The EBSCO Help page is designed to cover the features and functions of EBSCO eBooks on EBSCO interfaces. This includes how to search for and download eBooks.
Use these online tutorials to learn more about the EBSCOhost Academic E-book Collection. Tutorials were created by EBSCOhost.
My EBSCOhost Account
Why should you create a My EBSCOhost account? There are various advantages to creating a personal account with EBSCOhost:
EBSCOhost offers three different viewing options for downloading e-books:
E-books are available in PDF format -this option is accessible on most computers and devices, without additional software installation
(An Adobe ID is required to download and view e-books using Adobe Digital Editions and Bluefire Reader App. To learn more about Adobe ID or to get one, visit the My Adobe Account page. Then click on the "Don't have an Adobe ID?" link to get started.)
Adobe Digital Editions
|Additional Information about Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) program:
The following popular devices are compatible with Adobe Digital Editions. For a complete list, visit their Supported Devices website
BlueFire Reader App
To print (or save) eBooks pages as a PDF:
Note: eBook pages saved as a PDF can be transferred to, and read on eReader devices such as the Nook or Kindle. Consult your device's user manual for instructions on how to manually transfer files to the device.