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A User Account may refer to the account the institution has with Inforbase to access Infobase eBooks, or alternatively, it can refer to a My Bookmarks account where students/patrons can save bookmarks.
A Title URL is a free-standing, persistent URL that links to a specific Infobase eBook. Every title in the Infobase eBooks catalogue has its own individual Title URL.
Section of the eBook Viewer where the page backround, font style and font size can be altered to suit your reading preference. This feature is only available for EPUBS.
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format used to represent documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. Each PDF file encapsulates a complete description of a fixed-layout flat document, including t...
A Page URL is a free-standing, persistent URL that links to a specific page in an Infobase eBook. Each page of every book in the Infobase eBooks catalogue has its own individual page URL. EPUBS however do not use pages, as such page urls do not exist f...
My Bookmarks is a feature that allows the storage of bookmarks. In EPUBS, you can bookmark chapters or sub-chapters. IN PDF/HTML versions, pages are bookmarked.
MLA stands for Modern Language Association, and refers to that organization's standard for formatting citations.
The alternate to Detailed View, List View shows ebooks titles and a "show details" dropdown with more information.
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) documents are comprised of HTML elements, which are made up of tags, attributes and content. These three components are what tell a web browser how to display a web page to the visitor, including what fonts to use, col...
EPUB (short for electronic publication) is an open e-book standard by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). EPUB has greater flexibility than our PDF and HTML eBook versions. Our guides that are ePubs will reflow the pagination and display ba...
Portion of the screen where an eBook is displayed for reading, with controllable options above and on the side.
A Direct URL is the reference to a Chapter URL and/or Title URL of an Infobase eBook.
Displays a word's definition including its syllabication, pronunciation, function, etymology and citation information.
The Available Titles default thumbnail view shows ebooks covers, titles, authors, series (when applicable), format, published date and a "show details" dropdown with even more information.
The Content Widget is a feature that allows Infobase eBooks Administrators the ability to embed a custom range of Infobase eBooks titles into any HTML page.
CMS stands for Chicago Manual of Style, and refers to that organization's standard for formatting citations.
A Chapter URL is a free-standing, persistent URL that links to a specific chapter of an Infobase eBook. Every chapter of ebooks in the Infobase eBooks catalogue has its own individual Chapter URL.
Authentication refers to the process by which the Infobase eBook platform confirms your identity and verifies whether or not access is to be granted. Infobase eBook employs several different means of authentication, such as username/password, IP, and r...
APA stands for American Psychological Association, and refers to that organization's standard for formatting citations.