There are three ways to read eBooks:
In most instances, you will be prompted to log in using your ULID username and password before the eBook is displayed, whether or not you are on or off campus.
The steps to download or print an eBook are dependent on the publisher's website. Consult our eBook Guide for specific information about each format.
Use the Milner Catalog to search for materials owned by Milner.
Use the Request Item function in Milner Catalog records to request that materials be retrieved from the Milner shelves and held for you at the main circulation desk. Please allow 24 hours for this service.
Some materials are located in storage facilities inaccessible to library patrons. Use the Request Item function in Milner Catalog records to request retrieval of these materials. At the present time, items in Basement Storage are not available due to library construction and off campus storage of those items. Items in North Storage can still be requested. You will receive an email from us when requested storage materials are available for you.
Look at our Understanding Call Numbers guide for more information.
Most books on Marketing can be found on the 4th floor of Milner Library.
Look in these call number ranges for most books on marketing, sales, and advertising.
|Call Number Range||Subject|
|HF 1009 - 1416||Export and International Marketing|
|HF 5413 - 5430||Marketing|
|HF 5438 - 5483||Sales Management|
|HF 5801 - 6201||Advertising|
Interested in how long you can check out a book? View the list of loan periods Milner resources.
Milner Library owns a number of specialized handbooks on a variety of research topics and areas of study that summarize the research and provide concise narratives describing further research that is needed. Some of these handbooks can be checked out, and some are located in the reference collection and must be used in the library. These handbooks are especially useful for graduate students. Examples of such handbooks can be found at the following links:
Milner Library also has a rich collection of reference books located to the south of the Reference desk on the main floor of the library. These books generally need to be used in the library. Under special circumstances, faculty members and graduate students may be given special permission by their subject liaison librarian to check items out for short periods of time. Examples of reference books include the following: