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How to download an Ebrary book

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This handout provides you with steps on how to download an ebook from our Ebrary database.

This handout provides you with steps on how to download an ebook from our Ebrary database.

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  • 1. How To Download an Ebrary ebookEbrary is the library’s largest databases of electronic books. We have over 70,000 full-text ebooks availablethrough it. And now you can download them to your e-reader, mobile device OR computer for 14 days.How it works-First, you must create a free Ebrary account. On the ebrary screen, top right corner, click “Sign In”Next, click “Create New Account” on the following screen. Complete the registration form and click “Create New Account” 1
  • 2. Once you have an account, you’ll notice as you view books that each one now includes a Download button.After you click on the Download button, it will take you to the Export and Download screen where you have twooptions:1. Save a section of the book as a PDF, which makes it “accessible on most computers and devices, including the Kin-dle, without additional software” (from the Ebrary site). This means you can save a chapter (or two or three), or youcan save a range of pages (maximum 60). This is a great option for those of you who have devices that can read andopen PDF files. If you want to read the book on your Kindle or Apple device (iPod, iPhone, iPad), choose this option.2. The second option is to download Adobe Digital Editions (free download) to your device so that you can read thewhole book. There is a 14 day rental period for books obtained via this option. This option provides you with the com-plete book. The drawback is that most of the popular e-readers like Kindle and the iPad, don’t support Adobe DigitalEditions. Here is a list of all the devices that do support Adoble Digital Editions (some popular ones- the Nook, Kobo,Sony Reader).Option 1Option 2To learn more about downloading books to your device, visit Ebrary’s Knowledge Base at http://support.ebrary.com/category/english/download 2 ©2012 adr