Answered By: Ann Marie Latini
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2024     Views: 162

Printing and downloading rules and procedures vary by publisher and platform. Some publishers permit full e-book downloads, while others do not.

Two of Rutgers' biggest e-book platforms are ProQuest Ebook Central and eBook Collection (EBSCOhost). On these platforms, books can be read online in your web browser, and many can also be checked out and downloaded for offline reading. Checking out and downloading a full book typically requires creating a ProQuest or EBSCOhost account and installing Adobe Digital Editions. For most books, a limited number of pages per book can be printed or downloaded in PDF form. Download permissions and the number of pages available for printing or download vary from book to book due to publisher restrictions.