Answered By: Teresa Berry Last Updated: Mar 31, 2020 Views: 41
Note: To protect our staff, we will more fully leverage our online capabilities to comply with the Safer at Home order issued by the Knox County Health Department. Therefore, as of Wednesday, March 26th, we are no longer allowing requests for books. Thursday at 4pm was the last day that books can be picked up from Hodges, Pendergrass, and DeVine. This may be temporary policy as part of UT Libraries' response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Our policy is subject to change as we address current conditions.
- HathiTrust has temporarily expanded online access to books we have in our collection.
- The UTK VolShop has arranged access to a large textbook collection.
- Depending on the publisher rights, you may be able to see parts of the book in Google Books, Amazon, or HathiTrust.
- The Internet Archive has a large collection of public domain (pre-1925) ebooks along with a circulating library of newer books. It also created a National Emergency Library.
- Some publishers are temporarily making their content free, so check the publisher's web site, JSTOR, Project Muse, and other platforms. In some cases, you may still have to be authenticated through the UTK Libraries' web site to gain access. See our information about Expanded Access to Online Resources.
- Explore One Search and some of our ebook collections to discover other books on your topic.