DRM—Digital Rights Management
DRM is a technological means to protect files from being copied illegally. The eBook Collection uses DRM to protect any eBooks downloaded from the system. This means students will only be able to use the downloaded PDF file for themselves. This page shows how to access protected PDF files.
Click here for more details about DRM.
|What is the eBook Collection?
The eBook Collection is a library of hundreds of books available for students to search, browse, and read. This tool is available to all University of Phoenix students as a part of rEsource—our platform for the delivery of electronic course materials.
The Collection contains books covering many different fields including management, business, technology, education, and health sciences.
How will you know if the eBook Collection is used in your class?
If your course used PDF files for class readings, the links on the rEsource page may have looked like this:
If the eBook Collection is being used, the links now look like this:
The majority of all University of Phoenix courses use the eBook Collection. Look for the icon on your course rEsource page to know if eBook Collection is used for your course readings.
Every rEsource course page has a link to the eBook Collection. Students can always access the hundreds of titles on the site by clicking this link.
Q: Why have we switched to the eBook Collection?
Q: Do I have to read on the computer?
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Q: Are there additional charges?
Q: Do I need new software?