A common abbreviation for electronic book. A digital, searchable version of a book that is intended to be viewed on an electronic device, such as an eReader, computer, or smartphone. The EFC Library has a number of eBooks available through the Library Catalog and eBook Collection.
A specific form or version of a published work.
1. A person who prepares works of others for publication.
2. A person who is primarily responsible for a periodical publication, such as a newspaper, magazine, or journal.
A common abbreviation for electronic journal. A digital, searchable version of a journal that is intended to be viewed on an electronic device, such as computer or smartphone. The EFC Library has a number of eJournals available through Online Databases.
A period of time during which the full-text of a journal article is not available online.
The process of encoding data so that it can only be read by authorized parties.
A source of general information. Encyclopedias can be general or subject specific.
Statements explaining select text, assertions, or sources of quoted material found at the end of a written work.
A written composition analyzing or interpreting a particular subject.
Assessing a an information source.