The Creighton Libraries own or subscribe to electronic books, or e-books, on a variety of different platforms. Major collections include ebrary and SpringerLink. E-books at Creighton are all available through the Library Catalog (CLIC).
How do I find e-books?
You will find e-books in the Library Catalog (CLIC), with the word Internet as the call number location. The easiest way to isolate e-books in CLIC is to select the material type "E-BOOK" when executing your catalog search.
Can I access e-books from off-campus?
Yes! When you enter the Library Catalog (CLIC) as a "Creighton User", you will be prompted to log in with your netID and password. You can then search and connect to your e-books from off-campus.
Can I print or copy e-books?
Yes, in most instances you may copy/paste portions of an e-book. You may also print up to five pages at a time. However, just as hard copy materials cannot be duplicated in full, copyright law also prohibits printing an entire e-book unless it is already in the public domain.
Can I download e-books to an iPad or other device?
Ebrary content can be downloaded numerous devices, including the iPad, iPhone, Kobo, Nook, and Sony Reader. Please see ebrary's Overview of download options.