Library Closure on January 16 and 21, 2023

Dear Members of Fuller Community!

D. A. Hubbard library will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2023 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and on Saturday, January 21, 2023 for Presidential Inauguration and 75th Anniversary Celebration of Fuller Theological Seminary.

Library Hours

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration: Jesus and the Disinherited: The Framework for the Dream
JANUARY 18–20, 2023

Fuller’s 75th Anniversary Celebration and Inauguration Weekend
Faithfully Forward
JANUARY 20–21, 2023

75th Anniversary Celebration 
JANUARY 21, 2023

 

Library Tours on January 6, 2023

Come to explore your library!

Date: Friday, January 6, 2023.

Time: 11:00 – 11:45 AM and 1:15 – 2:00 PM (PDT).

Location: D. A. Hubbard library at 135 N. Oakland Ave, Pasadena, CA 91182.

A tour sign up form: https://forms.gle/z8LWCqTjowANY5BB7

The tour highlights library collections, such as books in English, Korean, Spanish and other languages, journals, Reserves and Reference (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Handbooks, etc.), a computer lab and other study spaces.

We look forward to meeting and greeting you!

Contact: lib-reference@fuller.edu.

Winter 2023 Welcome Week

We invite you to the Winter 2023 Welcome Week!

Dates: December 12 to December 19, 2022. 

Join new and returning students for the introduction to Canvas (Course Management System), Library,
Writing Center, Access and Student Services on Monday, December 12 at 2:30 PM PDT (Zoom event). 

Find a complete schedule of the Welcome Week at https://quad.fuller.edu/winter-2023-welcome-week/

We look forward to seeing you there!

APA databases training in October 2022

Start your fall quarter with free online training sessions hosted by American Psychological Association (APA)!

Who can attend? Anyone who’s interested in learning how to use APA databases. The strategies covered for APA PsycInfo also apply to finding full-text content in APA PsycArticles and APA PsycBooks. 

October 2022

APA PsycInfo Basic Search 

Thursday, October 13, at 2 p.m. * (The registration link opens in a new window)

This 25-minute webinar recording shows how to use APA PsycInfo to target your search of the behavioral sciences literature. Appropriate for students new to database searching and faculty, researchers, and professionals who want to hone their research skills.

APA PsycInfo Advanced Search 

Thursday, October 20, at 2 p.m. * (The registration link opens in a new window)

Expand your search expertise with this 30-minute session that builds upon content presented in the APA PsycInfo Basic Search webinar. This webinar includes a search demonstrations using the APA Thesaurus, Cited References, Tests & Measures, and more.

Beyond Subject Searching on APA PsycInfo 

Wednesday, October 26, at 2 p.m. * (The registration link opens in a new window)

Use APA PsycInfo to do a lot more than finding journal articles! This 45-minute session builds upon your use of basic search strategies for APA PsycInfo.  Learn how to find institutions where research on your topic is happening; discover prospective journals for publishing research; explore grants and sponsors that have funded related research; search for information about tests and measures used in the literature; and expand your research expertise with background information about APA PsycInfo search fields and database record structure.

* All scheduled times are Eastern (US and Canada). Convert the event time to your time zone on the registration page.

After registering, you’ll receive a Zoom confirmation email with details about how to join the webinar.

Can’t attend a scheduled session? View a recording on APA YouTube channel whenever it’s convenient for you.

Need some assistance? Contact your reference librarians

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Spring 2022 Library Tours

Greetings! 
We’d like to welcome you to the library and invite you to the tour on Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 10:00 AM or 3 PM🗓 
 
Would you like to learn where to locate books, journals, etc. and how to use a scanner? 📚 🖥

The tour highlights core library collections, such as books in English, Korean, Spanish and other languages, journals, Reserves and Reference (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Handbooks, etc.), and a Computer Lab. 

Please join us and sign up via this formhttps://forms.gle/ULXDQPQNg4hQctSSA

The tour meets at the library lobby and takes about 45 minutes. The library collections and study places are located on 4 floors. Please wear comfortable shoes. 

Have questions? Would you like to request a tour in Korean or Spanish? Contact us at lib-reference@fuller.edu

COVID-19 Protocols for the Pasadena Campus Starting on March 28, 2022: First day of Spring Quarter.

  1. As previously announced, all classes will resume their scheduled modalities 
  2. Masking will continue to be required indoors

    Lecturers or presenters may unmask while presenting in classrooms, events, or chapel

  3. Meals with others will continue to be required in outdoor spaces
  4. Fuller’s Vaccination or Testing Policy will end 
  5. Fuller’s Health Care Workers Vaccination Policy remains in effect and continues to be mandated by state and local public health orders
  6. Symptom checks are required at each campus visit

Campus map: https://www.fuller.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/FTS_CampusMap_Update_November_21_2017-1.pdf

ATLA Religion Database Tour

Join the library and your peers and learn about search tools and shortcuts that the American Theological Library Association Religion database search engine offers.

When: Tuesday, February 22, 2022 at 4:00 PM (PDT).

Where: Online via Zoom
You will receive a link to join a live event or its recording.

4:00 – 4:30 PM Tour and presentation
4:30 – 5:00 PM Questions and answers

Who should attend?
Anyone who’s interested in learning about finding sources in Biblical Studies, archaeology, and antiquities; human culture and society; world religions and religious studies; church history, missions, and ecumenism; pastoral ministry; theology, philosophy, and ethics.

Preparation: None.

Register at https://forms.gle/YcdNKAKUJ92aWrbH6

About ATLA Religion Database
ATLA Religion (including ATLAS), an American Theological Library Association database, indexes journal articles, essays, and book reviews in all fields of religion.
ATLAS is a digital collection of over 550 full text journals in religion and theology combined with over 1,100 actively indexed journals.
One of the strengths of this database is rich content: the project has digitized journal issues going back about 50 years or more.

Contact: lib-reference@fuller.edu.

Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual celebration that received official recognition from governments in the United States and Canada, and more recently has been observed in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and other locations. 

Let’s honor the African Americans who contributed to the rich legacy of their ancestors and many-many our Brothers and Sisters who continue to inspire us today.   

Do you know “Lift Every Voice and Sing” , a hymn written by NAACP leader James Weldon Johnson in 1900 and set to music by his brother, J. Rosamond Johnson was adopted by the NAACP as the Black National Anthem in 1919? 

References

Felder, Cain Hope. 1991. Stony the Road We Trod : African American Biblical Interpretation. Minneapolis: Fortress Press. (Access this ebook via Fuller library). Thirtieth anniversary expanded edition.

Francis, Aisha. “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” In Encyclopedia of Black Studies, by Molefi Kete Asante, and Ama Mazama. Sage Publications, 2004. via Credo Reference. (Access this article via Fuller library; signing into the network is required). 

Lift Every Voice and Sing.” via Hymnary.org

Lift Every Voice and Sing via NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People).

Miller, Cait. “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” via Library of Congress “In the Muse” (Performing Arts Blog), February 8, 2022. 

Sapir, Edward. Review of The Book of American Negro Spirituals, by J. W. Johnson. The Journal of American Folklore 41, no. 159 (1928): 172–74. https://doi.org/10.2307/534910. via JSTOR. 

Wedin, Carolyn. “Johnson, J. Rosamond.” Oxford African American Studies Center. 1 Dec. 2009; Accessed 8 Feb. 2022. https://oxfordaasc-com.fuller.idm.oclc.org/view/10.1093/acref/9780195301731.001.0001/acref-9780195301731-e-45762. via Oxford African American Studies Center. 

Library Closed on MLK Day – January 17 2022

On Monday, January 17th,  2022, D. A. Hubbard library will be closed in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will reopen on Jan. 18th, 2022 at 9 am.

Please join the Pannell Center for Black Church Studies for the online event (Jan. 19–21, 2022).  For more information and registration visit, fuller.edu/mlk/.

For information about other events and programs dedicated to the King Holiday Observance, visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change website

On Monday January 17, 2022, D. A. Hubbard library will be closed in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  We will reopen on Jan. 18th at 9 am.