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eBook Details

Quick facts on downloading, printing, and annotating ebooks from WUSTL collections and platforms.

ACLS Humanities E-Book

  • Users: User access is unlimited.
  • Printing Limits: Follows fair-use rights and restrictions for personal research use only. After choosing the "PDF" page view option for a title, 10 pages may be viewed and printed at a time.
  • Downloading: 10 pages may be downloaded at a time. ACLS is in the process of launching a handheld/mobile editions program. For a list of titles currently available in mobile-friendly formats,
  • Notes/Annotations: Not available.


  • Users: unlimited simultaneous users.
  • Printing Limits: Use your browser's print function to print an entire section at a time.
  • Downloading: Cannot download as pdf nor can download to ereaders.
  • Notes/Annotation: Does not have note/annotation feature.
  • eReaders:Not available to download to eReaders. However, the ARTFL Encyclopédie is available for download in iTunes.



  • NOTE: Links now forward to Taylor & Francis
  • Users Unlimited on campus or off-campus with WUSTL authentication
  • Printing limits; Downloading On chapter level, display, download, and print unlimited, for your own research or study.
  • Notes/Annotations You may use the highlighting and notes features of your content viewer.
  • eReaders Download PDF and use the file converter of your choice; CRCnetBASE Mobile allows pairing devices to WUSTL access.