Global Digital Theological Library (GLDTL)
Note: Resources you access on the GLDTL are made available following required copyright restrictions only to current faculty members, institutional staff, and students. You are therefore required to request the access barcode/password by filling this form GLDTL Barcode Request Form
Here is how you get GLDTL access.
- Go to the following website: http://globaldtl.org/
- Use the search area (simple or advanced search) to look for a resource by author or book title
- Select the desired resource and click “View eBook”
- Some resources will have restricted access. If so, enter the barcode information designated by the school where it asks for it. Click the “Log in” button.
- “Barcode” is the term GLDTL uses for what often is called a password.
- The school receives the current barcode when they start using the GLDTL. That barcode will be replaced with another one occasionally. The ILC President’s Team will be inform the school of barcode changes when they occur.
- The first time a user enters the GLDTL, it may ask them to register. If it does, a user should:
- Enter your email address and preferred password information.
- Read the conditions for use and click the “I have read and agree to the House Rules” box.
- Then click the “Save Details” button.
- If the resource is part of the Controlled Digital Lending (CDL), it will give you a password to use on the next screen.
- Copy the password and click on the book you want to view from the list.
- Insert the password where it is required.
- Click the “Continue” button (if the button disappears before you can click it, click where it was located.
- The CDL book should now appear for use.
- You may now read the resource online, download it (if allowed), or add it to your GLDTL bookshelf.
- From within this area, you may also search for additional resources without needing to re-enter the barcode again.
- Sometimes, the resource you want to view is in another GLDTL section, a cooperative e-library, or a special online collection. Sometimes it may have restrictions on use (e.g., how long the text will be available). Other times, the text can still be viewed but is done through linked, different e-library software that requires additional learning for using them.
- When you are finished, you may or may not need to log out from the GLDTL site. If there are no instructions requesting this, just close the browser or browser tab you have been using.
- When you log out, it may take you to the VLeBooks log in site. Do not use this site to log into the GLDTL, instead, always use the main GLDTL webpage to log in. When you do, you may re-enter in one of two ways:
- If you have not cleaned your browser history, it may let you back in without the need to log in after you again search for and select a resource to view.
- However, if you have cleaned your browser history and then select a resource to view, you will likely again be taken to the screen where you will need to enter the required barcode. You should not need to go through the registration process once more.
- They are regularly improving the GLDTL and the instructions above may change occasionally. Usually, these changes simplify the process; so, some steps above may become obsolete after your school starts using the GLDTL. The copyright restrictions and need to use a barcode for access will not change as they are required by certain publishers who are allowing their texts to be included in the GLDTL.
Subjects Covered: Accounting and Auditing, Economics, Education, Engineering and Materials Science, Environmental Management, Food and Nutrition, General Management, Health Care Management and Hospitality, HR Management, Information Management, Library Collection Development and management, Library Management and Information Services, Library Technology, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Operation and Production Management, Police Management, Public Sector Management, Quality Management.
- School of Leadership Review – https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/
- Common Wealth Journal of Local Government – https://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/cjlg
- IIMB Management Review – https://www.journals.elsevier.com/iimb-management-review
- Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice – https://nzeals.org.nz/jelpp/
- International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership – http://www.ascd.org/Publications/IJEPL.aspx
- Open Journal of Leadership – https://publons.com/journal/21503/open-journal-of-leadership/
- Online Counseling https://www.elsevier.com/search-results?query=Counselling%20Psychology%20Journal%20&page=2
- SA Journal of Industrial Psychology – https://sajip.co.za/index.php/sajip
- Journal of work and organizational psychology – https://journals.copmadrid.org/jwop/
- BMC Psychology – https://link.springer.com/journal/40359/volumes-and-issues
- European Journal of Counselling Psychology – https://www.questia.com/library/p439733/the-european-journal-of-counselling-psychology
- Psychology – https://www.scirp.org/journal/psych
- Open Journal of Depression – https://www.scirp.org/journal/ojd
AIP publishes 12 journals, 2 magazines and a conference proceeding series. Their citation platform hosts over 1.5 million articles from more than 25 scholarly publishers.
Subjects Covered:Condensed Matter and Materials Science, Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Measurement Science and sensors, Plasma Physics. Optical Atomic and Molecular Physics, High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Medical and Biological Physics, Physics Education and Computer Science.
APS publishes a number of journals that feature the study of biological phenomena using physical approaches and investigations into the physical principles and mechanisms by which living organisms survive, adapt, and grow. The richness of life science phenomena gives biological physics a very broad scope, from answering fundamental questions about life to advancing the biomedical sciences by developing new drugs and diagnostics equipment.
Publishes a number of peer-reviewed, open access journals. These free-to-view online journals cover all major disciplines of science, medicine, technology and social sciences. BENTHAM Open provides researchers a platform to rapidly publish their research in a good-quality peer-reviewed journal. All peer-reviewed accepted submissions meeting high research and ethical standards are published with free access to all.
CABI is an international, inter-governmental, not-for-profit organization that improves people’s lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment.
An internationally acclaimed database of regularly updated evidence-based medical systematic reviews
It is a collection of databases that contain high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making.
A discovery service for peer reviewed books published under an open access licence. DOAB provides a searchable index to the information about these books, with links to the full texts of the publications at the publisher’s website or repository.
EBSCO provides access to over 11,000 full text,
Peer-reviewed journals and over 15,000 abstracted and indexed titles. Access to 8 major databases:
Subjects Covered: Social Sciences and Humanities, Business, Nursing, Medicine and newspaper database
Contains over 30 full text-text electronic journals
Subjects Covered: Literary Studies, Philosophy, Historical Studies, African Studies, Linguistics, Film and Media studies, Politics, Law, Islamic and Middle Eastern studies
The Lyell Collection
An online collection comprising journals of the geological Society of London like Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment analysis. Special Publications and Key book series on a single electronic platform.
The IMF is viewed as one of the world’s most authoritative sources for economic information, analysis and harmonized statistics. IMF eLibrary provides comprehensive data and original analysis, with coverage of almost every economy in the world and a special focus on developing and emerging economies.
Offers access to millions of Peer Reviewed Journals in the field of Law.
Below are some of the information which can be accessed through the database.
All England Law Reports
Atkin’s Court Forms.
Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents.
Halsbury’s Laws of England.
Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law.
Hill and Redman’s Law of Landlord and Tenant.
Subjects Covered: Biomedical Research and Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Clinical Medicine and Surgery, Complementary or alternative medicine, Engineering and Informatics, Law, Psychology, Public Health
Publishes journals and online databases across the Life, Physical and Applied Sciences and Clinical medicine, Content encompasses daily news from award-winning journalists, expert opinion and practical methodology, and more high impact research and reviews than any science publisher. Over 30 journals are published in association with prestigious academic societies.
Project MUSE provides online access to 430. Full-text journals from 108 publishers in humanities and social science Project MUSE meets library needs around the world.
Subjects covered: Literature, History, Politics and Policy Studies, Education, Economics, Film, religion and women studies
Full text issues in Clinical Medicine and Public Health, It features articles covering Original Research, current issues, Ethics, Law, Clinical Governance and Audit, and also reports on prestigious College lectures and conferences.
Biomedical & Life Sciences, Business & Economics, Chemistry & Materials Science, Computer Science & Communications. Earth & Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Medicine & Healthcare, Physics & Mathematics.
Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Science, Education Engineering, Law Life Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine and Healthcare, Physics and Astronomy, Polymers and Materials Science, Psychology, Social Sciences
The University of Chicago Press publishes nearly fifty scholarly journals, many on behalf of some of the world’s most prestigious societies, and several that were the first scholarly publications in their respective fields. The journals present original research from international scholars in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Education, Biological and Medical Sciences and Physical Sciences.
The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products.
A global science gateway, providing one-stop searching of over 90 national and international scientific databases and portals from more than 70 countries. Users can search and translate 400 million pages of science and technology information