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Using e-Books

Using Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia

Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia is one online encyclopedia, set up like the other EBSCO article databases with the same layout and tools. See the screenshot of an entry for the Constitution of the United States below: 

screenshot of Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia entry

Major sections of each entry:

1. Search box

2. Title of entry (article) and its source information

3. Entry (article). This has its own table of contents area since it is a rather long entry. It can be read to you by way of the Listen button. 

4. Tools for saving, exporting, citing, printing, linking, and more.

Linking to Funk & Wagnalls Entries

See the link to the guide below for details on how to create persistent links to entries in Funk & Wagnalls Encylopedia. This is a EBSCO product, so it uses the same methods as linking to EBSCO articles. 

Linking to Library Resources in Canvas:

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