Answered By: E-library Team Last Updated: 29 Oct, 2018 Views: 343
Only where the publisher permits. You can download short sections such as chapters and, where the publisher permits, whole ebooks onto your own device from several of our e-book platforms:
- Cancer Handbook published by Wiley
- DawsonEra - about 1,000 titles
- eBooks on EBSCOhost - a few hundred titles
- eDuke Scholarly Books - about 2,000 titles
- Emerald business series and social social science series - about 1,200 titles published up to 2011
- Encyclopedia of risk analysis and assessment published by Wiley
- Encyclopedia of Social Measurement published by Gale
- ICE Virtual Library - 4 titles
- IEEE Xplore (IEEE-MIT Press, Morgan & Claypool, Wiley-IEEE) - about 1,300 titles
- IET - about 100 titles published up to 2013
- InfoSci books - 26 titles
- ProQuest Ebook Central - more than 10,000 titles (including more than 8,000 titles transferred from MyiLibrary)
- Safari Techbooks (various publishers) - 50 titles
- SAGE Knowledge Business & Management, SAGE Research Methods - nearly 400 titles
- ScienceDirect - about 500 titles published up to 2008
- Springer Link - about 11,000 titles (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, or Mathematics only)
- Westlaw - 11 titles
- Worldmark Encyclopaedia of Cultures and Daily Life published by Gale
eDuke, Emerald, Gale, IEEE, IET, InfoSci, SAGE, ScienceDirect, Springer, Westlaw, Wiley: you may download a DRM-free PDF file. You may keep a copy for your personal use but you must destroy the copy when you leave Brunel. Use Adobe Reader DC to read the content.
Dawsonera: if permitted, the download is a PDF file, only accessible for up to 24 hours. Use Adobe Reader DC to read the content.
eBooks on EBSCOhost: you may email yourself a DRM-free PDF of a short range of pages. You may keep a copy for your personal use but you must destroy the copy when you leave Brunel. Use Adobe Acrobat Pro DC to read the content.
ProQuest Ebook Central: you may download a DRM-free PDF of a chapter or short range of pages within the limits stipulated by the licence. You may keep a copy for your personal use but you must destroy the copy when you leave Brunel.
Use Adobe Acrobat Pro DC to read DRM-free content (see 2 steps below - download and choose save or open with Adobe Acrobat Pro DC).
You have access to several copyright resources through the e-Library and your use is governed by copyright law and licensing regulations and by additional terms and conditions set by the copyright owners or their agents. You must ensure that your use complies with these as well as the Brunel Acceptable Computer Use Policy.
Use of resources is for your personal educational use only. For information on permitted uses of copyright material for learning and teaching, see our copyright advice web pages.