The subscriptions institutions and libraries acquire may include both concurrency and borrowing limits. A concurrency limit can be used by publishers to control the number of times an individual title can be accessed by all users of a subscription at the same time. A borrow limit determines the number of titles users are allowed to read from a specific subscription. Users will also have the option to return books early, before the assigned borrowing period expires, the same as they would with a print book in a library.

Explore provides an intuitive interface that allows users to clearly track their concurrency and borrow limits.




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