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Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) is a discovery service that points to Open Access books that can be found elsewhere. It enables you to search the description of the books and enables you to download the books from the site of the publisher. All books in DOAB have a full OA license, making them 'free to share'. All publishers in DOAB are screened for their peer review procedures and licensing policies.
The site includes books that are out of copyright as well as new e-books by authors who have offered their work for free. You can enjoy your books on any device : smartphones, tablets or dedicated readers.
access to thousands of literary works by well know authors such as Austen, Bronte, Shakespeare, Twain, and Wharton. Also available are a selection of poems and plays, compilations, and other interesting resources.
The NAP publishes more than 200 books a year on a wide range of topics in science, engineering, and medicine, providing authoritative information on important matters in science and health policy. The institutions served by the NAP are unique in their ability to attract leading experts in many fields to join panels and committees charged with providing policy advice on some of the nation’s most pressing scientific, technical, and health-related issues.