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What are eBooks?
- Electronic books (eBooks) are book-length publications in digital form.
- They can be read online or checked out and read offline on computers and mobile devices.
Download to Computer/Laptop
You need to create an account with EBSCOhost to download electronic books into your mobile devices to read them offline.
How to Create a folder account with EBSCO:
- Click the Sign In link in the top toolbar of EBSCOhost.
- From the Sign In to My EBSCOhost screen, click the Create a new account link.
- The Create a New Account Screen Displays with Personal Account entered in the Account Type field.
- Fill in the fields on the Create a New Account Screen. When your have completed the fields, click Continue.
- If all the information was accepted, a message appears that provides your username and password. Click OK. You will automatically logged in as a personal user. You should note the user name and password you created so you can log in at a future session.
- You need a reader app to be able to read electronic books in your mobile devices, EBSCOhost uses Adobe Digital Editions. This free software can be downloaded at https://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions
How to Download an eBook from EBSCO:
- Click the Download (Offline) link for the eBook you would like to downlad.
- Select a Checkout period from the drop-down menu and click the Checkout & Download button.
- The eBook is added to the Checkout area of the folder, accessible from the upper-right corner of the EBSCOhost interface. If your are not logged into your My EBSCOhost folder, you are prompted to do so.
- Select Open with or Save file from the resulting dialog box.
- If you select Open with, your eBook is opened with Adobe Digital Editions.
- If you select Save file, the eBook is saved to your computer and can be opened with Adobe Digital Editions at a later time.
- When a downloaded eBook is opened, it is displayed in Adobe Digital Editions.
For more information, tutorials and steps to transfer eBooks to your mobile device, plese refer to the EBSCO eBooks Libguide, and/or e-Readers, Tablets, Smartphones, and e-Resources Libguide.
eBooks from Catalog
The Low-Carb Baking and Dessert Cookbook by
Publication Date: 2004-09-20
Over the last few years, low-carb dieting has gone hugely mainstream, with low-carb diet books perennially perched atop bestseller lists and low-carb packaged foods proliferating on supermarket shelves. However, while they may not include flour and sugar, few of today's low-carb products actually resemble the foods they are meant to replace.
United States of Cakes by
Publication Date: 2015-03-10
World-Class pastry chef, Roy Fares, has traveled to many countries throughout his journey to perfect the art of baking. But of all the places his adventures took him, Los Angeles struck a particular chord, inspiring him to experiment with the many classic pastry recipes he sampled there. United States of Cakes is a compilation of his favorite classics, all featured with his own unique twist.
Sweet Carolina by
Publication Date: 2009-10-15
Crisscrossing her home state of North Carolina over the course of six tasty years, Foy Allen Edelman visited families in their own kitchens and communities and discovered a treasure trove of delicacies. Sweet Carolina offers the recipes for more than 220 of these confections, along with their cooks'equally flavorful reminiscences, tips, and instructions for successfully creating desserts and candies that are bound to become favorites all over again in the Old North State and beyond.
Out of Kentucky Kitchens by
Publication Date: 2010-09-29
Good food is as much a part of the Kentucky heritage as fine horses and bourbon whiskey. And nowhere is Kentucky's traditional cuisine better presented than in Out of Kentucky Kitchens by Louisville's own Marion Flexner. First published in 1949, the book has been popular with cooks and cookbook collectors ever since. A highly skilled hand in the kitchen, Marion Flexner compiled a representative gathering of delicious, thoroughly tested recipes of Kentucky specialties, many of them'heirloom'items given to her by friends and acquaintances. Colorful anecdotes about famous Kentuckians, hostesses, and cooks spanning 100 years accompany the recipes, taking the reader on a journey through Kentucky's culinary history and society. With this authentic Kentucky classic, cooks of older and newer generations can once again have a regional culinary guide that is a delight to use and read.