Princeton University Press is committed to providing ebook content created to facilitate assistive technology, aligning with current accessibility guidelines for those readers who benefit from enhanced features, including text-to-speech, bookmarks, and readability on a variety of devices.
Princeton University Press provides over 9,000 ebooks to a range of digital providers, examples of which are listed below. We strive to make our ebooks available globally. Prices and access levels vary. Browse the Princeton University Press site or visit our partners’ sites for specific information. Titles are made available both as ebooks and print books at the time of publication as rights allow, giving readers immediate access to the format most convenient for them.
ebooks for individual readers
- Barnes & Noble
- Google Play
- Princeton University Press (via Glassboxx)
ebooks for students
- GooglePlay eTextbooks
- Amazon eTextbooks
ebooks for and via institutional libraries
- Baker & Taylor
- IG Publishing
- Project MUSE
ebooks for and via public libraries
- IG Publishing
Specialized reference libraries and databases
- ACLS Humanities Ebook library
- Books 24x7
- Credo Reference
- EBSCOhost Research Databases
- Gale Virtual Reference Library
- Knovel (Elsevier interactive engineering platform)
- ProQuest Reference
- Yale Art and Architecture ePortal
ebooks via non-profit organizations for developing countries and readers with visual impairment
- Serving readers with print-impairment: Bookshare.org and
RNIB Bookshare (UK)
- Library for All
Princeton University Press publishes apps and works with third-party app publishers. Learn more about some of our recent apps.
- Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World
- Warbler Guide
- Caterpillars of Eastern North America
- Mammals of North America
Digital Einstein Papers
Princeton University Press proudly presents The Digital Einstein Papers, a site for The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, the ongoing publication of Einstein’s massive written legacy comprising more than 30,000 unique documents.
Princeton Legacy Library
Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest digital technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by the Press since its founding in 1905.
Princeton Global Discovery
In 2019, Princeton University Press embarked on a new backlist digitizaton project: Princeton Global Discovery. This ambitious enterprise vastly increased access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by the Press since our founding in 1905, and makes those titles available to a new generation of readers worldwide where rights allow.
Digital & Audio Publisher
Digital Partnerships Manager