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Learn more about reading EBSCO ebooks online or via download below.
The Online Reader: Reading & Linking
To access the ebook, click on the Full Text Finder link.
Next, click the eBook Central link.
Click the Read Online button.
You are now in the online reader. You can use the search field to find keywords in the book. Or, you can use the table of contents to go to specific chapters or sections.
If you need to save a link to share to return to later, post in Canvas, or or share with others, click the link button in the top menu bar. Then copy the link displayed in the pop-up window.
Downloading an Ebook
There are two download options for eBook Central ebooks: book download and chapter download. Both require you to sign up for or log-in to an account.
When you click on a download button, you will be prompted with a log-in screen. Click Create Account if you do not have an account. Or, click Sign In.
Clicking the Download Chapter button will download a PDF. This download does not require a special software; and, it does not expire.
If you click the Download button, the full ebook will be downlowned to your device or computer for a set time period. Follow the prompts on the screen to get the correct download.
This type of download will require you to have Adobe Digital Reader and Adobe ID account (both are free). Links to these are provided in the onscreen instructions.
The full ebook download is like a book check-out. The download will only be accessible on your device for up to 21 days. You will set the check out limit from 7 to 21 days as part of the download process.