Panitza Library maintains a comprehensive collection of e-books that are available to AUBG faculty, students and staff. Currently, we subscribe to 2 specifically designed for academic libraries collections from leading companies – ProQuest and EBSCO.
Ebrary Academic Complete consists of over 115,000 electronic books in all subject areas. The e-books are included in the Library catalog and are fully searchable.
Many, but not all, Ebrary books can be downloaded for a borrowing period of up to 14 days. To do this, you must create a personal Ebrary account and download the free Adobe Digital Editions software. Compatible devices include iPad, iPhone, laptops and others. Use the internal Ebrary reader to print a chapter. To have full advantage of Ebrary services, you will have to sign in.
How do I get a “personal Ebrary account”?
Once on the Ebrary webpage, look at the top-right corner of the screen and click Sign In. You will be asked to enter username and password.
For Username, type “AUBG” plus the 10-digit barcode from the back of your AUBG ID card (14 symbols in total): example AUBG2288996655.
For Password, enter your surname with capital first letter: example Vasilev.
Note – all special punctuation or spaces have to be removed.
What is a “personal Ebrary account”?
Once you’re signed in, you will be able to:
You can use your bookshelf to:
Note, most personal preference info (such as citation choice and language) is stored as a “cookie” on the computer itself. The bookshelf is accessible from any computer.
If you are experiencing any access problems or have general questions on Ebrary, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone ext. 340.
EBSCO’s eBook Academic Collection includes more than 130,000 multidisciplinary eBook titles representing a broad range of academic subject matter, ensuring that you’ll have access to information relevant to your research needs, all with a user-friendly search experience and simple download process. Subjects include:
Notable publishers and university presses include Elsevier Ltd., Taylor & Francis Ltd., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Sage Publications, Ltd., Harvard University Press, Oxford University Press, and many more. All titles are available with unlimited user access, and new titles are regularly added to the collection.
AUBG hosted an event with two successful leaders of its own last night. Dimitar Kostadinov ('97) and Rossen Ivanov ('00) are the CEOs of Entrea Capital and Black Capital respectively. After graduating from AUBG, the two gentlemen decided to implement their gained knowledge in Finance and Business Administration to found their own companies. Find out more about alumni success at www.aubg.edu/career-success
AUBG students gather once again to celebrate the diversity on campus. In today’s event, Prof. Lucci, Prof. Wien, and Prof. Pantelides reveal the secrets of different culture norms and morality in a panel discussion.
AUBG Student won the Business Olympiad for Unilever Russia in Moscow. Alexander Vrubel came up with the best Marketing and Strategic ideas, to boost Unilever's Sales of Lipton in Moscow and the Urals. The AUBGer also came first in the Academic English Competition. Congratulations!
AUBGers get together to celebrate friendship and cultural understanding through national dance at the dances workshop that is part of the International Week. We have the Georgian dance routine and walk through all the arts and crafts we have at hand!