Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: Mar 04, 2024     Views: 14

The EBSCO Mobile App is a free resource provided by one of Fuller's electronic resource vendors, EBSCO.

The app gives library users a quick and easy way to view subscribed content from EBSCO on the go, including downloading eBooks without needing an Adobe ID or Adobe Digital Editions.

Please note that the app is limited to EBSCO provided eBooks, and eJournals, and that additional content is available through the library catalog and databases.

In order to sign in:

1. Search for "Fuller Theological Seminary" in the "Find your instituion" search.

2. Off-campus users will then be prompted to sign in with their EBSCO account. If you don't already have an EBSCO account, you will need to create one online before logging in to the EBSCO Mobile App. This account is separate from your Fuller ID and is free to generate at this link. 

3. Users who connect via the Pasadena on-campus internet will automatically sign in without an EBSCO account. However, you will not be able to save research findings or recent activity without first signing in to your EBSCO account within the app. You can sign in to an existing EBSCO account, or create a new one, under the app's  "account" tab (bottom right 'person' icon).

Please feel free to contact the library at for assistance in logging in to the EBSCO Mobile app or for any other questions about Fuller library electronic resources.