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Help with finding and using e-Books from Library Services

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Young man in a cap sitting in front of a computer screen
Accessing resources online Photo credit Ana Escobar Chelsea Library 2018
Written by
Deborah Roland
Published date
07 May 2020

If you’re new to using e-Books now that you can’t come in to our library spaces, please take a look at our e-Books guide. It’s full of useful information about how to find them, how to use the different services which provide them and how to download or read e-Books online.

We showcase some of them via the featured e-Books tab and the current selection are all about well-being. There are also links to e-Books which are freely available in the public domain and some academic texts which are temporarily free due to COVID 19.

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