The catalog will indicate by the title that the book is an e-book. You can click on the link as indicated to access the book. A table of contents will display as well. 

Three different access options appear: You can download the book to read offline for a designated amount of time, you can read the book as a PDF, or you can read the book in an online reader (EPUB). For the latter two options, you also can save, print, or email a designated number of pages (indicated in the book's catalog record). To downlaod the ebook, you will need to have Adobe Digital Editions installed. The cite icon enables you to generate the book's citation. 

To download an EBSCO ebook, you will need to log in. After you click on "download," you will see a prompt to log in to your account. You will also see a prompt to create an account if you do not yet have one. 

For EBSCO e-books, you can borrow the book to read offline for up to seven days.

You should receive a message that the e-book downloaded successfully. If not, you can find the book in your "checkouts" folder and download it again.  

Once you download the book, you can read it in Adobe Digital Editions. 

The "my checkouts" folder enables you to keep track of your downloads and their due dates.