Fourteen computers in the computer lab on the 2nd floor in the Pasadena campus library provide full internet and database access. Computer workstations are available on a first come/first served basis, with priority given to Fuller students.
Zotero is a free bibliographic management software that allows users to collect, store, and format bibliographic references. It also integrates with Microsoft Word and other word processing programs to allow the inserting and formatting of citations and bibliography while writing your paper (cite while you write).
You can download Zotero and its extentions from the Zotero website. Zotero web also hosts user documentation and community forums. The library does not subscribe to this resource. To synchronize your data across different devices and keep your library up-to-date, you need to create a free user account. To access a user guide in PDF, click here.
If you have questions about Zotero, please email a reference librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As of December 2016, Fuller Theological Seminary no longer subscribes to EndNote.
Four computers in the computer lab on the 2nd floor in the Pasadena campus library are equipped with Bibleworks. Fuller ID holders can use BibleWorks in the computer lab.
BibleWorks is the original languages Bible software program for biblical exegesis and research. It comes with Greek, Hebrew, and Septuagint Bibles for your computer, as well as translations in English, German, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and more.
A tightly integrated collection of Bible software tools are designed specifically for scholarly analysis of the Bible text. BibleWorks comes with a variety of Bible search tools, lexicons, dictionaries, and morphology analysis resources. For all levels of users, it is suitable for Bible study, sermon preparation, and detailed Bible research.