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Many of the ebooks available through the ECU Libraries collections are able to be read through an internet browser (like Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge) after logging in with your ECU credentials. To search for known titles, use the library's Online Journals and eBooks webpage. If you are looking for ebooks on a topic, please try One Search or the Library Catalog. If you would like assistance finding or accessing ebooks, please Ask a Librarian at Joyner Library or Laupus Health Sciences Library.
The ECU Libraries do not offer ebooks specifically for Kindles, Nooks, or other particular ebook reader brands, as there are too many types of e-readers to support. Instead, the ebooks we purchase are intended to be read on a desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and phones from an internet browser or downloaded for later reading in a software like Adobe Reader (or in a particular app on a smartphone or tablet). Some ebook providers may require you to create a free account with their site.
If you have an e-reader, smartphone, or other device that doesn’t support the software required by a site, you unfortunately will not be able to read the ebook on that device. If you are not able to read one of the ECU Libraries' ebooks on your device, you may request a print copy through the interlibrary loan service.