Maneuver Center of Excellence Libraries
Audiobooks, eBooks and other eResources

 

 

 

 

MCoE Libraries Recordedbooks AUDIOBOOKS and eBOOKS

CLICK HERE!   MCoE Libraries Recorded Books offers audiobooks and ebooks of various military titles to include 100+ Pimsleur audio language resources for your portable digital players, PC and MAC users. Download an app for Android, Kindle and iPhone, iPad and iTouch users.

CLICK HERE! For "Help" on Getting Started, Types of Devices, Frequently Asked Questions, Support and User Tutorials.

Library access code is: mcoe.

For more information, contact MCoE HQ Donovan Research Library at 706-545-5661, or by e-mail at: usarmy.benning.mcoe.mbx.donovan-ref-desk@mail.mil

 

MCoE Libraries EBSCOhost Audio and eBook collection

CLICK HERE!   MCoE Libraries now offers audiobooks of various military titles for your portable digital players and even iPhones.

CLICK HERE!   MCoE Libraries now offers ebooks of military titles for your portable digital players and even iPhones.

CLICK HERE! To access the MCoE Libraries EBSCO WebEx Training

CLICK HERE! For "Help" on the Ebsco Support Site on Getting Started, Tutorials, Training and Frequently Asked Questions.

For access code information or questions, contact MCoE HQ Donovan Research Library at 706-545-5661, or by e-mail at: usarmy.benning.mcoe.mbx.donovan-ref-desk@mail.mil

 

MCoE Libraries Ebrary eBook collection

CLICK HERE!   MCoE Libraries now offers ebooks of various military type for your portable digital players and even iPhones. Once logged in click on "Browse all titles".

CLICK HERE! For "Help" on Getting Started, creating an account, installing the ebrary plug-in reader for Windows and Macs, Internet Explorer and Firefox, Frequently Asked Questions, support and other user information.

For access information or questions, contact MCoE HQ Donovan Research Library at 706-545-5661, or by e-mail at: usarmy.benning.mcoe.mbx.donovan-ref-desk@mail.mil

 

DFMWR OVERDRIVE

CLICK HERE!    Overdrive sponsored by the Army MWR Libraries provides a collection of downloadable ebooks, eaudio, videos and music. Click on "Read" or "Listen" to read or listen from your browser or for software downloads, use Overdrive for audiobooks, Adobe Digital Edition for ebooks, and Nook for Nook periodicals.

Patrons must be a registered library and/or Army Knowledge On-line (AKO) user to access. For further details, contact MCoE HQ Donovan Research Library at 706-545-5661 or by e-mail at: usarmy.benning.mcoe.mbx.donovan-ref-desk@mail.mil

 

DFMWR EBSCOhost eBOOKS AND AUDIOBOOKS

CLICK HERE!     EBSCOhost (formerly NetLibrary), provided by the FMWR Command, consists of eBook and audiobook titles ranging from business to science and also includes full-text electronic versions of published books such as ASVAB Core Review, computer and resume books and a selection of Cliff Notes. Newly offered is access via the iPhone/iPod Touch Application.

Patrons must be a registered library and/or an Army Knowledge On-line (AKO) user to access. For further details, contact MCoE HQ Donovan Research Library at 706-545-5661 or by e-mail at: usarmy.benning.mcoe.mbx.donovan-ref-desk@mail.mil.

 

DFMWR ZINIO Digital Magazines

CLICK HERE!     Zinio Digital Magazines, provided by the FMWR Command, consists of large collection of Digital Magazines that can be accessed from your mobile device using the Zinio App. CLICK HERE! to access the "How to Begin" guide."

Patrons must be a registered library and/or an Army Knowledge On-line (AKO) user to access. For further details, contact MCoE HQ Donovan Research Library at 706-545-5661, 706-626-8663, or by e-mail at: usarmy.benning.mcoe.mbx.donovan-ref-desk@mail.mil.

 

HARVARD CLASSICS - Dr. Eliot's Five Foot Shelf/PROJECT GUTENBERG

CLICK HERE!    Project Gutenberg provides free ebook access to the Harvard Classics - Dr. Eliot's Five Foot Shelf. Currently, a hardcover set of the Harvard Classics (now in the public domain) is published by Easton Press and a paperback version by Kessinger Publishing. This is also accessible through Internet Archive.

 

INTERNET ARCHIVE

CLICK HERE!    Internet Archive provides free access to historical collections that exist in digital format for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public. Collections include text, audio, moving images, as well as archived web pages. The organization also provides specialized services for adaptive reading and information access for the blind and other persons with disabilities.

Click on the "Help" tab in the upper right corner of the site for more information.