The Denver Seminary Library has three resources that deliver E-Books - EBSCO, OverDrive, and Digital Theological Library. They can be accessed on your computer or device as long as you are connected to the internet. Most downloaded books are borrowed for one week. Those in the Digital Theological Library may be borrowed between one and twenty-one days.
- Denver Seminary Library E-Book Policy (download)
Our E-books are currently supplied by two vendors, EBSCO & OverDrive. Our membership in the Digital Theological Library (DTL) also provides access to E-Books in many of its databases. Each provider requires independent accounts and apps for them to function. Below is a list of accounts and apps you may need:
- Digital Theological Library
The Digital Theological Library (DTL) provides access to over 15,000 high quality, current E-Books in religious studies, including major series like the ICC and Hermenia commentaries. The DTL requires login using your Library barcode.
Tutorials for help using our E-Books and various E-Readers are available on our Tutorials page.
- Go to Tutorials
- OverDrive eBook Handout
- EBSCOhost eBook Handout
- Digital Theological Library User Guide
Our EBSCO E-Books are searchable. Additionally, they are listed in our catalog with direct links to EBSCO. (Note: For details regarding access to EBSCO from off campus, please click here - Remote Access to Electronic Resources)
Our OverDrive books are displayed and accessible here. Additionally, they are listed in our catalog with direct links to OverDrive.
Digital Theological Library
The DTL provides access to over 15,000 high quality, current E-Books in religious studies, more than 120 databases and over 11,000 journal titles (20,000,000 individual articles).
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.