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Websites for E-Books
- Project Gutenberg – Over 46,000 free ebooks to download or read online
- Open Book Library – Over a million public domain ebooks to download or read online, plus an open lending library collection of modern ebook fiction and non fiction
- Bartleby.com – Harvard classics, reference texts, historic essays, poetry, and other literary works
- The Internet Archive – Access to historic and contemporary audio, music, and digitized video collections
- Librivox – Public domain books recorded by volunteers and available for online listening
- Baen Free Library – Free ebooks from science fiction and fantasy publisher Baen Books
- Bibliomania – Thousands of ebooks: classics, poems, short stories, plays, and reference works
- DailyLit – Classics and new fiction delivered to your in-box in daily installments
- Ebooks @Adelaide University – Classics and other historic texts
- Internet Public Library – Connect to a variety of ebook collections (fiction, non fiction, textbooks)
- MIT OpenCourseWare – Online college-level textbooks featuring science, engineering, and technology subjects
- National Jukebox – Historical Recordings from the Library of Congress
For Readers with Vision Disabilities
- Colorado Talking Book Library – A free service to Coloradans of all ages who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical or learning disabilities. CTBL provides audio, Braille and large-print books and magazines.
- That All May Read – The National Library Service administers a free library program of braille and audio materials circulated to eligible borrowers in the U.S. by postage-free mail.
- Bookshare – The world’s largest collection of accessible titles. A free or low cost option for students and anyone who cannot read print books because of a visual impairment, physical disability or severe learning disability.