Resources

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Education Resources

Educator’s Reference Desk

Evangelical Training Database
A searchable Internet database listing evangelical pastoral, theological and missionary training courses in all countries.

Infomine
A gateway to scholarly Internet resource collections.

Instructional Management Systems
A global learning consortium of more than 1,600 colleges and universities and 150 corporations that aims to develop an open architecture for online learning. IMS was the original sponsor of SCORM.

International Centre for Distance Learning (ICDL)
Conferences and workshops.

The Open Knowledge Initiative

TheologicalEducation.Net
A free resource centre and a forum on evangelical theological education

Theology Degrees Online
A guide to online theology degree programs


Higher Education

American Theological Library Association

Auburn Center for the Study of Theological Education

Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)

ICETE
International Council for Evangelical Theological Education is a global community, sponsored by eight continental & regional networks of theological schools.

United States Department of Education, Accrediting Agency Evaluation Branch

Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion

WOCATI: World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions


Libraries of Interest

Amicus
Canada's National Database

COPAC
British Libraries

LIBWEB
International directory of academic, public, and other library web pages and catalogs

Yale Divinity School Library
Library collection for Protestant missions

University of British Columbia


Missions

American Society of Missiology
The North American professional organization for missiologists

Billy Graham Center Archives

Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia

Henry Martyn Center, Cambridge University

The Internet Mission Photography Archive
A database of mission photographs from repositories in Britain, continental Europe, and North America with more than 2,000 photographs dating from the 19th century to World War II.

International Association for Mission Studies

Korean Evangelical Holiness Church Historical Research Center

Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization

Library of Congress Country Studies

MisLinks: A Web-Based Missions Directory

Mission Resource Directory

Mundus Gateway to British Periodicals on Missions
An extensive data base on British mission periodicals in British libraries

Overseas Ministries Study Center
OMSC publishes the International Bulletin of Missionary Research, the leading mission journal in English.
The journal is indexed at this site. There is also information on seminars and workshops, including the January "Seminar for Seminarians."

Sociology of Missions Project
Contains bibliography, abstracts of papers posted for works on missions from a sociological perspective.

Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology
Guide to internet resources for the teaching of theology and religions. Contains sections on missions and on history of Christianity.

World Missions Atlas Project (WorldMAP)
A project to "create maps of languages and people groups for each country of the world while linking appropriate missions related data. The status of each language and people group is evaluated with regards to the Jesus Film and Bible translation as well as their current level of exposure to the gospel message."


Theology

Fides Quaerens Internetum (The Christian Theology Page)

Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts (St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews)

Internet Resources for the Study and Teaching of Theology
Annotated list of Internet resources relating to theological studies

Theological Research Exchange Network
(TREN) A source for theses/ dissertations in theological studies in North America

Theology Through the Arts (University of Cambridge and University of St. Andrew's)


Other Subject Directories

Academic Info

BUBL LINK
use BUBL LINK when you are researching a broad topic and want a collection of Internet resources recommended by information professionals

Librarians' Index to the Internet
the LII is a well-organized, selective, and continually updated collection maintained by a large number of indexers in California.