Electronic resources available at Klau Libraries in Cincinnati and New York
NEW ELECTRONIC RESOURCES AT KLAU LIBRARIES
CINCINNATI AND NEW YORK
ATLA SERIALS WITH ATLA RELIGION DATABASE ONLINE
Premier index to journal articles in religion.
ATLA's online full- text collection of major religion and theology journals.
Produced by the American Theological Library Association.
INDEX TO JEWISH PERIODICALS ONLINE
A periodical index for Jewish studies.
Providing a guide to English-language articles in over 160 journals.
Coverage back to 1988. Earlier holdings are available in paper and CD-ROM.
Most titles available in Cincinnati's print collection with rush Interlibrary Loan service for New York users.
TO ACCESS THESE RESOURCES ON CAMPUS
View our web page at www.huc.edu/libraries.
Select the campus you want and click on Journals, CD-ROMS.
Select periodical indexes and choose the one you want.
TAKE A LOOK AT OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES
We have a growing number of journals with full-text online access.
In addition, we have the Bar Ilan Responsa Project, Encyclopaedia Judaica and many other electronic reference sources available on campus.
Now on campus only. Coming soon: remote access!
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