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Ebooks and Ereaders

The LCC Library offers both ereaders for check out and ebooks that can be downloaded to your computer or mobile device.

What ebooks are available to download to my own computer or device?

You can find more than 60,000 titles by searching the Library Catalog or by selecting one of the ebook collections that the Library subscribes to.

How do I view, print, and download an ebook using my own computer or device?

The process is different for every ereader and ebook provider. See the Ebook Collections webpage for more information.

How do I check out a Kindle ereader?

Just complete a Kindle request form to place a hold on the next available Kindle. You will be notified by email when the Kindle is available to check out.

What books are available on the Kindle ereaders? Can I request a purchase?

Each Kindle comes with preloaded books that have been selected by students, staff, and faculty members who have checked out a Kindle.

If you request a Kindle for check out, you can select one title for the Library to puchase (up to $20).

View the current title list »

Can a Kindle ebook be loaded on my personal device?

Because of Amazon restrictions, we can not put our Kindle books on your personal device.

Can I borrow an ebook from Summit or another library (Interlibrary Loan)?

Unfortunately publishers prohibit libraries from sharing ebooks.

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