Category Archives: Web Resources

New Web Resources

Between blogs and listservs and general question answering, I come across many helpful web resources. Here are a few you might want to check out: SC Imago Journal and Country Rank¬† This online database ranks academic journals in most disciplines … Continue reading

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Web Resources: The Center for the Study of Religion and Information

I’m afraid the end of the fall semester and then the Christmas holidays got the better of me and this blog – but, a new year and many great resources and ideas to highlight…so here we go. I hope you’ll … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Two Online Indices for Classical Studies

This week I thought I would highlight two resources that help researchers to utilize two book collections which emphasize classical studies. The first, Paulys Realencyclop√§die der classischen Altertumswissenschaft, is available in print in the Stamps Library but this website helps … Continue reading

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Web Resources: The Library of Congress Online Collections

Many libraries around the nation are now placing digital collections online and making them more easy to access. I thought I would highlight what the Library of Congress is doing with their collections – as the content covers many disciplines … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Khan Academy

Has it been awhile since you have studied (fill in the blank) …statistics, algebra, geometry? Want to know a little more about issues in finance or chemical equations? Did you hear about the Mark Rothko vandalism – but not really … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative

As this is the beginning of Theological Libraries Month (one of the many wonderful things celebrated during the month of October!), I thought I would highlight one of the fine resources available at the ATLA (American Theological Libraries Association) website. … Continue reading

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Web Resources: InterVarsity Scholars networks

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a ministry that you have likely heard of – perhaps as a student member in a campus Bible study, through the triennial Urbana conferences, or through their publishing house, InterVarsity Press, but my guess is that … Continue reading

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New Survey Resources

Recent survey data and resources on the church are re-posted from The Association of American Religion Data Archives (thearda.com) and ReligionInsights.org. . The 2006 American Religion and Ethnicity, 1st Wave Here is the data file for the first wave of … Continue reading

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Terrific Resource to Bookmark: The Wabash Center

I enjoy highlighting resources that I think might be particularly helpful for the wider APU community, and one that I often showcase in classes is the website for the Wabash Center. The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Religion … Continue reading

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Community Ministry (Katrina, part two)

If you read the post on the 5 year anniversary for Katrina, you will have seen the interview from the online journal Religion and Ethics Newsweekly and 4 books in our wider library collections about Katrina from a more historical/political … Continue reading

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