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eBooks in the MacPhaidin Library: Using eBrary's online reader

Information about how to obtain e-books in the MacPhaidin Library

Using the eBrary Reader

Using ebrary's online ebook reader and its embedded tools, you can highlight, bookmark, and take notes online in library ebooks. In addition to annotation tools, ebrary also allows you to download ebooks to use offline, copy sections along with a citation to incorporate into your papers, search for specific words or phrases, and print small sections of titles

To use many of these features of ebrary, the first step is to create an account. To create an account, click on “Sign In” in the upper-right corner of any ebrary page, then select "Create an account"; Once you have an account, you can save titles to your bookshelf as well as take and save notes.

Watch this brief video for an introduction to some of the ebrary Reader's main features:

Here, you can see more about using ebrary's annotation tools:

And last but not least, this video shows you how to download an ebrary for offline reading:

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