Commonwealth eBooks

 

 Commonwealth eBook Collections

The Commonwealth eBook Collections program is brought to you by the Massachusetts Library System in partnership with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and participating libraries and is funded, in part, by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 * Hot Titles in Commonwealth eBook Collection. Search using the eBooks Catalog. 

 

 

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axis360: has fiction and nonfiction for all ages. Highlights of this collection include workbooks for academic tests and college guides; antiques and collectibles guides; and Spanish, French, and Italian language instruction.

Access: When you log into axis 360 you will be asked for your library card barcode and your PIN/password.

Need Help? axis360 Help Page features mobile app FAQ, getting started with Desktop Reader, how to retrieve your pin and device compatibility.

 

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Biblioboard: Find primary sources, historical documents, images, video and so much more from the collection at Biblioboard.

Access: To access BiblioBoard, create your own account. After you create a username and password, you can then access BiblioBoard from any computer using your personal login information. iPad, Android and Kindle Fire apps are available.

Need Help? Biblioboard Help Page has answer to all Biblioboard questions like how to  change account passwords, browser support, how to download books on iPad etc…

EBL

 

 

 

 

EBL: Check out more than 150,000 academic and popular titles through EBL.

Access: EBL log-in accounts can only be created from inside the library. Stop by the Reference desk on the 3rd floor of President’s Place, Rm#347 for help. After initial set up, EBL can be accessed at any computer.

Need Help? EBL libguide by Proquest has information on accession eBooks through EBL as well as, but not limited to information on how to search and download on mobile devices.  

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OverDrive Read: read eBooks right in your browser with a single click—no software or downloads required. It is a browser-based eBook reader that works on most computers, tablets, and mobile devices running up-to-date web browsers. OverDrive Read is available for most eBooks from your digital library.

Access: Sign in with your library card barcode number and PIN/password.

Need Help?: Go to the OverDrive Help Page. There you will find information on Getting Started with OverDrive, How to borrow, read, and return eBooks, OverDrive App and Troubleshooting.

Reminder: All Students and Faculty should use their MyQC Portal login information to access library resources remotely.