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eBook Platforms: EBL

TUC Library offers eBooks on numerous platforms, which all have their own features and quirks. Use this guide to help figure out how to use eBooks on the different platforms.

EBL Basics

ebrary merged EBL eBooks in August 2017 to create eBookCentral.  TUC has access to thousands of eBooks on the eBookCentral platform that were originally in EBL.

Some titles are single-user only, and some titles can have unlimited use.

You can find eBooks by searching the Library Catalog, searching eBookCentral, or searching ProQuest (look for your results in a separate tab).

Viewing and Downloading EBL eBooks

EBL eBooks are now available on the eBookCentral platform and can be read online in your browser. You can click on links to particular chapters or use the arrows to navigate.

To access ebooks on the eBookCentral platform you must first self-register for an account (not the same as your network login or library barcode).

Downloaded eBooks can be read on a computer using Adobe Digital Editions, or on a mobile device using a reader such as Bluefire.

Portions of the book may be printed (no more than 20% of the book at a time).