Answered By: James Allen Last Updated: Feb 16, 2017 Views: 191
The precise functionality of an e-book depends upon the platform on which you access it.
Downloading a e-book may be useful so that you can read it off line, without having to be connected to the internet.
You can download e-books in PDF format with no restrictions on a number of platforms including
- Cambridge Books Online
- University Press Scholarship Online
- Palgrave Connect
- Science Direct
- Springer Link
- Wiley Online Library
Most e-books from Taylor & Francis can be downloaded with no restrictions, but some individual books do require a plug-in to be installed on your PC. The site explains this to you where necessary. For more information, see their help pages.
Some sites do add some restrictions, or Digital Rights Management, to the files that you can download, and may require additional software to be installed. For more details, please click on the platform names below :
Why are there limits on the amount of time you can download an e-book for? See here