It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Most of our e-books are in the UCSD's UC Library Search and you can find them by limiting results to Online only and Resource Types books.
Once you're in the e-book collection itself, you can browse by title or search the full-text of the entire collection.
In most collections, you can print/save desired chapters as PDF files. In other collections, you may have limited ability to save or print pages.
If we don't have an e-book you need, email Deborah and I'll see what I can buy for campus, You may also check Circuit for area San Diego libraries including SDSU, USD and public libraries or to get a print copy. Circuit service to and from UCSD is suspended until ~November 2021, so use your SDPL or SDCL library card to get books delivered from area Circuit libraries to the branch library closest to UCSD or your house/apartment.
Mathematics & Statistics E-Book Collections
These are the main e-book collections (not single titles) of interest to math & stats researchers. Unless otherwise specified, books in these collections are also in the library catalog though the most recently published ones are generally available online 1-3 months before appearing in UC Library Search. Expect cataloging delays summer to fall 2021.
O’Reilly for Higher Education includes more than 38K computer science, engineering, business book titles from 200+ publishers. Plus 30K+ hours of video, proven learning paths, case studies, expert playlists, audio books, and more. Includes pre-publication titles published by O'Reilly.
Access with Single Sign On after choosing University of California San Diego from the list of institutions.
Note: Access is limited to current students, staff, and faculty at the University of California campuses. No community use.
Titles are html only.
Replaces the Safari Tech Books Online collection.
UCSD has licensed Cambridge books 2016-2020 and also has purchased select older titles. Note: if newer title is marked as textbook, those are not included in the UC purchase of Cambridge Core books. Let me know if you need other titles online.
UCSD has purchased Cambridge 2016-20 books with select purchases of older titles.
Note: textbooks are not included in Cambridge Core purchase (except select older ones the library bought prior to 2016). Let me know if you need an older book online.
Almost 400 books from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics covering topics from math and applied math fields such as astronomy, atmospheric science, computer science, economics & finance, fluids, and physics.
Thousands of books from the 1800's-present including the Springer Mathematics & Statistics archive. Heavy coverage of statistics and mathematics. Search or browse, with chapters available as PDFs. Browse the titles or search full-text, and (for selected titles) purchase your own paperback copy for $25.
You can search the entire collection, which also includes the Springer E-Journals. If your chapter has a white box instead of green one next to it, we don't have the book online. To look for a print copy, start with the UCSD Libraries catalog, then check the Circuit and Melvyl catalogs, then interlibrary loan.
Over 250 mathematics e-books 2010/11 to present.
California Digital Library has licensed many of the Wiley Interscience books for 2011 - 2021, and UCSD Library purchased selected individual e-books from prior years. Not all John Wiley books are on the WOL platform. Suggest a purchase if a desired title doesn't display the unlocked icon via https://library.ucsd.edu/borrow-and-request/recommend-a-purchase/index.html
Search the full text of books scanned by Google, drawn from major libraries. The number of pages you can actually view varies, from the entire book for out-of-copyright titles, to snippets or selected pages for books still in copyright. If you find a book you want, use the library catalogs at UCSD and beyond to locate a copy.