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Access - New eBook Shelf: Home

Welcome to the New eBook Shelf, a space where you can browse the newest ebooks in the library's collection. We will add new ebooks as we welcome them to our collection, so please check back often.

Instructions for Borrowing and Returning an Overdrive eBook

Book to Suggest?

Please reach out to if you have any titles to suggest for the library eBook collection.

How this Guide is Organized

The blue tabs above correlate to the subject prefixes used in the Academic Catalog. For example, ebooks that would most likely support Biblical Studies or "B" courses are placed on the Biblical Studies tab. If a book is purchased because it is a topic of interest to the community, we add it to the High Interest tab. The last set of tabs are specific to the publisher. No book fits perfectly into a simple structure like this. We hope that, even with this failing, this libguide serves the purpose of making our newest ebooks easier for you to discover, much as you would find a new print book displayed in the library building.  

Who Can Access the Library's eBooks?

Typically our ebooks are licensed for our current students, faculty, and staff. Project Muse, Overdrive, and JSTOR ebooks are available to Southwest alumni and Iona students. We are not licensed to circulate ebooks outside of these user groups.

Featured audiobooks for January 2024

Need Help?

For instructions on how to access ebooks, please refer to the Accessing e-Resources LibGuide. If you still need assistance, please reach out to