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Using EBSCO E-books
- This is our largest collection of E-books, from a wide range of publishers
- All the books are listed in the Library Search service
- All the books can be read online
- Up to 60 pages can be saved for printing or emailing as a PDF file from within the eBook Full Text viewer
- Most can be downloaded to your computer or device for up to 7 days for offline reading
- Downloads expire after 7 days, but you can download again
- To download a book, you must first create a My EbscoHost personal account
Downloading EBSCO E-books
- Ensure you have the correct software (normally either Adobe Digital Editions or Bluefire Reader) on your computer or device. See tab 'Downloading E-books : the basics' for links
- Create a personal account on EBSCOhost (you will be prompted to Create a new Account when you choose to download a book)
- Login to EBSCOhost with your personal account details
- The maximum checkout period is 7 days, after which the file will no longer be accessible
Most popular EBSCO Academic collection titles 02.01.19 - 31.01.20
Hover over the e-book cover to see the title/author details and select to view in Library Search, then sign in to view availability and access full text.
EBSCO eBooks are compatible with for the following eBook Readers:
- Apple (iOS) Devices such as iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
- Android Devices such as smartphones and tablets
- Sony eReader Touch Edition
- Barnes & Noble Nook
- All eBook Readers supporting the Adobe eBook DRM
EBSCO eBooks are compatible with the following mobile apps:
- Bluefire Reader apps for iOS and Android devices
- Aldiko app for Android devices
- Txtr app for iPhone and Android devices
- All apps supporting the Adobe eBook DRM
EBSCO eBooks are compatible with all devices and apps supporting Adobe eBook DRM, a standard used by most popular eBook providers, including Google Play. A complete list of Adobe eBook DRM compatible devices and apps is available here.
Note: Currently, there is no support to mobile devices that use the Windows operating system.