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Theology: Indigenous Perspectives: Find Open Access eBooks

The purpose of this guide is to help users find printed and electronic resources related to Indigenous perspectives of Christian theology available at the Tyndale libraries and beyond. Thank you to our former Education Librarian Mark Mueller who created a

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Open Access eBooks

Open access books (OAB) are digitized books that are freely available on the internet for anyone to read, copy, print, download and use for research or any other lawful purpose. Open access books are sustained and produced by the academic and scientific communities that edit and produce them. OABs are:

  • recent books that have been made available for free to the public under a creative commons copyright license 
  • digitized versions of books that are a part of the public domain
    Note: a book enters the public domain 70 years after the original author's death or 95 years after the publication of a corporate work
  • scholarly works that should be properly acknowledged and cited just like any other scholarly work 

Click on one of the tabs in the box below to see recommended lists of eBook collections and repositories as well as suggested open access books for theological and indigenous studies.

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Open access books (OABs) are normally stored in institutional archives and repositories and to try and search for them directly from the institutional or repository website. Here are some tips on how to find open access books: 

  • Use the Directory of Open Access Books widget below to find open access books by topic
  • Use the search engine and/or browsing features on one of the suggested OAB eBook collection sites in the box below
  • Use a search engine, such as Google, to search for an open access book if you know the exact title
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Many Open Access book publishers use Creative Commons licences to distribute their works and ensure that the content of the articles published in their journals are reusable in the widest sense possible. For more information on Creative Commons licenses click on one of the links below.

Recommended open access eBook collections & titles