Answered By: Lisa Setters
Last Updated: May 15, 2015     Views: 60

When you find an eBook or electronic resource in Asbury Scholar, look at the item record and ask these questions:

1.   Is it a NetLibrary book?

   If yes, it is an Asbury University book. We do not have access to these books. Sorry!

2.   Is it a TREN (Theological Research Exchange Network) resource?

   If yes, look for the item in ePLACE.

3.   Was it recorded at Asbury Theological Seminary?

   If yes, look for the item in ePLACE.

4.    Does it look like this? If yes, see the links below for reading or downloading an EBSCO eBook for further instructions.

5.   If you answered "no" to all of the above questions, look for a web address with "asburyseminary" in it. This web address should open the book.

If you still can't access the item, please contact us for help.

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