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You don't need a backpack for these books!

Beginning this Monday, the library will be able to make a huge selection of e-books (that's a short-cut term for books you can read online) available to the Saint Mary’s research community.

We've just acquired access to significant and diverse online databases of primary documents, books and journals, in both English and French (there's even a database of streaming video productions to watch-mostly classic plays on film). These 1000’s of publications cover subjects ranging from Chinese culture and British and Canadian history to Gender, Theatre and Slavery.

So, of course, these great books (I mean e-books) are available to you. Just go to the library's journal articles & databases page and look for the ones with the little "new" icon in front of them.
We think students and faculty will get a great deal of use out of these new additions to our growing database roster.

They're pretty easy to figure out, but if you need some help or want more information, ju…