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* Dietetics Resources: E-books

This guide is a starting point for research in the field of Dietetics Resources include database recommendations, reference selections, catalog search tips, and internet resources.

Finding AU Ebooks

You can find many E-books with OneSearch or within the AU Library catalog.   You can also search individual E-book collections.  

ACLS Humanities E-Books (focus on history, humanities)
Gale Virtual Reference Library (includes encyclopedias)
Oxford Scholarship Online (includes Public Health & Epidemiology)
Safari Books Online (technology, digital media, and business) 
SpringerLink (includes medicine & public health)
 Wiley Online Books (all topics)

Searching for E-Books

Most AU E-books are listed in the AU Library Catalog but not in the OhioLINK Catalog.  You can also use the AU Library OneSearch to find E-books, or you can search individual E-book collections (listed to the left).

To find available electronic books in OneSearch, start with a keyword search using the OneSearch box on the Library home page.   


Type in your search

find articles, books, media and more


Library Resources: Catalog | Databases | Journal Finder | Library Guides | OhioLINK


On the next page of results, use the left sidebar to Refine Search.

 Go to Source Type.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    


















If you don't see eBooks listed as a Source Type, click on Show More.

Check off eBooks and then click Update.

The list of results will include AU Library E-books, OhioLINK E-books, and a few other electronic publications such as government documents.

 Look for a link that reads eBook Full Text or Connect to resource.   You will need to log in if you have not already done so.