DAVIS LIBRARY ASSISTANCE
For library questions or research assistance, please contact Shelley Byron.
POTTERSVILLE TEACHING SITE STUDENTS
Find books from our online database of tens of thousands of books to aid you in your studies. These books are located in the Pottersville Teaching Site’s library.
The Association of Religion Data Archives provides the latest tools to explore religious data from around the world.
CHRISTIAN CLASSICS ETHEREAL LIBRARY
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library makes classic Christian literature widely available and promotes its use for edification and study by interested Christians, seekers, and scholars.
DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGION
DRI provides access to thousands of digital images in various areas of Christian art, architecture, and iconography.
The Directory of Open Access Journals provides full-text access to a growing number of peer-reviewed journals.
A comprehensive listing of the Library’s subscription databases.
OPEN ACCESS DIGITAL THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY
Collects high quality content in religious studies and related disciplines from publisher websites, institutional repositories, and stable public domain collections.
RESEARCH IN MINISTRY
Research in Ministry (RIM) provides online indexes and abstracts of project reports and theses from over 50 national Doctor of Ministry and Doctor of Missiology programs.
CITATION STYLE GUIDES
- Citation Style Guide: From the Writers’ Workshop at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
- Online Writing Lab (OWL – Purdue University).
- Evaluating Information – Applying the CRAAP Test (California State University, Chico, Meriam Library)
- Evaluate Your Sources (Colorado State University Libraries)
- KnightCite – A bibliography composer from Calvin College that creates citations in the MLA, APA, and Chicago styles through an easy-to-use web form.
- Citation Machine
- Fair Use and Copyright Overview provides a comprehensive source of information on the proper use of materials and other fundamental items of copyright law. From the Copyright & Fair Use section of Stanford University Libraries’ website.