There are two ways in which to search within the Thieme E-Book Library:
1) Find the search bar located in the page header. This function is available at all times and can be used to search throughout the entire E-Book Library. Results can then easily be filtered by book or author. You can search using AND, OR and NOT in the search bar.
(NOTE: Phrase match means that search terms will be case-sensitive and that multiple search terms will be treated as having been submitted between "quotation marks").
2) Find the search bar located in the page viewer to search within a chosen book and generate a result list on the left hand side of the page viewer. You can hide or reveal your search results by clicking the small triangle toggle on the right side of the search results.
Open a book by selecting “Read It.” Find the page you want to copy text from, and select the "Text Selection" symbol located next to the "Pen" symbol. Point to the first word of the selection you wish to copy and highlight the text.
Re-select the “Text Selection” symbol located in the header.
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Please verify that your institution has access authenticated by an IP address range. If you are accessing this site through a library, please contact your librarian about the access rights of your library. If you are still unable to view the full content, please contact us at email@example.com.
No. The TOC has a small triangle toggle located in the sidebar that separates the TOC area from the content itself. Clicking this toggle will either hide or display the TOC.
The iOffline reader is a small program that, after a one time installation onto your laptop, allows you to locally download and store any licensed title from the Thieme E-Book Library, enabling offline access. The iOffline Reader is built on Adobe Air, which will also be installed during the initial installation process.
In order to start using iOffline, select the "Download iOffline"-button in the Read Offline box located top left of the E-Booklibrary opening screen, and follow the instructions
Once you have installed the iOffline content reader, a window containing “My bookshelf” will automatically open. You can then select the e-book you wish to download from the list of your licensed e-books.
Simply download the new edition. You can keep the old edition next to the new one if you so desire.
Yes, it is possible for a user to bookmark in their browser, or link to, an individual book page in an E-Book Library title.
In order to do so, add the document page number (the second number in the page number section of the page viewer’s toolbar) to the book url.
So, if the book url is http://ebooks.thieme.com/reader/pocket-guide-to-ear, you will have created a stable page link by adding doumnet number '41' as follows: http://ebooks.thieme.com/reader/pocket-guide-to-ear/41 .
(Note: PDF only)
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The number in the white box shows the book page number as it appears in the book (this is also what will come up in a search result).
The numbers between the brackets respectively display the page number starting from the cover (in other words, the way in which pages are counted in a PDF), and then the total number of pages.
Your content can be accessed through your licensing institution's network either directly online, or downloaded on all standard desktop, laptop or mobile devices (Windows, OS X, iOs and Android). You do NOT have to create an account.
You'll only need to create an account if you wish to keep Notes and Nookmarks.
Bookmarks: select the bookmark page symbol located in the header of the interface beside the page selection field.
Notes: Find the page where you would like to add a note and either right click your mouse or select the pen symbol in header of the interface located next to the bookmark icon.
MARC records for the Thieme E-Book Library are available for download by link, as was the case with the old E-Book Library. Meanwhile we are working on adding alternative ways to make MARC-records available.
Institutions may obtain trial access to our electronic books. Access is authenticated by an IP address range. This IP range is set up by Thieme. Institutions may also access a sample chapter of each book.
Individuals are invited to suggest trial access to the Thieme E-Book Library to an institution or library within their reach. Individuals may also access a sample chapter of each book by clicking the cover of the desired book.
How to obtain Trial Access:
Please contact our Sales Department:
Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia
Thieme Institutional Sales
Length of Trial Access:
Trial access for institutions to our electronic books is set to 30 days.
Functionality during Trial Access:
You will be able to use all functions during trial access.
End of Trial Access:
At the end of your trial access, your account will be closed and you will have the opportunity to obtain a license to our E-Book Library.
Per July 1st, 2016, the counter will count for
1) online viewing: top TOC level section requests
2) downloads: all TOC sections per downloaded title.
Of course we will maintain Counter Compliancy.