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EBSCO eBooks

This guide will show you how to find EBSCO eBooks and download them to your computer or mobile device.

eBook Viewer

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To read the book online, click the link on the left side of the page that says "eBook full text."  

(Note:  If you are on a MAC and the eBook does not open properly you may have to download a program that allows you to read PDFs, such as Bluefire Reader)

Once you have opened the eBook, there are two ways to navigate it.  You can use the forward and back arrows at the bottom of the screen to turn the pages and navigate the book in a linear fashion                      Forward and back arrows
Table of contents for Teaching Naked by Jose Bowen                 or you can use the table of contents on the left side of the screen to skip around to specific sections or chapters

 

 

Print / Save as PDF

You have the option to print or save a section of the eBook - up to sixty pages. The number of pages allowed varies by publisher. From the eBook viewer screen:

1.  Navigate to the first page of the section that you are interested in printing/saving.

2.  Click the print icon (fourth icon down on the toolbar).

3.  Select

  • Current page - prints/saves only the page you are currently on
  • Current page and the next xx pages - prints/saves a selection not to exceed 60 pages
  • This section - prints/saves an entire chapter

4.  Choose

  • Print - prints section
  • Send as email - sends PDF of section as email attachment. The PDF is then yours to keep - you can save it to your computer, transfer it to a mobile device, or print it at a later date.

EBSCO eBook Display Issues

Some web browsers are known to have a hard time recognizing script components in certain eBooks. Because of this, you will need to go through a "load unsafe scripts" protocol. Screen casts are available that illustrate the correct protocol to correct this issue in FirefoxChrome and Internet Explorer browsers.

Additional Tools

The tool bar on the right side of the screen gives you many additional options.   For a full explanation of each of these, go to EBSCO Help (link below).

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