Print books are great, but sometimes they can be incredibly popular- so what can you do if the title you want is in high demand? One option is to access the book digitally. We have access to thousands of e-books, including those Essential items on your Reading Lists.
We’ve crunched the numbers to find out which are the most borrowed books we also have available online. Here are your top 10 in reverse order:
This revision guide by Judith Riches is designed to help law students take what they’ve learned and apply it effectively.
9: Land law
It’s a book about land law. For law students. What more could a law student studying land law ask for?
8: EU law
If only there was some urgent need to brush up on EU law because knowing more about it might be hugely important?
This well received book examines the development of the brain in infancy and how it influences our lives as adults. Perfect for nursing, midwifery and psychology students or anyone fascinated by neuroscience.
The latest in the popular series, Cass Business School students in particular will want to take a look.
571 pages of commercial law joy. If that’s your thing.
Now on its 9th edition this weighty tome scores 4.3 out of 5 stars on a well know unnamed online retailer’s website, suggesting it’s quite popular.
One of the most popular titles in our collection, this 8th edition by Peter Atrill is fully available online and you can download and keep specific sections too.
Despite sounding like a covert government agency, DSM-5 is actually a useful text to help with forming a diagnosis.
And your number one is…
Yes, business students certainly like a book to be popular- Introduction to Banking was the most popular book last year of all the books which had a print copy available in the Library.
What will make the top 10 next year? Who knows. What we do know is some of our most popular textbooks have online versions- why not check CityLibrary Search for your favourite today?