I put together a short libguide for SBTS students on how to access OHO, find content, and read OHO articles online or in PDF. You can check it out here.
Thanks to John Merritt, off-campus access to Oxford Handbooks Online is ready to roll. Head over to the databases page, and you will see it in the New Databases section on the right side of the screen and in its permanent home in the O-section. Click the link, log in with your normal SBTS login […]
Good news for SBTS students: I was just informed that SBTS students now have access to the religion, history, and philosophy Oxford Handbooks online. If you are on campus, you can navigate directly to oxfordhandbooks.com, and explore to your heart's content. Off campus access is on the way. When it is ready, off-campus students will […]
This was the last week of our Hebrew reading group. The purpose of the group was simply to encourage students to read Hebrew during their break. The goal was to come each week having read three chapters in Genesis, to bring a question or two, and to be ready to translate when called on. On […]
Just a reminder that our summer Hebrew reading workshop starts tomorrow morning at 8-9am (Mullins room, library 3rd floor). You can see all the details here.
I created an Old Testament Exegesis LibGuide for the library at SBTS. The guide is intended to help students find resources in the library as they work on their exegesis papers. Clicking on the title of any book on the LibGuide will take you to a WorldCat page where you can see the book’s call number […]
I created a Dead Sea Scrolls LibGuide for the library at SBTS. A LibGuide is a webpage that highlights key resources on a particular topic and guides students as to where they can find these resources in the library. For instance, if you click on Discoveries in the Judaean Desert under the “Texts” tab, you will […]