In order to use the Bluefire app or eBooks app, you will need to authenticate it with your Adobe ID. An Adobe ID is a free user account that enables EBSCO to lend library books to you and enforce the proper checkout period.
If you don’t have an Adobe ID, you can get one at the Adobe Website.
In order to download EBSCO eBooks, you must have Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer. You will also need to use Adobe Digital Editions to transfer an eBook to a supported portable eReader device.
For Adobe Acrobat Reader Browser Requirements and settings for all supported browsers, click here.
For general browser requirements for the EBSCOhost interface, click here.
Internet Explorer versions 8.0 and older are not compatible with eBooks in EPUB format. To view an EPUB format eBook, we recommended these browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer 10 or later.
EBSCO’s updated online eBook viewer supports reading on desktop or laptop computers and tablet devices. Our reader is browser-based, so there’s no need to download special software or hardware; users simply search, click and immediately start reading.
Cook Library supports the mission of Western Theological Seminary by being the center for access to biblical, theological, and ministry information resources for students, faculty, and alumni of Western Theological Seminary and the West Michigan community.