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Highlighting some library resources:

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Earn Library Information Literacy Badges

Phillips Seminary Library Framework Information literacy badges

There are three library-created Information Literacy badges in the Resources for Success course in Moodle, under the library section. Complete the lessons at the bottom the page to earn badges. Lessons are self-paced and offer insight on how we judge authority and credibility, how we understand and evaluate information, and why we give credit to other's work through citations and respecting copyright. 

Lessons include videos, images, and multiple-attempts at questions. Brush up on your Information Literacy skills today! Start the first lesson.

Journal Update From Serials Librarian Katherine Casey

I’m featuring a couple of journals this week— Journal of Religion & Literature, and Sixteenth Century Journal: The Journal of Early Modern Studies.

Religion & Literature focuses is published 3 times a year by Notre Dame University Press It is indexed in ATLA Religion Database beginning in 1980, and some full text is available online through JSTOR. Our paper holdings go back to roughly 2007. This publication tends to run behind publication schedule, as our most current issue is Summer 2016 (48.2).

A couple of articles in the current issue--“Conversions of Tragedy from King Lear to The Winter’s Tale,” by Robert Tate, and “Scapegoating in William Faulkner’s Sanctuary,” by Jordan Carson.

Sixteenth Century Journal: The Journal of Early Modern Studies, is published quarterly since 1969, and is indexed in ATLA Religion Database beginning in 1970. Our paper holdings begin in 1976 and are current.

A couple of articles in the current issue (Summer 2017)— “Nuns, Family, and Interfamilial Dynamics of Art Patronage in Post-Tridentine Roman Convents,” by Marilyn Dunn, and “Reawakening the ‘Old Evangelical Zeal’: The 1617 Reformation Jubilee and Collective Memory in Strasbourg and Ulm,” by Christopher W. Close.

Ebook of the Week

Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters 

"This comprehensive resource helps readers recover and understand women's contributions to biblical interpretation throughout history."