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Films on Demand
Thousands of videos and video segments are available in this collection. Browse by topic or search by title.
This collection of more than 300 videos shows master therapists actively engaging in therapy.
More than 700 dictionaries and encyclopedias; thousands of topic pages, mind-maps, images, audio files and videos to help you start research projects.
Approximately 150,000 ebooks with unlimited, multi-user access, powerful research tools, and individual chapter downloads.
EBSCO Ebook Collection
This collection provides full-text access to hundreds of digital version of books on a variety of subjects.
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PLNU Institutional Repository
Visit the repository: This digital collection includes archival content as well as honors projects, theses, and doctoral projects authored by Point Loma's undergraduate and graduate scholars. It also serves as a gateway to the Wesleyan-Holiness Digital Library.
One Book One San Diego 2020
One Book, One San Diego is our region's premier literary program, presented in partnership between KPBS and over 80 libraries and educational institutions. Ryan Library is a proud partner. This year's One Book One San Diego title is They Called Us Enemy by George Takei.
Visit our research guide: libguides.pointloma.edu/onebook2020.
If you would like a free copy of the book, contact librarian Robin Lang.
Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide
Sexual Misconduct research guide
This work in progress, courtesy of the Faculty Council and compiled by Librarian Robin Lang and Professor Rebecca Laird, this guide describes a variety of resources, most of them accessible on the open web. Some do require logging in with a PLNU Network ID and Password.