Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Bibliography: How and Where? Part 2

In my previous post, I have highlighted some tips on searching for books. In this entry, I will highlight some useful ideas in looking for articles and journals.

2) Journal and Articles

This is a very tedious process if the library does not subscribe to any online search engines such as ATLAS/ATLA, OCLCFirstSearch, Ingenta, etc. But all is not lost. You can still refer to the following links, and you might find just what you need!

David Instone-Brewer, Senior Research Fellow in Rabbinics and New Testament at Tyndale House, has done a marvelous job in creating links for journals and periodicals. Check out his his Tyndale Tech email "Theology Periodicals Online"

Full-Text Theology Journals Online, St Mary's University Louis J Blume Library

E-journals on BSW, Biblical Studies on the Web

Directory of Open Access Journals - this project attempts to list all academic journals with free internet access.

Index theologicus (IxTheo), University of Tubingen - contains more than 600 journals, including Festschriften and congress publications! This database also contains many non-English materials.

coming up...searching for Theses and Dissertations

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