We subscribe to dozens of ebook packages, giving you access to millions of titles online. See a list of all of our ebook collections.
The number of simultaneous users varies for individual ebooks. We buy unlimited-user access whenever possible, but certain ebooks may not allow enough simultaneous users to work well in courses. Please contact your librarian if you have questions about a specific title, especially for course use.
If you're a student, check your student booklist on the UA BookStores' website (see "How do I access my booklist?" under Textbook FAQ). For each textbook, select Check UA Library for ebook ». You can also look in the Library Tools on your D2L Brightspace course sites. Course ebooks will be featured in the upper right corner.
If you're an instructor and you submit your required course materials through the UA BookStores' textbook adoption process on time, the library automatically checks for an unlimited-user ebook version of your required textbook(s). We buy these whenever they're available.
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home to the O’odham and the Yaqui. Committed to diversity and inclusion, the University strives to build sustainable relationships with sovereign Native Nations and Indigenous
communities through education offerings, partnerships, and community service