Master List of Electronic Books, Theses, & Dissertations

The Libraries of the Health Sciences have purchased access to more than 38,000 electronic books for the use of faculty, staff, and students of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Only a limited selection of titles are available through the six alphabetic e-book lists. Thousands of additional titles are available from eBooks on EBSCOhost® [formerly NetLibrary] and ebrary.

The TTUHSC Libraries are members of TexShare, a cooperative program of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. As a result, TTUHSC faculty staff and students have access to eBooks on EBSCOhost® [formerly NetLibrary]. "More than 27,000 eBooks are available for browsing, searching, and virtual check-out. TexShare's eBook collection includes titles from the world's leading business, technology, trade, reference, academic, and scholarly publishers."

ebrary offers e-books from the world's leading STM and academic publishers. The TTUHSC Libraries have purchased access to these e-book subject databases: Life Sciences (includes Biotechnology, Agriculture, and Environmental Studies) [over 2,400 titles], Medical [over 1,500 titles], Nursing & Allied Health [over 1,800 titles], and Physical Sciences [over 1,700 titles]. These collections overlap only slightly.

ebrary books may be accessed by clicking on the ebrary logo. Most are also available from the Library Catalog.

Hundreds of additional e-books are available in the following monographic series. Individual titles in these series are not included in the six alphabetic e-book lists.

More than 50,000 electronic books are now available!

IMPORTANT - some eBooks have concurrent user limits.
Individual eBooks are now in the library catalog (Koha). Click here for details.

A-Z Individual eBook Lists

Collections of Electronic Books, Theses, & Dissertations

Frequently Used eBook Collections

Encyclopedias

Monographic Series

Other Frequently Used eBooks

TTU and TTUHSC Electronic Theses and Dissertations

For TTUHSC theses and dissertations accepted before 2005, and for those otherwise unavailable in electronic form, please consult the Library Catalog