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ELED 202 Technology in Education: Find Books

Recommended Book Databases

To access the following databases from off-campus, you will need to log in using your SU username and password:

EBSCO eBook Collection

SU has a collection of over 2,700 ebooks on the subject of Education that you may view HERE.

Recommended Guides

Eastern Shore Higher Education Center (ESHEC) Students

FOR ESHEC STUDENTS - You may borrow books from SU Libraries, and from any of the other University System of Maryland & Affiliated Institution (USMAI) library locations around the state.

After finding a book in our online catalog, simply place a book request for it through our INTERLIBRARY LOAN system and we will ship it to the Chesapeake College Learning Resource Center for you.

DIRECTIONS:
Follow the link above, then...
Open an 'Entire Book' form, then...
Enter the book title, author, and ISBN, then...
Copy and paste the following bold text in the NOTES field: I am a distance student. Please ship the book to the Chesapeake College Learning Resource Center.

You will receive an email when the book has shipped to the Learning Resource Center, where you may pick it up within 1-2 business days and return it when you are finished.

The checkout period is 28 business days and you may renew books through your LIBRARY ACCOUNT LOGIN.

For any questions, please contact Natasha Finnegan:
EMAIL: illoans@salisbury.edu
PHONE: 410-546-2642

EXTRA TIDBIT: For a complete list of resources & services for distance students, visit the DISTANCE LIBRARY SERVICES Guide.
EXTRA TIDBIT: With a current SU Gull Card, you may actually walk into any of the USMAI member libraries and check out any circulating books!

Book Search

Google Books Search

Google Books searches the full text of books and magazines that Google has scanned, converted to text, and stored in its digital library database. Many items are completely full text, while some are partly full text to adhere to Copyright restrictions.
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