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  1. Engineering and Computing Science full-text e-books from Morgan & Claypool.
  2. Science, medical and social science e-books and journals.
  3. Access to IEEE Wiley and MIT Press E-books on the IEEE Xplore platform.
  4. Online access to Foundations and Trends E-books.
  5. Access to e-books from SPIE.

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  1. A collection of e-books from the CRC press covering the biological sciences.
    2017-11-07. Effective November 11, 2017 all CRC Press e-books have migrated to the new Taylor & Francis eBooks website, a single destination for libraries to access and discover eBooks from across all Taylor & Francis imprints.

    Users may go to the list of broad subject categories at the bottom of the landing page to browse titles by subject and use the filters to select "Show content I have access to".

  2. Biomedical and Life Sciences full-text e-books from Morgan & Claypool.
  3. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Materials Science
  4. A collection of over 1000 online volumes from this core series in computing science.
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