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Energy Law and Policy Research: EBooks

Searching for Ebooks

The Library has thousands of ebooks listed in Julien, most available through a database called Ebrary. The collection includes many energy law books, and others, while not specific to the law, can help you understand the issues surrounding energy issues. There are a number of ways you can access ebooks. You can search for them in JULIEN, where you will find links to ebooks in Ebrary as well as books in Westlaw and Lexis. You can also go directly to the Ebrary database or to Westlaw or Lexis, to do full-text searching for ebooks. 

When searching JULIEN you can identify ebook titles by looking for this icon:    

Most books that are available through Ebrary can be checked out and downloaded for 14 days on most computers and devices, but not the Kindle, and require Adobe Digital Editions (free software).

To limit your search to ebooks in JULIEN:  

1)  Go to  Advanced Keyword Search.   2) Select "EBOOK" from the Material Type box    3) Enter your search terms    4) Click Submit

Ebooks can be found through the Julien Catalog

Ebooks can also be found by searching directly in the Ebrary Database