A document sharing format, created by Adobe Systems, that is best used for highly formated content and has the ability to use Digital Rights Management (DRM) such as Adobe Digital Editions.
An open ebook standard that features reflowable test, inline images and the ability to use Digital Rights Management (DRM) such as Adobe Digital Editions
LRF, LRS, LRX are Sony's proprietary formats that have been superseded by Sony's acceptence of epub as the default for their ebook store.
A format primarily designed for PDAs and older mobile devices; also used on the Kindle
The following resources explain the different types of eBook software and eReader hardware currently available and compares their features and functions.
You can also browse available E-Books.
Note: These e-books are licensed for use by Purdue faculty, staff, and students. Off-campus access will required a valid PU career account and password. See the "Off Campus Access to eResources" guide for more details.