Alumni Access to EBSCO Databases

Hello Fuller Alumni Patrons!

 

Due to the vendor updates, you can now access EBSCO databases available for alumni access (EBSCO ebooks, ATLA Serials, Religion Collection, and Audiobook Collection) through our Library Services for Alumni: Electronic Resources page, where you will find a complete list of databases available for alumni patrons. Accessing them through other library sites such as the WorldCat item record page or the Database page may prevent you from viewing the full-text content. 

Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing us at lib-systems@fuller.edu. Thank you!

Trials of the Anchor Bible Collections and Library of Catholic Thought

We are excited to announce the trials of the most requested and trusted resources in Biblical Studies and Theology that we all have been waiting for!

  1. Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries 
  2. The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
  3. The Library of Catholic Thought

The trials end on Friday November 12, 2021.

Explore these resources and make your recommendations for their purchase through this form or email our library Electronic Resources Team at lib-systems@fuller.edu.

Need some research assistance? Contact your reference librarians at lib-reference@fuller.edu.

 

 

 

The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek Trial

The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek Online is a companion for students and advanced scholars of Ancient Greek, Classical Studies, Linguistics and Biblical Studies. 

You can access this ebook through March 12, 2021 via library databases.

Please provide your feedback on this trial and contact us for assistance. For your convenience, here is a link to the feedback form

Read Prof. Montanari’s article about the dictionary at Brill Linguistics Blog.

Library Catalog (WorldCat) and Databases Down (OCLC server error)

Attention:

Starting around noon today, the library catalog (WorldCat) and databases became inaccessible due to an error with our library vendor’s servers (OCLC). Our circulation software has also been affected so that books cannot currently be renewed online. We are still able to check books in and out at the front circulation desk, but we will not be able to provide account updates about fees. We are aware of these problems and have contacted OCLC about the access issues.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and trust that access will be returned within a few hours. We will issue an update when normal operation of our systems has been restored.

Thank you for your understanding and patience!

Applicants Needed – Library Digital Resources Peer Group

Fuller Library is looking for 5 – 6 individuals to form the Library Digital Resources Peer Group. This informal group will work closely with the Head of Electronic Services in the procurement of new electronic resources for the David Allan Hubbard Library. The group will “meet” 3 times a year, the first usually being one week after the quarter begins. The initial meeting is to receive a list of resources to peruse and try out on your own time, with a deadline of submitting feedback being two weeks before finals.

We need people from the following areas / groups: SOP, SIS, SOT, Korean / Spanish speakers, on-campus groups, students, faculty, and staff. Alumni may be added in the future, depending on if we can locate eResources that allow for outside current status.

If you are interested, please fill out this application by September 6. Email lib-systems@fuller.edu with any questions you may have!

EBSCO eBooks alert! **UPDATE**


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EBSCO’s eBooks download issues have been resolved. If you do continue to experience problems with eBooks, or if you have any questions, you may e-mail us at lib-info@fuller.edu. Thank you!

EBSCO, one of our major eBook providers, is currently experiencing server issues causing the download functionality of all their eBook collections to fail.

While eBooks can still be accessible and read online, the process of downloading offline using Adobe Digital Editions breaks down.

EBSCO’s technical support team is working to resolve the situation asap, and we will provide regular updates. Thank you so much for your patience!

Explore and evaluate Digital Loeb Classical Library!

The Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate Digital Loeb Classical Library.  Recently digitized by Harvard University Press, the database provides access to more than 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts in a modern interface that allows readers to browse, search, annotate, bookmark and share content (www.hup.harvard.edu).

Your feedback is valuable to us!

Please visit the trial databases page for more information and share your comments: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/loeb.