The Denver Seminary Library is working to increase access to E-books for our students. We have two databases that deliver E-books - EBSCO and OverDrive. Some E-books are only deliverable to your desktop, laptop, or tablet; some to E-Readers; and some to both. Unfortunately, E-books available for advanced study in theology and religion are few but we are committed to searching out these resources for our students. We hope this guide will clear up some of the confusion and make E-book usage a little easier.
In order to adequately serve our students, Denver Seminary E-Books are only available to Denver Seminary students with a limited checkout of 1 week.
Our E-books are currently supplied by two vendors, EBSCO & OverDrive. Each vendor requires independent accounts and apps for them to function. Below is a list of accounts and apps you may need:
Tutorials for help using our E-Books and various E-Readers are available on our Tutorials page.
Our EBSCO E-Books are searchable. Additionally, they are listed in our catalog with direct links to EBSCO. (Note: To access EBSCO from off campus, please refer to the database password list found in the Resources block on Moodle and also on MYDENSEM)
E-Book/E-Reader Comparison Chart
Use this comparison chart to help you understand the various E-book formats and E-Readers available.
The Denver Seminary Library has a limited number of Kindle E-Readers available for checkout. The Kindle E-Readers are preloaded with highly-circulated reserve materials. The individual Kindles are available for checkout as 24 hr reserve items.