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Resources for International Teachers

Library support for international teachers from the Center for Advanced Studies in Global Education at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Useful Resources

E-books: Downloading e-books for mobile or offline use 
This guide provides instructions on how to download or check-out e-books for use offline or on a mobile device.


WorldCat 
Indexes books, dissertations, government documents, multimedia, and various other materials. This index will tell you which library owns particular items in the U.S. and around the world. 

Library One Search  

Find most ASU Library books and e-books. To find books, click on Advanced SearchAll Items, scroll up and select Books

Searching for e-Books

One Search

If you are looking for a specific title, use catalog search option (https://lib.asu.edu/):  ASU Library Catalog

Our Major e-Book Packages

The ASU Library licensess several major e-book collections or electronic book packages. Use the hyperlinks below to access these resources.

APA Books Collections

Directory of Open Access Books

Ebook Central

eBooks on EBSCOhost

Springerlink

View all E-Book Collections provided by the ASU Library

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