TAYLOR & FRANCIS
1. How many concurrent users can access book?DRM protected books: 1.
Other books: unlimited number.
2. Can I read the books using just my Web browser?
No (see question 9).
3. Can I print and copy the material?
On DRM protected books, online usage enables you to print a maximum of 30 pages per session and copy a maximum of 1,000 words per session.
4. Can I save the books?
Yes i.e. on a USB stick, in acsm file format. Reader software is required to open these files (see question 9).
5. Can I borrow the books and then read them offline??
Yes. Books are downloaded into a reader programme for the loan period. For DRM protected books the loan period is 3 days.
Other books can be downloaded for an unlimited amount of time.
6. Can I reserve material?
7. Can I use the books with my tablet or e-reader?
Yes. iPads and iPhones require free reader software (see question 9).
DRM protected books cannot be downloaded onto e-book readers, but unprotected books can.
8. Can I read the book I have borrowed on different devices?
9. Which reader software do I use on each device?
(Create Adobe ID account)
Desktop or laptop computer
iOS devices: iPad, iPhone
FileOpen Viewer (Play Store)
10. How do I install the reader software?
Normal installation process similar to most downloaded programmes.
11. How do I download a book into the programme?
The book is accessed automatically in the reader programme using the pdf links.
12. Other notes
DRM protected books can be accessed online a maximum of 120 minutes per session.
Some books have DRM restrictions. These are marked on the site with a small yellow DRM icon.
Library communications is coordinated by information specialist Tuulevi Ovaska.
for MORE INFORMATION
- Adobe Digital Editions
- Authorizing Adobe Digital Editions
- Bluefire Reader
- Checking Out and Downloading EBSCO eBooks
- ProQuest Ebook Central: Full Download
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