Using eBooks

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    When you open up an eBook for the first time, you'll be given the option to tour the menus and its tools: 

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    You can re-open this tour at any time by selecting this icon in the top right hand corner: 

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    You can switch between 'Print view' and 'Interactive view' using the menu on the right hand side of the screen:

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    Print view features include:

    • Search - you can search for key terms within your eBook
    • Table of Contents
    • Activity Log - you can see a list of any annotations/highlights you have made
    • Resources - you can see a list of resources linked to this eBook
    • Image Gallery - you can surface all the images found in the eBook
    • Flashcards - you can access and play through any Revision Cards you have made

     

    Interactive view features include:

    • Search - you can search for key terms within your eBook
    • Table of Contents
    • Activity Log - you can see a list of and edit any annotations/highlights you have made
    • Bookmarks - you can see all your bookmarks, selecting one will take you to that page
    • Resources - you can see a list of resources linked to this eBook
    • Image Gallery - you can surface all the images found in the eBook, selecting one will take you to that page
    • Flashcards - you can access and play through any Revision Cards you have made

     

    In the interactive view you will be able to made annotations, highlight work, add links and so on.mceclip0.png

     

    You will also be able to use the text-to-speech feature, using the hand icon to decide where your audio begins:

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    Please note: we would recommend adjusting your interactive view settings to enable vertical scroll 

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