Viewing EBSCOhost ebooks
Internet Explorer versions 8.0 and older are not compatible with ebooks in EPUB format. To view an EPUB format ebook, we recommended these browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer 11 or later.
Printing, saving, and copying
Under copyright law each publisher allows a specific percentage that each user may print or copy from each ebook. Allowances vary from title to title.
Creating a My EBSCOhost account
A My EBSCOhost account is needed to save notes on EBSCOhost ebooks when using the online ebook viewer and to download ebooks for reading offline. You can either create an account or sign in with a Google account.
Reading EBSCOhost ebooks online
ebooks can be read online in the ebook Viewer by clicking the 'ebook Full Text (PDF or EPUB)' link in the ebook record. Within the ebook viewer it is possible to navigate the book using the table of contents, download a single chapter, search within the text of the book, and save a note on the ebook in your My EBSCOhost folder.
Downloading EBSCOhost ebooks
You can check-out and download the ebook and read it on your computer when you are not connected to the Internet, or transfer it to your Adobe Digital Editions-compatible ebook Reader device, by clicking the 'full download' link in the ebook record. To download the ebook you will need to log into your My EBSCOhost account.
The download function requires Adobe Digital Editions. Install Adobe Digital Editions.
Ebooks can be downloaded to your mobile device and read with the free Adobe Digital Editions reader app.
You will need the following:
- Adobe Digital Editions App (Installed on your Apple or Android device)
- An Adobe ID
- Safari Web Browser (Apple device users)
Note for Apple Device Users: Pop-ups must be allowed in the settings for the Safari web browser as the downloaded ebook file opens in a new tab before opening in the Adobe Digital Editions app.
Reading ebooks on campus?
We advise you use the read online option if you are not using your own computer or device. Adobe Digital Editions will give you an Adobe ID and a limit of 6 authorised devices. The download is tied to a specific computer or device unless you authorise that device with your Adobe ID. Authorising computers around campus that you may not use again may not be the best use of your 6 device limit.
More EBSCOhost ebooks help
View the EBSCOhost ebooks user guide for further help on using ebooks from the EBSCOhost platform.