Ebooks at the Keller Library

The Keller Library provides access to thousands of ebook titles available for electronic loan through our library catalog.

Once you have logged in with your Keller Library patron name and barcode, you may read ebooks from the web browser of any device.

You will need to log into your online library account to browse, read, or check out e-books. All students and Theological Research at a Distance patrons should be registered by a librarian and should have log-in information that includes a library username and password.

If you have misplaced your log-in information, please contact the library.

If you want to save pages, print pages, or read offline (without an internet connection), follow the instructions below.

Step 1, preparing your computer or portable electronic device to download or print e-books. (Find out if your device is compatible)

Download Adobe Digital Editions to your computer. Save the appropriate file, accept the license agreement, choose “Option 1” (mandatory), and select any other options you would like. Click “Install: and close when installation is complete.

Step 2, authorizing your device to use e-books. Create an Adobe ID first, or sign in if you already have an Adobe ID.

You are now ready to download ebooks to your computer.

Step 3, preparing a portable device (optional). To access Keller Library ebooks on a portable device (e.g., iPad or other tablet), you need to download the Bluefire Reader.

Bluefire for Android / Bluefire for Apple
Apple users: Please note, you may have to download Bluefire Reader first to iTunes on your computer and then download to your mobile device.

Detailed instructions are provided at the Bluefire Reader FAQ page.

Feel free to contact the Keller Library staff if you have questions about the program or need help installing the software on your device!

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The library's physical collections are not available to patrons, as GTS transitions to future uses of this space. 


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