User Concurrency and Borrow Limits

The subscriptions your institution or library has acquired may include both concurrency and borrowing limits. Publishers can use a concurrency limit to control the number of times all subscription users can access an individual title simultaneously. A borrowing limit determines the number of titles you can read from a specific subscription. You will also have the option to return books early before the assigned borrowing period expires, the same as you would with a print book in a library.

Explore provides an intuitive interface that allows you to track your concurrency and borrow limits clearly.



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