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Everett Library subscribes to several collections of e-books which encompass a wide range of reading and scholarly material. Fiction, non-fiction, biographical information, academic works, and more are to be found within e-books today.
You don't need a handheld device of any kind - Kindle, Nook, iPad, smartphone, etc. - to take advantage of these collections; you can download them to your computer or email them to yourself. Faculty may also link directly to an e-book title from their web or Moodle pages.
Browse this guide to learn:
- What e-books collections Everett has to offer.
- The different options available with each collection.
- How to use and link to e-books for your classes.
- Some of the great free e-book collections available on the web.
An open e-book standard created by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). It features reflowable text, inline images and the ability to use Digital Rights Management (DRM) such as Adobe Digital Editions.
Amazon's propietary DRM restricted format.
A document sharing format created in the early 90s. It is best for highly formatted content and has the ability to use Digital Rights Management (DRM) such as Adobe Digital Editions.
A format primarily designed for PDAs and older mobile devices. Also used on the Kindle.
LRF, LRS, LRX are Sony's proprietary formats. They have been superseded by Sony's acceptance of epub as the default format in their ebook store.
Above information from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro's e-Books A-Z.