The David Allan Hubbard Library will be closed Friday, June 26, and Saturday, June 27, in preparation for the construction of the new Faculty Commons. Some library resources on the third floor will be relocated to clear the area for the commons, which will serve as a consolidated resource for Fuller faculty and doctoral students with teaching responsibilities. In order to support the Faculty Commons and further the seminary’s commitment to integrate information technology and academic resources, the third floor will also become the new home of the Distributed Learning team.
As a result of this closure and subsequent construction, the computer lab currently on the third floor will be closed; however, computers will remain available for use on the first floor. We will also install several new computers over the course of the summer.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Meanwhile, we are excited to expand our resources and services to the Fuller community.
Earlier this month, we reported on an issue with Fuller Library users unable to access our electronic resources remotely. The issue has been resolved.
All of our current students, staff, and faculty should be able to log in with their new Fuller ID. If you have not reset your password, you should be directed to do so at: reset2015.fuller.edu.
Recent error messages experienced by our Moodle users when trying to access a permalink from our databases are now fixed as well.
For our alumni, access to electronic resources still remains separate and is not yet integrated with the new Fuller ID. Please visit the library’s alumni pages at infoguides.fuller.edu/libraryalumni and follow the instructions on the main page for remote access to selected databases.
Following our trial subscription to the Digital Loeb Classical Library in September, and the overwhelming response from faculty and students, Fuller Library has purchased the database.
The Digital Loeb Classical Library provides online access to the entire collection of the Loeb Classical Library. Digitized and maintained by Harvard University Press, the collection contains more than 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts in a modern and elegant interface, allowing readers to “browse, search, bookmark, annotate, and share content with ease” (loebclassics.com).
The Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate Digital Loeb Classical Library. Recently digitized by Harvard University Press, the database provides access to more than 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts in a modern interface that allows readers to browse, search, annotate, bookmark and share content (www.hup.harvard.edu).