The Seattle School Library is an excellent resource for any research endeavor, be it a paper or a large-scale group assignment. Here, you’ll find links to research databases, tools, and more.
EBSCO Host is one of The Seattle School’s premier research databases. EBSCO contains full-text, peer-reviewed journal articles in the fields of psychology and theology.
Similar to EBSCO Host, Proquest offers full-text, peer-reviewed journal articles, but is not limited psychology and theology.
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Know exactly the journal you want? This is an alphabetical listing of all the journals The Seattle School has access to.
Find helpful tutorials on how to use EBSCO, Proquest, ebrary, advanced Google features, and more.
Forgot the difference between a bibliography and a works cited page? Here, you'll find citation guides and writing rubrics for all classes.
Seattle School alumni have access to ATLAS, an online database of theology and religion articles. Access is free, just sign up for an account.