How do I download an eBook from "eBooks on Demand"? Last Updated: May 03, 2017 Views: 99
eBooks can be downloaded for reading offline. You'll find the download button for each book you are reading within the "Download" tab in the Online Reader.
On your personal desktop or laptop, all downloaded eBooks are read via Adobe Digital Editions (ADE). To successfully download titles, please ensure you have this free software installed before downloading.
Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) is a separate application from Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader, and was designed specifically for reading eBooks. In order to download and read eBooks offline, you must first have ADE installed. You can download this software from the ADE website.
If you are working on a computer that is shared by others (for example, a PC in your library or elsewhere on campus), you should always choose to read eBooks online.
Once created, your personal Adobe Digital Editions library will always indicate the length of your offline access to a tile and if access to any titles in your personal library have expired.
If you need additional offline access to an expired title, you may download the title again from the Online Reader.
Downloaded titles may also be transferred to eBook readers and mobile devices that support Adobe Digital Editions. You can check if your device supports ADE. Via this site you will also find links to each device’s website, where you can find specific transfer instructions.
Additionally, you may download titles directly to your iPad or iPhone using the free Bluefire application. Please note, to download titles to your iPad or iPhone you are still required to have an Adobe Digital Editions account.
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