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Catalog records for eBooks appear in Quicksearch, both in the Basic Search of Books+ and in the Advanced Search. These links have already been set to retrieve eBooks.
From a new search, click in the left box on the Books format, and the Online format to limit to eBooks.
EBooks also show up in Articles+, and links may appear in other databases as well. The link at left has been set to retrieve eBooks.
When you are filtering a set in Quicksearch Articles+, remove the limit for Journal Articles (look above the list of results and click on the X) as well as for Scholarly Publications (includes Peer-Reviewed) (uncheck the box at left).
When starting from the results of a Quicksearch search, you must click on the Articles+ link on the left, or the View and filter link next to Articles+ to remove these defaults.
Then look in the Content Type facets on the left to see the Book / eBook limit. Also limit to Online only.
Request books from the combined catalogs of Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, Penn, Brown, University of Chicago, and MIT within four business days. It can be used to obtain items that are currently unavailable for checkout at Yale, not held by the Yale library, or on course reserve. The service, open exclusively to Yale students, faculty, and staff, can be used to request up to five volumes from a multivolume work, or any available printed books or musical scores deemed eligible by the lending library.
Catalogs beyond Yale
If you have not used Interlibrary Loan or Borrow Direct before, see Get It @ Yale.