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Tyndale Library ~ A-Z Guide to Databases   Tags: articles, databases, eresources, journals, periodicals  

This guide contains a full list of electronic resources organized alphabetically by name. Just click the tab for your letter.
Last Updated: Feb 13, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Popular Databases

  • Academic Search Premier (Tyndale login required)  
    Academic Search Premier is a comprehensive academic multi-disciplinary database, providing fulltext for nearly 4,650 serials (more than 3,600 titles are peer-reviewed). For some journals the PDFs go back to 1975. This database is updated on a daily basis.
  • ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials (Tyndale login required)  
    ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials is the premier index to journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays in all fields of religion. You will find index for journal articles, book reviews and essays from collected works. Full text digital access is available for selected articles and reviews.
  • Ebrary (Tyndale login required)  
    Ebrary e-books are digital full-text versions of books such as reference works, scholarly monographs and literature. The Tyndale Community has access to over 80,000 e-books in every subject area of the curriculum.
    Ebrary contains many monographs related to biblical backgrounds, archaeology and the Ancient Near East. Some sample searches are listed below.
    DOWNLOADS are now available for up to 14 days. You will need to use Adobe Digital Editions (free).
  • PsycINFO (Tyndale login required)  
    Key database for Psychology .

Trial Databases

There are no databases on trial at this time.

  • Statista
    The world's largest statistical database. Trial until March 13, 2014.

Use Google Scholar to access Tyndale Library full text Articles

How do I set this up?

It's really easy.

When you go to Google Scholar you choose "Scholar Preferences". (Access Scholarly preferences by clicking the wheel in the upper right corner.) Go to "Library Links" and type in "Tyndale University". Choose Tyndale as your home library. Once you do this, links to Tyndale full text will appear in your Google Scholar results. Your full text options in Google Scholar suddenly increase exponentially.

It is still recommended that you learn to use subject specific databases when doing detailed research because you can search with greater specificity. Google Scholar provides another option to cover a broad range of material.

Welcome to the E-Resources Database Guide

This page is a Guide to E-resources available through the Tyndale Library. If you know the name of the database you are looking for, simply click on the letter tab above. For instance, if you are looking for Christian Periodical Index, just click on the C tab.

Are you looking for Databases by Subject? We are planning to add LibGuides on various subjects that students need.


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Connecting to Databases from Off Campus


Databases designated as being for the Tyndale community require you  to log in to view the site when you are off campus.  First of all select the database you wish to use by clicking the yellow tabs above. If you are not on campus, a login screen will appear. Please enter your MyTyndale username and password when the login screen appears. Tyndale staff and faculty should contact IT Services to obtain their login.

For students, your username is your last name, followed by your first name up to a maximum of 11 characters.

Your default password is your student ID number.

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