The cover, title, author(s), and bibliographical information are at the top of the page.
On the right are links to WorldCat and Google Books.
The table of contents is displayed in the panel on the left.
The currently selected chapter is highlighted.
To move to any other chapter, click on its title.
You have the option to view or hide the front and end matter by clicking [+]Front matter or [+]End Matter.
SmartNav is a graphical representation of the contents of the current book. The section you are currently looking at is highlighted in dark grey.
Move the mouse over the SmartNav tool to move within the text. Click on any section to begin your research.
Scroll through the text in the usual way.
To search for a term within a book:
1. Type or paste the term you want to find in the Search box.
2. Click or press Enter.
3. The chapters containing matching results are listed.
4. Click on any chapter to open it.
Cross-references to other pages or parts of a book are displayed in blue. Click on the link to go to one.
Footnote numbers, bibliographical entries, internet links, etc. are highlighted in blue. Follow a link by clicking on it.
To download a pdf of the chapter, click Download chapter (pdf). It is displayed in your pdf viewer and saved to your local files.
To download Adobe PDF Reader please click here.
To print the current chapter, click . A printable version is displayed in your browser which can then be printed or saved.
To save the current chapter, click , and follow the instructions given.
Click to display a page containing a citation to the current chapter. You can choose from the formats: MLA, APA, and Chicago. The citations can be cut and pasted directly into academic work.
You may export citations to personal citation management programs in the following formats: EndNote, ProCite, ReferenceManager, RefWorks, BibTex, and Zotero (BibText).
To send an email link of the current chapter, click . Fill in the details as appropriate. The email will contain a link to the current chapter only, which will be valid for the next two weeks.
To share a link to the current book or chapter on a social bookmarking site (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Googlemail, etc.), click and choose one of the options.
To switch between standard (default) and large chapter text use the buttons.
Use the or button to look up your title in WorldCat or Google Books respectively.