Research help

Information Access Services staff are available to assist library patrons in their research, including assistance in research strategy, identifying and obtaining material, providing referrals to other libraries, and aid in utilizing electronic and print resources.  Research assistance is available at the Information Access Services desk on the 1st floor of the David Allan Hubbard Library or by email or phone.  Hours are generally the following, but may vary:

Monday through Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Appointments for complex projects or tutorials, especially for Ph.D. students, are encouraged and available.

Help with Research Click here for help with your research by phone or email
Research Questions If you have a research question, go to the Library's Answer page for a list of topics answered, or type in a new question. Click here
Research Strategies using WorldCat How to use WorldCat@Fuller
Styles, Endnote,  and Footnotes Chicago Manual of Style online  is helpful for style rules about formatting footnotes, bibliographies, etc.

EndNote is software Fuller students may download to help organize and format bibliographies and footnotes.

CiteSBLHS is free software for bibliographies and footnotes from the Society for Biblical Literature.

Info Guides Online interactive guides that offer tutorials about: Library research methods, the use of databases, where to find books and articles, where to find dissertations and theses, and how to use OCLC WorldCat Local. InfoGuides
Full-text Articles  Fuller subscribes to Full-text databases, with tens of thousands of peer-reviewed articles. Begin your search on the Databases page.
eBooks for Fuller Students Fuller subscribes to e-book databases such as the EBSCOHost eBook collection, Ministry Matters and others.  eBooks may also be found by searching WorldCat Local.
Free eBooks and Suggested Theological Resources There are various free sources on the web.  It's important to consider the quality of the sources: who wrote it and what are their qualifications? when was it written? is it peer reviewed? what perspective are they writing from? 

Full-text eBooks and articles from online sites

Suggested Theological and Religious Internet Resources


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