Online viewing: Computer or device with Internet connection and current web browser:
Internet Explorer -> Version 8.0, 9.0
Firefox -> Version 16
Google Chrome-> Version 23
Opera-> Version 12
Safari: Version 5.3
Firefox: Version 16
Opera: Version 12
For full functionality, Flash Version 9 & up.
PC or Mac: Download iPublishCentral Reader from the My Bookshelf page with Internet connection and current access rights to title.
iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch: iOS 4.0 or later. Download AAP eBooks free app available through iTunes.
Android smartphone or tablet device: Android 1.5 or later, access to Google Play Market. Download AAP eBooks free app available though Google Play.
An eBook is an electronic version of a book. American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) eBooks allows users to read publications on any screen with a browser that supports Flash. AAP eBooks have the look of print books, with all of the layout, figures and images intact. Users can see a page at a time or 2-page spreads, and can zoom in for close study. Users can read books online or download them to computers for off-line reading.
In addition to zoom, reading, and
downloading, eBooks are fully searchable and users can annotate, bookmark, and highlight them. Users can
search for terms in a single book, across their purchased titles, or
across the full site. Users can also print a limited number of pages.
Yes! AAP eBooks are available instantly on purchase; with no wait time for shipping or other delays.
Individual eBooks will be updated when errata are published, and purchasers will have the opportunity to be among the first to see new editions when they are released. Subscribers to collections or the full site will automatically get new editions and new titles when they are available.
All AAP eBooks have sample pages
available through ViewInside that users can see before purchasing. Click the View Inside button for a free preview.
iPublishCentral Reader works on both PC and Mac. Disk requirements will vary based on the size of the title.
Once the eBook has been downloaded, it can be viewed off-line at any time.
AAP eBooks currently supports downloads to: PC, Mac, iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, iPod Touch), Android, and Kindle Fire (APK File for Side Loading). PC & Mac are through the iPublishCentral Reader program downloadable from the Bookshelf page, and the other devices through free apps in the app stores. Log in with the same username and password you use on the Web site, and you will have access to your titles.
As a rule, it isn't possible to print the whole of a book in a single sitting. There are printing and copying restrictions placed on AAP eBooks.The eBook is protected so that only 1 page can be printed at a time.
Due to the nature of the item, and unlike printed versions of a book, e-books can not be returned.
Once the ebook is purchased, the sale is considered to be complete and final, as with other AAP electronic products.
If you have an access code, follow the below instructions to redeem the access code on eBook site.
Enter your username & password if you have already one, First-time users: You must create a new username and password for this site.
This is separate from your AAP log in.
Click on Redeem Access Code button if you have an access code that you wish to redeem and Enter the code in the box and click on the Redeem button.
If you have already purchased the ebook,click on the Online Reader button to read online. If you wish to Download the ebook to your computer,
Click on the Download iPublishCentral Reader Button and Download and install the reader and login with your username & password.
The eBook can be downloaded as long as the computer is online at the time. From My Bookshelf, click on the link to download iPublishCentral Reader.
Follow the prompts to download and install the iPublishCentral Reader and the Adobe AIR program. You can then log in to your AAP eBooks -- use http://ebooks.aap.org for the account URL and your access information for the AAP eBooks Web site. You will then have all of your titles available to you for offline viewing.
Please follow the below instructions to install the iPublishCentral Reader application to your PC/Mac and download the eBook to the iPublishCentral Reader.
Once you login using your account you will notice a button “Download iPublishCentral reader”.
Click on the download button to go to installation page. Click on install button to set up iPublishCentral reader on your system.
When you use iPublishCentral reader for the first time, you need to login(top right hand side) with the following information:
The iPublishCentral reader will verify your account details. If the account details are correct, the reader will continue to load. Once loaded, you can see all the books that you have subscribed online with a download link for offline reading.
Note : iPublishCentral reader - An Adobe Air based application(formerly iOffline reader is for Personal computers only and not for tablets or other devices.
Adobe AIR is available and supported for Windows 8 Desktop on x86-based computers. Adobe currently has no plans to support Adobe AIR for Windows 8 Modern UI applications or Windows Mobile or Windows RT devices that use 32-bit ARM architecture.
Click on the sign-in link on the top right of the home page to get to the log-in screen. Type your user name and password into the correct fields on the log-in screen to log into your account.
Click on the "My Folder" link and choose the "Profile Setting" option, from the drop down list choose "Change Password", enter a new password and click "OK". Your password will be reset to the new password.
AAP eBooks can be acquired in multiple ways. Individuals can purchase individual titles for the life of the edition through the site. Institutions such as libraries, hospitals, and practices can subscribe to the entire AAP eBook collection by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Collection subscribers will automatically receive updates as soon as they are published to the Web site.
Individuals can access their titles using the e-mail address and password they used to purchase. Institutions can access via IP address, referring URL, or e-mail address/password combinations. Once you have logged in, the “My Bookshelf” page will display the eBooks to which you have access. Clicking on the book cover will then open the eBook, making it accessible for you to view.
The top panel allows you to change your view of the book by clicking on one of its icons. Scrolling over the icons before clicking will initiate a pop-up burst indicating what that particular icon can change. These include:
You can create Notes for a specific text in a paragraph or for the entire paragraph in the reader. You can view the list of Notes in the reader, edit the title/description of the Notes and delete the Notes. You can also show or hide the Notes in the reader.
Figure 12: Add Note pop-up
When the Note is saved in the eBook, appears on the screen.
When the Note is saved, appears on the screen.
The Bookmark which is created appears in upper left corner of the page. You can view a list of Bookmarks in your eBook, edit the description of the Bookmark and delete the Bookmarks from your eBook.
Figure 11: Edit Bookmark
My Bookmarks pop-up appears.
A list of searched bookmarks is displayed.
A list of Bookmarks is displayed.