ProQuest Ebook Central is a huge and constantly growing multidisciplinary collection of eBooks. This collection is the Library’s largest collection of eBooks, and covers many of the subjects taught at Charles Sturt.
If you have the details of the eBook you need:
If you're accessing this eBook through your Readings and Resources list through your i2 site:
After you have completed a search for a title, whether via Primo Search, or directly in Ebook Central’s search box, you will come to the Book Detail’s Page. On this page you can see:
Your bookshelf in ProQuest Ebook Central keeps track of your downloads, loans and saved books, and lets you share them with others. Options available in your bookshelf include:
When you read online you have the option to Search within book above the expandable table of contents on the left hand side of the page.
You can use the Search within book function to search through the title with a keyword or phrase. You must use quotation marks to search for a phrase. The search function will highlight the pages your search term can be found on and you can click through to the page you want.
There are also a number of icons along the top of the page allowing you to interact with the book. Hover over each icon with your mouse to see its purpose:
To make sure you get what you need and enable others to access ProQuest ebooks we recommend you follow these steps:
You can download sections of the book in PDF format for offline use.
There is a limit to how much you can download in a 24-hour period and for some titles there is a limit to how many pages of the allowance you can print at a time.
This limit may differ between titles. The limit will reset after 24 hours.
To view the print allowances for your book, take a look at the Book Detail's Page.
Note: Some textbooks published by Wiley, Cengage and Oxford University Press will have no print, copy or download allowances. They are only available for read online.
To borrow and download full ebooks for offline reading you need to have ebook reading software installed on your computer. Not all titles are available for full download.
OpenDyslexic is a typeface that helps to alleviate some of the symptoms of dyslexia. To enable this in Ebook Central, follow these instructions:
Ebook Central is compatible with the latest version of screen reader and browser combinations as follows:
To get an Ebook Central title ready to be read by a screen-reading app, follow these tips:
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