Dear Fuller Community,
Please note the temporary change in library open hours for Thursday, September 22 due to Fuller Staff Development events.
As always, online resources will be available for you during this time. Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Allan Hubbard Library
Learn how to save, organize and cite any source using Zotero, a free citation tool.
When: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada).
Where: online, via Zoom.
A recording will be shared with anyone who completes a registration.
Sign up for the workshop via this form.
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 form: https://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 email@example.com.
COVID-19 Protocols for the Pasadena Campus Starting on March 28, 2022: First day of Spring Quarter.
- As previously announced, all classes will resume their scheduled modalities
- Masking will continue to be required indoors
Lecturers or presenters may unmask while presenting in classrooms, events, or chapel
- Meals with others will continue to be required in outdoor spaces
- Fuller’s Vaccination or Testing Policy will end
- Fuller’s Health Care Workers Vaccination Policy remains in effect and continues to be mandated by state and local public health orders
- 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
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
We have closed the entries for the opportunity drawing at 12 PM on December 10, 2021 and the Wheel of Names has picked the winners!
Find out who gets the gifts from the library in this video.
We look forward to your participation in the next DeStress for Success event that will be coming up in March 2022.
Welcome to the Destress for Success and Holidays, Fall 2021 edition!
* We’re sending you lots of virtual hugs and rooting for you!!!*
May your knowledge shine during this finals and beyond!
Enjoy your “Virtual Care package”, such as travelling online, cooking and listening to the holiday music!
We offer some suggestions on this page and would like to hear from you.
It would be great if you could share where you are in the world or where you would like to be.
*Anyone who submits this form and resides in the United States may be an opportunity drawing winner! *
We will count in all entries submitted by 12 PM on Friday, December 10th.
The winner will be announced on the library social media at the end of the Week 11 and will receive a surprise treat via mail.
We have small care packages for those of you who are on or near campus.
Visit a cozy corner at the library lobby and pick a “Take home goodie bag” by the library entrance. One package per person while supplies last. Please respect no drinks or food policy and enjoy it outside of the library.
DeStress for Success: the Library Care Package : we have more suggestions on this page. Check it out!
DeStress for Holidays_Fall 2021 Flyer in English, Korean and Spanish
Online Library Research Help and Reference Assistance
Week 10: November 29 – December 4
Monday – Wednesday : 9 AM- 5 PM
Thursday – Friday : 9 AM – 9 PM
Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Week 11: December 6 – December 11
Monday – Friday: 9 AM – 9 PM
Saturday: 1 PM- 4 PM
Asian American, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Please join Fuller’s Asian American Center for our 2021 virtual celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, “Fighting Erasure.” For more information the events hosted this week, visit Eventbrite.
Are you interested in the Asian American Center Library Resources? Check them out in our library or contact us.
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18, 2021 marks the birthday of of the Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy and is celebrated with different events and as the day of service.
Our offices will be closed on that day.
If Not Now, When?: Revisiting “The Other America”
JANUARY 13–15, 2021.
Please join the William E. Pannell Center for Black Church Studies for our 2021 virtual celebration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as we revisit his speech “The Other America.” This speech describes two Americas functioning simultaneously in a period of heightened and controversial military activity during the Vietnam War. Dr. King details the lived reality of the triple ghetto––race, poverty, and human misery––African Americans faced. We will revisit these evocative constructs in light of our contemporary context and ask the bitter questions of when change must take place, and how.
This event is free however, registration is required to access event viewing links.
View event schedule and register at fuller.edu/mlk/
African American History and Culture Museum Virtual event: The People’s Holiday.
Events hosted by The King Center: The Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
MLK Day Celebration 2021 at California African American Museum (CAAM).