EBSCOhost is the single most used digital reference resource around the world and serves as the online service to access eBook Academic. eBook Academic is a 120,000+ volume general academic collection of ebooks, covering a wide range of subjects including religion, psychology, history, and philosophy. At this point, there is no maximum number of items students/faculty may check out or a stated length of check out.
ONLY current NOBTS students and faculty have access. For remote access (computer not on campus network), contact the library's main circulation desk for an EBSCOhost passkey to access the system.
Ebrary provides access to over 500 of the world's most authoritative eBook publishers. The 4,500+ eBooks found here are limited to titles in subjects related to Psychology/Counseling and Social Work.
Only current NOBTS students and faculty have access. To sign in, use your NOBTS student ID number.
OverDrive is the world's leading full-service digital distributor of eBooks and audiobooks from over 2,000 publishers. Digital media can be transferred to mobile devices such as smartphones, MP3 players, etc. OverDrive eBooks include subjects such as Apologetics, Christian Education, Church History, Hermeneutics, Preaching, and Women's Studies. Students/faculty are allowed to check out a maximum of 5 items for 2 weeks. At the end of the 2 weeks, the items will be automatically turned in.
Only current NOBTS students and faculty have access. You must set up an account using your NOBTS student ID number in order to check out resources.
GALE reference materials available as e-books. For NOBTS students and faculty only. Please contact the library for the passkey to this resource.
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library is a digital library of hundreds of classic Christian books.
Project Gutenberg offers over 45,000 free ebooks. You can choose from free epub and kindle books to download or read online.
Greek and Latin texts.
HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.
Over 1 million digitial books, free, in the public domain.