These are the ebook collections that can be either downloaded to your Kindle or read through the Kindle Fire's web browser.
Some of the Marx Library's ebook collections require the use of Adobe Digital Editions. This is a free download available for Windows and Mac at http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/.
However, the Kindle and the Kindle Fire are not supported devices, so EBSCO ebook Collection and ProQuest Ebook Central titles are not downloadable to the Kindle; the Kindle Fire HD allows EBSCO ebooks to be downloaded and read and ebrary titles can be read in the Silk browser.
For a complete list of devices supported by Adobe Digital Editions, see http://blogs.adobe.com/digitalpublishing/supported-devices.
Pdf -- the format most of our ebooks come in -- is a format that is compatible with the Kindle. Since you've saved your ebook to the documents file, it will show up in your Kindle's menu. All you need to do is scroll to it and open it.
If you are not transferring ebook files to your Fire but are reading them through the web interface instead, you won't have a problem with Springer or ACLS titles. EBSCO's eBook collection titles can be downloaded on the Kindle Fire HD and ebrary titles can be read using the Silk browser. Springer titles can be read without downloading them, but they don't open up immediately. To access them: