How will I come across EBL ebooks at Moore College?
- By searching the catalogue – the EBL ebook entry will include this:
- ONLINE Access EBook from EBL
- To locate all of our EBL titles, search “ebl” as a keyword within a General search.
- A limited number of Set Readings in Myrrh have a direct link to the EBL ebook.
On the lefthand side of the next screen, there are options to "Read Online" or "Download". Choose the "Read Online" option.
Read Online option
- You have ten minutes to browse the ebook without formally checking the ebook out.
- In this Browsing option there is no provision to print or copy any part of the ebook . If you want to print or copy, you will be asked to check the book out.
- A title may be browsed once by the same user in any 24 hour period.
- You will be told when the ten minutes of browsing time has elapsed.
- If you wish to keep reading, check the ebook out and continue to read online using the EBL Online Reader.
- The loan period for online lending is one day. You may access the same title within a 24 hour period as part of the one 24 hour loan period.
- The Download option allows the user to download the ebook to their own computer, ipad, iphone for reading offline.
- This option provides unlimited access to a Moore College EBL ebook for a maximum of 7 days.
- Adobe Digital Editions is required when downloading the ebook to a Windows based mobile device . http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/
- BlueFire Reader http://www.bluefirereader.com/ is required to read all EBL ebook downloads on Apple iphones and ipads and Android devices. You will need also an Adobe login and password http://www.adobe.com/
Printing and copying from an EBL ebook
- The standard amount of the EBL ebook that is allowed to be printed is 20% of the total pages of the ebook per user. Sometimes permissions in excess of this are granted by the publisher.
- The standard amount of the EBL ebook that is allowed to be copied or pasted is 5% of the total pages of the ebook per user. Sometimes permissions in excess of this are granted by the publisher. The EBL reader tracks your use of printing and copying – if you attempt to exceed the printing limits you will be locked out of being able to print altogether.