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Answered By: Jan McCartney, Technology & Design Librarian Last Updated: Mar 20, 2017 Views: 491
You will access it on the left pane of the course similar to all course etextbooks, once accessed you will see the options in blue to “Read Online” or “Full Download,” (7 day loan period).
We recommend selecting “Reading Online” to avoid having to check the book in an out each week.
The following playlist of videos will show you how to use the features of the ProQuest eBook Central eBooks. When you access an eBook you will automatically be logged into your personal Bookshelf (top right).
It is recommended that you save your eTexbook to the Bookshelf, for easy access to your eTextbooks later by clicking on the Bookshelf feature when you revisit the database.
Your eTexbooks have notes and highlights features, too. the video below is a playlist and you can access an individual video by click on the Playlist dropdown arrow in the top left corner.