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Last Updated: May 29, 2014 URL: http://researchguides.lawnet.fordham.edu/ebooksatfordhamlawschool Print Guide RSS Updates

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Contact For Help

For help registering an EBL account or accessing EBL titles, please contact Jacob Sayward, Head of Electronic Services, at sayward@law.fordham.edu or 212-930-8882.

 

EBL Downloads

To download an EBL title, you must already have the ebook open online. Then, find the "Download" tab on the left-hand side bar next to the Table of Contents:

You may be prompted to choose a format or loan time.

See our page for downloading to a tablet or other device.

 

Viewing an EBL Ebook

After clicking on an EBL title in Fordham Law's catalog, you will most likely be prompted to log in with your EBL username and password: If you do not have an EBL account, click the "Create New Account" link. Be sure to register with your Fordham Law email address. You will receive a confirmation email that you must click before you may log in (please check your Junk Mail/Spam folder if you do not receive the confirmation email).

After you successfully log in with your EBL account, you should be brought to EBL's "Details" page for the ebook: Click the "Read Online" link in the lower left to view the ebook in your browser:

You will then be brought inside the ebook. You can scroll from page to page or click on a section in the Table of Contents (on the left-hand side of the screen) to jump ahead:

If at any point you're prompted with the message that your browsing time "has elapsed," simply click "Yes" to continue reading the ebook if that is what you desire:

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You can copy and print portions of your ebook by clicking on the appropriate buttons at the top or left-hand side of the screen:

Borrow the book to copy or print

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