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How to use Ebrary eBooks on your mobile device (iPad, iPhone, etc)
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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

What is Ebrary?

Ebrary is an eBook provider. It has FHU Library's largest collection of eBooks: over 70,000 academic titles, with more being added every day.

What does the app work on?

Mobile devices running iOS 4.3 or higher (iPhone, iPad, etc) or Android 2.1 or higher.

You can always use Ebrary on the web too.

About the Ebrary App

We understand most people would prefer use an eBook on an iPad instead of through a computer monitor. Thankfully Ebrary has an app that makes it super easy to use FHU's collection of Ebrary eBooks on a mobile device. With the Ebrary app you can check out books - usually for a period of two weeks - and download them directly to your device.
• You can search for text across all your downloaded ebooks at once.
• It remembers your place within each book.
• You can copy and paste text from ebooks.
• Unlike physical library books, there's no fine if you forget to return an ebook - You just have to check it out again if you want it longer.
• Some ebooks may not be available for download, though most are.
• There is a limit to the amount of text you can copy and paste.

How to set up the Ebrary App

There are three main stages to setting up the app:

1) Link Ebrary to a Facebook account

Go to Ebrary
• Sign in (top right) with your FHU username and password
• Click My Settings (top right)
• Click the Facebook Log in button (middle of page)
• A separate window will open to let you log into Facebook
• Click the "Sign in with Facebook" button.
• This separate window will now close
• Your Ebrary page will now say "Account linked to Facebook"

2) Create an Adobe ID

• Go to Adobe
• Click Create An Adobe Account
• Fill out the form and submit it

3) Get the Ebrary app

• Search for Ebrary in the app store (there's only one)
• Install the free Ebrary app
• Use the Sign in with Facebook button and enter your Facebook credentials
• Enter your Adobe ID and password

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