The Swedenborg Library subscribes to a number of electronic resources to aid students, faculty and patrons in their research and education. This gives Bryn Athyn students access to a number of academic databases through the campus network.
For resources that require log-in information, please contact the Library circulation desk.
- Credo – an online library that provides access to the full text of hundreds of highly regarded and popular reference titles. Entries are enhanced with images, sound files, animations and videos
- EBSCO Business Resources – includes Business Source Premier, Regional Business News, and Business eBooks
- EBSCO eBooks – ebooks on a wide range of topics
- Encyclopedia Britannica – a multimedia encyclopedia and dictionary
- Facts on File News Services – full text of the Facts On File World News Digest since 1940
- INFOTRAC – provides access to two collections: Eighteenth Century Collections Online, a full text database of books, sermons, essays, and other works published in the 18th century, and Academic OneFile, which includes citations, abstracts, and full text of English and foreign-language works in the subjects of philosophy, science, medicine, religion, the arts, history, geography, and law
- JSTOR – collection of academic journals
- PsycARTICLES – full text of nearly 80 landmark journals in behavioral science and related fields ranging from education, to nursing, to business, to neuroscience. | For a tutorial on how to use this resource, click here
- Science Direct Health and Life Sciences – access to books and journal articles in the biological sciences
- Statista – find statistics, consumer survey results and industry studies from over 18000 sources on over 60000 topics on the internet’s leading statistics database.
- Wilson Art Full Text – full-text coverage of art journals from 1984 to the present
- Birds of North America (BNA) – a multimedia database that provides complete life histories for 716+ species of birds breeding in the United States and Canada
Bryn Athyn’s online Moodle site allows students to access power points, class notes, and other course materials. The site can be accessed at http://brynathynonline.org/.
Director of the Swedenborg Library