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AOL USERS: For best results, ebrary recommends you download and install the ebrary Reader software PRIOR to using the ebrary site and also use Internet Explorer for a browser instead of the default AOL browser. The AOL browser does not always recognize the ebrary software. AOL users also should be using version 5.0 of the AOL software or newer.

download and install the ebrary Reader
(it's a one-time download) to read ebrary books
It's quick and easy--just follow the directions once you click on the SEARCH button
special instructions for Intel Mac users

Get the most out of your eBrary experience-- click here for a one page guide

Why use the ebrary eBook collection?

  • A growing collection of more than 13,000 books and 1,000+ historic and geopolitical maps, every page searchable and many of the titles are less than 2 years old.

  • Especially strong in key academic subject areas including Business & Economics, Computers, Technology & Engineering, Humanities, Life & Physical Sciences, and Social and Behavioral Sciences.

  • eBooks from more than 150 publishers, such as: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Random House, Penguin, Taylor & Francis, John Wiley & Sons, a variety of university presses...and more.

  • Features personalized bookshelves, annotation abilities, highlighting, etc. 5.

  • Users can print 5 pages at a time but no more than 40 pages per session.

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