You can use Library Search to look for a specific book when you have the reference details.
O'Toole, G. (2016). Communication: Core interpersonal skills for health professionals (3rd ed.). Elsevier.
If it is an eBook, you can use the links in the record to access it online.
If it is a print book, you can use the Available at information to see which campus library has it. You will need the call number, e.g. 610.696 64/2016, to locate the book on the shelf. If you need help locating a book on the shelves, ask a Client Service Officer at the Library help desk.
Use Library Search to find eBooks on your topic.
NOTE: If there is an option to download the book and read it on your computer, you might also need to download an ebook reader software. For more information see the ebooks @ CQUniversity guide.
If you need a bit more help with ebooks, you can contact the library staff via TASAC.
If you are unable to access an ebook, it might be because there is a limit on how many people can use the book at the same time.
If you want to check for this information, you can look in the Full text availability section of the Library Search record for an ebook. If there is an Access Model note under the database name, it will tell you the maximum number of people who can use the book at the same time (concurrent users).