eBooks published by CCH and LexisNexis in the areas of law and business.
Once logged in, you’ll be able to browse the range of eBooks available using the search bar, browse books panel and search filters. Or, use Monash Search to look for specific titles.
There is no need for additional software, there are many ways to customise how eBooks are displayed, and your eBooks are available even after you’ve disconnected from the internet.
To read an eBook you have selected through the browser reader, just follow these simple steps.
The browser reader offers a growing variety of features for users, including:
Search and Table of Contents
Click on Contents to use the ‘Search’ functionality and use the Table of Contents to navigate.
CCH eLending platform allows borrowers to borrow the eBook for up to 60 days, depending on the title selected.
Copyright applies to eBooks.
CCH permits the copying/printing of 10% of each eBook (standard fair use). For eBooks & journal articles the Copyright Act considers it 'fair' to copy/print a reasonable portion which is defined as 10% or one chapter if the work is a published edition of 10 pages or more; or 10% of the words if the work is in electronic form. This is automatically applied to the eBooks.
Once you have borrowed the eBook and are viewing it on the screen, select the chapter you would like to print. Then click on the print button within the browser, and select the pages to print:
To add a new highlight or Copy text, select a word (or sentence or paragraph) by holding and dragging your finger/cursor across the text. In the popup menu, select Highlight, then add notes or change the colour as desired. Press Save when complete. Any previous Highlights or Annotations can be reviewed by clicking on Bookmarks.
To Copy text follow the above procedure, click on Copy in the popup menu.
Check out your bookmarks/annotations at a later date by using the Bookmarks tab.
eBooks must be referenced and cited correctly if you refer to them.
Use the Referencing Style specified for your faculty.