Archive Grid — Open the Door to History — This database connects users to primary resource documents, personal papers, and family documents that are stored in many different libraries, museums, historical societies, and archives around the world.
Credo Reference — Contains 400 reference ebooks covering all major subject areas. All information is available in fulltext and citations can be formatted in MLA, APA, or Chicago style.
EBSCOHost — Religion & Theology Databases— A package of databases containing thousands of fulltext journal and magazine articles in all major subject areas. It also includes citations to articles that are not in fulltext, but available in hard copy in the OKWU Library. When entering EBSCO, click on the EBSCHost Web or Academic Libraries links. If you are trying to access this database from a hospital or another library, please use this EBSCOHost link instead.
Literary Reference Center (EBSCO) – This database uses a special platform that allows users to search for information by author, about specific literary works, or by genre. It also includes resources that cover political and religious writing.
Literature Resource Center – Contains biographical resources and literary criticism on authors of many disciplines and time periods. Materials may be obtained in hardcopy or through Interlibrary Loan from the OKWU Library.
Oxford Reference — This E-book database provides full text access to the following resources:
- Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls
- The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium
- The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
- The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation
Some of the resources in the database are not available through the library’s subscription. To view the resources that are available, click on the “Provided by Library” box in the top left hand corner of the page.
Procon.org – Promoting critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship by presenting controversial issues in a straightforward, nonpartisan, and primarily pro-con format.
Online Religion & Theology Journals