Using LibCentral, admins can download lists of their library's DRM-Free owned and subscribed titles.

To download a list of DRM-Free owned titles:
  1. Go to the Title Report (LibCentral > Reports > Title Report)
  2. Under the heading "Access Models (owned or DDA)" check the box next to "DRM-Free (Unlimited)"
  3. Search
To export the list:
  1. Click the "export" button above the search results
  2. Enter your email address
  3. Under "purchase history," check the box "DRM-Free Owned" and leave the other default boxes checked
  4. Click the "Get Report" button
  5. If the report is not emailed to you within 1 hour, check your spam folder

To download a list of DRM-Free subscribed titles:
  1. Go to the Title Report (LibCentral > Reports > Title Report)
  2. Under the heading "Purchase Type," check the box next to "DRM-Free (Subscription)"
  3. Search
To export the list:
  1. Click the "export" button above the search results
  2. Enter your email address
  3. Under "purchase history," check the box "DRM-Free Subscribed" and leave the other default boxes checked
  4. Click the "Get Report" button
  5. If the report is not emailed to you within 1 hour, check your spam folder

To view owned titles available for an upgrade to DRM-Free access:
  1. Go to the Title Report (LibCentral > Reports > Title Report)
  2. Under the heading "Access Models (Owned or DDA)," select 1-user, 3-User, and Non-linear
  3. Under the heading "STLs, ATO or Non-Linear Loans", set "DRM Free Available for Sale" to "Available"
  4. Search
To export the list:
  1. Click the "export" button above the search results
  2. Enter your email address
  3. Under the heading "Availability," check the box "DRM Free Available for Sale" and leave the other default boxes checked
  4. Click the "Get Report" button
  5. If the report is not emailed to you within 1 hour, check your spam folder
Some titles owned with 1-user, 3-user, or Non-Linear access models can be upgraded to an Unlimited DRM-Free access model. Admins can use LibCentral to upgrade an ebook's access model.