Electronic Book Collections
ACLS Humanities E-Book
Search here for e-books by keyword or author. You can also browse by title, author, or subject.
Credo brings together information from 100+ reference sources. You can search everything in the Credo library, search only a specific subject, or search within a single reference source.
EBSCO eBooks Academic Collection
This collection of e-books includes approximately 150,000 titles in all academic subject areas. Search by title or author for specific books, or search by subject or keyword to find books on a specific topic. All of the e-books in this collection are available in full text.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
This collection of ebooks offers reference titles in the subjects of business, education, environment, history, law, library science, medicine, nation and world, religion, science, social science, and technology.
Oxford Handbooks Online - Business
A collection of Business & Management eBooks, covering the main themes of the subjects.
Oxford Handbooks Online - Criminology
A collection of Criminology and Criminal Justice eBooks, covering the main themes of the subjects.
Oxford Handbooks Online - Religion
A collection of eBooks about Religion, covering the main themes of the subjects.
ProQuest Ebook Central
A collection of over 300 eBooks specifically acquired to support subjects taught at Cabrini University.
The Reference Shelf is the online collection of reference materials that Cabrini University owns from Salem Press and Grey House Publishing. The subjects included in this collection are History, Science, and Literature.
RKMA Market Research Reports
A link to the entire list of recent reports for business and marketing in the Research Handbook Series.
Electronic Book Websites
Classic Reader is an online library of freely accessible, full-text books in the following genres: fiction, non-fiction, young readers, poetry, short stories, drama, and classical.
International Children’s Digital Library: A Library for the World’s Children
A joint project of the University of Maryland and the Internet Archive, ICDL provides full text (and picture!) access to over 10,000 children’s books in 54 languages appealing to readers aged 3 to 13. The books are searchable and browsable and the site offers a teacher training manual that details the many ways that ICDL can be used in a classroom setting. Registration is not required, but it allows you to save searches, create a bookshelf, and set a default language.
LibriVox aims to “make all public domain books available as free audio books.” The collection of audio books is searchable, and includes fiction, non-fiction, poetry and dramatic works. The audiobooks are available in downloadable files; individual chapters are available in mp3 or ogg format and ZIP files of complete books are often provided.
Project Gutenberg provides access to thousands of digitized books whose copyright has expired. These books are downloadable, and the website provides instructions or links to instructions for how to download these e-books to your computer, a variety of eReaders, or Smart Phone.