Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Nov 01, 2018 Views: 146
The most popular eBooks database is called the EBSCO eBook Academic Collection @ Fuller library (EBSCOhost). It contains multidisciplinary subjects but you will find religion, psychology, anthropology, etc. ProQuest eBook Central is also a popular interdisciplinary resource.
You can browse all of our eBook databases by clicking the Books and eBooks button on the library home page. From here you can search the library catalog or click the icons for individual eBook databases.
Searching the library catalog is often the preferred method for finding eBooks as most databases (including EBSCO/ Proquest) are searchable through WorldCat. After searching for your desired subject (e.g. Theology AND Reference), simply look to the left column and check the "eBook" box under "format," and "Fuller Libraries" under "Library," to restrict your results to eBooks that Fuller owns. See screenshot below:
(Please note: some searches may require you to click "see more" to see the "eBook" option.)
You can find lists of recommended databases (including eBook ones) for each Fuller school on our Research Tips and Techniques page.