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How to use ebrary ebooks for research and teaching, written for both students and faculty.
Last Updated: Jun 13, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.bloomu.edu/ebrary Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Create an ebrary account

If you're on-campus, you can create a free account in ebrary by clicking on the Bookshelf tab or link, using either your Lib# or HuskyID username/password. If you're off-campus, you'll be asked to first login.

If you are logged into your account, you can use all of the ebrary features:

  • Bookshelf         
  • InfoTools
  • Note-taking
  • Highlighting

           

      
     

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    What is ebrary?

     is a collection of over 70,000 electronic books.  This collection is available to Bloomsburg University students, faculty and staff.  Search the complete collection or within a single book.  Create a personal ebrary account and you can bookmark and highlight passages, add notes and have a personal bookshelf.

    Use the tabs at the top of the page to learn more about various ebrary features.

    The ebrary training video is an excellent place to start and get a complete overview:

     

      Accessing ebrary

     You can access ebrary by going directly to the ebrary database  on the library home page.

    OR by searching the PILOT, the library catalog .  When searching PILOT for ebooks enter keywords such as 'business plan,' then search. 

    Next, select the Post Limits button at the top of the page.             

    On the next page, at Location, select InternetEbrary, InternetEbraryKLN, and InternetEbraryOwn, and then Set search limits.

     

     

    Credits

    Published by Linda Neyer, Research Librarian, adapted from a guide developed by Donna L. Page, Assistant Director, User Services, Regina Library, Rivier College, Nashua, NH.

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