Within the ebrary QuickView feature, users can browse text and content and also utilize the InfoTools feature to support seamless integration and connection to additional online resources, including subscription databases. InfoTools also allows users to print, copy and paste, and create automatic citations using a variety of citation formats.
QuickView allows user to navigate text in the following ways:
Downloads allows you to access and work with content offline. You will need to sign in to your personal ebrary account to access this option.
There are several options available in terms of downloading ebrary content:
PERSONAL EBRARY ACCOUNT
In order to create a personal ebrary account, follow the following steps:
1. Click on the "Sign-in" tab
2. Click the "Create an account" link.
3. Provide username and password (password minimum 5 characters).
4. Provide basic identifying data, including first name, last name and working email address.
5. Click the "Create New Account" tab.
InfoTools is a powerful feature that allows users to select text, words or phrases and seamlessly link out to additional electronic and online resources, expanding the scope of their research.
The InfoTools menu is customizable at the institution level and includes creating links to:
In order to download full titles to your laptop, computer or handheld device, you will need to create a free Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) account by simply going to adobe.com and providing a username and password of your choice.
With ADE, you may download up to 10 titles at a time and have off-line access to your downloaded titles for up to 14 days. You may return a full title download early and within your ADE account you may also do the following:
Creating a personal ebrary account allows access to a Bookshelf. This Bookshelf provides the options to
There are no space limitations in the bookshelf feature and users may save as many titles as they choose, in effect, creating their own personal e-book library over time.