EBSCO has a comprehensive guide to using their eBooks, including help with browsers and downloads. Some excerpts from that guide are below.
In order to download EBSCO eBooks, you must have Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer. You will also need to use Adobe Digital Editions to transfer an eBook to a supported portable eReader device.
Adobe Digital Editions is a free download available at this link: http://www.adobe.com/products/digital-editions/download.html
EPUB has become the industry standard format for delivering eBooks, because it enables publishers to create books that behave more like web content.
EPUB titles are often embedded with links to help the user navigate between sections, from the index to the relevant pages, and out to the open web.
To learn more about EPUB format and the difference between EPUB and PDF format, see the following FAQs:
|ProQuest is another major e-book vendor for CTU. See Ebook Central Help for assistance with their platform and view the videos below for an introduction.|
Using the ProQuest E-book Central Reader