Whole books, revised books and chapter books

Did you know that you could read books online through Universities libraries. Have a look at some of them accessible from Campus UNED:

Thomas, Michael Ed. (2008) Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning, Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global
http://site.ebrary.com/lib/unedbiblioteca/docDetail.action?docID=10257349 (ebrary books) To read a sample of book chapter, just select one of them.

Naidu (2010) A textbook of Engineering, Pearson Education India http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.ezproxy.uned.es/book/-/9788131775073 (Safari books) More focussed on teaching science because of the amount of exercised found on it, but you could find many other examples of research books within Safari books online (http://proquest.safaribooksonline.com.ezproxy.uned.es/). Remember to be logged before reading.

This one could probably belong to a thesis publication http://ieeexplore.ieee.org.ezproxy.uned.es/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=4782329

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11 thoughts on “Whole books, revised books and chapter books

  1. Juan Carlos Araujo Portugal April 25, 2013 — 9:25 am

    I have never read books online, because for me it is very tiring to read on a computer, and I prefer doing it on paper. Anyway, I think this is a good option when you cannot find a book itself in a library.

    For me a great disadvantage is that if you want to print something from it, you have to do it page by page, which is quite time-consuming.

    1. Ok, it was just an example to be shown here.

  2. Juan Carlos Araujo Portugal April 25, 2013 — 9:26 am

    By the way, the first link does not work. I cannot access the book.

    1. Opps… sorry, I will try to have a look.

  3. Have you tried to log in Campus UNED first?

  4. Juan Carlos Araujo Portugal April 26, 2013 — 10:17 am

    I did, but it still did not worked.

      1. Irene Espósito April 27, 2014 — 5:01 pm

        Hi Maria,
        I have tried too, while being logged in at UNED, and it didn’t happen…

        Irene

  5. Dear teacher,
    I have not read books on line, as I find it really exhausting both for my eyes and my brain. The most I can read on line are some articles or reports. But, even though I keep on choosing the hard copy, I think is an excellent tool for younger people.
    ,

    1. You will find these books in the paper versión as well. Most of them. This is the best why to show you the difference besarse Í cannnot see you face to face.
      Maria

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