Most of the University of Otago Library collections use the Library of Congress classification system (LC).
Under this system, the collection is organised by broad subject areas and these subject areas are represented by a letter :
The call number (or label) on Library items will start with 1 or 2 letters that represent the part of the collection they are in. These call numbers start with an L so the books must be about Education and be shelved in the Education collection.
eBooks will show up in your Library Search Ketu search results but you can also search a variety of e-book databases, some of them a listed below:
The Library has a large collection of eBooks and they look like this in Library Search Ketu results:
Using Library eBooks
Software requirements for ProQuest eBooks Central:
If you want to be able to downloaded the entire eBook to your computer/device (for a specified period of time) you need to download the following free software first:
ProQuest eBooks Central and DRM (Digital Rights Management)
ProQuest eBooks have have DRM software built into their eBooks that tracks the proportion of an eBook you can save, print or copy. The DRM software will tell you how many pages from a publication you can print, save or copy in a 24 hour period.