Library Video Guides

Quick Tips

Need help locating books, scholarly journal articles, or free online resources for your research? 

Check out the videos below to get quick tips for searching the library catalog, Atla Religion with AtlaSerials database, and free online resources for Biblical and general education studies.

 

Online Resources

This 5-minute video will provide you an overview of how to find CCBC library online resources including:

  • the library catalog
  • Atla Religion with AtlaSerials database
  • links to free online resources

You will learn how to access materials in the library’s collection of 19,000 books and audiovisual materials and how to locate online Bible study tools, scholarly religious texts, classic Christian works, and sites useful for exploring general education topics.

Library Catalog

This 4-minute video will provide you an overview of how to search the CCBC library catalog so you can:

  • see whether the item is owned by the library
  • find out where a library item is located
  • request library items to be held for you 

 

Atla Religion

This 3-minute video will show you where to access the Atla Religion with AtlaSerials database so you can:

  • learn how to set up your search to limit results to full-text, peer-reviewed article
Bible Study Tools

This 3-minute video will show you where to access several free online Bible study tools including:

  • several Bible translations and versions 
  • Strong’s Concordance
  • Bible dictionaries
  • Bible encyclopedias
  • Bible commentaries
Christian Writings

This 1-minute video will show you where to access free online Christian journals and texts including:

  • archived issues of JETS (Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society)
  • archived issues of Themelios (The Gospel Coalition)
  • classic and contemporary Christian writings
  • Biblical Study Resources guide
General Education

This 1-minute video will show you where to access free online general education resources including:

  • DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
  • CREDO Reference
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • Project Gutenberg (ebooks)
  • Internet Archive (ebooks to download or      borrow)