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
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The David Allan Hubbard Library is pleased to announce it has purchased JSTOR archival collections for its users! JSTOR offers high-quality, interdisciplinary content including more than 1,500 leading academic journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. The entire back runs of journals are always included, and select collections include valuable primary source content.
The entire corpus is full-text searchable, offers search term highlighting, includes high-quality images, and is interlinked by millions of citations and references. The content is expanded continuously with an emphasis on international publications as well as pamphlets, images, and manuscripts from libraries, societies, and museums.
Links to JSTOR are conveniently located on our databases page. JSTOR content is also indexed and searchable in our library online catalog as well as in the Periodical Titles List interface.
If you need any help accessing these materials, feel free to ask a librarian.
Counseling and Therapy in Video database is available on trial basis until December 17, 2010. The database provides the largest and richest online collection of video available for the study of social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. The collection’s wealth of video and multiplicity of perspectives allow students and scholars to see, experience, and study counseling in ways never before possible. This current release includes 331 videos totaling roughly 371 hours. Please take some time to explore and give us your feedback here or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works is also available on trial basis until December 17, 2010. The database is a searchable collection containing real transcripts of therapy and counseling sessions and first-person narratives illuminating the experience of mental illness and its treatment, as well as reference works to contextualize the primary material. New material is added on a regular basis and, when complete, the database will contain more than 2,000 session transcripts, 40,000 pages of client narratives, and 25,000 pages of secondary reference material. The database currently includes approximately 78,200 pages of material, including more than 20,000 pages of session transcripts, more than 32,000 pages of client narratives, and more than 25,000 pages of secondary reference material. Please give us your feedback on this blog or via email to: email@example.com
For the month of November you can explore, AnthroSource, a premier online portal serving the needs of educators, students, researchers, and practitioners. An online service of AAA, AnthroSource offers access to more than 100 years of anthropological knowledge. Please take some time to explore the database and let us know what you think!
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.
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.)
We are happy to announce the purchase of the second series of ATLA’s Historical Monographs Collection. The database consists of nearly 15,000 titles published from 1894 through 1923. It presents a comprehensive picture of religion in America at the turn of the century. Subjects addressed include the conflict between religion and science, the growing interest in Eastern religions and other world religions, and significant shifts in the religious identification of Americans. Beginning with July 1st, direct links to the individual e-books will also be available in our local online catalog , as well as WorldCatLocal, our new discovery and delivery interface.
The library recently purchased Series 1 of ATLA’ s Historical Monographs Collection. The database provides more than 15,000 e-Books from 1800 through the 1893 World Parliament of Religions, and some earlier publications. It includes many volumes documenting the recovery of languages used during the biblical era and provides an in-depth view of the way that interest in, and knowledge of, biblical languages emerged during the nineteenth century, an important foundation for today’s study and understanding of biblical languages. It also contains titles in Aramaic, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew and Syriac. Beginning with July 1st, direct links to the individual e-books will also be available in our local online catalog , as well as WorldCatLocal, our new discovery and delivery interface.
Last academic year the library subscribed to a package of E-Korean Studies databases. Two major databases, DBpia and KRpia, were dropped from the package; however, Fuller library decided to subscribe individually to DBpia and KRpia. So please remember that the E-Korean Studies link will not include DBpia and KRpia. Instead direct links to DBpia and KRpia can be found on our databases page, and these two must be searched separately.