Answered By: Library Systems
Last Updated: Mar 07, 2018     Views: 12

Hello!

The answer to this question is yes and no. :)

  • NO - There are times when our catalog shows we have an eBook and the link is available, however, when you click on it, the webpage states that it isn't accessible or needs to be purchased. In this case, it means that the eBook was incorrectly selected in our system. Please send the title of the eBook (and the ISBN if possible), to lib-systems@fuller.edu. We will correct this in our system and try to purchase the title as an eBook. 
  • NO - Sometimes, we purchase an eBook, and the link doesn't work (a blank page pops up or there is an error message). Please send the title of the eBook (and the ISBN if possible), to lib-systems@fuller.edu. This is an error on the vendor's side and we need to make them aware of the problem and have them correct it immediately. 
  • YES - Our different eBook platforms (Oxford, Cambridge, EBSCO, ProQuest) may require you to create your own account to view eBooks completely. Your Fuller ID doesn't work on these sites. 

 

 

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