09-06-2010 11:47 AM
I find it strange that first of all, I am only allowed to print 115 pages out of my 400+ page textbook. Second, that I can only print 10 pages at a time.
I understand that print limits are set by the publisher, but this is counter-productive to getting a textbook online.
Any work arounds?
09-06-2010 11:56 AM
OK, I just went to check the digital rights for this e-book and it said:
"Copying: 115 pages per 30 days
Printing: 115 pages per 30 days
Downloading: Can be downloaded to 2 devices
No copying and printing is allowed during a free trial.
Copy, print, and download rights are set by the publishers, not Barnes & Noble. They have set these rights to prevent unauthorized reproduction of their textbooks. Have more questions? View our FAQs."
However, it says nothing about the 10 page limit when printing. Is there a reason for it?
10-05-2010 01:16 PM
Easy way around this is to have classmates print certain chapters in the book and then make photo copies. I have three classmates and each of us printed certain chapters, once all printed, we had the complete book and made photocopies for each of us. Solved the print issue and the copy rights issue since none of us printed the entire book......