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For those times when you need a quick authoritative biography of someone mentioned in the Old Testament, take a look in Who’s Who In The Old Testament from Routledge: “This comprehensive and easy-to-use A-Z work brings vividly to life the … Continue reading
The multidisciplinary reference specialists of The Digital Reference Section (DRS) at the Library of Congress create electronic guides and bibliographies to the Library’s digital resources. Find a complete list of their online bibliographies, research guides, and finding aids here.
Use GFU library’s subscription database, Credo Reference, to find: Encyclopedias Dictionaries Biographies Bilingual dictionaries
Encyclopaedia Britannica is going to be available as a free, online wiki. That’s right, people will be able to edit the articles with even greater openness than Wikipedia currently allows, according the article, Enter Britannica in the Boston Globe. The … Continue reading
Oxford Reference Online Premium has been updated for 2009. This includes new titles, editions, and updated article and biographical links. There are over 5,470 new entries and over 1,600 illustrations. New titles include: The Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs A Dictionary … Continue reading
CredoReference is now available to you through the George Fox University libraries. This database contains both general and specialty reference sources and can now be found on the Databases A-Z list from the library homepage.
For nine years, the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) of the American Library Association has published a list of the BEST FREE REFERENCE SITES ON THE WEB. These are the picks for 2007. There is probably something on this list … Continue reading
Today I’d like to introduce you to a resource in our reference collection that is often overlooked. It would probably be used much more if we had access to it electronically but for now we only have it in print. … Continue reading