Any article that in PDF format can be read on your tablet or eReader. For instructions detailing how to put it on your specific device, click the "Getting the File Onto Your Device" tab for instructions.
The eBook provider, eBrary, has made their ebooks downloadable for use offline on computers, as well as for use on eReaders and Tablets. Their program offers two different ways of downloading eBooks:
- Parts of eBooks may be downloaded in PDF format.
- One may choose to download individual chapters, or specific page ranges no longer than sixty pages.
- These sections do not expire, and you can save them on your device indefinitely.
- Whole eBooks may be downloaded in the Adobe Digital Editions format (ACSM).
- The Adobe Digital Editions format is not compatible with Kindles at this time, so Kindle users will need to use the PDF method.
- Some ebooks are not available for download as a whole book, but the PDF instructions for parts of the book will still work for them.
- eBooks downloaded in their entirety will last on your device for a seven day checkout.
IMF eLibrary eBooks
The IMF eLibrary provides access to pubilcations by the International Montetary Fund (IMF).
- eBooks available on the IMF eLibrary are always available in PDF format.
- Newer titles are also available in EPUB and MOBI(Kindle Compatible) formats
- There is no page limit on downloads
- There is no need to sign into a personal account to download a title
- The loan period is unlimited
- After downloading the document, follow the instructions on the tab corresponding to your device to put the file onto your tablet or eReader.
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