Access to Digital Editions of Books
Access to free PDFs are available in DiscoverE, the library's new discovery tool. Search for "Emory Digital Library" for content.
There may still be a few issues with findability of multiple volume works.
Pull up the detailed record display, right click on the "PDF Version" link, and save the pdf to your computer. It can then be opened using Acrobat Reader outside of the web browser.
Note that there are still a few issues regarding browser-comptability with Adobe software. So it is best for users to save files to their own workstations, where they can subsequently open files with their own instance of Adobe Reader (or Preview in Mac OS).
Digital versions of many of the audiovisual resources from MARBL and Emory University Archival Collections are available for viewing at a kiosk in the MARBL reading room. To find out what is available, search through MARBL's finding aids database -- many of the 20th and 21st century collections contain a series for "Audiovisual Materials". If you see an indication in the finding aid that the item was digitized, then it should be available for viewing on site.
Other Access Points for Books
Internet Archive -- for access to the Atlanta City Directories.
For more up-to-date information about the Emory Libraries Digitization Program, please visit our Research Guide.