you access to scholarly, peer-reviewed literature in the ATLA Religion and the PsycArticles databases,
as well as a large collection of academic e-books. You may find full text online for many items. EBSCOhost
requires a username and password which will need to be acquired from Western's Library staff.
- From the “Choose databases” screen, select a database and <Continue>. You
may search several databases at once, but EBSCO recommends one at a time, as features/options
amongst the databases differ. For instance, if you choose only ATLA, you have the option of searching
for articles on specific Scripture references by clicking <Scriptures> near the top of the
- Begin searching
- To print more
than one item:
- Click <Add to folder> button to add each item to your folder.
- Go to “Folder
view” at the right to view contents.
- If the article is available in full text online, click
on PDF or HTML icon under the title to see the full text.
- To print,
click the <Print> icon
at the top of the record.
- On the “Print Manager” screen, check options wanted and <Print> (The
normal print screen options appear)
We are also subscribing to the PsycArticles database, which is accessible through EBSCOHOST. PsycArticles is
a database of full-text articles from some 80 psychological journals, 1894-present.
E-books: Approximately 68,000 e-books are now also available through EBSCOhost.
On the initial “Choose databases” screen, check “ebook Collection.” Click “Learn
more” near the bottom left column for tips on searching and downloading. Click a subject
category to browse the specific titles included, or enter search terms in the search box. You may
access full text online; or, if you have installed free Adobe Digital Editions on your own computer
of portable device, you may download titles there by signing in to your personal account. Select
your preferred checkout period and click “Check Out & Download.”