DiMenna-Nyselius Library provides access to over 900,000 ebooks and counting. Most of these ebooks are provided by four major vendors, so using them will differ depending on who created the ebook.
If you have already found an ebook and are looking at this guide for information on how to use it, look at the top of the ebook page for a logo, which will tell you which platform you are currently on. If your ebook doesn't look like any of these, use the chat box on the left side of this page to ask a Librarian for help
You can read an eBook in many different ways, but not all options will be available for all books.
The front page of a book will look different depending on which platform is hosting the eBook you're reading. Below are some examples (it will cycle through the examples automatically, but you can swipe through using the arrows on either side of the image).
One of the great things about using eBooks is that you can easily search within them instead of having to use the index like in a traditional book. The method for searching within an eBook varies depending which platform it's on, but usually the basic method goes like this:
Again, the method of searching within an eBook will vary depending on where the book is hosted. Here are some examples (it will cycle through the examples automatically, but you can swipe through using the arrows on either side of the image):