eBooks at Brown Library
EBSCO eBook Collection
An online book collection, boasting over thousands of unique titles, the EBSCO eBook Collection is available free of charge to USF affiliates.
An open project with data from users throughout the country, Open Library boasts more than a million accessible ebooks, published from 1192 to the present.
One of the oldest online book collections, Project Gutenberg containts thousands of books in the public domain available to download, print and save for free.
Not to be confused with Project Gutenberg, this site contains monographs, as well as maps, images and oral histories all related to historical scholarship.
Project Euclid Monographs
A collection of searchable mathematics ebooks made available through Cornell University.
From the University of Virginia, Scholar's Lab contains over 10,000 online texts available to browse for free.
Google books has scanned millions of books, many of which are available in either limited view, allowing users to look at up to 20 pages of a book per session, or in full view, where the full text is available online. Print, download and save options are unavailable.
Turning the Page Books
A collection of rare books by the British Library arranged into themes for easy browsing.
Looking for something free to read? Check out the eBook Exchange on the Library's Blog, where USF Librarians review freely available ebooks.