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How do I return an e-book?

Last Updated: Sep 17, 2014  |  57 Views

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If you are accessing an e-book online and have not downloaded it, once you close the window, you will no longer be accessing it.  Often there is a slight delay in it begin available to other patrons, but you do not need to do anything else.

Once you actually download (check-out) the e-book the process varies slightly based on if you are using an e-reader or your computer.  You can wait for it to be due and it will automatically disappear from your computer or device.  If you finish with it before it’s due, you can return it early and make it available for other patrons.

If you have downloaded it to your computer using Adobe Digital Editions library, then you select the item, click on the pull-down menu, and choose “Return Borrowed Item.”

If you have downloaded it your tablet using Bluefire Reader, then you select the item, click on “Contents” at the bottom, then at the top choose “Item Info,” then at the bottom choose “Return Item.”

Please check out our E-Books research guide or contact the Research Clinic at 470-578-6325 if you have any problems or questions.

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