Guides to important reference sources on specific topics.
The UT Libraries buy or lease e-books from a variety of vendors and publishers. Many e-books are subject to DRM restrictions on access and printing, depending on the license. The library does not control these restrictions. All locally available e-books are listed in our Library Catalog. You may not find both print and e-book formats for a particular book in the same keyword search. To make sure you see both versions if they exist, do a title-browse search. For more information see the Finding e-books page.
Search the full text of millions of books included in the Google Print project. This includes materials scanned from participating libraries, and some publisher-provided e-books. Full text of copyrighted books is not visible except in limited snippets. Search UT's Library Catalog to see if we have a print copy.
Over six million digitized titles, mainly from Google Books scanning projects, are hosted in this shared repository. Viewing full text of in-copyright titles is not allowed, but about a third are public domain titles, mostly from before 1923. Search UT's Library Catalog to see if we have a print copy.