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Downloading ebrary books to mobile devices: iPhones, iPads, and Android phones or tablets   Tags: downloading, ebooks, ebrary  

Step by step instructions are provided for downloading ebooks from the library's ebrary Book Collection. These instructions will work for downloading to iphones, ipads, Android phones and Android tablets.
Last Updated: Sep 21, 2014 URL: http://guides.stetson.edu/ebrary_iphone Print Guide RSS Updates

1. Getting started Print Page

Step 1: Connecting to the Stetson Network

If on campus, you must be connected to Stetson's Wi-Fi Network in order to access an e-book from the Library's ebrary collection. To connect your iphone device to Stetson's Wi-Fi network tap the Settings icon, open Wi-Fi and choose Stetson User 2.

Remote access is available. If you are working from an off-campus location you will need to follow the Off-Campus Database Access instructions below:


Step 2: Create your ebrary account

The Library's ebrary book collection contains more than 90,000 books. The ebrary database allows you to search and download the contents of e-books in the collection. Selections, chapters and/or page number ranges may also be downloaded and saved to an ebrary account that you create for this purpose.

To create your ebrary account you will need to access ebrary from the Library's homepage and follow the instructions below.

Step 3: Install Bluefire Reader and authorize your mobile device

In order to download an entire book from the ebrary database Bluefire Reader is required. Using your mobile device download the Bluefire Reader.

Once your Bluefire Reader is installed you will need to authorize your device with an Adobe ID.

This is a one-time operation.

Select the option to create an Adobe ID and follow the instructions.


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