Ebooks are a rapidly changing (and occassionally complicated) format. While online articles are typically found as HTML web pages or PDFs that require no special software or knowledge to read, save, or print, ebooks can come in a variety of formats that can require installation of additional software, may expire within days, and could depend on continuous online connnections for access. Listed here are postings related to these special ebook requirements.
|Jan 18, 2015||Access to restricted library resources through VPN ending|
|Jul 18, 2013||Changes to network addresses in National Capital Region affects access to databases|
|Apr 02, 2013||VIVA's STEM-H ebook initiative provides access to hundred of new publications|
|Mar 31, 2013||Information on using ebooks and e-readers like Kindles and Nooks|
|Mar 28, 2013||Downloading ebooks may require additional software or creating an account|
|Mar 26, 2013||Start searches for ebooks in Summon (ebook records are being removed from Addison)|
|Aug 20, 2015||Finding textbooks in library collections|