Accessing eBooks @ Milne

 

Did you know you have access to a collection of over 36,000 ebooks through Milne Library?  Finding them is easy!

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s how:

Step 1. Search for the topic or book title you need in our IDS Search.  From the results page, select “ebooks.”

Step 2.  Click on the title of the book you wish to access.

Step 3. Click on the “weblink” provided.

In addition to the ebooks purchased by Milne Library, you can access millions of ebooks on the web from sources like Google Books, Project Gutenberg, and HathiTrust.  Find out how more on our library guide for finding ebooks.

Can I access my course texts for free?

image of a stack of textbooksWelcome back students!  We hope that you had a great summer and are looking forward to a very productive year.  We are so happy you’re back on campus.

With each new semester come new options for accessing your required course readings.  This academic year does not prove to be any different.

To find out if Milne Library can access your required readings for free (or low cost), see Milne Library’s guide to textbooks.

New Films at Milne

Did you know that Milne Library has a collection of popular and hard to find dvds and videos? Want to see Crash or read a positive or
negative review of it? How about Brokeback Mountain, Rent, or Frieda? Milne Library also subscribes to a number of journals about Film Studies including Film Comment, Film and History and Film Literature Index Online.

To Browse feature films in our collection by go to GLOCAT, do a Subject Keywords search and type in feature films. To browse foreign films, follow the above actions but search for foreign films as Subject Keywords. You can also browse the PN1997 section upstairs to find new and classic films.

The New Books List lists titles of new or soon-to-be-aquired films.

Father, Son and Holy War (vhs) is on the new books display and is by Anand Patwardhan. In his film, Patwardhan explores the relationship between notions of masculinity and violence. If you’ve seen it, or any of the films in our collection and have something to say about them, just click the comments link below and let us know what you think.