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eBook Databases - Descriptions & Instructions : InfoSecurityNetBase

Describes content, access, number of simulataneous users, and other information about Mundt Library's ebook databases.

Contents of this page

This page covers:

  • Description of InfoSecurityNetBase
  • Download instructions
  • Permanent URLs for direct links to ebooks

InfoSecurityNetBase

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CONTENT.  Academic content about information security.

HOW TO FIND. Use one of these two methods, because these books are not in Library Catalog:

  •     Use the "Database Quicklinks" dropdown menu on the library home page to select InfoSECURITYnetBASE.

DIRECT URL:

NUMBER OF BOOKS.  approximately 75

  • 25% of chapters published in most recent two years.
  • 97% of chapters published 2000-present

LIMITS ON SIMULTANEOUS USERS OF THE PLATFORM?    No limit

LIMITS ON SIMULTANEOUS USERS OF AN E-BOOK?   No limit  

READ FULL TEXT IN YOUR WEB BROWSER?    Yes.

DOWNLOAD TO DEVICE?    Individual chapters are pdfs that can be saved to a device.

CREATE PERMANENT URLS FOR DIRECT LINKS TO E-BOOKS OR E-BOOK PARTS.  Follow this procedure:

  1. In search results, select a chapter to view.
  2. Before opening the full document pdf, find the "Permalink" button at the bottom and click to display the permanent url for that chapter
  3. Delete the chapter number at the end of that url to get the permanent url for the entire book.  
  • For example:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/9781439815519.ch13 is the permanent url for a chapter. The permanent url of the book in which the chapter is contained is http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/9781439815519
  • For example:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/EBK1439819029-p3  is the permanent url for a part of a book. The permanent url of the book in which it is contained is http://dx.doi.org/10.1201/EBK1439819029

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