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Old Testament eCommentaries: Using eBooks

This guide was designed to assist the student in locating commentary materials for classroom and research projects.

How you use an ebook will differ based on vendor and the license purchased.   The majority of the ebooks listed below are available on three platforms: ProQuest's eBook Central, EBSCOhost or OverDrive.  Please note: OverDrive titles are one-user, must be checked out and require your 14 digit barcode.  This is 25800+9 digit university ID. See Finding Your Barcode for more information. Please return books promplty so your fellow students can access the content.

eBook Vendors

Reading Options

  • Read Online
  • Read Offline (must sign-in and use third party software, Adobe Digital Editions, recommended)
  • Download/print limits (tip: when there is a limit on downloads--ProQuest and EBSCOhost--this is per session)
  • Further information on eBook Central is available here

Reading Options

  • Read Online
  • Read Offline & OverDrive (must sign-in and use third party software)
  • Download/print limits (tip: when there is a limit on downloads--ProQuest and EBSCOhost--this is per session)
  • Further information on EBSCOhost ebooks is available here

Overdrive

  • Checkout required before use
    • When prompted to signin enter your 14 digit barcode. Click here for instructions on finding your barcode.

  • 1 user
  • Download/Print not available
  • Once checked out: read online or read via Kindle or ePub reader (Adobe Digital Editions, recommended)

Returning ebooks