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Other Resources for Ebooks and Audio
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Additional eBooks
free ebooks
Over 34,000 copyright-free Classics that never expire and don’t count against your library checkout limit. Easily accessible via the CLAMS Digital Download site, powered by OverDrive. Not available for Kindle. Kindle users, go directly to Project Gutenberg.


Additional resources available on the Internet
“Public Domain” means the texts are no longer copyrighted in the United States.
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Free public domain e-Book resources
Note: most of these are not good for current bestsellers.

Project Gutenberg dedicated to providing as many free Public Domain texts as possible in electronic format.
Library of Congress Digital Books 
Google Books (beta)
University of Virginia Online Library – good for foreign language material 
Making of America (Univ. of Michigan & Cornell) – 
Primary resources, U.S. History 
Perseus Digital Library (Tufts Univ.)
The On-Line Books Page (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
Harvard University Open Collections Program
Combined Arms Research Library (CARL) Digital Library
University of Illinois
(allows free access to its collection of award-winning books on history)
Open Library (variety of formats, including ePub and Kindle)
Even more free eBooks


Free Audiobooks
Note: most of these are not good for current bestsellers.

LibriVox
Project Gutenberg Audio Books project
The Internet Archive
Verkaro
Audio Books for Free
Open Culture
Books should be free
Learn out loud