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PSY 2861 (Hogan) - Positive Psychology: eBooks

A guide to help students conduct research in Professor Hogan's Positive Psychology course online at Valencia College

Finding Books

There are two ways to search for books at the Valencia College Libraries:

 

1) Click on the Atlas box below to log in to Atlas.

     Atlas Login Button

    Go to the My Atlas Tab.

    Click Search the Library (left hand side).

 

2) Visit the library catalog without logging in by clicking the on the Library Catalog box below.

     Library Catalog Button

 

There are benefits to accessing the catalog through Atlas. You will be able to hold or request books online, so they are available when you visit a campus library. However, the Library Catalog link above will grant you access to the catalog in the event of an Atlas outage.

Books in the Library

The following eBooks are available through Valencia College Libraries and are related to Positive Psychology

Click the title of the eBook and it will open in a new window. You may be prompted for a borrower ID and PIN. Your borrower ID is your VID (with the letter V), and your PIN is the last 4 digits of your VID. eBooks are available to all students, regardless of campus, online without physically visiting the library.

The Valencia College libraries do not welcome solicitation of resources to be added to our LibGuides. This includes but is not limited to vendors, search engine optimizers, placement of ads, products, or any other requests. Our LibGuides are carefully curated resources developed in partnership with faculty, staff, and students to support specific assignments, courses, events, and other related purposes at Valencia College. The Valencia libraries reserve the right to ignore LibGuide resource solicitations, and/or block persistent requests from groups or individuals to add or promote links in our LibGuides.