The Master's College

Robert L. Powell Library

Digital LOEB Classical Library

The Loeb Classical Library brings the written treasures of the ancient Greek and Roman world to the digital arena wherein Greek and Latin texts are alongside English translations.

Using Solomon - a quick lesson in using Solomon to find books and articles.

Data DiscoveryThe basic process of finding information illustrated with a flow chart.

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If you are using Firefox and are having trouble accessing any EBSCOhost databases, try updating Firefox.

EBSCOhost databases: Academic Search Premier, Business Source Complete, ATLA Religion, Christian Periodical Index, ERIC, etc. as well as their eBook Collection.


JSTOR now provides an experimental program Register & Read, in which people can sign up for a JSTOR account and, every two weeks, read up to three articles online for free!

Getty Open Content Images

Nearly 5,000 images available for free download under Getty's Open Content Program. The Open Content Program is an initiative to make available, without restrictions, as many of the Getty's digital resources as possible. FAQ for more information on Getty's new Open Content Program.

Images now available for free download under the Getty's Open Content Program. - See more at:

Images now available for free download under the Getty's Open Content Program. - See more at:


Contains scanned images of reviews, press kits, festival and showcase program notes, newspaper articles, and other documents from the PFA Library's extensive collection covering world cinema, past and present. Provided by UC Berkeley's Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database

An online index to historical and critical items about science fiction, fantasy and horror.  Produced by Halbert W. Hall Texas A&M University, Cushing LibraryCollege Station, Tex.: Texas A&M University,2007

Check out the Center for Theological Writing at Westminster Seminary