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Last Updated: Sep 16, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

About Cambria Press eBooks Print Page

Going Mobile

What can you do on your iPad through the FHU Library?

What is Cambria Press?

Cambria Press is an eBook provider. We have a small collection of around 90 ebooks through Cambria Press, mostly revolving around globalization, technology, and education.

What mobile devices do the ebooks work on?

Mobile devices including iPads, Kindle Readers, Sony Readers, and Nook Readers.

You can always use Cambria Press eBooks on the web too.

About Cambria Press eBooks

Cambria Press lets you download any of the 90 ebooks that we subscribe to to your iPad, Kindle, Nook or Sony device. You can also simply download the pdf of any ebook for use on any device, with no expiration date.
• The simplest way to use these ebooks is the best: Just open the pdf version on your device and read it in a browser or save it to iBooks.
• It's also possible to transfer the ebook to your device in other ways, though they're more complicated. For iPads, it means downloading it on a computer with Adobe Digital Editions installed, then transferring it to your iPad via iTunes.

How To Read a Cambria Press eBook on an iPad

Here is the easiest way to use an eBook: open it as a PDF and save it in a book reading app like iBooks
1) Find an eBook
Go to Cambria Press in your mobile browser
• If you're off campus, you'll be asked to sign in with your FHU username and password
• Tap Show All to see all the eBooks available
• Find an eBook and tap the title
• On the resulting page, go to the Download tab and select Complete Edition
• Under Download Content For Computers, select Adobe PDF Inner Content
• The PDF will display in the browser
2) Save it to iBooks (optional, though you have to have iBooks or a similar app (like GoodReader) installed to do this part)
• With the eBook still displayed on the screen, tap the screen firmly but briefly
• After a brief tap, you'll see a button for Open in at the top of the screen
• Tap the Open in button and pick iBooks
• The eBook is now saved on your iBooks bookshelf

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