As JST is a graduate school of Santa Clara University, all JST students have access to the wealth of resources found in the Santa Clara University Library, including remote access to electronic databases, journals, streaming videos and e-books, you'll just need to use your SCU Login.
Because SCU has a large undergraduate population, you'll find a diversity of resources in areas outside of religion such as psychology, education, history, and sociology. They do have some nice religious resources that we don't have, such as the Oxford Biblical Studies Online and a large amount of e-books.
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As PLTS is a graduate school of Cal Lutheran, current PLTS students have access to the resources of the Pearson Library including ebooks, databases, and other software from a distance. To navigate the electronic resources, log into your MyCLU account and then select the library.
Cal Lutheran has programs in a wide variety of subjects, and many databases in areas that the GTU library does not have including the sciences, economics, management, and public policy. All Cal Lutheran graduate students are entitled to a copy of the citation management software Endnote. Please see Pearson's guides on installing and using the software.
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San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS) in San Anselmo serves as the Graduate School of Theology (GST) at the University of Redlands. SFTS students have access to the electronic resources provided by the Armacost Library of the University of Redlands. To navigate to the electronic resources, log into your MyRedlands account and then select the library.
Redlands has programs in a wide variety of subjects. SFTS / GST students may find the resources for psychology, business, and sociology particularly compelling.
If you like using Google Scholar to search for resources, you can adjust your settings to see when there's full text available through either the GTU or Armacost Libraries.
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