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A guide to accessing and using the electronic databases and ebooks available to students.

Access to Electronic Databases

Campus Access

All library patrons may access electronic databases using library computers or personal laptop computers while on campus.

Remote Access

Full remote access to electronic databases is provided for students, while limited remote access is provided to graduates of BMA Seminary.  Students must obtain the login information for the electronic databases at the front desk, through Moodle, or by telephone ( 903) 586-2501 ext. 215 or 216.

Getting Started

The purpose of this guide is to help you find full-text journal articles and eBooks in one of our many databases and to give you and overview of the electronic resources available to BMATS students.  You can also discover quality web resources selected by librarians. Click the tabs above to navigate the guide.  Be sure that you have the appropriate log-in information (look to the box to the left of this one for details on access).

Use the A-Z Database list below to view every database available at Kellar library, as well as key websites for theological research.  

If you want to perform a quick search of ATLA Religion with ATLA Serials, use the box below.

ATLA Religion Search

ATLA Religion Database
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EBSCO Search Tutorials

Open Access Search Box

Is Your Article Available Open Access?

Open access reduces barriers to research. Before completing your request through Interlibrary Loan, check to see if the article has been made freely available open access by the author.

You can search for an article's URL, DOI, PMID, PMC ID, Title, or Citation.


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Phillip Waddell
(903) 586-2501 Ext. 216