Resources - e-Books Collections

Taylor’s Library offers a large collection of downloadable eBooks to support almost all subject areas. Functions such as Bookshelf, Highlights and Notations help you to manage and effectively use the eBooks.

Library holds following e-books collection:
e-Books CollectionsDescriptions
1.British Pharmacopoeia 2017 The British Pharmacopoeia (BP) is the official collection of standards for UK medicinal products and pharmaceutical substances. Produced by the British Pharmacopoeia Commission Secretariat of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, the BP makes a valuable contribution to public health by setting publicly available standards for the quality of medicines.
2.EbraryInteractive eBook database that covers all academic subject areas. The collection currently includes more than 151,000 books from more than 220 of the world's leading academic publishers.
3.EBSCO eBook Academic CollectionThis growing subscription collection consists of more than 150,000 e-books from leading publishers and university presses around the world, offering a wide selection of multidisciplinary e-books and representing a broad range of academic subject matter. A strong complement to any academic collection, the breadth of information available from this package ensures that users will have access to relevant information for all of their research needs.
4.EBSCO eBook Business CollectionThis collection offers more than 16,000 business e-books selected to assist students and scholars with various business research, special project and entrepreneurial needs. A key resource for academic and business school libraries, eBook Business Collection encompasses a variety of topics, such as marketing, finance, supply chain management and entrepreneurship.
5.EBSCO eBook Clinical CollectionProviding access to the latest medical information, this regularly updated subscription collection of more than 2,900 titles features hand-selected, quality content focusing on medical specialties, nursing, allied health and general practice areas. A strong addition to any medical collection, the information available from this package supplies medical professionals and students with the support they need both in the classroom and at the point of care.
6.IET eBookThe IET eBooks Collection covers all titles published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) or the formerly Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) between since 1979. This invaluable resource covers subject areas such as electrical and electronic engineering, control and production engineering, telecommunications, computing & IT, power, control, radar, circuits, energy etc.
7.iG Library(98 titles) RIBA- Royal Institute of British Architects publications

(9 titles) HART Publishing -print, including journals, textbooks, scholarly monographs and works for practitioners, the list spans the entirety of legal scholarship.

(64 titles) Hotel Management & Tourism Collection:Global Media Publication.

In addition to above titles, iG Library offers institutions & libraries a rich selection of iG Publishing’s front and back list titles from various subjects ranging from Humanities & Social Science, Medical & Health Science, Business & Management, Computing, Engineering, Law to University Presses. Please enjoy the full access to over 80,000 back list titles.
8.Springer MyCollection Springer MyCollection provides wide ranges of around 11806 e-book titles published between 2015-2017 across Biomedical & Life Science, Chemistry & Materials Science, Computer Science, Medicine, Business & Management and Social Sciences subjects.
9.Wiley eBook Collection Wiley Digital Textbook containing leading Education, Professional Learning and Research textbooks, currently Taylor’s University subscripted to 78 titles of Wiley e-book titles in Health & Medical Science, Life & Earth Science, Social Science & Psychology, Business, Finance & Accounting, Humanities and Hospitality & Culinary.
10.EBL Ebook Library
 
EBL provides you access to a wide range of recently published e-book titles. You may browse for a title for up to five minutes after which a Request Form will ask if you would like the title to be purchased. Please note all purchase requests will be processed in accordance with the Library's Collection Development policy and the Library reserves the right to accept or reject any request.