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A freely accessible tool for research in interfaith learning for students and scholars, created by Dr. Jan Phillips who, along with the Jay Phillips Center, seeks to further interreligious understanding by facilitating probative examination of sources across the scholarly disciplines
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Includes many educational videos on religion and content from companies from PBS to the Great Courses, as well as classic and international film. "Stream thousands of movies, including hundreds of Criterion Collection titles, for free? And all you need is a library card? Surely, it can’t be this simple, right? -- It is. [VTS is among the libraries who have] teamed up with the streaming platform Kanopy to bring some 30,000 movies to library cardholders, free of charge. Kanopy’s emphasis is on documentaries and international films, all of which can be streamed on your computer, through a Roku box or on iOS and Android phone apps." -- New York Times. It is viewable on campus, and on your smartphones and mobile devices. Remote access is provided by logging in using your library barcode and last name.
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In 2015, BPL began publishing VTS theses online where authors gave permission to use an electronic copy of their thesis. Electronic theses are now accessible Internet-wide. The initial collection included only doctoral theses, but master's theses can now also be included in the collection. If you wish to have your thesis published in this collection, contact our E-Services Librarian, Cindy Harper.
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This is the new interface of the OCLC Worldcat library union catalog including one-stop shopping of ebooks and a portion of our article databases. It provides faceted searching for narrowing down your results.
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