Seven useful free e-books resources:
- Bartleby.com publishes thousands of free online classics of reference, literature and fiction.
- BC Open Textbooks is a project that contributes to the development of an open future for teaching practices and educational resources. I noticed this resource through Professor Tony Bates’ ebook Teaching in a Digital Age.
- Bean Free Library allows people to read some books online and download in one of several formats.
- FREE BOOKS TO READ SPONSORS The website creator has listed 6000 free online books alphabetically and it supports “Text to Speech” audio technology.
- FreeBooks4Doctors is a AMEDEO service for promoting free access to medical books.
- Open Library is a open project that gathered over 20 million records and has over 1,000,000 free ebook titles available.
- The Online Books Page edited by John Mark Ockerbloom, a digital library planner and researcher at the University of Pennsylvania.
- TUMBLEBOOKCLOUD is an online collection of ebooks and read-along chapter books, graphic novels, educational videos, and audio books. Access free. (not all books with a “read online” link work on my PC.)
You can find more from the resources below:
- E-books freely available on the Web from St George’s University of London
- E-books – Research & Services Guides from the Berkeley Public Library
- Free ebooks collections from ebooks@cambridge, University of Cambridge
- Free ePub Books Online listed 44 websites that offer ebooks for free download in ePub format from the GIZMO’S FREEWARE website
- 614 Places for Free eBooks Online from the GIZMO’S FREEWARE website