Ebrary books can be read without downloading. To checkout/download an eBook, highlight text, add note or save links, create an ebrary account:
1. Click on the top left corner of the ebook screen and fill in the fields. Click submit . (On subsequent uses, use the to link to log in).
2. You will get a message with your user name and password. Click OK. Note user name and password for future uses.
3. You must also create an Adobe ID Account and download Adobe Digital Editions, a free software that allows you to checkout/download eBooks.
There is no time limit for viewing ebrary eBooks. If you do NOT create an ebrary account you are still able to search and copy text, print pages and save citations to RefWorks or EndNote
- To view a book just click on title or cover.
To checkout/download ebrary eBooks: Create an ebrary account and an Adobe ID account which allows you to download Adobe Digital Editions, a free so
Download the entire book:
- Read and annotate downloaded eBooks offline on your computer and transfer them to a mobile device.
- 10 ebrary eBooks can downloaded at one time.
- Checkout time: 14 days.
ftware for eBooks. Unlimited titles allow download of the entire book as well as page ranges. With limited use titles, you can only create a PDF:
N.B.: Some eBooks permit only a single user at a time. These books are not available for download as a whole book, but the PDF instructions for parts of the book will still work for them.
Create a PDF for a specific page range
- View a PDF offline on your computer using any standard PDF viewer, such as Adobe Reader or transfer the PDF to a mobile device or an e-reader.
- You cannot search text or make annotations with a PDF
You can save the PDF on your device indefinitely.
To create specific page range PDF: 1) Click printer icon (print to pdf); 2) Select option to create PDF image of specific page range. Enter beginning/ending page numbers Click OK.
NUMBER OF USERS:
ebrary books can be either:
- Single-user (SUPO license),
- Three-user (3USER license), or
- Multi-user (MUPO license).
Books in subscription collections are multi-user. Purchased books, licenses vary.
For multi-user books, there is never a conflict: any number of users can read, use, and download a multi-user book at the same time.
But a single-user book can only be accessed by one user at a time. ebrary fact sheet