Ready to use our ebook collection? Here's what you should know:
We purchase ebooks with unlimited user access when available. For items with a single-user license, we purchase multiple copies. If all copies of an item are in use, please try accessing the title again later.
Please see the publisher's individual site for more information as we purchase ebooks from a variety of aggregators and publishers and use restrictions will vary.
To download one of our titles, please follow the steps below to begin enjoying your ebook:
Create an account
Download your eBook reader
Log-in and download your ebook
Create and log-in to your Adobe Digital Editions or Bluefire account
Note: Options for printing will vary by eBook collection. Please see the information below on how to print from each ebook provider.
ProQuest Ebook Central ebooks
While viewing your book in-browser, at the top of the page select “print”
Next, you’ll be asked to create a loan and to select a loan period then given a summary of how many pages you are allowed to print and the option to select a single page, page ranges, or entire chapters to print:
The copy and print limits on most ebrary ebooks are based on the percentage of the number of pages in the book.
Limits on the amount that can be printed will vary by book but will be listed with each title (image below):
Pages will print in PDF format. Select the printer icon at the top of the page if reading in-browser to begin printing:
Select to print the current page, a page range or a full chapter:
Depending on publisher-specified limits, up to 100 pages of an EBSCO eBook can be printed, saved or emailed as a PDF file (per user) from within the eBook viewer to be printed at a later time.
If reading in-browser, click the "PDF Full Text" button (image below) to view the book and decide which portion you want to print
From the options at the top of the page, select the "print pages" printer icon
Pages will print as a PDF. You'll be given a limit as to how many pages can be printed and prompted to select your page ranges:
Select "Print PDF". The document will open as a PDF, and you may print normally.