What are these choices?
The high school collection contains approximately 10,000 books and the academic collection contains approximately 170,000 books including publications from many university presses and academic publishers. Simultaneous access is allowed. The username and password for this trial can be obtained from someone on the library staff.
The HMHS library has purchased several ebooks which can be found and read through the library catalog. Follett Shelf is a component of the library catalog that allows a user to browse only the library’s ebooks rather than conducting a search in the catalog. The Destiny Discover app is needed to view these ebooks on a mobile device
Both the HMHS Library and Haddonfield Public Library have purchased reference books in digital format from the following publishers: Salem, Infobase/Facts on File, WorldBook, and Gale. Go to this webpage and look for the links to these publishers.
Free eBooks from the public domain. Over 45,000 ebooks that can be downloaded in standard formats or read online.
Click here to search Google Books. Google allows users to search the text of books it has collected through their Partner Program and their Library Project. If books identified by your search are in the public domain (i.e. out of copyright), you can view and download the entire book. If not in the public domain, the author or publisher may have granted permission for users to view either the entire or a limited preview of the book. If permissions are not granted, standard bibliographical information is presented frequently showing where your search terms appear in the text of the book.