Teacher Reference Center provides indexing and abstracts for 280 of the most popular teacher and administrator journals and magazines to assist professional educators.
Princeton Theological Seminary is developing the Theological Commons in partnership with the Internet Archive, a nonprofit dedicated to building and maintaining a free and openly accessible online digital library. Princeton Theological Seminary shares in the vision and mission of building a digital library freely accessible to scholars, pastors, and other readers around the globe. The Theological Commons is building toward four main collections: •Historic Princeton Seminary collections of audio, visual, and text-based content. Some of these collections were scanned as a result of the joint collaboration between Princeton Theological Seminary, Microsoft, and the Internet Archive, with the financial support of Microsoft. Other collections have been scanned as part of the Library’s ongoing partnership with the Internet Archive. •Editorially shaped and textually encoded collections that are fully searchable. •Discrete named collections such as the Thomas F. Torrance Collection. •Subject-based collections aggregated from the digitized materials of other institutions available through the Internet Archive.
This website provides information about hundreds of authors, including biographical and contextual insight, an overview of important works, and critical evaluation.