Logging in to Online Resources
All students have access to full-text academic journals through the ProQuest Religion database.
Additionally, students have access to a growing collection of e-books, commentaries, and general reference through EBSCO and ProQuest. E-books are also accessible through the Internet Archive and the Eternity Online Library accessible through Populi.
If you are looking for a book from our course reserves collection please note which online resource you need to access.
EBSCO log in information:
ProQuest Ebook Central
You will discover two separate access points for materials through ProQuest. For Course Reserves materials such as textbooks and other required reading, you will need to request an account from the ProQuest ebook central page. Requesting and creating an account will notify your librarian to verify your student status before you can access the ebook content.
ProQuest Religion Database
The other access point for ProQuest will be the Religion Database where you will be able to search for articles and publications of scholarly journals. Below, you will find the log in information for the academic journals database.
Internet Archive is a digital library of internet sites, books and texts, and other cultural artifacts including audio, video, historic television programs, and image resources. Anyone can create a free account to access, check out, and download print resources available (about).
Sign up for your free account to access the course reserves content available for free through Internet Archive.
Eternity Online Library
Some online electronic resources are available directly from the Eternity Library Catalog, accessible through Populi. To view and download these resources you just need your personal populi login and password.