Q: What are the steps for registration and what software is required?
1. First you'll need to set up an account while in Ebsco (create a username and password)
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3. You'll also need to install Adobe Reader to view the PDF Full Text files.
4. In order to effectively use eBook features, the minimum browser requirements are:
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There are nearly 120,000 eBooks, including titles from leading university presses such as Oxford University, State University of New York, Cambridge University, University of California, MIT, Harvard University and others. Additional academic publishers include Elsevier, Brill Academic, Taylor & Francis, Sage Publications, and John Wiley & Sons.
Subject coverage includes:
All titles are available with unlimited user access.
New titles are added monthly.
Q: How long may I check out an eBook?
A: 28 days
Q: Can more than one person check out the same eBook?
Q: Can I renew an eBook?
A: No, but you can check it out again and again
Q: Is there a limit to the number of eBooks a person can check out (download) at one time?
A: Yes, 50 simultaneous checkouts per user; however, content is available for viewing without checkout.
Q: Can holds be placed on a title?
A: Usually no - if it’s part of the eBook Academic Collection (unlimited user access)
A: In a few cases, yes -
if it’s a title with a user limit (a single title purchase)
Q: Is there a record of the eBooks I have checked out?
A: Yes, you’ll find your record by logging in to your Ebscohost Account
Q: What's Ebscohost?
A: Ebsco or Ebscohost is the name of the eBook database vendor