About EBSCO Ebooks
Provides the full-text of thousands recently-published books from selected academic and commercial publishers, as well as the full-text of a large number of older works in the public domain. (Formerly known as NetLibrary). Go to EBSCO Ebooks.
If you are having trouble locating or accessing an ebook:
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Printing and Downloading in EBSCO
EBSCO eBooks can be viewed from any browser and read online.
The print limit for most EBSCO ebooks is 60 pages though some publishers may limit this further. To print, first navigate to the chapter you are interested in and then click on the Printer icon on the right side of the page. A dialog box similar to the one displayed below will pop up allowing you to print from a PDF.
Creating an image PDF of a specific chapter or page range
For most books you can download a segment of a book (60 pages or fewer, though in some cases more) as a PDF to keep; alternatively, you can choose to download a single chapter. If the chapter's length exceeds 60 pages, you'll get an error message—in that case, select a 60-page range from the chapter in the Download dialog.;
- Navigate to the chapter you wish to download
- Click on the Save Pages in the bar at the top of the page
- A box will appear that will allow you to Save Pages to PDF
- Click on Save PDF and you will get an option to save the PDF to your computer or device.
Please note: At this time, downloading of full EBSCO ebooks is not available at Cornell.
For further help see: EBSCO help pages