Answered By: Lauren McFall
Last Updated: Sep 12, 2020     Views: 301

It depends on which of our eBook vendors is providing the eBook. For instance, certain ebooks from our EBSCO eBooks collection have restrictions on them so that only one person can view them at a time. Other ebook databases such as Springer and O'Reilly for Higher Education (formerly called Safari) have no such restriction on them so more than one person can read those books at a time. 

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