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Find books via Omni, the Library catalogue
Reading Religion is an open book review website published by the American Academy of Religion (AAR). The site provides up-to-date coverage of scholarly publishing in religious studies, reviewed by scholars with special interest and/or expertise in the relevant subfields. (from the website)
Syndicate Network - Theology
Modeled upon conference symposia, these dialogues focus on particular books and provide substantial critical engagement from a group of scholars whose interest intersect with the book being featured. (from the website)
Syndicate Network - Biblical Studies
Modeled upon conference symposia, these dialogues focus on particular books and provide substantial critical engagement from a group of scholars whose interest intersect with the book being featured.
ATLA Religion Database with ATLAS Serials
Under "publication type" on the search page, select "review," then search for a title, author or subject.
Where's My Book?
This chart shows how to find books and articles listed in the University of Waterloo library catalogue during COVID-19 restrictions
Finding electronic books
Many electronic books are available through the library catalogue. To narrow your search to electronically-available books only:
- Do an initial library catalogue search
- On the left side of the catalogue, you will now see options to filter your results
- Under "Availability" choose "Available online"
- Then choose the "Resource Type" called "Books, ebooks, etc."
Although many of these title appear in the library catalogue, you may also want to expand your search using these ebook platforms.
Look for the Virtual Browse carousel that appears at the bottom of every library book record. You can scroll left or right to see other books in the library system with similar Library of Congress numbers.