There are many different types of Reference tools to help you define terms, provide data, contextualize issues, lead you to maps and locations of specific points you are researching, etc. Please consult those listed on the Subject Guide for Public Health on the Subjects tab, under Demography.
E-Books - there are an increasing number of eBooks to which you have access. The next box identifies some of the collections we have that may be relevant to support your reading and research in public health and related subjects.
FINDING BOOKS and EBOOKS: Regardless of the format in print or eBooks, you will search Library Holdings in Catalogs such as those mentioned in the previous box that notes the Online Public Access Catalogs (opacs) and by collections, and by individual titles or authors to locate specific books. Some collections are publisher specific and are noted below.
E-Books - as noted there are an increasing number of eBooks to which you have access and most can be read, downloaded and copied at the chapter level. They are all listed in Library Search and MELVYL, by individual title and by series. There are many collections of such resources and the collections can be searched collectively.
These eBook collections from CABI and other publishers and information providers reflect a range of titles in all areas of public health, agriculture, applied life sciences, environmental sciences, food & nutrition, tourism, demographics and a range of social issues.