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Psychology:

  • Science Direct –The most comprehensive scientific research tool on the web. Filter your search for Open Access (Free) articles.

  • PLoS ONE: Open Access peer-reviewed journal on several secular topics such as science, interpersonal communication, psychology, and more.

  • PubMed: National Library of Medicine (government website) contains a large database for journals and articles about public medicine. Filter for open access to find free articles.

  • PsychNet: Database by American Psychological Association. Limit to full text or send the citation to request an interlibrary loan.

  • Be sure to check out some Print Subscriptions in the Library!

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Current Cultural Issues

  • The Center for Faith, Sexuality & Gender is a collaboration of Christian pastors, leaders and theologians who aspire to be the Church's most trusted source of theologically sound teaching and practical guidance on questions related to sexuality and gender.

  • Theology of Work is an annotated bibliography of resources that demonstrate the impact faith has within the context of day-to-day work. Material is also included that can motivate and equip others to fulfill their God-given purpose within their work circumstances.

  • The SIMA Project is a learning resource on Christian-Indigenous ministry in Alberta, specifically focusing on the evangelical tradition. A collection of historical data and a network of currently operating ministries are hosted on this site. If you are interested in getting involved with Indigenous ministry in Alberta, this is a great place to start!

  • Relevant Magazine covering faith, culture, current events, relationships, career, justice from a faith-centered perspective.

Even More Research Tools

  • Science Direct –The most comprehensive scientific research tool on the web. Filter your search for Open Access (Free) articles.

  • BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engines) – BASE is one of the world’s most voluminous search engines especially for academic open access web resources. It offers academic quality and relevance resources, Deep Web resources, precise bibliographic data, sorting options, and “refine your search result” options.

  • Disciplinary Repositories - a list of open access institutional repositories organized by subject, see Psychology & Philosophy.

  • JSTOR - online academic resource with ebooks and journals available without the need for a login.

  • JURN Search – “A curated academic search-engine, indexing over 4,400 free ejournals in the arts & humanities.” It accepts google.com search limiters including placing quotation marks around phrases.

  • Theological Journals Search through Google.

  • Summit Pacific College Library Web Resource Directory of unrestricted sites organized by subject and grouping.

  • Free Religion & Theology Digital Library (ATLA) brings together digital collections of scholarly, historical, and cultural significance that are relevant to the study, teaching, and learning of religion and theology.

  • PLoS ONE: Open Access peer-reviewed journal on several secular topics such as science, interpersonal communication, psychology, and more.

  • PubMed: National Library of Medicine (government website) contains a large database for journals and articles about public medicine. Filter for open access to find free articles.

  • Paperity: multidisciplinary aggregator of Open Access journals and papers. Connecting authors with readers, boosting dissemination of new discoveries, consolidating academia around open literature. Easy and unconstrained access to thousands of journals from hundreds of disciplines, in one central location