Download, full document: Download entire document onto your computer as an e-book

To download an entire ebrary document onto your computer, thereby creating an e-book for temporary access, you need Adobe Digital Editions, a free software program.You can read and annotate downloaded e-books offline on your computer, and transfer them to supported devices.  You can have up to 10 ebrary e-books downloaded at a time.  Access periods (or you can return the download early):

7 days for single-user-only documents, if the library has chosen to allow this

14 days for multi-user documents; all subscription documents are multi-user

If it's your first time downloading a document onto your computer via Adobe Digital Editions:I. We recommend setting up Adobe Digital Editions on your computer before you start downloading from ebrary, see: Or you can do all the steps together:
  1. From your computer, go to your ebrary site
  2. If you aren't already, sign in to your personal ebrary accountThat is, click the "Sign In" button at the top right and sign in.  If you don’t already have a personal ebrary account, create one as described hereto-create-ebrary-account
  3. Find the book you want to download
  4. Click the "Download" button in list mode or while viewing the document
  5. Select option to "Download the entire document", Click OK
  6. Number of days e-book will be readable is displayed, Click "Download"
  7. If you haven't already done so, you will need to install Adobe Digital Editions at this point.
  8. Once Adobe Digital Editions is installed, choose Open with Adobe Digital Editions
  9. You'll be prompted to sign in to your Adobe account; if you don't already have one, click the button to create one

That's it!

Limitations on full-document downloading:Alternative: Download a specific chapter or page range as an image PDFSee: of ebrary's download options: