Answered By: David Hughes Last Updated: Sep 12, 2022 Views: 16
Publishers set limits on how much of an ebook can be printed. The limit varies by publisher and often by book, but is usually around 5-15% of a book for any 24-hour period.
Publishers use DRM to control how much of a book can printed. Most of the ebooks to which the Library has access use DRM tools to limit printing, though some ebooks are available without DRM.
EBSCO FE Subscription Collecton
You cannot specifically search for DRM-free ebooks on this platform
ProQuest eBook Central
To search for them, tick the box labelled "Unlimited Print, Copy, & Download"