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Autism/Asperger Syndrome: e-References

Using Summon to find e-References

Summon, our Web Scale Discovery software allows you to easily find content in e-Reference books. It does not cover ALL our e-Reference books, but new material is being added all the time

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Using the Catalog to find e-References

You can find electronic books and journals through our LIBRARY CATALOG.  You can quickly filter out only electronic resources by choosing to sort your results by Electronic Resources - as shown below:

You can put in your general topic - for example: education and also a word like encyclopedia or handbook or dictionary

e-Reference Books

Here are a number of the e-Reference sites you can use:

Britannica Online Encyclopaedia Britannica Online: Academic Edition

 

Credo Reference 

Credo Reference enables users to find authoritative answers fast. It features content from hundreds of reference books in a broad range of subjects.

Gale Virtual Reference Library 

Collection of searchable e-reference books.
Subject areas include Health, Business, Religion, Philosophy, Social Sciences, History, Art, Film etc. New titles are regularly added.

Oxford Reference Online 

brings together language and subject reference works from one of the world's biggest and most trusted reference publishers into a single cross-searchable resource.

Sage Knowledge

 SAGE eReference includes over 80 award-winning reference titles.