- Arts & Letters Daily
- Books & Culture
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- Conference on Christianity and Literature
- Electronic Text Center
- Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Criticism and Theory
- Literary Resources on the Net
- Norton Topics Online
- Online Writing Lab
- Project Guttenberg
- Voice of the Shuttle
- Writing Competency Information
ArtsJournal is a weekday digest of some of the best arts and cultural journalism in the English-speaking world. Each day ArtsJournal combs through more than 200 English-language newspapers, magazines and publications featuring writing about arts and culture.
Arts & Letters Daily is widely regarded as the Internet's best index of articles on culture and ideas, and is published by The Chronicle of Higher Education. New material is added six days a week.
A division of Christianity Today, Books and Culture is a print and online magazine that attempts to discuss and understand the academic life and the world at large. Their email newsletter is an easy way to keep informed.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators. (This can be accessed on Biola's campus only, unless you have a subscription.)
The Conference on Christianity and Literature is a national organization interested in the relationship of Christianity and literature and dedicated to both scholarly excellence and collegial exchange. An allied organization of the Modern Language Association, the CCL is active in the annual MLA national convention (December 27-30) as well as in seven regional conferences held at rotating sites throughout North America.
The Etext Center was founded on a commonsense vision that combines emerging network and digitizing technologies with our subject expertise and library skills. Our twin mission is as follows: to create an on-line archive of standards-based texts and images in the humanities, and to build and support user communities adept at the creation and use of online resources.
Now expanded and updated, The Johns Hopkins Online Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism is an indispensable resource for scholars and students of literary theory and discourse. Revised extensively to reflect a decade of rapidly changing scholarship, the Online Guide features 48 new entries and subentries. Compiled by 275 specialists from around the world, the Online Guide presents a comprehensive historical survey of the field's most important figures, schools, and movements. It includes more than 240 alphabetically arranged entries on critics and theorists, critical schools and movements, and the critical and theoretical innovations of specific countries and historical periods.
This set of pages is a collection of links to sites on the Internet dealing especially with English and American literature, excluding most single electronic texts, and is limited to collections of information useful to academics.
Prepared by the Norton Anthology editors, this extensive, freely accessible Web resource for The Norton Anthology of English Literature offers twenty-seven topics for study and discussion.
In addition to easily searchable APA and MLA pages, Purdue's Owl Family of Sites offers handouts and helpful hints for all kinds of writing styles, including job search writing.
Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related technologies today.
Started in 1994 as a suite of static Web pages, VoS has now been rebuilt as a database that serves content dynamically on the Web. If Michel Foucault wrote about The Order of Things, then VoS may be said to be about "the ordering of things"—the ceaseless reconfiguration of humanities knowledge assisted by the new technologies of dynamic information.