Routledge Religion Online

This resource has been discontinued by Taylor & Francis and the replacement is access to a specific set of e-book titles that were accessible via Routledge Relgion Online.


Provides the complete text of many significant McGraw-Hill medical textbooks in areas such as cardiology, family medicine, gynecology, internal medicine, microbiology, obstetrics, pharmacology, physiology, surgery, diagnosis and treatment and much more. Similar to Stat!Ref but contains books not included in Stat!Ref. Useful for residents, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physicians and healthcare students. Searchable and easily browsed. Entire chapters can be printed.

IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Browse Books & Ebooks

Hundreds of ebooks of technical titles. The ebooks collection spans numerous content areas, including Bioengineering, Power & Energy, and Communication technologies, among other growing areas of research.

The Coptic Gnostic Library Online

A Complete Edition of the Nag Hammadi Codices, the Coptic Gnostic Library Online continues where the Dead Sea Scrolls left off. Note: In order to view the contents, we highly recommend you install the Unicode font Antinoou, which can be found here: http://www.moheb.de/unicode_coptic_fonts.html

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Trial expires: Sunday, July 01, 2012

Cambridge Companions to Music

This collection offers comprehensive and accessible essays on composers, instruments or musical topics.

EBSCOhost eBook Collection

This resource was available in a preview mode and is now fully integrated within the EBSCOhost search interface.

ACLS Humanities E-book

This resource was on trial and has now been acquired by the Baylor Libraries.

ACLS Humanities E-book

Provided by the American Council of Learned Societies, ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is a collaboration among 20 learned societies, over 100 publishers, and librarians at the University of Michigan’s Scholarly Publishing Office. The result is an online, fully searchable collection of high-quality books in the humanities, recommended and reviewed by scholars and featuring unlimited, multi-user access. More details are available in this brochure.

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Trial expires: Wednesday, June 15, 2011

EBSCOhost eBook Collection (Preview)

Last year, the NetLibrary e-book service was obtained by EBSCOhost. EBSCOhost is in the process of moving the NetLibrary books from the NetLibrary platform, into the EBSCOhost platform, and adding more functionality through that platform. This is preview access to this new NetLibrary interface.

Some notes about the use of this preview:

  • Any changes to Baylor’s current netLibrary collection will not be reflected within the preview environment.
  • To make use of the personalization options available, you have to create a new and unique account in the EBSCOhost eBook Collection during the preview period. Information stored, including username, password and eBook information, will be deleted once the preview ends (around June 15, 2011).
  • Activity in this preview environment will not impact/affect our current live NetLibrary account, e.g., checkouts in the preview environment will not count as checkouts in the live NetLibrary environment.

Trial expires: Thursday, July 31, 2011

19th Century Women Poets Collection

This digital collection of books located in the Armstrong Browning Library features works created between the late 1700s and the 1910s.  The collection embraces a range of styles, from simple statements to effusive eulogies. Topics covered include religious themes, ancient Greek and Roman myth, daily life, romance, motherhood, and local and national history. Infant mortality, an ever-present specter in the lives of 19th century women, is a recurring theme addressed in almost every title in the collection.

The collection also features works from the Browning family’s personal collection. These books feature inscriptions addressed to Robert (the “Guild Master”), Elizabeth and their son Pen, and are among the most prized acquisitions of the Armstrong Browning Library.

Prominent authoresses whose works appear in the collection include Eliza Cook, George Eliot, Dora Greenwell, Felicia Hemans, Jean Ingelow, Caroline Norton, Christina Rossetti, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

The full text of all of these works is fully searchable and the original volumes can be found in the Armstrong Browning Library.

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