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The American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Religion database with ATLASerials
The ATLA database is an index of articles, essays, and book reviews from theological publications beginning in 1948 to the present. ATLASerials combines the index with ATLA’s online collection of major religion and theology journals.
ATLA Catholic Periodical and Literature Index
This index covers all aspects of the Catholic faith and lifestyle and includes index citations of articles and reviews published in Roman Catholic periodicals, Papal documents, church promulgations, and books about the Catholic faith that are authored by Catholics and/or produced by Catholic publishers.
Old Testament Abstracts
The abstracts feature indexing and abstracts for journal articles, monographs, multi-author works, and software related to Old Testament studies.
New Testament Abstracts
These abstracts are research and bibliographic aids for scholars and students of the New Testament and its historical milieu. The database contains abstracts of articles, books, and reviews. Coverage in the database dates back to 1985.
This index is a current and comprehensive bibliographic database covering scholarly research in all major fields of philosophy. The index contains research published since 1940.
Religion and Philosophy Collection
The collection provides coverage of such topics as world religions, major denominations, biblical studies, religious history, moral philosophy and the history of philosophy. It offers more than 300 full text journals, including more than 250 peer-reviewed titles.
EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service
The Electronic Journals Service is a gateway to thousands of scholarly, peer-reviewed journals from hundreds of different publishers. click here
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Encyclopedia Britannica Online, click here
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New Catholic Encyclopedia, click here
This eBook version of the New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2nd edition, includes the Jubilee volume and supplements.
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Oxford Research Guides
To log in to these resources, click on the link provided, then use the username / password provided at the circulation desk.
Oxford Biblical Studies Online
This guide provides access to six Oxford editions of the Bible (Catholic Study Bible and Lectionary included) alongside commentary and annotations from other study Bibles combined with reference material and primary texts. click here for access
Oxford Bibliographies Online
“Biblical Studies”: discipline-based annotated subject lists designed to identify reliable sources of information for research (Citations only/Not full text).The subscription provides full access to the “Biblical Studies” subject area only. For all other subject areas, an Introduction and General Overview are provided. click here for access
Oxford Handbooks Online
“Religion”: contains content originally published in print as Oxford Handbooks. The subscription provides full-text for the “Religion” link only. Other subject areas (Political Science, Philosophy, and Business & Management) provide only abstracts. click here for access
Oxford Scholarship Online
“Religion and Theology”: access to full text of Oxford books on Religion and Theology, providing search capabilities, keywords and abstracts at the book and chapter level, plus reference linking from bibliographies and footnotes. click here for access
The Seminary of the Immaculate Conception’s Library has created and collected a number of informative LibGuides on their website. Although they directly reference the SIC’s collection, they are relevant to the Corrigan Memorial Library as well, all the more so because the two Libraries (as well as the Library of the Cathedral Seminary House of Formation in Douglaston, NY) are members of a Consortium and committed to sharing resources and knowledge.
Of particular interest may be the Guide to Citing Your Sources.