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What is Bibleworks and how do I use it?

Bibleworks Homepage

This website explains what Bibleworks is and describes many of its features. 

Bibleworks Tutorial (Princeton Theological Seminary)

This tutorial from Princeton Theological Seminary discusses how to use Bibleworks Version 8.

Bibleworks User Forum

This user forum covers a variety of topics and questions related to Bibleworks.


How do I effectively search Google, GoogleScholar, and the web?

Getting the Most Out of Your Google (IQ)

This Stitt Library presentation covers how to effectively search Google, Google Scholar, and Google Books.  For a PDF copy of this presentation, click here.

Google: Inside Search - Tips & Tricks (Google)

This help page from Google, provides many suggestions on how to more effectively search Google. 

Google Scholar Help Page (Google)

Google explains how to more effectively search Google Scholar in this help page.  

Google Guide: Making Searching Even Easier (Nancy Blachman)

In this interactive tutorial created by Nancy Blachman, students learn about Google's "capabilities, features, and services." 

100 Useful Tips and Tools to Research the Deep Web (Online College Blog)

Not finding what you need on Google?  Remember that no one search engine searches all of the web.  This website will give you tips and tools to research the deep web that is not available through Google. 

Where can I find free E-books online?

In addition to the E-books availble through Stitt Library's Library Online Resources on the portal, there are several websites that offer free access to E-books in the areas of religion and theology. Also be sure to check out Stitt Library's Theological Web Resources page for more sources. 

Christian Classics Etheral Library

CCEL offers an "extensive collection of classic theological works from all periods of church history. 

Google Books

Search Google's index of books.  Some books only have a preview avaialble. 

Project Gutenburg

Project Gutenburg offers over 42,000 E-book titles in a variety of formats.  Look for the book categories link at the top of the page in order to find the Religion Bookshelf

Internet Archive

"Internet Archive is a non-profit digial library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 342 billion archived web pages.  To search for books, click the Texts link at the top of the homepage. 



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