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You can also search the individual e-book databases to locate material that is not available in Library stock. If you find something of interest please contact your Information Specialist.
Ebook Central Ebook Central provides access to multi-disciplinary e-book titles including all titles that were previously on the ebrary, EBL and MyiLibrary platforms
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