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Ebooks at Lewis & Clark Law School

Using this Guide

Ebook between print books

Ebooks are an important and growing component of Boley Law Library's collection. Many ebooks can be found using the library catalog, Primo.  Some ebooks require specialized software to use, while others are more straightforward. If you have questions about accessing, using, or printing ebooks, contact a reference librarian for help, and check out our FAQ below for more information. 

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Ebooks FAQ 

   Printing Limits Downloadable?
Early English Books Online None Yes
Ebook Central (ProQuest) Depends on publisher Yes, requires Adobe Digital Editions
ebook Collection (EBSCO) Depends on publisher; tied to user's login Yes, must log in to My EBSCOhost first
Gale Virtual Reference Library 1 chapter at a time Yes
HeinOnline 200 pages max at a time Yes
International Encyclopaedia of Laws 1 chapter at a time Yes
Making of Modern Law, Legal Treatises 250 pages max at a time Yes, 250 pages max at a time
Oregon BarBooks None Yes
Oxford Handbooks Online 1 chapter per book Yes, 1 chapter per book
ProView (Thomson Reuters) None Yes

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