Answered By: Sherre Harrington Last Updated: Nov 10, 2022 Views: 30
In most cases, yes. EBSCO, JSTOR and Project MUSE ebooks all allow unlimited concurrent users. So do most ebooks purchased directly from the publisher. Many ProQuest ebooks restrict access to one or three users, usually because of cost or publisher restrictions. And many free Internet Archive ebooks have restrictions on the number of simultaneous users.
If you are a faculty member wanting everyone in a class to use a ProQuest ebook, please be sure we have a multi-user copy. Check the availability information for the book in ProQuest Central or consult the liaison librarian for your department.