Tech books online

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The Library is pleased to announce its newest addition to the growing collection of online resources, Safari Books Online! Through Safari, you can browse and read approximately one hundred titles of core information technology books “cover-to-cover” from respected publishers such as O’Reilly, Microsoft Press & Adobe Press.

Don’t think that only programmers and IT professionals will find these useful. Have to put together a web page for class? Try HTML, XHTML, & CSS, Sixth Edition: Visual QuickStart Guide. Crazy about putting photos on Flickr? Get the most out of it with Flickr Hacks. Can’t stop looking at the Great Wall of China on Google Maps? See what else you can do Google Maps Hacks. To see all the titles you can access, click on Library on the top navigation bar to browse or use the search box and select My Bookshelf.

Thanks to the Information Technology & Business Education department for helping to get this great product!

Safari Books Online

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I'm the library guy. No, seriously, I'm the only male reference & instruction librarian. I also have the pleasure of serving several campus committees, the Academic Staff Assembly and the Chancellor's Task Force on LGBT Issues, among others.
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One Response to Tech books online

  1. Jay Wollmann says:

    Wow! This is a fantastic resource. I am a novice programmer and am always looking for more books to read to improve my knowledge of subjects. For 40 bucks a month, you get access to hundreds of programming books! Great resource!

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