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Finding Ebooks

Your complete guide to finding and using eBooks at Belk Library

Project Muse eBooks

Project MUSE offers full-text humanities and social science scholarly content. All content is available to unlimited simultaneous users so lends itself well to class reading assignments and textbook use.

Project MUSE books may be included in Moodle course reserves only through a link to the book. All content level URLs in MUSE are stable URLs.

Using Project Muse eBooks

  • Access: from the Project Muse database
  • Download to PC: Yes, by chapter
  • Download to eReader: Yes, as a PDF document
  • Download to handheld? Yes (download or transfer from PC); Project MUSE can be accessed on mobile devices with a web browser, such as the iPhone, iPad, or Android; not compatible with the Kindle.
  • Printing?: Yes, chapter at a time, once downloaded
  • PDF: Yes
  • Max Simultaneous Users: Unlimited; no checkout necessary.
  • User Account Required: No. Anyone can create a Project MUSE user name and account. This account will allow you to save items you find in your searches to your personal library, reference past searches, and view past items you have viewed.
  • Digital Rights Management: None