The ebook study aid databases allow for downloading, printing, cut and paste, highlighting, bookmarking and taking notes. See below for some "how-tos".
Notes, Bookmarks and Highlights: You must create a subaccount to save your highlights and notes.
Make sure you are logged into your both the school's account and your personal subaccount. The top of the page will say your school's name AND your username.
Printing: You can print up to 30% of the book if you’re signed in with your sub-login.
Access and download books via Android, Apple, Mac or PC App. You can download the app of your choice here.
Find each app user guide here.
Highlights & Notes, Cut and Paste
You must create an account to add notes and highlights. Click on Create Account in the upper right. Then, be sure you are signed into your account.
Go to the book you want, go to Book Browse and click on a section. Then click on the blue box on the right that says Open in Redshelf eReader. See the slide show below.
You can print unlimited pages from the browser view of a book. In the eReader that supports highlighting and note taking, you can print up to 25% of any book.
If you have questions or need technical support:
Call: 1-877-888-1330 (option 4)
Training Video by Gabe Teninbaum, creator of Spaced Repetition
If you want to turn off certain subtopics in a Space Repetition Topic, such as Criminal Law, here is how to do it:
Go to “My Stack”
Click on the words “Emanuel Law in a Flash for Criminal Law”
Click on the red button on the right that says Manage Topic. See screenshot below.
You get a pop up where you can turn on/off specific subtopics. See screenshot below.
Adding Existing Cards to a Custom Deck:
1. Create a Custom Deck:
2. Add existing cards to a Custom Deck
Method One: When you are studying the cards and see a card you want to save, click on Save Card To in the lower left.