Enhance your learning & download eBooks to your own devices from the University of Lincoln Library

These study skills eBooks have been handpicked by the University of Lincoln Library to support you in your studies by introducing you to essential study skills and smart strategies which you can use in your studies.

From learning how to make notes through to writing critically, these eBooks are free for you to use on your mobile device.

Use the app to read offline and make use of the features to highlight the text, make notes or adapt the text size or colours to how you like.

Download at least one of these eBooks by 14th February 2018 to have a chance to win an iPad Mini 4. Terms and conditions can be found on the Library website.

Step 1

Click the button to download the app on your laptop, IOS or Android device

Step 2

Click the arrow to select the University of Lincoln form the drop down list

Step 3

Enter your University of Lincoln email address and computer password


The features of these eBooks will transfer between your devices meaning you can study on the move

Select the icon to download the eBook to your own device and work offline anywhere you want 24/7

Easy navigation to the section you want and you can search the whole book

Change the background colour to your preference

Select the text and use the colour options to highlight

Select the text and the speech bubble icon from the bottom of the screen to add your own comments to your eBooks

These eBooks are designed for download on iPhones, android phones, iPads, tablets and home computers. They are not compatible with the cloud desktop, university or work computers.

Text to speech is available on the website and desktop app.

If you have any questions or feedback please contact library@lincoln.ac.uk


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