Understanding Great Works: a new research tool on JSTOR (JSTOR)

JSTOR: Understanding Great Works: a new research tool on JSTOR. “Understanding Great Works (Beta) is a free research tool from JSTOR Labs that fosters student engagement with classic literature by connecting passages in primary texts with journal articles and book chapters on JSTOR that cite those lines. Building on the success of the Understanding Shakespeare tool, Understanding Great Works encompasses several key works of British literature such as Frankenstein and Pride and Prejudice, the King James Bible, as well as all Shakespeare sonnets and plays.”

Liberty University: Longtime professor makes his life’s work available online

Liberty University: Longtime professor makes his life’s work available online . “The newly launched Liberty University Bible Resource Center is a worldwide online resource that includes Willmington’s S.W.O.R.D. project (Scripture Wisdom Organized and Rightly Divided). It consists of 16 major programs of study, with up to 1,000 of Willmington’s writings on subjects from both the Old and New Testaments. Information is gleaned from some of Willmington’s most popular works, such as ‘Willmington’s Guide to the Bible,’ which has sold 350,000 copies worldwide and is translated into six different languages. The site is organized by subject matter, so it is easy for all students to navigate.”