Online Reader Tools
Highlights & Notes
NOTE: You must be logged in to create Highlights and Notes.
•To highlight text, draw your cursor over the text you wish to highlight. The Highlight & Note option will appear on the screen.
•Select “Highlight & Note.”
•Add a note and choose your preferred highlight color.
To view all the Highlights & Notes you have taken within a book, choose the Highlights & Notes button on the online reader toolbar in the bottom right of the page.
Your Highlights & Notes can be organized and exported from your Bookshelf. Log in to view your Bookshelf.
We provide automated citation options in Web (metadata only), Chicago, and MLA formats. The citations provide links to the character level text highlighted in the chapter, so that citations can be accurately represented in bibliographies and other references.
•To cite text, draw your cursor over the text you wish to cite. The Cite option will appear on the screen.
•Select “Cite this.”
•Choose the format for the citation you would like to create.
•Select citation text and copy to your preferred document format.
Chapters can be cited by selecting the Cite button from the online reader toolbar in the bottom right of the page.
To share a link to the chapter, select the “Share” button from the online reader toolbar in the bottom right of the page. Copy the link and paste it into your preferred document, or choose from other automated functions, like sharing via email.
To print the chapter, select the Print button from the online reader toolbar in the bottom right of the page. The chapter will display in a page view within your browser for optimal printing. Please note, CPAG books and content are copyrighted. We are happy for you to copy small parts of our books/articles for research, to support funding, or for other non-commercial uses. For commercial use (i.e. anything you are intending to sell, for example, using an excerpt of CPAG’s content in a non-CPAG book, leaflet, training materials, or to publish on a website), please get permission from CPAG.
Save to Bookshelf
For easy access back to the chapter, choose the “Save to Bookshelf” option from the online reader toolbar. All books, chapters, and coursepacks can be reviewed by logging in and selecting the Bookshelf link in the top navigation bar.
Text to speech
The platform will playback the page you are on with play and pause buttons