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Downloading books enables you to use them when you are working offline. This page is an overview of how to download an entire book (or document). Please remember that some collections will NOT allow you to download their eBooks.
Many eReaders allow you to transfer a PDF file onto the reader. Also, creating an Adobe Digital Editions account allows you to download books from many public libraries or other sources. There are also Apps that allow users to read eBooks.
Please contact a librarian with any specific questions for downloading eBooks.
Listed below are guides and instructions for downloading eBooks from specific collections.
Directions for downloading ebrary eBooks to an iPad or Android device.
Directions for downloading EBSCOhost eBooks to an iPad or Android device.
Checking out eBooks makes them unavailable to others. Please refrain from checking out eBooks for longer than needed.
Many eReaders can use PDF files. This is similar to moving a file from your computer onto a flash drive. Here are some basic instructions to download a PDF and transfer it to your eReader
Besides Kindle, many eReaders can use Adobe Digital Editions to access eBooks. Also, many public libraries use Adobe Digital Editions to check out their eBooks.
Here are directions to install Adobe Digital Editions on your PC or MAC:
Some eReader devices, such as Android and iPad/iPhone/iTouch, can use apps to access eBooks. Listed below are some available apps.