Electronic publications and legal deposit
Electronic publications deposited include books, journals, magazines, newsletters, reports, music scores and maps. They also include electronic government publications.
When depositing electronic publications, publishers select the access they will provide. Limits about what electronic publications are freely available will usually be based on copyright, or rights holder’s decisions about how their works may be used.
How can I tell which electronic publications have been legally deposited?
Look for the call number edeposit collection. In Trove this is under the Details tab in both the ebook and pdf viewers.
What can I do with edeposit books that are available in Trove?
You can read online or, if the download button is visible you can download a copy. All options are shown under the heading Access Conditions in the Details tab.
How do I navigate the ebooks?
Use the grey arrows, or scroll bar on the right to move through the pages.
The green arrow at the top can be used to move through the different layers in Trove. It won’t help you turn the pages.
Full screen viewing is available by selecting the double arrow icon in the right hand corner.
How do I browse the edeposit journals, magazines, newsletters and reports that are available in Trove?
Look for the large green browse button on the collections page, or the small black browse button .
How do I navigate the edeposit journals, magazines, newsletters and reports?
Two buttons will help you navigate:
- The icon that looks like a folder: near the top left corner
- The double arrows over on the right hand side
Both these buttons will give you numerous options to search, select and navigate within the document.