Answered By: Carole Rhodes
Last Updated: Sep 17, 2020     Views: 11

We are working hard to safely reopen the libraries and resume the delivery of our in-person services. Please see Getting Started With the Library for updates about the reopening of the libraries and information about our online services and support.

Perlego is a commercial provider of eBooks, selling direct to students.  Links to Perlego are integrated into Reading Lists @ Liverpool. If a book on your reading list is also available as an eBook through Perlego, you will see a message at the top of the reading list and a ‘P’ on the picture of the book jacket.

The library does not expect students to buy their own books: we aim to provide access to all the materials you need.  Subscribing to Perlego to access eBooks is an additional option, in the same way as purchasing print copies from our campus bookstore, Blackwells.

Students can access a 14-day free trial.  Thereafter Perlego costs £12 a month or £96 a year for unlimited access to over 400,000 eBooks.

For more information see What’s on Perlego, Perlego publishers and Perlego FAQs.

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