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Welcome to the research guide dedicated to the Summer Institute for Buddhist Studies. Here students and faculty will find quickly and easily relevant resources for their courses. These resources have been compiled from the library catalog, databases, as well as from the Internet, i.e., these are open access (freely available) online resources. Check it out!
This research guide has been created to support the courses taught at the Summer Institute of Islamic Studies at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. It contains specialized multimedia resources, most of which are freely available online, as well as featured books and eBooks from the EU Libraries collections. Check it out!
Welcome to the research guide dedicated to BTH 901The New Testament Use of the Old Testament course, taught by Professor Emeritus W.E. Nunnally.
"This course is designed to illuminate the history, culture, language, religion, texts and institutions of Judaism that provide the background of the events and writings of the New Testament which are critical to its understanding." Special attention is given to the Intertestamental Period, also called the second temple period. Most of the resources in this guide are open access, i.e., freely available online to the EU students, faculty, as well as the general public. Check it out!
Image: The Great Isaiah Scroll, Dead Sea Scrolls Collection
Source: Wikimedia Commons, Google Art Project
In April, the National Poetry Month, the EU Libraries highlight digital resources, virtual events and exhibits, which commemorate the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri's death. Dante, who established the use of the vernacular in literature, is considered to be the "father" of the Italian language. He was born in Florence in 1265 and died in Ravenna in 1321. His epic poem the Divine Comedyhas influenced almost all great poets and artists worldwide who lived after him. Dante was the poet who had no smaller ambition than to show humanity how to obtain salvation. Check out our News & Events page and stay tuned for more news and activities related to the Dante's year.
EU Libraries have subscribed to a streaming video database Films on Demand - Master Academic Collection. This video library provides access to 43,000+ titles and 334,000+ segmented clips in 1,034 subject categories. From Oscar®, Emmy, and Peabody Award-winning documentaries to A-list performances spanning the arts, Films on Demand brings you the best of what’s out there. Learn more about the Master Academic Collection.
EU Libraries have acquired a NEW database - the acclaimed Bloom's Literature. It provides easy access to rich content: works, authors, 49,000+ major and minor literary characters, reference essays, literary criticism, 1,100+ full-length videos of classic plays and films, documentaries, educational videos, dramas, 2,600+ full-text poems, Literary Classics eBook collection, Shakespeare Center, literary movements, groups, timelines, Harold Bloom's Canon of Literature, how to write about literature, how to teach literature through film.
Overview of the new and improved Bloom's Literature.
The first openly licensed online textbook published by the AGTS, created by Professor Debbie Gill and her students for the Biblical Theology of Women in Leadership course, Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree program. The textbook is freely available on the Open Educational Resources Commons (OERC) website.
The second openly licensed online textbook published by the AGTS, created by Professor Debbie Gill and her students for the New Testament Theology of Discipleship course. The textbook is freely available on the Open Educational Resources Commons (OERC) website.
The EU Libraries Open Access Research Guide - free online resources organized in categories: eBooks; articles and journals; images, videos and media; resources in theology. Check it out!
A new tool for searching the OpenStax textbooks by means of advanced filters such as interactivity, assignment management, online homework, grading, adaptivity, verified by instructors, app availability, and more. Check it out!
Explore the OAPEN Library, which contains freely accessible, peer-reviewed academic books in the area of humanities and social sciences.
Welcome to theresearch guide dedicated toFlipped Learning - "a gateway to deeper learning strategies." In this guide you will find relevant open access resources containing current information, animations, videos, curriculum and course materials related to the topic. The resources are organized by subject categories. Check it out!