An introduction to e-books at the EMU library.

Sage E-book Tips

  1. The Sage e-book page will have links to the chapters--you may have to look down the page for these. You can also download chapters as PDF files for personal use and these can be printed.
  2. Sage e-books don't have limits on simultaneous users, so you should never get a busy signal.
  3. If you want to save the e-book as a favorite in your browser, find the book in Esearch and save the Esearch record. The link you see at the top of the browser may not work at another time and place.
  4. If you have trouble logging in, the most common problems are:
    a. You may need to set your browser to accept cookies.
    b. If your EMU NetID password has expired, you may need to change your password.
  5. You may be able to get immediate help using the e-book from staff at the EMU Library Information Desk by calling 734-487-2445.

Logging in to use the e-book

If you are on campus, you don't need to login to access a Sage e-book. If if you are off campus,  you will be asked to log in with your EMU NetID.  If you aren't asked to log in, there may be an issue with the link you have to the book. In that case, try searching for the e-book in E-search (use e-book search provided below).

If you are asked to log in and your login doesn't work, you may need to update your NetID password (see Login Problems below).

To authenticate your browser needs to accept cookies. If you have trouble logging into the book, you may need to change browser settings to accept cookies.

Search for E-books in the Library

This search finds only the electronic books in the EMU Library.

Esearch logo  

Linking to the Esearch record

Permanent links provided in Esearch already include EZproxy information. Just select the Permanent Link next to the book title in the search results, and copy the URL:

Esearch permanent link example

Log-in Problems?

Using library online resources and databases from off-campus requires your EMU netID login and password.

Most Common Problem:

Other access problems?

Not a current EMU Student?

  • Use MeL Databases. These databases can be used by Michigan residents.