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Answered By: Sarah Johnson Last Updated: Aug 04, 2017 Views: 63
In the Taylor & Francis eBooks database, Concordia has access to Routledge ebooks that have a copyright date of 2013 and later.
The easiest way to narrow your results to these ebooks is after you've searched for an ebook.
- Go to Taylor & Francis eBooks: http://libguides.cu-portland.edu/tandfebooks
- Enter your search words in the search box
- Under Filter My Results, check the box for "Full access content only"
- The search will automatically update to only show the books that Concordia University Libraries subscribes to
eBooks that are fully available online will have a blue "Access book" button. Unavailable books will have a grey "Access book" button.
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