Online Course Resources
- Seminary Libraries: There is open access to most college library catalogs. By searching these catalogs, you can find interesting resources. Even though you cannot get your hands on these materials from the library, you can discover titles and authors, and then search Google. Sometimes journal articles and ebooks have been posted there.
- Wikipedia: Even though Wikipedia is not a reliable resource for articles, by perusing the footnotes you can sometimes find new resources on your subject. Some of these can be found in digital format by searching online.
- Baker Publishing is partnering with VitalSource® to help ensure students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will have free access to digital textbooks through the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.
- From March 19 through May 25, 2020, Baker Academic and Brazos Press titles will be available for free to students who have been impacted by recent campus closures. Students simply log in to the VitalSource Bookshelf app using their school email address and can then view course materials from participating publishers via VitalSource’s Explore capabilities within Bookshelf.
- Students who need assistance accessing free eTexts
- More information from VitalSource
- If this VitalSource option will not work for your students, please contact us and we will do our best to offer a solution that works for you.
UGST Library Page
Greek and Latin Classical Archive
General Education Resources
Government, History, Public Policy Congressional Research Service