Apparently the browser compatibility problem that was affecting links from the catalog (with the old Netlibrary domain) is now fixed.
However, it was discovered that the new platform does not allow you to 'close' or 'logout' of a book, to enable access by another user (like the patron in front of you). That means that once you go to the record for the book in the eBook Collection platform, it will be tied up for about 30 minutes after you navigate away from the page (confirmation of exact time is pending).
Also, Ebsco seems to actually be enforcing the limit on simultaneous users. Users are more frequently getting a message that a book is in use.
Lastly, please let me know if I should include the eBook Collection in the search results from the 'Article Search' tab on the front page. Before we start to wrestle with semantics, please note that several of the journal databases in the search profile already include monographs, e.g. Cinahl.
Sorry for the frequent and long e-mails about this transition. At least you can be glad that you only have to read them, and not write them.