Using eBooks on Learning Express
Learning Express has a collection of 200 electronic books (eBooks) available for you to view, download, save, and print. The eBook collection includes materials on a variety of topics, including:
- test preparation and exam guides,
- practice problems and exercises,
- interviewing tips and career tools
- and more!
The eBooks are available online as a PDF (Portable Document Format). These eBooks can be saved to your flash drive, emailed as an attachment, or viewed online. You may print a limited number of eBook pages within the library.
Viewing a List of eBooks in Learning Express
On the Learning Express home page, near bottom center, select the 'View Featured Resources' link
On the View Featured Resources page, select the 'Access a list of eBooks' link near top left
A list of available PDF eBooks will display.
Opening and Reading eBooks
You may search or browse for eBooks the same way you search for the online practice tests and lessons (see the Basic Navigation tab for more help).
When looking at the list of available resources for your topic - you can spot an eBook by looking at the purple and white to the left of the title. See an example in the picture below:
To read, print, or save an eBook -
- Click on the "Launch" button beside the book title.
- Your eBook will be begin to download at the bottom of your web browser. You will need to confirm your download. This means you will need to choose to open or save the eBook. If you are using Internet Explorer, your screen will look like this:
- If you are using a different web browser, your screen will look different. But, you will need to choose to "open", "keep" or "save" the eBook. These options will always appear the bottom of your web browser, when you click on the launch button.
Questions? Check out this video tutorial from Learning Express.
Remember, you can:
SAVE your eBooks to a flash drive or CD;
READ your eBook online at any time, from any computer with internet access;
EMAIL your eBook as an attachment (to yourself!);
PRINT up to 25 pages a day for free in the library.