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GDipICL: Library Resources

This guide was designed as an introduction to library resources for students in the Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law.

Library Copies of Emond ebooks

Most of the GDipICL's textbooks are offered through a publisher called Emond. The Law Library has purchased ebook access for as many of these textbooks as possible, listed below, and can be used to supplement your personal copies.

However, there are some limitations. Each ebook has a limit of 3 concurrent users (i.e. only 3 students can access the book at the same time). The book will automatically be removed from your account in 24 hours; however, this can be a long time for another student to wait for access, so please be considerate of your fellow students and "return" each book when you are finished with it by following these instructions: Steps to Return an Emond ebook.

While using the Emond ebook platform, you may also encounter a screen (view screenshot) that prompts you to enter your email and create an account. Please note that you do not need to create an account to use this platform. Select "No thanks, I'll skip this step" to bypass this screen. The current and previous version of the following browsers are supported: Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera, Mobile Safari, and Chrome for Android. If you create a personal account, you can also access your books from a desktop app, iPad, iPhone, Android, or Kindle by downloading the respective app.

Note: The Library is not able to provide support for any personal ebook copies of Emond textbooks that you purchase. If you need assistance with using the Emond Reader app, please view the Emond Reader Instructions page and contact Emond directly with any questions.

Emond Textbooks