Some E-book providers in Humanities & Social Sciences
ACLS Humanities E-Book Project (American Council of Learned Societies)
Alexander Street Press Collection (History, Drama, Film, Women’s Studies): Some text and includes video
Books@Ovid (Nursing & Health Sciences)
Canadian Electronic Collection (through Ebrary): Three collections: Canadian Public Policy, Canadian Publishers, Canadian Health Policy
CogNet: Psychology & Neurosciences
EEBO – (Early English Books Online)
Eighteenth Century Collections Online: Multidisciplinary: Diverse collection of material for the researcher of the 18th century. The time period covered is from 1701 – 1800.
Ebrary – Aggregator (many publishers and more will be included as we move towards the OCUL platform: ISIS): Will allow chapter downloads as per publisher stipulations.
Literarture Online (Links to full-text not working); Literature, Poetry, Reference
MyiLibrary (Aggregator): Multidisciplinary.
Net Library: Subject areas include business, computer science, economics, education, humanities, information technology, literature, psychology, the sciences, the social sciences and much more.
Oxford Scholarship Online: Multidisciplinary.
SourceOECD: SourceOECD provides full-text access to books, working papers, periodicals, reference works, and OECD statistical databases. Topics range from education and employment to governance, health, industry and science.
Some important papers:
Ebooks licensing and Canadian copyright legislation: a few considerations: Tony Horava — Collection and Information Resources Coordinator University of Ottawa
Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, vol. 4, no. 1 (2009)
NRC-CISTI and MyiLibrary launch new eBook Loans service (2007) Link to MyiLibrary eBook Loans not evident from this page: http://cat.cisti-icist.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/search
eBook Loans: an e-twist on a classic interlending service Interlending & Document Supply Year:2008 Volume: 36 Issue: 2 Page: 105 – 115 — CISTI Presentation & Paper (2007)
Key factors for consortial success: realizing a shared vision for interlibrary loan in a consortium of Canadian libraries: Interlending & Document Supply 37/1 (2009) 11-19