The ABC-CLIO E-book Collection is a collection of complete all searchable by keyword, subject, author, title, or any Boolean search method. It includes the series Daily Life Through History, Critical Companions to Popular Contemporary Authors, Historic Events of the 20th Century, Literature in Context, as well as American Slavery: A Composite Autobiography.
eBooks Collection by EBSCO offers easy access to the full text of more than 22,000 reference, scholarly, and professional full-text books online.
ebrary Academic and Public Library Complete is a collection of 27,000+ ebooks in topics such as literature and poetry, career information, arts and leisure (art, cooking, photography, crafts, television & film, music, sports, travel), practical life skills (home repair, parenting, personal finance, pets, and real estate), personal health, school and studying, and children’s books.
Gale Virtual Reference Library provides respected authoritative essays on varied topics from numerous subject areas, all in E-Book reference title format.
Over 1,200 titles, including novels by popular North Carolina authors, popular and scholarly nonfiction, short fiction, and poetry, all published by eight North Carolina publishers: Algonquin Books, Crossroad Press, Gryphon House, Ingalls Publishing Group, John F. Blair Publishing, McFarland, Press 53, and UNC Press.
MyiLibrary is a searchable full-text collection of ebooks. It covers ebooks in various subject disciplines. MyiLibrary eBooks may be browsed online and 10% of a given text may be saved or printed. Due to licensing agreement, you may not download the entire ebook. In addition, the titles in MyiLibrary cannot be viewed by Kindle or Nook. The contents can be viewed by any PCs, iPad or other similar devices that support web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader. Searches can be made across many e-books or within a particular e-book. You may wish to sign up for a free account with MyiLibrary. With this account, you can save searches and bookmark titles for later use, as well as set up email alerts.
The Open Library NC Project is a collaboration between the Internet Archive and NC LIVE. Because of this collaboration, all of North Carolina has access to a large-scale shared downloadable eBook collection called the Open Library eBook Lending Collection. The eBooks in this collection are digital scans of books contributed by libraries around the country.