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Need more information on how to download and use the Law Library's eBook collections? We're here to help!
Last Updated: Nov 21, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Law Library eBook Collections

The Law Library's eBook collections are available free to law students on and off campus. For more information on how to use your student ID to access titles off campus, check out this guide.




    Free Public eBooks


    eBook Myths

    All eBooks can be downloaded

    Publishers may place restrictions on eBooks which prevent them from being downloaded.  Sometimes they allow the whole book to be downloaded and other times you are limited to a certain number of pages.   

    You need an e-reader to view eBooks

    eBooks can be viewed on iPads, smartphones, computers, tablets, or other devices which have the appropriate software.

    All eBooks can be printed

    Publishers can limit the number of pages printed from an eBook.

    Example: Most eBooks in Ebrary allow a maximum of 60 pages printed per day.  Some publishers though, have set a more restrictive printing limit for their books in Ebrary.


    Common eBook File Formats

    Cover Art
    A free and open standard eBook file format, adopted by the International Digital Publishing Forum.

    Cover Art
    Kindle Format 8
    Proprietary DRM restricted file format for Amazon Kindle.

    Cover Art
    File format used for some PDAs as well as the Kindle

    Cover Art
    A file format created by Adobe.
    PDFs are widely supported by most eBook readers and smartphones.


    LawGuide credits

    Portions of this guide were borrowed from James Rider at Yavapai College Library


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