The Iwasaki Library has thousands of e-books available to you both on and off campus.

This guide will help you find and read e-books.

Use the arrows at the bottom of this guide box to navigate you through the steps to find and use an e-book!

Finding an eBook

First, do a search in the FLO catalog for your topic. I might search for "marketing."

Filter your results to e-resources only selecting "E-books and E-journals" from the blue box on the far right.

Note: you can get even more specific results by selecting the filter corresponding to your school, e.g. Emerson College.

Reading an eBook

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From the list of eBooks, select one to view the record.

It should look like this page: Art Chantry Speaks a Heretic's History of 20th Century Graphic Design

Some books are only available to individuals from certain schools, like this book: Encyclopedia of sports management and marketing

In the Holdings Information section near the bottom of the page, you should see a list of schools; select your school's name to open the book. You may be asked to sign in.

Reading an eBook

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From here you can read the book online, search the full-text, and download or print individual chapters.

If you are unable to read a book you think you have access to, contact your librarian.






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New England Conservatory

New England College of Optometry





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