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This search finds only the electronic books in the EMU Library.
Permanent links provided in Esearch already include EZproxy information. Just select the Permanent Link next to the book title in the search results, and copy the URL:
The EMU Library has only a small collection of Cambridge e-books. If you are searching for e-books on a topic it's usually better to use the Esearch box above which searches all of the library's e-books.
One of the few reasons to search the Cambridge collection directly is to find a very recently acquired book that has not yet been cataloged. You can also view the list of the Cambridge e-books that EMU has acquired at this site.
To create a stable direct link to a Cambridge e-book that will work from off campus, use the e-book's DOI to create a link using the tool below this box.
A DOI - digital object identifier - is a standard method of referring to online publications, often articles. DOIs are persistent references that will always point to a particular resource, even if the publisher's web address has changed.