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Getting Started With Texidium

  • What is Texidium?

    Texidium is the top eReader platform for Canadian educational institutions. Used by over 30 schools across the country, the Texidium Platform puts your eTexts at your fingertips on any device, anywhere, and at any time.

    Available online and for all popular platforms (iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac OS), Texidium is designed with the student learning experience in mind and sets a new standard for accessibility and convenience.

  • How do I create a Texidium account?

    You may be prompted to create a Texidium account when you claim your books. If so, simply follow the on-screen instructions. You will need to provide your email address, click a verification link that is emailed to you, and fill out a short registration form.

    You may be granted conditional access to your books when you claim them. This allows you to access your books as needed through the site where you obtained them and read them in the online reader without registering for Texidium. However, unregistered users cannot sign in to Texidium directly, download their books to a device, or read offline. To unlock the full functionality of Texidium and your eTexts, you can register through the online reader by clicking Unregistered (top-right corner of your Texidium Library) and then clicking Register.

    It is also possible to register by clicking the Register link on the Texidium sign-in page. However, if you register this way, there won’t be any books in your Library until you order some, either through your school site or by redeeming a license code your school issued.

    See our tip sheet for an illustration of the registration process.

  • Where do I sign in to Texidium?

    Sign in to Texidium’s online reader at: reader.texidium.com.

  • What platforms and browsers support Texidium?

    The Texidium eReader for Windows is compatible with Windows 7 and later versions. (Note: Screen gestures are not supported. Use keyboard/mouse controls only.)

    The Texidium eReader for Mac is compatible with Mac OS X 10.9 and later versions.

    Texidium Online can be accessed using Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 11. (Note: The online reader is not recommended for use on mobile devices. Use the app for iOS or Android instead.)

    The Texidium eReader for Android will work on any device running Android 4.4 (KitKat) or a more recent version.

    The Texidium eReader for iOS will work on any device running iOS 8 or higher. (Note: Changing screen orientation on an iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 8 may cause the Texidium application to crash. Upgrade to iOS 9 to avoid this issue.)

  • Does Texidium use cookies?

    Texidium relies on cookies to collect certain non-personally identifiable information from users in order to optimize interactions with our system. However, Texidium does not use tracking cookies or collect any personally identifiable information through cookies.

    Cookies must be enabled when registering for Texidium and accessing the Texidium online reader, otherwise you may not be able to access your account. For instructions on how to allow cookies, see: https://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies.

    For more information about Texidium’s use of cookies and user information, consult our Privacy Policy.

  • Why should I download Texidium apps?

    While it is possible to access Texidium through the Web, here are a few reasons why you may want to download one or more of our local eReading apps.

    • Mobile. No need to feel tied to your computer. A Texidium app on your tablet or smartphone lets you study anywhere at any time.
    • Flexible. Read on your choice of platform (iOS, Android, Windows, or Mac) and device (laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone).
    • Integrated. Read on your home computer, then switch to your smartphone, tablet or laptop and pick up exactly where you left off, with all your notes and highlights saved.
  • How do I download Texidium apps?

    To download the Texidium app for Windows or Mac:

    1. Go to https://reader.texidium.com/dist/#/apps.
    2. Click the Download button next to the Texidium app you wish to download (Windows or Mac).
    3. After the app is downloaded to your device, run the install file to install it.

    To download the Texidium app for iOS:

    1. Search for “Texidium” on the App Store using your Apple device.
    2. Download and install the app.

    To download the Texidium app for Android:

    1. Search for “Texidium” on Google Play using your Android device.
    2. Download and install the app.
  • Why don't I have any books?

    If you register for Texidium directly through the Texidium Sign In Page, you will not have any books in your Library when your account is created. You must obtain books through your school before you can begin reading.

    Some schools distribute books through a school WebStore (also known as a Digital Resource Portal) or through a Learning Management System (LMS). Others issue License Codes that can be manually redeemed to claim books through the eReader. Speak to your course instructor if you aren’t sure how your school distributes eTexts.

    Note: Only members of participating schools are eligible to obtain books for Texidium. If you register before you order your books, you can sign in during the order process to add your books to your existing account.

  • Why does my Texidium Library say "Unregistered"?

    If the Options menu in the top-right corner is labelled with the word “Unregistered” instead of with your username or email address, it means you are using Texidium as an unregistered user.

    Unregistered users can access their books through the site where they were obtained and read them in the online reader without creating a Texidium account. However, unregistered users cannot sign in to Texidium directly, download books to a device, or read offline. To unlock the full functionality of Texidium and your eTexts, it is recommended that you become a registered user.

    Unregistered users can register by clicking Register in the dropdown menu under the word Unregistered. See our tip sheet for an illustration of the remaining steps.

Basic Features

  • How do I print from an eText?

    To print content from an eText:

    1. Open the book from which you wish to print.
    2. Navigate to the section of the book from which you wish to print using the Table of Contents.
    3. Click the Print icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.
    4. Choose one of the following options:
      • Print the entire section,
      • Print the page you are currently on (based on a print edition of the book), or
      • Print a specific page range (based on a print edition of the book).
    5. Click Print to begin printing.

    Important Notes:

    • Some eTexts do not allow printing. Others impose a restriction on the number of pages that can be printed from it. These restrictions are set by the publisher and vary by eText.
    • eTexts cannot be printed through the Texidium mobile apps. This option exists only in the Texidium desktop apps for Windows and Mac or the online version.
    • The option to print a specific page number or page range is not available in all eTexts.
  • How do I copy and paste text from an eText?

    To copy/paste text from an eText:

    1. Highlight the text you wish to copy.
    2. Click the Copy icon (CopyIcon).
    3. Use your computer’s Copy command to copy the text you highlighted from the text field that pops up. (Note: This step is not necessary on mobile devices.)
    4. Use your device’s Paste command to paste the text into another document or email. The copied text will appear with an attribution included.

    Note: There is a limit to how many words can be copied from an eText. This limit is set by the publisher and varies from eText to eText.

  • How do I delete a book from my device?

    To delete a book from a device:

    1. Sign in to the Texidium app using the device you want to delete the book from.
    2. In your Library, click the Information icon next to the book you wish to delete.
    3. Click the Delete button or icon.
    4. When asked to confirm that you want to delete the book, click Yes.

    The book is deleted from your device. It will remain available through the cloud, so you can re-download it later if needed.

    Note: Books can only be deleted from local devices (computers, phones, tablets). Books cannot be deleted through Texidium Online.

  • Can I share a link to a specific page of an eText with other Texidium users?

    Yes, it is possible to generate a link to a specific page of a specific eText. This link can then be shared with other Texidium users or embed it in a hyperlink, just like a website URL.

    To share a link to a page:

    1. Sign in to Texidium’s online eReader.
    2. Open a book and navigate to the page you wish to share a link to.
    3. Click the Link icon adjacent to the page number field at the bottom of the screen. It looks like two joined links of a chain.
    4. Click the Copy button in the window that pops up. The URL of the page you are on is copied to your device’s clipboard.
    5. Share the link you copied with other Texidium users by pasting it into an email or messaging app. This link will direct users to the page of the eText you wished to share.

    Notes:

    • Page links can only be generated and accessed through Texidium’s online eReader. This feature is not currently available in any of the Texidium mobile or desktop apps.
    • Links to pages are only accessible to Texidium users who have access to the book the page was shared from.
    • Page links can only be generated for eTexts that include pagination information. If the page number field reads “N/A” while you are reading an eText, then page links cannot be generated for that eText.

Text and Speech

  • Does Texidium include a text-to-speech (or "Read Aloud") feature?

    Yes. Texidium’s desktop and mobile apps include a “Read Aloud” feature that lets you listen to your books instead of reading them.

    To activate Read Aloud, click the ReadAloud button near the top-right corner of the screen while you have a book open. If you’re using a smartphone, you may need to open the menu in the top-right corner of the screen (Elipses (smaller)) to access Read Aloud.

    Texidium is also compatible with JAWS and NVDA screen-reader software.

    Note: the Read Aloud feature is only available when reading eTexts in EPUB format.

  • Does Texidium support screen-reader applications?

    Yes. Texidium is compatible with both JAWS and NVDA screen-reader software. It is also compatible with the VoiceOver feature in iOS, and it includes its own in-app Read Aloud feature.

  • Can I make notes with my voice?

    The Texidium mobile apps allow you to make notes with your voice using Dictation (on iOS) or Voice Typing (on Android).

    To make notes with Dictation in iOS:

    1. Highlight the text to which your note applies.
    2. Tap the icon that looks like a pencil to make a note.
    3. When your keyboard pops up, tap the button that looks like a microphone (left of the space bar).

      If this button is not present on your keyboard:

      1. Tap: Settings » General » Keyboard.
      2. Swipe Dictation to the ON position.
    4. If prompted, tap Enable Dictation.
    5. Say what you want to write down. Your words will be recorded as text.
    6. When you’re finished dictating, tap Done.
    7. Tap Save to save your note.

    To make notes with Voice Typing in Android:

    1. Highlight the text to which your note applies.
    2. Tap the icon that looks like a pencil to make a note.
    3. When your keyboard pops up, tap the button that looks like a microphone (near the bottom-left corner).

      If this button is not present on your keyboard:

      1. Tap: Settings » Controls » Language and input.
      2. Ensure that Samsung Keyboard or Google Keyboard is selected.
      3. Select Google voice typing.
    4. Say what you want to write down. Your words will be recorded as text.
    5. When you’re finished dictating, tap the Disc icon in the upper-right corner to save your note.

Technical Questions

  • What platforms and browsers are compatible with Texidium?

    The Texidium eReader for Windows is compatible with Windows 7 and later versions.

    The Texidium eReader for Mac is compatible with Mac OS X 10.9 and later versions.

    Texidium Online can be accessed using Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 11.

    The Texidium eReader for Android will work on any device running Android 4.4 (KitKat) or a more recent version.

    The Texidium eReader for iOS will work on any device running iOS 8 or higher.

    Notes:

    • Screen gestures on Windows are not supported. Use keyboard/mouse controls only.
    • Changing screen orientation on an iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 8 may cause the Texidium app to crash. Upgrade to iOS 9 to avoid issues.
  • Does Texidium use cookies?

    Texidium relies on cookies to collect certain non-personally identifiable information from users in order to optimize interactions with our system. However, Texidium does not use tracking cookies or collect any personally identifiable information through cookies.

    Cookies must be enabled when registering for Texidium and accessing the Texidium online reader, otherwise you may not be able to access your account. For instructions on how to allow cookies, see: https://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies.

    For more information about Texidium’s use of cookies and user information, consult our Privacy Policy.

  • Why does my Texidium Library say "Unregistered"?

    If the Options menu in the top-right corner is labelled with the word “Unregistered” instead of with your username or email address, it means you are using Texidium as an unregistered user.

    Unregistered users can access their books through the site where they were obtained and read them in the online reader without creating a Texidium account. However, unregistered users cannot sign in to Texidium directly, download books to a device, or read offline. To unlock the full functionality of Texidium and your eTexts, it is recommended that you become a registered user.

    Unregistered users can register by clicking Register in the dropdown menu under the word Unregistered. See our tip sheet for an illustration of the remaining steps.

Getting eTexts and Course Material

  • How are eTexts and other course materials distributed?

    Texidium allows schools to distribute eTexts and other digital course material in a number of different ways. The process you’ll follow to get your eTexts depends on the distribution method your school has chosen.

    • If your school distributes eTexts through a WebStore or Digital Resource Portal, see: How do I get eTexts through a school WebStore or Digital Resource Portal?
    • If your school distributes eTexts through a Learning Management System (e.g. Blackboard, Moodle, D2L, Canvas), see: How do I get eTexts through my school’s Learning Management System?
    • If your school distributes eTexts by issuing license codes, see: How do I get eTexts using license codes?

    Speak to your course instructor or school Helpdesk if you aren’t sure how eTexts are distributed at your school.

  • How do I get eTexts through a school WebStore or Digital Resource Portal?

    To obtain books through a school WebStore or Digital Resource Portal:

    1. Sign in to your WebStore/Portal.
    2. Click the Add to Cart button next to each book you wish to order.
    3. When you’ve added all the books you need to your Shopping Cart, click Check Out.
    4. Follow on-screen instructions to complete the checkout process.
    5. When your order is complete, click the Claim Your Books button on your Order Details page.
      • If you already have a Texidium account, you are signed in automatically. The books you ordered are added to your Library.
      • If you do not have a Texidium account, you are prompted to create one.

    Consult our tip sheet or video demonstration for a visual walkthrough of this process.

  • How do I get eTexts through my school's Learning Management System?

    To obtain eTexts through a Learning Management System (e.g. Blackboard, Moodle, D2L, Canvas):

    1. Sign in to your school’s Learning Management System.
    2. Find and click on the icon of the book you need. You are directed to Texidium’s online reader, with the book you clicked open and ready to read.

    Note: At this point you are considered an “unregistered” user. Unregistered users can access books through the site they where they were obtained and read them in the online reader. However, they cannot sign in to Texidium directly, download their books to a device, or read offline. To get the most from Texidium and your eTexts, you need to create a Texidium account.

    Consult our tip sheet or video demonstration for a visual walkthrough of this process.

  • How do I get eTexts using license codes?

    To obtain eTexts by redeeming a license code:

    1. Sign in to Texidium’s online reader.

    Note: You need to create an account before you can sign in or redeem codes.

    1. In the Options menu, click Redeem Code.
    2. Enter a license code you were issued and click Redeem.
    3. Repeat this process with each code you were issued.

    Consult our tip sheet for a visual walkthrough of this process.

  • I ordered books through my school WebStore. Can I print or email myself a copy of my invoice?

    If you ordered your books through a school WebStore or Digital Resource Portal, it is possible to email yourself a copy of your order invoice. When you receive the emailed copy of your invoice, you can then print it out if you need a hard copy.

    To email yourself a copy of your invoice:

    1. Sign in to your school WebStore/Portal.
    2. In the dropdown menu next to your username (top-right corner), click Your Account/Orders. You are directed to a list of your previous orders.
    3. Click the View Invoice button next to an order to view your receipt for that order.
    4. Click the Send Invoice button.
    5. Enter your email address in the field you are directed to, and click Send. A copy of your invoice is emailed to the address you provided.

    To print a copy of your invoice:

    1. Email yourself a copy of your invoice as described above.
    2. Check your email.
    3. When you receive the emailed copy of your invoice, use your email service’s Print function to print it.
  • What is a homework access code, and where can I find mine?

    Homework access codes (sometimes called digital codes or publisher codes) are issued with some digital course packages available for Texidium. They provide access to online learning resources.

    If you ordered eTexts through a school WebStore or Digital Resource Portal, any codes that were issued with your order can be found on the Order Details page of your WebStore/Portal.

    To find a homework access code on a WebStore:

    1. Sign in to the WebStore/Portal where you placed your order.
    2. In the dropdown menu next to your username, click Your Account/Orders. You are directed to a list of your previous orders.
    3. Click the View Details button next to the order your code was issued with. You are directed to the Order Details page. Any codes that were issued are displayed here.

    Note: If you ordered your books through a Learning Management System (e.g. Moodle, Blackboard, Canvas, D2L), any codes you need will be provided by school faculty.

Notes and Highlights

  • How do I highlight text and make notes in an eText?

    To highlight text in an eText:

    1. Click and drag over the text you wish to highlight.
    2. If using the online or Windows reader, click Highlight (not necessary on Mac or mobile).

    To make a note in an eText:

    1. Click and drag over the text you wish to highlight.
    2. If using the online or Windows reader, click Highlight (not necessary on Mac or mobile).
    3. Select an appropriate category for your highlight (e.g. Important, Review, Critical, General) in the menu that pops up.
    4. Type your note in the text field.
    5. When you are finished typing your note, click Done to close and save it.

    See our video demonstration for more information about making notes/highlights..

  • How do I delete notes and highlights from an eText?

    To delete a note/highlight from an eText:

    1. Click on the highlight you wish to delete.
    2. Click Delete (or DeleteHighlight) in the menu that pops up.
    3. If there is a note attached to the highlight, you will be prompted to confirm the deletion. Click OK to proceed.

    The highlight/note is deleted from the eText.

  • How do I create, delete, or edit note/highlight categories?

    To create a new note/highlight category:

    1. Sign in to Texidium.
    2. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing. You will be directed to a list of your currently configured note/highlight categories.
    3. Click Add Category.
    4. Give the new category a name.
    5. Choose a highlight colour to represent the new category using the colour picking tool under Category Colour.
    6. Click Save. The new highlight/note category will be created.

    To delete a note/highlight category:

    1. Sign in to Texidium.
    2. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing. You will be directed to a list of your currently configured note/highlight categories.
    3. Click the arrow beside the name of the category you wish to delete, and then click Delete.
    4. Click Yes to confirm that you wish to proceed. The category will be deleted.

    To edit a note/highlight category:

    1. Sign in to Texidium.
    2. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing. You will be directed to a list of your currently configured note/highlight categories.
    3. Click the arrow beside the name of the category you wish to edit, and then click Edit.
    4. Make the necessary changes to the name and/or colour assigned to the category.
    5. Click Save to save your changes.
  • How do I share my notes and highlights?

    Texidium users can share their note categories, allowing subscribed users to see all notes and highlights they have made in them.

    To share a note/highlight category:

    1. Sign in to Texidium.
    2. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing. You are directed to a list of note/highlight categories configured on your account.
    3. Under My Categories, click the arrow next to the category you wish to share, and then click Share. A subscription code will be generated. It is recommended that you copy this code to your device’s clipboard.
    4. Distribute the subscription code to everyone you want to give access to the shared category. The code can be distributed in person, in a class handout, by email, or by another means.

    Your students or classmates can use the code you generated to subscribe to the category you shared. All notes and highlights made under that category will be reflected in subscribed users’ eTexts.

    See our video demonstration for more information about sharing notes/highlights.

    Notes and tips:

    • Only the sharer can edit or delete shared notes/highlights. Subscribers can only view them.
    • Give your shared categories clear, helpful names to prevent confusion among subscribers.
    • Changes made to shared notes/highlights are immediately visible to all subscribers.
  • How do I stop sharing notes and highlights?

    To stop sharing a note/highlight category:

    1. Sign in to Texidium.
    2. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing. You will be directed to a list of note/highlight categories available to you.
    3. Under My Categories, click the arrow next to the category that you wish to stop sharing, and then click Stop Sharing.
    4. Click Yes to confirm that you wish to proceed. The category will no longer be shared, and subscribers will lose access to all notes and highlights made under it.

    Note: If you choose to share the category again, you will need to generate and distribute a new subscription code.

  • How do I subscribe to another user's shared notes and highlights?

    Texidium users can share their note categories, allowing subscribed users to see every note and highlight they have made in a category.

    To subscribe to a shared note/highlight category:

    1. Obtain a subscription code from the sharer of the category. You may receive this code in person, in a class handout, by email, or by another means.
    2. Sign in to Texidium.
    3. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing.
    4. Under My Subscriptions, click the Add Subscription button.
    5. Enter the subscription code you were given, and then click Subscribe.

    You will be subscribed to the shared category. All notes and highlights made under that category will be reflected in your eTexts.

    Notes and tips:

    • Only the sharer can edit or delete shared notes/highlights. Subscribers can only view them.
    • As a subscriber, you can adjust the way a shared category looks in your eTexts if you don’t like the name or color the sharer assigned it. This will only affect how the category looks in your eTexts.
    • It is recommended that you unsubscribe to note categories when they are no longer necessary (e.g. when you graduate or change courses).
  • How do I unsubscribe from a shared note/highlight category?

    To unsubscribe from a shared note category:

    1. Sign in to Texidium.
    2. In your Options menu, click Highlights and Sharing.
    3. Under My Subscriptions, click the arrow next to the shared category you wish to unsubscribe from, and then click Delete.
    4. Click Delete to confirm that you wish to proceed.

    You will be unsubscribed from the shared category. All notes and highlights in that category will disappear from your eTexts, and no future notes/highlights made in that category will be shared with you.

  • Can I make notes with my voice?

    The Texidium mobile apps allow you to make notes with your voice using Dictation (on iOS) or Voice Typing (on Android).

    To make notes with Dictation in iOS:

    1. Highlight the text to which your note applies.
    2. Tap the icon that looks like a pencil to make a note.
    3. When your keyboard pops up, tap the button that looks like a microphone (left of the space bar).

      If this button is not present on your keyboard:

      1. Tap: Settings » General » Keyboard.
      2. Swipe Dictation to the ON position.
    4. If prompted, tap Enable Dictation.
    5. Say what you want to write down. Your words will be recorded as text.
    6. When you’re finished dictating, tap Done.
    7. Tap Save to save your note.

    To make notes with Voice Typing in Android:

    1. Highlight the text to which your note applies.
    2. Tap the icon that looks like a pencil to make a note.
    3. When your keyboard pops up, tap the button that looks like a microphone (near the bottom-left corner).

      If this button is not present on your keyboard:

      1. Tap: Settings » Controls » Language and input.
      2. Ensure that Samsung Keyboard or Google Keyboard is selected.
      3. Select Google voice typing.
    4. Say what you want to write down. Your words will be recorded as text.
    5. When you’re finished dictating, tap the Disc icon in the upper-right corner to save your note.

Troubleshooting

  • Why is my book loading so slowly?

    If an eText is running slowly in the online eReader, it may be the result of a slow Internet connection or Internet connectivity issue. We recommend downloading one of the Texidium apps (available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android) so that you can read offline and avoid performance issues related to Internet connectivity.

    If you continue to experience slow performance while reading offline, please contact customer support.

  • Why did my books disappear?

    If a book has disappeared from your Texidium Library, it means that your license for that book has expired or been revoked.

    There are a few reasons why this might happen.

    • If you withdraw from a class before the deadline to drop/add classes, your school may revoke access to books used in that class. In this case, you will not be able to regain access, because the books you lost are only available to students in that class.
    • Some schools provide students with temporary access to their books, but require them to ‘opt in’ by a certain date to keep their access. In this case, you may need to re-order your books through the site where you ordered them originally OR make a payment in person at your school bookstore to regain access.

    Note: If you order a book after the opt-in deadline, you will be considered opted-in by default, and you will be charged accordingly. You will not lose access to books for which you have already been charged.

  • I got an error message about cookies while trying to access an eText through my school's Learning Management System (LMS). Why?

    This error usually occurs when a student attempts to acquire books through their school’s LMS (e.g. Moodle, Blackboard, D2L) using a web browser that is configured to block third-party cookies.

    The solution is to adjust your browser settings to always allow third-party cookies. The procedure for doing this depends on what browser and device you are using.

    Learn how to enable third-party cookies:

    Note: This error may also occur if you attempt to acquire books using Safari while in private browsing mode. Switch out of private browsing mode to continue.

  • I got an error message when I tried to download an eText from the cloud. Why?

    The most likely reason is that you have already downloaded the book onto the maximum number of devices permitted. Each eText can only be stored on a limited number of devices at one time, determined by the publisher.

    Delete the book from one of your other devices and then try your download again. The book and all notes/highlights you have made in it will remain in the cloud, associated with your account, so you can re-download it later if necessary.

    If you continue to receive an error message when you try to download your book, contact our Support team through the contact form at the bottom of this page.

  • I got an error message saying that I’ve reached my maximum number of devices. Why?

    Your Texidium account can only be used on a limited number of different devices. If you get a message indicating that you’ve reached this limit, you will need to remove a device from your account before you can use the Texidium app on another device.

    To remove a device from your Texidium account:

    1. Sign in to your Texidium account at: reader.texidium.com.
    2. In the Options menu, click Profile. You will see a list of devices your account has been used on at the bottom of the page that opens.
    3. Click the trashcan icon next to the device you wish to remove from your account. Try to pick the device you use the least.

    Removing a device will allow you to start using the Texidium app on one new computer, smartphone or tablet.

    If you ever want to use Texidium on the device you removed again, you will need to remove another device first and re-download any books previously installed on the device.  Don’t worry – there is no limit to the number of times you can download books to your devices, and your synced notes, bookmarks and highlights will all be preserved.

  • Icons in the Texidium eReader look jumbled and out of alignment. Why?

    This problem occurs when a user signs in to Texidium after an update to the platform has been rolled out. It is caused by your browser attempting to display out-of-date images for icons that were altered in the update. To correct this problem, simply clear your browser’s cache and then sign back in to Texidium.

Tip Sheets

Getting Started

  • Registering for Texidium
  • Getting eTexts through a Digital Resource Portal (DRP)
  • Getting eTexts through a Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Getting eTexts with License Codes
  • Finding a Homework Access Code

Installing Texidium Apps

  • Installing Texidium for Windows
  • Installing Texidium for Mac
  • Installing Texidium for iOS (iPhone & iPad)
  • Installing Texidium for Android

Getting to Know Texidium

  • Texidium Online
  • Texidium for Windows
  • Texidium for Mac

Sharing Notes and Highlights

  • Sharing and Subscribing to Notes Online
  • Sharing and Subscribing to Notes on Windows
  • Sharing and Subscribing to Notes on Mac

Help Videos

Getting Started

  • Getting Started With Texidium

Reading Books

  • How To Read Books with Texidium

Accessibility

  • Learn About Texidium's Accessibility Features

Getting Books

  • Getting eTexts through a DRP
  • Getting eTexts through an LMS

Notes & Highlights

  • Making Notes in Texidium
  • Sharing and Subscribing to Notes and Highlights