e-Textbooks make life easier and your bag lighterPosted: May 3, 2016
Like many academic libraries around the world, Griffith Library is moving towards digital access to textbooks (e-textbooks).
We try to provide our students with an e-textbook where possible, so you can access textbooks at any time, from anywhere (because who doesn’t enjoy freedom like that?).
Let’s face it, nobody wants to lug around heavy, bulky textbooks. With e-textbooks, you can read them on your home computer, laptop, tablet or mobile device. No heavy lifting required! And if you want to read a print copy, you still can. Simply, print out the chapter you want.
Keen to find out if your textbook is available electronically? Search the Library Catalogue:
- Click Books (located above the Search Box)
- Select the Ebooks only checkbox
- Enter the title of your textbook
- Click Search
Your course readings may also be available electronically. To find them:
- Go to the Library Catalogue
- Click More (located above the Search Box)
- Click Course readings
- Enter your course code or course title
- Click Search
Studying science? Check out these brand new science e-textbooks:
|Griffith Course Codes||Title|
|1004ENG||MATLAB for Engineers, 4th edition/ Moore|
|1005ENG, 2311ENG||Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications/ Hambley|
|2104ENG||Construction Methods and Management, 8th edition/ Nunnally|
|3413ICT||Computer Security Principles and Practice, Global Edition/ Stallings|
|4154EDN, 7891ENV, 2021PSY, 2005EHR, 2004PSY||Organisational behaviour, 7th edition/ Robbins|
|4204ENG||Water and Wastewater technology, 7th edition/ Hammer|
|6601ENG, 1001NSC, 1016MSC, 1014MSC, 1975NRS, 2002BPS, 1506NRS, 3010MSC, 1006MSC||Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition/ Marieb|
|7001ENG||Practical Research, 10th edition/ Leedy|
|7404ICT||Electronic Commerce 2012 Global Edition/ Turban|
|7512ENG, 2307ENG||Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics, Pearson New International Edition/ Ulaby|
If you would like help researching for your assignments, book a Research and Referencing consultation with a Librarian.