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A web-based digital video delivery service. Offers more than 5,500 educational titles in dozens of subject areas. Special features allow users the ability to organize and bookmark clips, share playlists, and personalize folders. Includes the FMG Archival Films & Newsreels Collection.
Includes titles from Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian, BBC, and more.
What type of information do you need?
Try the BEAM research model for determining types of resources: Background information, Examples and Evidence, Argument support, and Methodological framework.
ARDA offers statistics about all religions in countries throughout the world and allows the user to compare up to eight countries on a single page. The website's home page features US data, but have a look at the right-hand side for "Country Comparisons" for international data.
The Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism produced by the World Council of Churches is a multilingual online library offering access free of charge to more than 650'000 full-text articles, journals, books and other resources. Its focus is on theology, intercultural and interreligious dialogue, ethics, and ecumenism in World Christianity.
The Pluralism Project is a two decade-long research project by Harvard University that engages students in studying the new religious diversity in the United States. They explore particularly the communities and religious traditions of Asia and the Middle East that have become woven into the religious fabric of the United States in the past twenty-five years.
WCD offers statistics about Christianity in countries throughout the world but also has information about other religions. It is available through the library's home page ( http://library.sewanee.edu/). Click on "Electronic Databases" then on "Name," then on "W," then on "World Christian Database. You can also find it by clicking on "Subject" and then on "Religion."