Depending on the model your school uses, there are a few different ways that you will be able to log in to your BibliU account to receive access to your textbooks. See below for more details!
Single Sign On Through Your University
1. Select your Institution
In order to log in to your BibliU library, firstly, you will need to select your institution from the drop-down menu on the login page by going to BibliU.com and selecting "Login" in the upper right hand corner. From there, click on the down arrow next to "Select your university/institution". Select the name of your institution and then click on the purple arrow. This will direct you to your institution's authentication environment.
Purchased from Campus Ebookstore? Check out our help article summarizing the Frequently Asked Questions from CEI users on this page.
Enter your personal log in details
Next, enter your institution's log in details that you would usually use (there's no need to create a username or password).
Accessing via LMS or VLE
If you are accessing the BibliU library through Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai, LoudCloud or any other LMS, you will gain access to your account by selecting the BibliU link from within your course or library. This could show a variety of different ways depending on how your school has chosen to name the link, but most often we suggest schools use "BibliU Course Materials". From there, you will be brought directly to your library where you will find all of your course materials for any courses that you are currently enrolled in!
Accessing via QR code
An alternative way to access your library is via a QR code. Firstly, download our app to your mobile (check out this link for instructions) then using one of the methods above, log in to your library. If you scroll to the bottom of your library, you will see a QR code. Scan that using your phone and this will automatically open our app and log you in on your phone.
Download the BibliU App
BibliU is available and fully functional on all major websites. However, due to our Digital Rights Management (DRM) Restrictions with our publishers, some features such as downloading books for offline reading can only be accessed on our native applications.
You can download books for offline use by using one of our native application. We have versions for desktop, Android and iOS
You can find our apps here: