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These resources allow you to search across the complete text of lots of books. Some collections allow you to download, others only to view on your computer or moblile device. Books still in copyright may not be viewable--in this case, try going to the library catalogs (left) to locate a paper copy.
4.7 million digitized books, many of which are from rare or unique collections within large U.S. research libraries. For UC-affliated users who login, fully viewable books published pre-1923, as well as later public domain books, are available. Search full-text across all items.
Collection of more than 1.75 million public domain books and other texts digitized from libraries in the United States and Canada. Contains a wide range of fiction, popular books, children's books, historical texts and academic books (including almost 200,000 from the University of California). Can be viewed online or downloaded in a wide variety of formats, including PDF, Kindle and ePub.
Search by keywords, author, etc. Free online access to the fulltext of dissertations written at UCSD and other UC campuses since 1993.
Browsing Anthropology Books in Geisel Library
The books in Geisel Library are arranged by a system called Library of Congress Classification. The letters and numbers ("CALL NUMBERS") on the label applied to the spine of each book represent this classficiation. The call numbers are used to keep the books in order, arranged by subject and subarranged by author. The main area for anthropology books is on the sixth floor, in the area with call numbers beginning with the letters GN. The main area for psychology books is on the fifth floor, with call numbers that start with the letters BF.