Online Library ResourcesA listing of online resources available to students, staff, and faculty of Northern Seminary. Use your Northern Seminary email address and password to connect:
|A to Z list (SFX)||Search a title in SFX to find out if it is available in any of the following databases|
|Atla Monographs (1893-1922)||Over 14,000 full text late-18th century and early-19th century religious and theological texts|
|ATLAS Plus||Full text from over 480 theological journals with indexing of an additional 1,800 journals|
|Academic Search Complete||Resources from over 17,000 academic journals; most are full text|
|Black Thought & Culture||1,200+ biographical and historical sources from 1841-2006|
|Bloomsbury Collections||Over 35 full text T&T Clark Library of NT Studies titles along with keyword searching of over 6,000 academic titles|
|Counseling & Therapy Videos||1,100 instructional and case study videos|
|EBSCO eBook Collection||Over 8,700 academic religion and theology e-books plus 4,000 general interest titles|
|EBSCO Open Dissertations||More than 800,000 freely available full text dissertations from colleges and universities around the world|
|GVRL (Gale Virtual Reference Library)||23 online reference resources, including Encyclopaedia Judaica and New Catholic Encyclopedia|
|Historical Statistics of the US||Detailed national statistics and demographics from Colonial times through 2000|
|JSTOR||Over 450 full text academic journals and over 5,000 open access academic e-books|
|Project MUSE||200+ humanities journals, including several select religion & theology titles, plus over 1,300 open access academic e-books|
|ProQuest Ebook Central||Over 4,000 e-books with a growing number of theology and biblical studies titles|
|SAGE Journals Online||15 core biblical studies and theology journals plus back issues for over 300 academic journals through 1998|
|TREN Theses & Papers||TREN (Theological Research Exchange Network) provides full text DMin theses and conference papers|
|Women & Social Movements||Over 6,000 sources covering the social history of women in the US from 1600-2000|
|WorldCat||Search for books in libraries world wide and use the ILL link to request books from other libraries|
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