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Bethel Libraries

Christian Thought - Seminary

Databases and resources for Christian Thought

Which Tool Should I Use?

There are several research tools available to help you in your research. Your research question will help to determine which tool is right for your project.
 

CLICsearch

CLICsearch: Find articles, books, DVDs and more

 

Or try the Advanced Search



Can't find the item you were looking for?

  • Try WorldCat for a search of nearly all libraries

WorldCat Discovery

 

WorldCat

  • WorldCat Discovery allows you to search for books in the Bethel Libraries as well as libraries all over the world.
  • WorldCat offers an easy way to obtain books. You can use  the "Place Hold" button to get books that are available at Bethel or another CLICnet library or use the "Request Item" button to get books that are available in other libraries.

Google Books

Google Books
 

  • Google Books provides access to a wide variety of books.
  • Click on a book title and you'll see basic info about the book just like you'd see in a card catalog.
  • If a publisher or author has given permission, you'll see a full page and be able to browse within the book to see more pages.
  • If the book is out of copyright, you'll see a full page and you can page forward or back to see the full book. Clicking on Search within this book allows you to perform more searches within the book you've selected.
  • You can click on the Buy eBook button to buy a book from the Google Play store.
  • In many cases, you can also click Find this book in a library to find a local library where you can borrow it.

(Information from  https://support.google.com/books/answer/43724?hl=en&ref_topic=4359341)

Interlibrary Loan

Bethel Seminary Library offers interlibrary loan (ILL) services to current students, faculty, and staff in order to provide access to materials for research and study which are not available in CLICsearch. Click here for more information on using interlibrary loan.

Using RefWorks

 

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RefWorks is a web-based bibliography and database manager that allows you to create your own personal database by importing references from text files or online databases. You can use these references in writing papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography.

Login to RefWorks

Guide to using RefWorks

Reference Librarian

Tim Senapatiratne
Contact:
Seminary Library
651-635-2337
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