May I save a selection of titles?
Of course. Digitalia allows you to create your own lists, so you can save the contents you are interested in.
From your account, or from the right-hand menu, you can access to “My lists”.
There, you can create a “New list”, name it and even add a little description.
To add content to this list, browse the catalog by subject to look for the documents you are interested in, and select them by checking the box situated at the left of the title.
At this moment, it will appear a bar on the top, where you can choose at which list you would like to add the selected items, and save it.
What does my personal account allow me?
When your institution has access to Digitalia website, your personal account will be useful for you to:
How do I access the Digitalia eBooks that I have downloaded?
It's easy! Once you have your peronal account active, you will have the option in the article of view online with a pdf reader, an online flash reader and an option called: Download Adobe DRM. Press that last opton and you will be able to download until 5 ebooks at a time for a period of 15 days. You have to have a personal ID adobe account. If you want more information about it, please read the section: Download full documents.
Once they are downloaded, they will be stored in your Adobe personal account for 14 days. then the access will expire.
Can I share Digitalia eBooks?
Digitalia offers multiuser access within the library campus and very broad permissions to download ebooks within the IP Campus that has access.
Interlibray loans (ILL) are available only between institutions with license agreement with Digitalia. An institution without the license signed, would not have the legal necessary framework to use our ebooks.