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Ebooks @ NJIT: Getting Started

This guide provides information about ebooks and ebook collections @ NJIT

Finding eBooks at NJIT

Many eBook are downloadable for offline viewing to your laptops and other eReader devices.


 

 

Search:  Start by searching the online catalog . Selected ebooks from subscribed eBook collections as well as open access and freely accessible on the web are included.

Identify:  From the search results hit list, add a search filter "add filter: Electronic Books" filter or click on the book title for items listed as [electronic resource] or "Digital Resource" or "Free e-resource".

Access: Click on the "Linked Resources" link to view the full-text of the eBook.

ProQuest Ebook Central

Access to more than 155,000 electronic book can be read online or downloaded or transferred to an eReader.

Ebook
Central
 
Online Reading:
  • Accessing an eBook is considered as "Online Reading"
  • Online reader is compatible with all web browsers
  • Adobe Reader is required for copying or printing content
Download of the Entire Book or a Chapter:
  • Some downloaded eBooks expire after 24 hours
  • Limit of 10 eBooks checked out at a time
  • Printing is allowed. View book details for printing allowances
  • Copying of the whole page or text within a page is allowed

Installation of a free software Adobe Digital Editions is required to download ProQuest Ebooks for offline viewing.

Adobe Software

Adobe Digital Editions is required to download EBL e-books for offline viewing

[Adobe Digital Editions]

View Digital Editions supported eReader devices.

Adobe Reader is required to print and copy ebook content.

[Adobe Reader]

iPad/iPhone Software

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