Welcome to Identifying Discourse's E.B.L-Electronic Books Library Page

Here you will find information and links to helpful online E-book libraries

Guttenberg Press

Academic books, history books and other research material.
Stanford University

Serious researchers need online access to academic articles. At Stanford University’s High Wire, they will find over two million free, full text articles from top journals.


Smithsonian Libraries Digital Libraries

One of the web’s best kept secrets is the Smithsonian’s Digital Library. Serious researchers and curious students alike can browse digital editions, fact sheets, artist files, webcasts, bibliographies and online exhibitions gleaned from the Smithsonian Institution’s vast collections.

Internet Archive

The most extensive free online library is the Internet Archive. Boasting over three million texts and over a million (each) of video and audio recordings, the Internet Archive offers a wealth of free information, including the largest repository of archived web pages, going back to 1996, through its Way Back Machine.

Internet Archive- Wayback Machine

The most extensive free online library is the Internet Archive. Boasting over three million texts and over a million (each) of video and audio recordings, the Internet Archive offers a wealth of free information, including the largest repository of archived web pages, going back to 1996, through its Way Back Machine.


New York Public Library

Local public libraries are increasingly putting parts of their collections online. Members of the New York Public Library can find over 700,000 digitized images, online exhibitions and digital projects.



California Learning Resource Network


flatWorld Knowledge eBooks

World Digital Library

http://www.wdl.org/en/
Kobobooks

At kobo, lovers of the classics can find and download some of the greatest books in the English language including Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.




The Electronic Literature Foundation

A number of classics are available for free from the Electronic Literature Foundation (ELF). Literature lovers can read such great works as Paradise Lost by John Milton and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin.





Bartelby

Great reference works, as well as historical and scientific texts are available for free online from Bartleby. Peruse Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams, Martin Luther’s The Ninety-Five Theses and Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body.




Europeana Library

Researchers and casual surfers enjoy exploring European culture with europeana. With a focus on fine arts and history, europeana boasts books, objects, records and recordings from across the European Union.


World Public Library

Global Memory Net