Want to Learn a Language? Try Mango!

It’s more than a fruit – it is a way to learn a language!

Mango Languages offers instruction and learning for 77 languages and counting. Languages include Spanish, Biblical Hebrew, Ancient Greek, and Latin. The program also includes Specialty Courses, which feature culture and themes relating to the language you are learning as well as using movie clips! For more info on Mango Languages, go to our Mango Resources page.

If you have any questions, please contact lib-systems@fuller.edu.

Happy learning!


New Korean Books for October (10월 신간)

Upcoming Holiday Hours and Closures for Fall 2019

As we head into the holiday season, Hubbard Library wanted to inform patrons about upcoming closures and end of term hours. Below are the anticipated library closure dates and end of term hours. We will communicate any additional adjustments if they are necessary.

For fall 2019, the following will be in effect:

Thursday, November 28 – Saturday, November 30: Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday
Monday, December 2 – Friday, December 6 AND Monday, December 9 – Friday, December 13: Extended Hours for Finals – Open 9am – 9pm.
Monday, December 16 – Wednesday, December 18: Inter-term Hours – Open 10am – 5pm
Thursday, December 19 – Wednesday, January 1: Closed for Christmas and New Years’ Holidays

Feel free to email the Library at lib-info@fuller.edu with any questions. Thank you!

Books for October

Happy Fall quarter! Please check out  some of new books in the David Allan Hubbard Library.


Electronic Resource Help Desk Hours

This fall quarter, dedicated electronic resource help will be available at the Hubbard Library front desk and online during the following hours:

Tuesday 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Wednesday 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

(All times are pacific standard time.)

To request help online, please email lib-systems@fuller.edu, or “Chat Now” through the Ask a librarian & FAQ tab on the Fuller Library home page.

Live chat will be available during posted hours, but you are welcome to email lib-systems@fuller.edu at any time for help troubleshooting or accessing all of our electronic databases, eJournals, eBooks, Wepa accounts, or web resources.

eResource help is also available by appointment through the library reservation system. Appointments are available in person and via phone or video conference, Monday through Thursday, 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm.

Blessings on your studies this fall season!

Books for September

Happy Fall Quarter! Below is some of eBooks purchased for ECD and syllabi for fall quarter!




Books for August

Are interested in the following books? We always welcome you to suggest a book for yourself and for the library.

Books for July, Continued…

Happy Summer! Please check out the following books when you have time.




New eReserves / Course Reserves Guidelines for Fall 2019

Starting fall quarter 2019, Fuller Library has new guidelines in regards to both Course Reserves and eReserves and Course Reserves.
  • eReserves

    • Hard deadlines of three weeks before the quarter begins for courses that need more than 150 pages will be implemented. Last minute (less than three weeks) requests will not be fulfilled (ex: September 14 – Fall 2019; December 18 – Winter 2020).

    • eReserves requests submitted after the three week deadline are now limited to 5 per course or 150 pages, whichever comes first.

    • In an effort to reduce duplicate costs for items, eBooks, online articles, or self-produced works which can satisfy eReserves requests will not be linked in the eReserves course on Canvas. Please note the book in the ECD and state, “eBook is available through the Hubbard Library,” or provide a link in your course page to the item (s).

  • Course Reserves

    • Required course readings available as an eBook will not be pulled and shelved in print in Course Reserves.

    • Books only available in print will be put in Course Reserves.

    • The library will not purchase duplicate print books for Course Reserves.

    • eBook links will not be available in the Course Reserve page. Please note the book in the ECD and state, “eBook is available through the Hubbard Library.”