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eBooks

Criss Library has over 1 million ebooks! You can search for them in the library catalog. They can be read online or downloaded to your device.

Detailed instructions for using E-Books are available at the link below.

Types of Resources the Library Offers

  • Books
    • Offer a comprehensive view, an historic view, or background information on a topic
    • Not held to the fact-checking standards of scholarly or journalistic writing
  • Government Documents
    • An item published under the authority of a governmental agency
    • Can be considered a primary source material
    • Can be produced at local, state, and federal government levels
  • Journals
    • Also known as scholarly, research, peer-reviewed, or refereed journals
    • Contain fewer advertisements than popular magazines
    • Articles tend to be lengthy (7 - 10 pages or more)
    • Written by the person(s) conducting the research
    • Articles have been evaluated by an editorial board of other experts before going to print
    • Sources of information are indicated by endnotes, footnotes, or a bibliography
    • May contain charts, graphs, or tables
    • Published monthly or quarterly
  • Magazines
    • Popular magazines designed to appeal to a broad audience.
    • Usually printed on glossy paper and contains many advertisements.
    • May include opinion or current events.
    • Articles are usually 5 pages or less.
    • Usually does not include bibliographies.
    • Published very frequently.
  • Newspapers
    • Provides most current information as published daily or weekly.
    • Not considered scholarly
      • Writing is intended to communicate news
    • May be considered a primary source
      • If the events are recorded at the time they occur
    • Short, concise information presented in order of importance
  • Statistics
    • Numerical data
    • May be raw or analyzed (interpreted numbers)

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