Yes, the Permalink feature in the eBook Viewer makes it easy to copy a link to an eBook or chapter and insert it into Moodle.
To learn how to copy Permalinks in EBSCOhost, see How can I link to eBooks or eBook chapters in my syllabus...? on the EBSCO Support Site.
EBSCO eBooks can be used in the classroom or as a part of your course syllabus. Using e-books available from the library can be cost effective use of student textbook funds, particularly if the book is not something students intend to keep long-term, or if you’re only assigning a chapter or section of the work.
Using EBSCO eBooks provides some advantages over print books in addition to cost-savings. Students can:
To learn more, see: eBook Basics: Using EBSCO eBooks in the Classroom on the EBSCO Support Site.
EBSCO eBooks are available in both PDF and EPUB formats. PDF books have page numbers that typically correlate with the print version of the title, and those page numbers may be used for citation purposes. EPUB eBooks are formatted with reflowable text, which means the text resizes to fit the viewing window, and therefore they do not have stable pagination.
Most citation style guides, particularly in the humanities, make allowances for eBooks without stable page numbers. Visit EBSCO's ebook citation support page.