Ebook Collections

EBSCO

To make a new note, click on my notes and then click on the button that says “new note”. Your previous notes will also appear below this button. You can choose if you would like to arrange them by date or page. You can also use the note feature as a bookmarking tool if you would like to remember a certain page. You can either write a specific note, or simply make a note saying “bookmarked”.

notes and bookmarks

To export your list of notes, you can click on the “print list button” and print them out, or cancel printing, which will bring you to a list that you can copy and paste to a Word Document and save on your computer. You may also click on the folder icon on the top-right of the screen, and then select the notes that you wish to export. Then, you can decide if you want to print, email, or save the list as a file, and click on the corresponding icon on the right side of the page.

exporting notesexporting notes

exporting notesexporting notes

ProQuest

Click on the bookmark icon near the top of the right side of the page to bookmark a page. To see your bookmarks in the future, click on the star icon on the left side of the page. bookmarksbookmarks

To make a note, click on the paper sheet of paper icon near the top pf the right of the page. A box will appear where you can type up your note and hit save. To access your notes in the future, click on the star icon on the left side of the page near the table of contents. notes

notes

notes

Exporting notes:In the EBook, click on the bookshelf tab at the top of the right side of the screen. This will take you to a new page. Click on the icon of the three dots on the right side of your EBook description, and then click on “export notes”. A download will appear at the bottom left-hand side of your screen, which you may click on to access your exported notes in a notepad.

exporting notes

exporting notes

exporting notes

exporting notes


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