Thank you very much, Phil!
De: Phil Chappell [mailto:email@example.com]
Enviado el: Sábado, 14 de Febrero de 2004 06:33 a.m.
Asunto: Fwd: Electronic access to recently published books
This may be of interest to xmca'ers, given the diverse contexts from which
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Date: February 14, 2004 6:18:32 AM GMT+07:00
Subject: Electronic access to recently published books
There is a new library service which may be of interest (perhaps
residents of countries where library budgets are severely restricted). A
number of publishers are now placing electronic versions of their recent
line at ebrary. I have been told that John Benjamins is placing all of
new books with ebrary. I also know that at least some linguistics books
published by other companies are also available there. Apparently, over
titles are available at this time.
The address is <ebrary.com>. (No www in front.) Then click on
<discover.ebrary.com> which will get you to a page where you can
register and do searches.
You can search to see what is available without registering, but you
read anything until you register. Registering requires a deposit of at
$5.00. That money can then be used to pay for downloading ($0.50 per
or printing ($0.25 per page). but you can read as much as you want to,
you have put your deposit down.
Peter H. Fries, Professor of English and Linguistics
Central Michigan University
Mount Pleasant MI 48859
Office Tel: 989-774-3184
Office Fax: 989-774-1271
Office Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mt. Pleasant, MI, 48804, USA
Web page of the North American Systemic Functional Linguistics
Web page of the International Systemic Functional Linguistics
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