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PSC 390: Civil Rights and Justice: Using E-Books

A history of the Civil Rights Movement in the South from 1954-1965 and an exploration of judicial processes and courts.

Tablets and Ereaders

Tablets and ereader

Login

Your login for Marx Library and Biomedical Library is  your J Number and your password is the same as your jagmail password.

The login screen you get should look like this:

New Remote Access Login Screen

NOTE: Health Systems Employees and Clinical Adjunct Faculty see Accessing Reources from Off Campus for information on your logins.

Unshelved

Unahelved

Used by permission of the copyright holders. For more library laughs see Unshelved.

Ebook Collections Owned by the University Libraries

Not all ebook collections are compatible with any or all readers. I've noted under the device which collections it can be used for.

For information on ebook collections owned by the Biomedical Library see their E-Readers and E-Books page at http://biomedicallibrary.southalabama.edu/library/?q=ereaders

For popular fiction ebook titles, check the Mobile Public Library's ebook services: http://www.mplonline.org/ebooks.htm

Compatible Devices

  1. Kindle
  2. Nook
  3. Sony E-Reader
  4. Kobo
  5. iPad, iPhone
  6. Android phones

Not every device is compatible with every ebook collection. Ebook collections that work with a particular device are listed on that device's page.