Where to find information about each title or set
You can see information about titles and sets on their title cards and details pages.
You'll see title cards throughout the digital library, including when you browse, search, and visit My books or My annotations.
Title cards include the book title, cover image, and other information and options.
On the title card for an individual title or volume, you can:
- See the book's title, edition, volume, and/or release date.
- Select Read (or Listen) to open the title and add it to the "History" tab in My books.
If the title has a limited lending period and no copies are available, you'll have the option to Place a hold instead.
- (Titles with limited lending periods only) Select to see the expiration date and Return option. Starting three days before the title is due, you'll also have the option to Renew.
- Select to download the title, if you've recently opened it.
Or, if you've already downloaded the title, select to remove the download.
- Select , then:
- Select View cover to see an enlarged cover image.
- Select View table of contents to see the table of contents without opening the title.
- Select View details to go to the title details page.
- Select View prior releases to see prior releases of the title, if it has any.
- Add or create a tag for the title using the "My tags" field.
- If the title is tagged, select the tag to see it in My tags.
On the title card for a set, you can:
- See the title and number of volumes in the set.
- Select View set to go to the set details page.
- Select , then:
- Select View table of contents to see the table of contents for the entire set.
- Select View details to go to the set details page.
You can see the details page for a title or set by clicking or tapping the cover on the title card.
Details pages for individual titles and volumes may include:
- The table of contents
- A description
- Title details (including the publisher, ISBN, and release date)
- The title's subjects
- Volumes (if it's part of a set)
- The option to search the set for a phrase or keyword (if it's part of a set)
- Prior releases
- A tags section
- The option to copy the title link (so you can share it with colleagues)
Set details pages may include: