Explore and evaluate APA Handbooks Online!

APAThe Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate APA Handbooks Online and other E-Collections published by American Psychological Association (APA).

This generous trial offers access to full text reference books providing overviews and  in-depth analyses of a variety of subfields within psychology.

Your feedback is valuable to us! Please visit the trial databases page for more information: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/trials/APA

Explore and evaluate Psychotherapy.net!

IdhearlaughterThe Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate Psychotherapy.net, a database of streaming videos covering the fundamentals of psychotherapy, counseling, and addiction treatment.

You can search and explore the videos by approach, issues, population, and experts.

Your feedback is valuable to us!

Please visit the trial databases page for more information: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/trials/Psychotherapy

Digitalia Hispanica @ Fuller Library

laptopbook (1)Fuller Library is pleased to announce its new subscription to Digitalia Hispanica, a database of  e-books and e-journals in Spanish with access to some of the most renowned publishers in Spain and Latin America.

The database holds thousands of e-books and e-journals, including new and backlist titles in a wide range of subjects within the Humanities and the Social Sciences. While the database is multidisciplinary, you will find scholarly resources in Religion, Philosophy, Psychology, History, Anthropology, and more.

For questions, comments, and suggestions please email us at: dmatei@fuller.edu

Explore and evaluate Digitalia Hispanica!

laptopbook (1)Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate Digital Hispanica, a database of  e-books and e-journals in Spanish with access to some of the most renowned publishers in Spain and Latin America. The database holds thousands of e-books and e-journals, including new and backlist titles in a wide range of subjects within the Humanities and the Social Sciences. While the database is multidisciplinary, you will find scholarly resources in Religion, Philosophy, Psychology, History, Anthropology, and more.

Your feedback is valuable to us! Please visit the trial databases page for more information: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/digitaliahispanica

The Chronicle of Higher Education: new library subscription!

Fuller Library is pleased to announce its new online subscription to The Chronicle of Higher Education, a top destination for news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.

The institution-level subscription allows for unlimited simultaneous users and provides access to current and archival content beginning with 1989.
Visit The Chronicle’s Newsletter (Web Page) to sign up for Academe Today, Weekly Briefing, Jobs, and other area of interest.

Also, our mobile users can set up a domain access to access The Chronicle of Higher education on IPAD, tablet, or smartphone by following the vendor’s mobile instructions (PDF).

JSTOR eBooks @ Fuller Library

JSTOReBooks

Fuller Library is pleased to announce the addition of over 9,500 eBooks to our JSTOR collections. The new interdisciplinary collection includes books published in the fields of religion, psychology, philosophy, sociology, history,  anthropology, and archaeology.

JSTOR eBooks can be accessed via JSTOR’s one search integrated plaform, along with the JSTOR subscription journals.

Just a reminder that you will need to login to JSTOR using the Institution Login option.  For login help, please visit our FAQ pages.

New Ministry Matters database to replace iPreach!

MinistryMattersMinistry Matters  formerly known as  IPreach, was recently launched by the United Methodist Publishing House, to replace iPreach.
The newly revamped database provides full text access to Biblical reference works, commentaries, and lectionary tools. Commentary series include: The New Interpreter’s Bible, Interpretation Commentaries, Abingdon Old Testament and New Testament, and many more.  Ministry Matters describes itself as a “community of resources for church leaders.”

Please note the database is listed on Fuller Library’s databases page, and Fuller Seminary users will need to sign in with their Portico accounts as usual. A “Purchased” sign should accompany any individual titles from the collection, once you are authenticated. For more information you can take view their short tutorial.  Also, faculty and student interested in submitting articles (750-1500 words) about subjects relevant to church leaders: preaching, teaching, worship planning, leadership, outreach may submit by email to editorial@ministrymatters.com.

New E-Book Collections in a new discovery and delivery interface from EBSCO!

We are pleased to announce that the library recently added 700 eBooks to its growing electronic books collection.

You can now search most of our e-Books in a new interface powered by EBSCO Host. Search the entire E-Book collection to read or to download the online content (check-out).

Just a reminder that you can now use the interfaces’ permalink feature to create direct links (including RSS) to keywords or subject-level titles searches.  See the result set of Religion-Biblical Studies-Old Testament search.

Interpretation Commentaries and iPreach alert!

Unfortunately, Westminster/John Knox Press made the decision to withdraw the electronic versions of Interpretation Commentaries series out of the IPreach database.  We no longer have online access to these 35 commentaries, although IPreach still lists the titles as current content. Meanwhile, in consultation with some faculty members, the library is trying to replace this online series with similar content.  Your suggestions are welcome. Other eBook Bible commentaries can be found in our local library catalog, by searching for the specific subject and commentary keyword (i.e. Galatians commentar*) and selecting the limit eBooks.

ProQuest Digital Dissertations and Theses: Full Text

We are happy to introduce to you our newest subscription database, the Digital Dissertations and Theses Full-Text. The database provides access to more than 1.2 million full-text theses and dissertations available for download in PDF format, together with 2.7 million searchable citations to theses from around the world from 1861 to the present. Most of these theses were written to fulfill doctoral degrees. The database offers full-text for most of the theses added from 1997 onwards and some retrospective full-text coverage for older theses. Approximately 70,000 new full-text theses are added to the database each year. Provided by Proquest formerly known as UMI (University Microfilm Inc.)