Information Resource Checklist

A very important part of your studies at Trinity is the research that you will do. We need to ensure that you have access to scholarly research materials.


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Access Information

 
Please provide the web address for the Trinity Home web page:
 
Please provide the web address for the Trinity Online Learning Center:
 
Please provide the email address for the Academic Advisory Team:
 
Please provide the email address for the MBSDirect Online Bookseller:
 
Please provide the email address for Support Services:
 
Please provide the email address for Technical Support:
 
Please provide the email address for the Information Specialist:



The Harold F. Hunter Theological Library

Resource Review
  Step 1

I have accessed the Trinity Home web page (separate from the Trinity Online Learning Center) and clicked on “library” in order to access The Harold F. Hunter Theological Library on this date:

  Step 2

I have found the “Research Routings” file located in the “Research Help” list on this date:

  Step 3

Click on “Research Routings” and scroll down to “Links for Biblical and Theological Studies.” Now click on the “Bible Gateway.” Name three translations (versions) least familiar to you from this link found in “Research Routings.”

  Step 4 Back arrow once to return to "Research Routings" and state which of the four initial web sites listed provide the searcher with Bible dictionaries, encyclopedias, lexicons, and such.
  Step 5 Back arrow once to return to the “Research Help” area to find which of those file titles listed between files 1-5 will help you provide the following information.
   

a. Name the title of the file describing how to locate materials found in online catalogs from other libraries.

   

b. Name the title describing how to evaluate online articles.

  Step 6

Return to your browser and type in the web address for the TOLC (http://lessons.trinitysem.edu).



The Trinity Online Learning Center
Note the left menu and click on Harold F. Hunter Theological Library.

Please indicate that you have accessed the following online databases and tutorials located via the Trinity Online Learning Center by placing the date reviewed beside each database title.

Online Databases
I have reviewed each database on the date provided:

 
a. ATLA - Date of review:
 
b. INSPIRE - Indiana Virtual Library - Date of review:
 
c. RTA - Religious & Theological Abstracts (Enter as guest). Date of review:
 
d. Wilson OmniFile Full Text - Date of review:


Resources Located Within My Area

You should know how to locate and use different libraries and research materials.

Please note that certain disciplines will require you to access both theological and secular literature. To locate libraries in your area see: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/LibWeb/. Please check and provide the requested information below on all of the supplemental sources of research materials you plan to use.

The following libraries are located in my area.

 

1. Local libraries:

   

a. Public library - check on interlibrary loans procedures; there may be a charge for this service.
Name of library:

   

b. College/university library - check on interlibrary loans procedures; there may be a charge for a library card.
Name of institution(s):

   

c. Seminary library - check on interlibrary loans procedures; there may be a charge for a library card.
Name of seminary(ies):

 

2. Theological Journal Library CDs available online at www.galaxie.com (click on Bible Study Resources).
            Date of website review:

 

3. Other scholarly biblical/theological studies software:

   

Please specify the software title(s):
 

 

4. I will contact the Trinity Information Specialist should I need help locating materials.