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The Personal eTextbooks scheme

The Personal eTextbooks scheme




Free personal eTextbooks are provided to all students enrolled on undergraduate or postgraduate taught courses based at the Hendon campus in London, or the Mauritius campus.

For each module studied, students will receive one free eTextbook - an average of 4 books per student per year. These textbooks are to keep in perpetuity and students will be able to access throughout their University career and onwards in their future career.

The JS Group (www.johnsmithgroup.com) and Kortext (www.kortext.com) have helped to run and manage the scheme on the behalf of Middlesex University since 2015. We have provided over 280,000 books to almost 70,000 students in the last 6 years.

 

How to access your Personal eTextbooks

There are 3 main ways to access your Personal eTextbooks:

-         Via UniHub

-         Via the Kortext website

-         Via the Kortext app

o  Windows 10

o  Mac OS

o  iOS

o  Android

 

 


Accessing further eTextbooks via library

This year as well as being able to access your own Personal eTextbooks you can alco access the full range of eTextbooks in the scheme. This can be done from the library pages or when logged into your Kortext bookshelf.


 

 

Support

There are several ways to get support with accessing your eTextbooks:

-         Online via UniHelp

-         In person at the UniHelp helpdesk on the ground floor of the Sheppard Library

-         The Kortext support and FAQ pages

-         Or by emailing us at middlesex@johnsmith.co.uk


 


 

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