Readers may remember this site from the 06-15-2018 Scout Report, and it continues to serve as a great resource for individuals interested in learning about and exploring religion from an academic perspective.
For instructors and scholars of religious studies, the University of Calgary created this extensive list of web-based resources that may be of interest. This guide was created by Cheryl Adams, Religion Specialist at the Library of Congress, and Saundra Lipton, Retired Religious Studies Librarian at the University of Calgary. Visitors can explore this portal in a few different ways. On the resource guide's homepage, visitors can select a link that allows one to browse by religion. The collection includes resources related to more than a dozen religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Taoism, and New Religious Movements. Alternatively, visitors may also browse the collection by thematic categories such as bibliographies/indexes, digital text collections, data/statistics, images, journals, and sacred texts.