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Often you can choose between a full-text HTML view or a full-text PDF view.
You can also browse for eBooks directly in various library databases:
|ABC – CLIO||no||yes||Yes; with errors||each chapter|
|CREDO Reference||no||yes||Yes; at bottom||save as PDF first; print each chapter|
|EBL||yes||yes||Yes; with errors||up to 80 pages||Must re-establish credentials. Log in with same info as CampusConnect|
|Ebrary||yes||yes||No; use “cite” in catalog||up to 40 pages||Must open free account to save, bookmark, or download|
|EBSCO eBooks||usually||yes||Yes||up to 60 pages||Must open free account to save, bookmark, or download|
|Gale Virtual Reference Library||yes||yes||Yes||each chapter|
|Sage Reference||each chapter||yes||Yes; with errors||each chapter|
|Science Direct||PDFs by chapter||not easily||No; use “cite” in catalog||each chapter||Open PDFs in iBooks to read on iPad.|
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Publishers may place restrictions on ebooks which prevent them from being downloaded. Sometimes they allow the whole book to be downloaded and other times you are limited to a certain number of pages.
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Example: Most ebooks in Ebrary allow a maximum of 60 pages printed per day. Some publishers though, have set a more restrictive printing limit for their books in Ebrary.
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