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Navigating Databases: eBook Providers

A Guide for using databases

Project Muse

The ULS Library utilizes Project Muse to provide students, faculty, and staff with access to roughly 2,000 ebooks in PDF format. Muse is a non-profit based at Johns Hopkins University and provides access to the ebooks from many academic/university-based presses, including over 500 titles from Augsburg Fortress Publishers (1517 Media).

Searching Project Muse

ProQuest Central eBooks Overview

Using ProQuest eBook Online Reader

EBR from de Gruyter

The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception offers researchers extensive background information on places, people, and things found throughout the Bible and how scholars and the church has interpreted those things (and individual books) through time. It will ultimately include over 14,000 articles, but is only about halfway through the alphabet at this time.

EBR Overview

Using EBR


The land on which United Lutheran Seminary sits, and which stretches between its two campuses, is tribal land, inhabited originally by the Lenni Lenape, the Susquehannock, and the Seneca tribes. We honor those original caretakers of this land, and we pay respect to the original inhabitants of what we now call Pennsylvania. Acknowledging this history is consistent with the seminary’s commitment to welcome and equity, which calls us in Christ to repentance, reconciliation, and wholeness. Even though the sad history of colonization cannot be undone, this land acknowledgement is one small way for us to remember what happened here, to understand our part in this story, and to develop a more healthy relationship with the land and its original inhabitants.


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