Books and Display Celebrating Black History Month

February is Black History Month, a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the myriad of contributions Black people have made to our society and country for so many years. To support this, we wanted to display books on Black theology and history, both electronic books or in print. Also be sure to stop by the library lobby to see our Black History Month display! 

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New Trial Database: Calvin & Geneva 16

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Fuller Library has a month long trial to the Calvin & Geneva 16 database!

This database presents all the texts by or about John Calvin which have been published by the Librairie Droz from 1960 to 2012, with an initial focus on Geneva, Calvin, and the beginnings of the French evangelical movement with Lefèvre d’Etaples and Marguerite de Navarre. 230 texts are currently available.

Click here to be taken to our Databases page and try it out.

Also, be sure to send us your feedback via this survey!

We Need You! Take Our Patron Feedback Survey!

The David Allan Hubbard Library is in the beginning stages of improving our building to better serve the Fuller campus community. But, we also would like YOUR opinion to be mindful of what is desired from our patrons.

Take a few minutes and let us know what you’d like to see and have here at the Fuller Library. This feedback isn’t only for those on-campus; we encourage distance students to also participate.

Click here to take the survey!

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Brace Yourselves – Reference Librarians Are Here

Fuller Library is excited to announce the arrival of not one, but two Reference Librarians to the Fuller Library!

Audrey Chun is our Reference Librarian & Korean Studies Specialist. She knows Korean and can help Fuller’s Korean student population with their reference questions.

Natalya Pashkova is our Reference Librarian & Community Outreach Specialist. She will be assisting the Electronic Resources Librarian as well as the Archivist in planning events for the Fuller Library and establishing and strengthening our relationships in the community.

Both of these librarians can be reached at lib-reference@fuller.edu! Or if you would like to ask them a question or make an appointment, fill out this form!

Welcome to Fuller, Audrey and Natalya!

Blind Date with a Book!

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Ever been told to “not judge a book by it’s cover?”

Fuller Library is challenging you to do the same! Stop by our Blind Date with a Book display and pick out a “date.” Take the book to the Circulation Desk and get some sweets for your sweet! Who knows…perhaps you will fall in love!

Also, the desk is straight from our Archives – it belonged to and was used by Grace Fuller!

Take a picture with your “date” and be sure to tag #fullerlibrary and #blinddatewithabook on Instagram and Twitter!

New Books in February!

Want to know what new items were recently added to David Allen Hubbard Library for February? Check the library news page twice a month!

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