of ebrary can now view a document in QuickView by simply clicking on the
title name or image of the e-book. This option does not require
the installation of the ebrary reader browser plug-in.
Printing is available by selecting the InfoTools button near the top
left side of the document. However, to copy and paste; highlight; or make notes, the book must be opened
in ebrary reader by clicking on the ebrary reader button.
Important: Users of Library Computers
MUST use Internet Explorer to access ebrary books through ebrary reader. You will be
prompted to install ebrary reader after clicking the ebrary reader
Please follow these installation instructions.
Users accessing ebrary from a personal computer may install ebrary
reader on the on the following browsers. Click on your desired
browser for installation instructions:
now integrates with
RefWorks and EndNote for easy
citation management. End-users may choose to enable
RefWorks, EndNote, or both under "My Settings." Once
enabled, these options appear under the new InfoTools
menu in QuickView, as well as in search results and
ebrary is a collection of around 250 electronic books
provided by Felix G. Woodward Library. The content for this
collection covers a wide variety of subject areas and all the titles
within this collection can be searched simultaneously. Access is
provided to these titles through the "Search ebrary" link above as well
as through the library's online catalog.
NOTE: To use this web site you must have
browser cookies enabled. If you have pop-up blockers installed, you may
need to turn them off for "site.ebrary.com",
"ebrary.com", and "primis.ebrary.com"
or the site may not function properly.
There is no time
limit for reading an ebrary book. However, if another user wants to use
the book and places it in their queue, it will be passed on to the next
user in the queue after 15 minutes of inactivity.
(Being active means turning pages, doing
full-text searches, making notes, etc).
Viewing books through ebrary requires the use of the ebrary Reader.
You will be prompted to install this free software after clicking
on an ebrary title. If you prefer, it may also be downloaded and
installed by clicking on the ebrary reader icon:
Click here for ebrary Reader system requirements
On campus users may sign-up for a personal account
and create a bookshelf of favorite titles. These optional services
available to off-campus users.
There are several advantages to creating your Personal Bookshelf:
- Bookmark - Add books to
your Personal Bookshelf and access
- Highlight - Make and
save highlights in books you are
- Notes - Make and save
your own notes in books you are
For help using
ebrary, training videos and user guides
are available at