All ebooks can be downloaded
Publishers may place restrictions on ebooks which prevent them from being downloaded. Sometimes they allow the whole book to be downloaded and other times you are limited to a certain number of pages.
You need an e-reader to view ebooks
Ebooks can be viewed on iPads, smartphones, computers, tablets, or other devices which have the appropriate software.
All ebooks can be printed
Publishers can limit the number of pages printed from an ebook.
Example: Most ebooks in Ebrary allow a maximum of 60 pages printed per day. Some publishers though, have set a more restrictive printing limit for their books in Ebrary.
All ebooks are free
The library arranges for the purchase and subscription of our e-book collections. Access is permitted for all current faculty, staff, and students. Free eblooks are available through other sources.These can complement the MU ebook collections.
Check area public and state-wide libraries for additionial ebook selections. Marshall faculty, staff, and students are eligible to obtain borrowing privileges at the Cabell County Public Library.
Make the most out of Marshall ebooks. View the Ebooks@ Marshall LibGuide for instructions on using ebooks on a variety of devices. Remember that many of our ebooks can be used anytime and anywhere and you never have to worry about overdue fines!
Thanks to Yavapai College for allowing us to freely use the content from their Ebooks LibGuide