Answered By: Mark Winek Last Updated: May 22, 2018 Views: 119
Depending on the publisher and provider of the e-book, your ability to do the following may be limited or completely restricted: use a book with other library users simulaneously; annotate or bookmark the book in your own account; print pages; download the book for use offline; download the book to a mobile device.
In using libary resources, including e-books, you are bound by policies, including, but not limited to:
- United States and international copyright law.
- Georgetown University's policies.
- Georgetown University Libraries' policies.
For more information about library e-books, please visit our E-Book Guide, where you can learn how to find e-books in our collection, download them for offline use, or transfer them to your tablet or e-book reader.