Camscanner app can replace the hassle of photocopying. Just snap photos of the pages, it will read the words and make it searchable. It stores the files online so you can view across different mobile devices. Paid version can convert images into editable texts too.
FREE Academic Journals
ACTS Library has a Journal room (#07-05, T4 classroom) with over 60 annual subscriptions of English and Chinese academic journals and magazines. Below are some other useful links for your research:
1. NLB eResources > eJournal > JSTOR. Journals are up-to-date research articles in that specialised field, which subsequently may be compiled into books by its author after a few years. A NLB MyLibrary ID is required to login.
2. Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies, academic articles by Asia Pacific Theological Seminary. Free online issues from since 1998.
3. The Journal of Evangelical Theological Society (JETS) academic articles by Evangelical Theological Society. Free articles since 1958.
4. Journal of Asian Mission, academic articles by Asia Graduate School of Theology, Philippines. Free articles from 1999-2005.
5. International Bulletin of Missionary Research (IBMR) by Overseas Ministries Studies Center (OMSC). Free online articles since 1950. Useful for mission-related research, for example a search of “China” gives 176 results from 1950-2016.
FREE Magazine/ history/ heritage 杂志
1. Enrichment Journal, a magazine by Assemblies of God, US. Free online issues from 1997-2014 (last issue 2015 Spring version available by clicking “current issue”). Publication have ceased.
2. Consortium of Pentecostal Archives is a collaborative effort initiated by repositories of Pentecostal archival materials to make their materials accessible online. It can search through nearly 40 out-of-print publications including Assemblies of God Heritage, Pentecostal Evangel and Pentecostal Herald.
3. NLB eResources > NewspaperSG: A digital archive of English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil newspapers published in Singapore. A search of “Assemblies of God” gives 493 free-to-browse microfilms that dates back to 29 May 1935.