Below is a list of databases. Some databases are only available on terminals connected to the Tyndale computer network, including the Computer Lab. Remote access to the electronic databases provided by these services is available (remote access help). All links open in a new window.
You may also filter/search by the title of the database you are looking for using the tools below. You can type in the full name of the database or just a partial name. You may also just use one letter to find all databases that begin with that letter.
This Facts on File database bridges the gap between the science that students learn in the classroom and the discoveries pushing the boundaries of science today.
The Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN) is a library of over 10,000 theological thesis/dissertation titles representing research from as many as 70 different institutions.
Guide to Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion.
This Facts on File database provides a library of printable teacher-handout material and other content geared for elementary-level students.
This Facts on File database facilitates the study of countries, places, peoples, and geography concepts and skills.
This Facts on File database brings together and enhances nearly seven decades of news from the renowned Facts On File World News Digest in print.
This Facts on File database contains articles that explore the world's major religions and spiritual traditions and the impact of these movements on society and culture.
Input an author's name to get list of the most widely held books by and about that author.
WorldCat contains all the records cataloged by OCLC member libraries representing 400 languages, including books, manuscripts, websites and internet resources, maps, computer programs, musical scores, films and slides, newspapers, journals and magazines, sound recordings, articles, chapters, papers and videotapes. The database, updated daily, has over 62,000,000 bibliographic records from 23,000 libraries added since 1971.
Search the Tyndale Library for local resources and/or libraries worldwide.