What is an eBook?
An ebook is an electronic version of a textbook. It allows the student the ability to access their textbooks via the internet, rather than having the physical textbook.
Can I return my eBook?
Once an ebook has been activated and downloaded it cannot be returned. If you purchased an ebook but have not activated and downloaded it, you may return it.
Can I download my eBook onto my computer?
Yes. The eBook may only be downloaded once to a single computer and a single user. Digital Rights Management does not allow eBooks to be shared.
What software do I need to use eBooks?
You will need Reader software to use your eBooks/eChapters. eBooks/eChapters are available in Adobe Digital Editions eBook or VitalBook Reader, both of which are free to download. AspenLaw Studydesk is another format available, this format uses the AspenLaw Studydesk Software which is available for purchase. You must have the appropriate reader to use your eBooks/eChapters.
Can I print my eBook?
Yes, however each publisher sets their own printing rules.
Will my eBook expire?
Most eBooks are valid and readable on your computer for a minimum of 12 months (expiration rules may vary by publisher) after your initial download from your online bookstore. Please note that a small number of titles do have 180 day expirations based on publisher set restrictions.