E-books from EBL, EBSCO and Ebrary can be read off-line; that is, downloaded to your computer or mobile device. To learn how to get DML e-books onto a smartphone, tablet or reader go here.
You cannot read ATLA Historical monographs off-line.
|Library holdings at Proquest Ebook Central (formerly Electronic Book Library (EBL))||A small collection of individually selected titles, most of which are on unit bibliographies.||Guide to EBL|
|EBSCO Religion E-book Collection||A formed and growing collection or more than 5,500 titles. New: Access is through the University of Divinity Hub: Ark login is required to access this resource from outside the library.||Support site here|
|Proquest (formerly Ebrary) Religion and Philosophy Collection||A formed and growing collection or more than 11,000 titles. New: Access is through the University of Divinity Hub: Ark login is required to access this resource from outside the library.||Guide to Ebrary|
|American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Historical Monographs Collection Series 1 (1300s–1893) and Series 2 (1894–1922)||The ATLA Historical Monographs Collection consists of two series that provide access to more than 29,000 titles dating mostly from 1850 through 1922. The material mostly deals with the topics of Church Life, Demographics, Doctrinal Disputes, Higher Criticism, Judeo-Christian Religions, Non-Western Religions, and Social Movements. A listing of monograph titles in Series 1 can be found here, and one for Series 2 here.||Help pages for Series 1 and Series 2|
|Books at JSTOR||A collection of books from scholarly publishers. Titles include topics in Religion, Theology, Philosophy, and related disciplines. The most important books can be found in the library catalogue, but you can search the entire corpus through the JSTOR search form. Please make sure to select "Include only content I can access" to access material available through the library.||JSTOR search tutorial|
|Oxford Handbooks Online||Essays and chapters from nearly 50 volumes in the Oxford Handbooks series. Topics deal with Religion and Theology. Individual essays or chapters are findable through the Oxford handbooks Online search page. Please make sure you select only "Unlocked" or "Free" material from your results screen to access available through the University of Divinity Hub. New: Ark login is necessary to access this resource from outside the library.|