Spring 2024 Library Workshops

Spring 2024 Library Workshops
The library invites you to online and in-person workshops hosted this Spring quarter.

For more information, see this Library Guide. Need help or have questions? Contact us at lib-reference@fuller.edu.


  • [Korean] 도서관 온라인 서비스 관련 웨비나 4월 16일 (화) 오후 3시(미서부시간)  Zoom Link 
  • [Spanish] Taller de Recursos Electrónicos Miércoles, Abril 17, 6:00 PM (Tiempo del Pacífico) Zoom Link
  • [English] How to use ebooks (Beginner) Thursday, April 23, 3:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada), Zoom Link


  • May 14, 3:00 PM Pacific Time, Zoom Link Research Tips for the ATLA Religion Database [English]
  • May 15 3:00 PM Pacific Time, Zoom Link Citation Tools [English]
  • [Korean] 도서관 투어 및 도서관 대면 서비스 안내(캠퍼스내 현장 워크샵)  5월 14일 화요일 오후 3시(미국 서부시간) 소요시간:투어 30분/도서관 대면서비스 안내 30분/모이는 장소:도서관 로비/ 등록을 원하시는 학우분은  구글 양식를 통해 등록해주세요. (풀러이메일에 접속 후, 구글양식이 열리며 등록양식에 풀러 이메일 기재)

2024년 겨울학기 도서관 웨비나

이번 2024년 겨울학기 도서관 웨비나는 연구 지원에 도움이 되는 서비스를 주제로 준비되었습니다. 각각 30분 정도 소요되는 짧은 웨비나에 부담없이 참석하셔서 연구와 학업에 도움이 되는 시간이 되기를 바랍니다.

참고문헌 인용 도구 Korean Webinar for Citation Tools (30분)

2월 22일 목요일 오후 4시(미국 서부시간)/한국시간 2월 23일 금요일 오전 9시

참고문헌 도구인 Zotero에 대한 짧은 소개 및 다운로드 방법에 대해 안내합니다. 또한 도서관 카달로그 및 데이터베이스을 통해서 인용 정보를 얻는 방법 및 대표적인 인용 스타일 중 시카고 메뉴얼 스타일(Chicago Manual Style)을 위한 온라인 데이터베이스의 이용에 궁금하신 분들은 누구나 참여 가능합니다.

줌링크 클릭 (예약없이 누구나 참석 가능) Meeting ID: 932 9139 6549/ Passcode: 264861

*선택사항: 웨비나 후 PPT 자료( 혹은 녹화 자료)를 받길 원하시는 분은 여기를 통해 등록해주세요.

신학 관련 데이터베이스 입문 Korean Webinar for Introduction to Theological Databases (30분)

2월 29일 목요일 오후 4시(미국 서부시간)/한국시간 2월 30일 금요일 오전 9시

국내외 신학 관련 데이터베이스 중에 가장 기본적인 DBpia 및 ATLA Religion을 이용하여 자료를 효과적으로 검색하는 방법에 대해 안내합니다.

줌링크 클릭(예약없이 누구나 참석 가능) Meeting ID: 955 0107 1725/ Passcode: 920958

*선택사항: 웨비나 후 PPT 자료( 혹은 녹화 자료)를 받길 원하시는 분은 를 여기를 통해 등록해주세요.

Winter’24 library training and Q. and A. sessions

Would you like to strengthen your research skills? Join these complementary training sessions!

Citation Tools

Tuesday, February 20, 4:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada).

Duration: 45 minutes. 

Learn with your library and peers how to generate citations using the tools included in a library catalog and databases. We’ll also have a short demo on Zotero, a free program for capturing, organizing and using citations for writing.

Have you missed a live event? View the presentation on Citation Tools.

Register and submit your questions

Research Tips for the ATLA Religion Users

Thursday, February 22, 4:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada).

Duration: 45 minutes. 

Learn about search tools and shortcuts the ATLA Religion (American Theological Library Association) database search engine offers.

Who should attend? Anyone who’s interested in finding sources in the following subjects:

    •   • Biblical Studies
    •   • Theology
    •   • World religions and religious studies
    •   • Church history
    •   • Missions and ecumenism
    •   • Pastoral ministry
    •   • Philosophy
    •   • Archaeology and antiquities
    •   • Human culture and society and ethics

Register and submit your questions

How to use ebooks (Beginner)

Thursday, March 7, 4:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada).

Duration: 45 minutes.

Join us to learn about finding and using ebooks more effectively! Fuller Library provides access to a robust collection of ebooks. We will review how to find eBooks through the library catalog and browse some collections through our ebook databases.

Register and submit your questions

APA Webinars

The American Psychological Association search experts teach how to navigate APA PsycInfo to discover the latest behavioral science research. Search strategies covered in these sessions can be applied across all platforms when searching other APA databases.

Register to attend the APA live event(s) or to access its recording.

APA PsycInfo: Beginner Search

These 45-minute sessions are for anyone who is new to searching behavioral science literature.

Friday, March 15, 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register for the APA webinars

APA PsycInfo: Advanced Search

These 60-minute sessions highlight some of APA PsycInfo’s advanced functionality designed to increase efficiency by retrieving better search results faster.

Friday, February 16, 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Friday, March 22, 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register for the APA webinars

Theological Research Workshop on January 31

writingresearchGoogle and Wikipedia just won’t cut it when it comes to the research required for producing excellent written assignments. This Writing Center workshop, presented in collaboration with the David Allan Hubbard Library staff, will direct your path and send you in the way you should go on your search for all things theological. Learn to navigate the labyrinth of the library basements and to conquer online databases, and practice discerning the value of the materials you discover for your own projects.

Saturday, January 31, 2015
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Hubbard Library Third Floor Computer Lab

This workshop is free,​ and free food and coffee will be served. Please register in advance at https://sites.google.com/a/fuller.edu/fuller-writing-center/writing-workshops

Fuller Library Database/EndNote Workshop, 10/25

The David Allan Hubbard Library Reference team will present a workshop on library databases and EndNote to help with your research. Fuller students, faculty, and staff are invited.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location: D.A. Hubbard Library, 3rd floor computer lab

This workshop is free, but please register in advance. To sign up, complete the online form: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/library/workshops

Questions? E-mail lib-reference@fuller.edu


In an effort to encourage students in maintaining academic integrity, the Academic Leadership Council at Fuller Theological Seminary has mandated a subscription to Turnitin, a web-based originality checking and plagiarisms prevention service provided by iPardigms, LLC. For details regarding account setup, training, support, and suggested best practices for both faculty and students, please visit our Turnitin pages or contact the account administrator.

Library Research: Teaching and Workshops

Just a reminder, the library offers ongoing workshops that cover research methods as well as basic End Note and Turnitin training.  In addition,  the Library provides on-demand classroom instruction, and one-on-one research strategy help sessions.  For a list of the workshops and their dates visit our Library Workshops page. To request that a member of the Library Research Instruction Staff visit your class for a tutorial, please fill out a request form , or email your request to lib-reference@fuller.edu.

The Hubbard Library also welcomes walk-in requests, and our Information Access Services staff is happy to assist you with any research question or refer you to additional resources, if needed.   We hope see or hear from you soon!