New Databases

last modified 2018-08-13T11:36:35-04:00 expired
New electronic resources available through Mercer University Library.

Mercer University Library now has access to these new resources:

ATLAS Plus – We have upgraded our subscription of ATLA Serials to the new full text ATLAS Plus.

  • ATLAS PLUS offers users access to a growing list of more than 450 full-text titles, including all of the full-text titles in ATLA Serials, in many diverse areas of religion and theology, with full-text content in 16 languages from more than 30 different countries. By upgrading to ATLAS PLUS from ATLAS, sites will gain access to more than 120 full-text titles.

As part of our new ATLAS Plus package, we have access to New Testament Abstracts and Old Testament Abstracts:

New Testament Abstracts

  • Abstracts of articles, reviews, and software and more than 22,000 book summaries in the fields of N​​ew Testament, Gospels-Acts, Epistles-Revelation, Biblical Theology and the World of the New Testament.

Old Testament Abstracts

  • Old Testament Abstracts covers an array of subjects including antiquities, archaeology, biblical theology and philology, making it essential for religious or biblical research. All abstracts are in English, regardless of the language of the original work.


MLA International Bibliography with Full Text

  • This is an upgrade to the existing MLA International Bibliography. The full text version contains around 1,000 full text journals whereas the previous version only provided indexing and abstracting service.


Covidence – Courtesy of the School of Medicine

  • Covidence is a systematic review production tool for title/abstract screening, full-text screening, data abstraction, and quality assessment. Covidence was designed by researchers familiar with the systematic review process in order to make conducting reviews more efficient. It is the primary screening and data extraction tool for Cochrane authors.
  • Mercer University has institutional access that includes unlimited reviews and support. Mercer University faculty, students and staff may invite collaborators from other institutions and organizations.
  • This resource requires users to setup an account. The link takes users to the School of Medicine’s information page about the resource including instructions of how to setup their account.

If you have any questions about using any of the Library's resources, please contact Research Services.