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Adobe Digital Editions
In order to download our ProQuest and EBSCO eBooks you'll need to download the (free) Adobe Digital Editions reader.
JSTOR eBooks can be read in your browser or downloaded as a PDF.
Atla and EBSCO Databases
Atla and EBSCO Databases. Search these for articles on your research topic. Our EBSCO collection includes: Atla religion database with AtlaSerials, Old and New Testament Abstracts, Academic Search Premier, eBooks, SocIndex, and PsychInfo.
Downloading and Copyright
Due to publisher restrictions, many eBooks cannot be downloaded in their entirety but must be downloaded in chapters or sections. Some publishers also place a limit on how many pages can be downloaded or printed at one time. Please see each eBook section for downloading and printing limits.
Copyright Fair Use and licensing agreements generally allow you to download and/or print sections of eBooks when needed for your current educational or research activities, but not to redistribute those PDFs to others. For additional information on Phillip's Copyright Policies and Fair Use please see the Phillips Copyright Policy print-out next to all copy/print stations on campus.
To locate an EBSCO eBook click the PTS eBooks file to the left and select the sheet for EBSCOhost. Once you find an eBook you're interested in just search for the title in the catalog.
You can also select Atla and EBSCO Databases from our A-Z List, select Electronic Books, and search for the eBook directly on the publisher's platform.
To access our eBooks you will now log in with your SSO credentials.
Your SSO credentials are your firstname.lastname and the password you created when setting up your SSO for the first time. Usually, it will be the same password as your Phillips Outlook.