Welcome to the new E-books LibGuide! Each of FSU's e-book platforms has its own page with screenshots to help you download chapters, save notes on the text, and much more.
Each platform page contains a short description of the platform, a visual guide to accessing the features of each platform, information on personal accounts and usage restrictions, and links to support material from the platform.
See below for current news and known issues.
EBSCO e-books downloaded onto mobile devices aren't reliably opening in mobile apps. EBSCO is investigating the problem and recommends reading in the browser on mobile devices until the situation is resolved.
EBSCO Connect is EBSCO's new support site, featuring FAQ, training videos, news, and more for all EBSCO products. Use it to find information and answer questions about EBSCO e-books, EBSCO databases, and EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS), the discovery layer behind OneSearch.
The Safari Books Online page is no longer available since access to the content on that platform ended with 2018.
ACM Digital Library is now providing a preview of their new site design. for some pages, a pop-up saying "Check out a preview of the Next DL" will indicate pages available to the public in the new platform's beta site. The beta site is also available here. Every page on the beta site has a Feedback button in the bottom left corner.
In OneSearch, links to e-books from the eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) database now link directly to full text. Clicking on the title in OneSearch will bring you to the page seen in the How to Use the E-book tutorial on the EBSCOhost page of this LibGuide.
Taylor & Francis launched a new eBook Help Center. Click on the links at the bottom of the Taylor & Francis page to see the new sites for librarians and researchers.
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