Edinburgh Napier University Library has a huge collection of ebooks available through LibrarySearch.
The best place to search for ebooks is LibrarySearch. If you need to sign in, you'll be prompted to do so. You can search:
- By title e.g. "Tourism ethics".
- By keyword e.g. "ebooks tourism". Including "ebooks" in your search means you should only get online books.
Guides to ebook suppliers
The Library currently has ebooks from eighteen different suppliers. As ebook functionality is not standardised, this varies considerably across the different platforms. It'll be clear which platform you're using once you link to the book. For tips on using each of them, download the complete guide or click on the individual supplier or video below.
For more help with ebook access, email email@example.com.
|Credo Reference||See help video|
|CUP||See help video|
|Ebook Central||See help video|
|eBook Collection (was NetLibrary)||See help video|
|eLibraryPlus (Cambria)||See help video|
|Elsevier||See help video|
|IGI Global||See help video|
|Ovid (Nursing)||See help video|
|Project Muse||See help video|
|Safari (Computing)||See help video|
|Sage||See help video|
|Springer (now includes titles previously on the Palgrave platform)||See help video|
|Taylor and Francis||See help video|
|Thomas Telford (ICE Virtual Library)||See help video|
|University Scholarship Online|
|VLebooks||See help video|
|Wiley IEEE (Engineering)|
Complete guide to all suppliers (PDF)
Can I download one of the Library's ebooks to my Kindle or to another ebook reader?
Unfortunately, downloading some suppliers' ebooks to ebook readers is not possible for other technical or copyright reasons.
What's the difference between reading online and downloading?
Downloading means saving an ebook to a device, such as a laptop, pc, smartphone or ebook reader. An internet connection is not needed to read the title once downloaded.
Please note that some of the Library's ebook suppliers do not allow ebooks to be downloaded and some others require software or apps to be downloaded. In some cases this means that ebooks cannot be downloaded to University pcs. For more details, please click on the relevant suppliers above.