If you can only see the first page of an eBook open in Adobe Reader, or a new PDF is opened each time you turn an eBook page, this is probably due to a setting in Adobe Reader (or your PDF reader.) To correct this, you should change your setting to open PDFs within your web browser's window. Follow these step-by-step instructions.
Up to 60 pages of an EBSCO eBook can be printed or saved per user as a PDF file from within the eBook Full Text viewer. See EBSCO's step-by-step instructions on printing and saving sections of an ebook. Follow device-specific instructions on the right to download entire ebooks.
Most of our ebooks are purchased with a single user license. You can return your ebook before the end of the checkout period to enable other SIUC users to access that title. Follow the simple steps on the EBSCO Support site .
These first four steps are required for all first time desktop users. These initial steps need to be completed only once.
Now you are ready to download ebooks to your desktop or laptop.
View the online tutorial to learn more.
These first four steps are required for all first time Apple and Android device users. These initial steps need to be completed only once.
Now you are ready to download ebooks to your Apple or Android device.
View an online tutorial from EBSCO Support.
Using Amazon's Send to Kindle options, you can send your saved EBSCO eBook pages in PDF formatto your Kindle device or Kindle app on iPhone or Android devices, or read them using Kindle for the Chrome browser. See EBSCO Support site for detailed instructions.