New eBook® features—easier downloads, archiving, pre-ordering, etc.—now available from the LexisNexis® Store (September 2013)

New eBook® features—easier downloads, archiving, pre-ordering, etc.—now available from the LexisNexis® Store (September 2013)

Now it’s easier to download LexisNexis® eBooks and manage your eBook collection from your account at the LexisNexis® Store. The newest features include: (See graphics in PDF)

Mass eBook distribution—A librarian, office administrator or other firm designee can assign eBooks to several people in the organization without registering each user individually. Just click the ASSIGN link next to your purchased eBook. A user’s email address is sufficient for the Store distribution of available copies. Users will receive update notifications and alerts directly. For large-quantity and bulk assignments, the librarian can assign available copies to a CSV list of email addresses.

eBook archive—Back issues and editions will be archived so you can readily download prior versions. Look for the Download previous editions pull-down menu underneath your purchased eBooks or noted in multi-volume purchase lists.

Know what’s new—eBook purchases will be labeled as New, Updated or Expired in order to better identify the latest content.

eBook pre-order—You have the added benefit of pre-ordering a selection and then receiving a notification when that eBook is available for download.

How-to guidance—Readable, device-specific guides, instructions and a Help Menu within your account profile bring added utility and ease to your download experience.

Single-volume download—It’s now possible to download from larger, multivolume sets and student study guide series. Open the pull-down Download Individual Multivolume set menu under your purchased title.

No need for special software or plug-ins—Java® has been removed as a dependency for downloads.

LexisNexis eBooks continue to raise the bar, as eBook libraries gain in popularity. LexisNexis is committed to ongoing improvements—often based on your input—for making your digital resources more and more valuable.

Review the video for these enhancements. For more information about eBooks, please contact your LexisNexis account representative, your LexisNexis Librarian Relations Consultant or via eBooks@lexisnexis.com.