Answered By: Kerstin Treder Last Updated: 01 Oct, 2015 Views: 26
We do try to get e-book versions of items on Module Reading Lists, particularly if we are aware that the module has distance learning students. Unfortunately, we are restricted in which e-books we can buy by the publishers, who do not make every book available to libraries as an e-book. This is often true even where the publishers have made an e-book available for individuals to purchase.
If there are specific titles that you would be particularly keen to see as e-books, then please e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org with the details, including which reading list the book is on, and we will double check for you. We can also contact the module tutor to discuss with them options for alternative resources which are also available electronically/online.
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