The NetLibrary platform is no more, but all ebooks should have moved to the new EBSCOhost eBook Collection platform. Currently, all URLs and links are re-routing. So, access seems to be ok but the look will be new. Let us know if you run into problems.

Any personal accounts that had been created on NetLibrary will NOT be migtrated. You need to create a new EBSCO personal account, if you want one. To do that, go to this page and click on “Sign In” (top line) then follow these instructions.

Currently, UBC Library only has the ability to read ebooks online in the EBSCO Viewer and print pages (limits vary with publisher). The downloading features are not active, yet.

[The] Native American Archives collection provides more than 1.8 million pages of original historical documents pertaining to Native American history and life from the 18th through the 20th century. The collection is made possible in collaboration with the National Archives and Allen County Library.” –EBSCOHost

Documents include treaties, census, photos and more.

If you are clinging to a retro version of IE, time to move on.

EbscoHost databases (and we subscribe to a lot) now require Internet Explorer 7 or later. You can download the latest version (Internet Explorer 8) for free HERE.

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*UPDATE* The links are now working for both the A-Z list and the eLink.

Feels almost like déjà vu all over again. MEDLINE with Full Text is displaying an error page when you try to link in from our A-Z list or via our UBC eLink button button (previous problem was a blank page). The authorities have been contacted. Meanwhile, it’s not a total washout. When you land on the MEDLINE page, you can always click “Publications” (upper left) and browse/search your title there. Stay tuned

*UPDATE* - Links working now.
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Somewhere, someone altered all the internal journal IDs for the MEDLINE with Full Text titles (not us, honest!). As a result, links from our ejournal A-Z list and our eLink button go to a mostly blank Ebsco Host page.
If you click on “Publications” in the upper left of that page, you can re-search your journal there. A pain, yes, but we are working to resolve it. Stay tuned.

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