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Taylor and Francis

opens in a new windowTaylor and Francis ebooks have been given a revamp and will now allow you to download individual chapters, as well the entire book in PDF format. Watch the video below for more info. Please note: We’ve had reports of people experiencing problems using Taylor and Francis and Routledge ebooks when using older versions of the Safari browser on Macs. To resolve the issue, you should update your version of Safari or switch to another browser, such Chrome or Firefox. See below for links to help:

eBooks on EBSCOhost

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Want to read a book online?
Click on PDF Full text then use the arrows < > below the book cover image to move from page to page.

EBSCO ebooks save chapter as PDFWant to just download a chapter as a PDF?
Find the Table of Contents on the ebook’s introductory page and click on the link chapter you want. Once on the first page of the chapter you want, go to Save Pages and click. Then click the ‘This Section’ option before hitting the Save PDF button. The will download the chapter to your computer, which you can then print, if desired.


opens in a new windowPEPArchive – PEP Archive is the definitive source for psychoanalytic research. This database offers the full-text of The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, and more than 50 other classic psychoanalytic books. PEP (Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing) publishes this archive, updating it annually.


opens in a new windowPsycBOOKS – a full-text database of more than 2000 scholarly books (more than 32,000 chapters), including close to 1,500 classic books of landmark historical impact in psychology dating from the 1600s and the exclusive electronic release of more than 1,500 authored entries from the APA/Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Psychology.


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