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Contacts: Course eBook/Playlist Access

eBook Access with O'Reilly Database

The following steps should guide you to locating and accessing the free eBook for this module in the LLC electronic catalog.

  • Log into myFSCJ
  • Under Useful Links, click on the Library and Learning Commons link
  • Type in the title of the textbook: (for example: FTTx Networks by Farmer, Lane, Bourg, and Wang) and select the Search button or magnifying glass icon
    • If you get multiple results, filter your search by adding the author name (example: Farmer)



  • Locate the correct book with the eBooks icon
  • Click on the title of the eBook to see more information about the book and ensure it is the correct one
  • To view the eBook, click the link to titled 'Click here to view this eBook'


  • Some books may have a table of contents. For this example: scroll down to the Table of Contents and select Chapter 14: Network Management Architecture

The following steps should guide you to locating and accessing course playlists.  This is an example for the 'CNT2404' course.

  • Log into myFSCJ
  • Under Useful Links, click on the Library and Learning Commons link
  • Click on the Databases and Journal Articles link under the Research menu



  • Click the "O" (for O'Reilly)
  • Click O'Reilly eBooks (formerly Safari) link
  • From the Home Page in the O'Reilly Database, search for "CNT2404" 



You will see "Playlists" in the search results. They are titled "CNT2404 - Module # Readings and Resources." This image shows part of the search page with the playlists for Modules 2 and 3 displayed. Select the appropriate Module Playlist that you would like to view.



Note: Your course may require you to view all the items in the Required Readings & Resources page in each module. The playlists only contain readings/resources from the O'Reilly Database and do not include other required readings, such as learning units.