The University of Divinity has access to over 330,000 books! Check out our catalogue to see if we have the title you're looking for available online.
To limit your search to finding e-books, select libraries worldwide and choose e-Books from the format list on the left of the catalogue. By doing this, your search will include all open access e-books as well as eBooks purchased by the library.
If it is available as an eBook, a large red button will appear below the title.
An eBook, also known as an electronic book or digital book, is a book that
To ensure everyone can get access to eBooks when they need to, we recommend you watch the video below or follow these steps when possible:
When you are finished with the eBook, be sure to close the tab.
The Library Hub gives you access to eBooks on a variety of platforms. Some platforms will allow you to download or print only specific chapters or sections, while some will let you download the whole book. Most will let you search within the eBook itself. Publishers can apply different levels of access and usage restrictions on eBooks which can affect the way you can use them. Some of these restrictions include:
Note: Some eBooks have no print, copy or download allowances. They are only available to read online. Always check the availability details (see ProQuest eBook example below).