ebrary’s new reader is certified down to devices as small as tablets (not phones). Only the Detail Page is optimized down to phone-sized devices, so that an overview of the book can be obtained, and the user can download from there for offline use in Bluefire. If in a pinch, you do try to read online […]
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The new reader was designed from the beginning for a variety of digital access points. Knowing that today’s students prefer to use laptops and tablets to do their research, in the library or off campus, we optimized for these devices. We plan to have the new Reader certified on a variety of devices, from large […]
In the years since the ebrary mobile app was introduced, we have seen that patrons increasingly prefer to use one app that works across many products, and for the app to be optimized for their device. Therefore, the ebrary mobile app has been retired, and is no longer available from the App Store or the […]
ebrary books can be read online on nearly any device that runs a browser – this includes smart phones, tablets, etc. You can also use Bluefire on your devices to read books you’ve full-document downloaded to the device – and this reading can be done offline, without internet access.
The usual display of ebrary books (when reading them online in the ebrary reader) is not screen-readable. ebrary offers a special screen-readable “accessibility” mode for use with text-to-speech screen readers, such as JAWS, NVDA, or VoiceOver. ebrary “accessibility” mode is supported on computers (both desktop and laptop), but not on tablets or mobile devices. There are […]