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Open Access eBooks
The below websites provide ebooks for free, so a login is not required. Many of the ebooks provided are in the public domain and published before 1923.
Hathi Trust Digital Library
Millions of digitized books from around the world are available here in full text. Most published before 1925.These books are included when searching in the library's catalog, WorldCat.
The Internet Archive includes texts, audio files, and film, in addition to many 19th-century books. Ebooks are provided in an easy-to-read format.
Provides resources on Christian missions from the 1st-century onward. Includes 1,000 digitized books from Redcliffe College Library and 500 books from Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide. Use the menu on left to browse.
Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks, including many books in the public domain.
To limit your search to ebooks, after typing in a search term, click on eBook under Item Format on the left. You will be prompted to enter your PLNU login.
Though the library building is closed, you can still borrow print books. If you're local and would like to borrow a book and can pick it up at the library or if you do not live in San Diego County and would like a library book mailed to you, email Robin Lang at firstname.lastname@example.org with the book's title, author, it's call number, and your address. You are responsible for mailing the book back to the library before its due date.