Scholars in Lasallian studies - or potential scholars - tend to be interested in the programs or resources that will allow research on a certain topic related to Lasallian history, pedagogy, or spirituality. They will already be aware of the resources described within the other audience categories and are interested in diving a little deeper.

There are scholarly resources available on the Institute website and on other District websites. The first step to building one's interest in this area is to spend time exploring the various locations where Lasallian resources have been made available and accessible. Note that on the RESOURCES page, on the bottom of the list of search options is a Google "Custom Search" bar, which searches for items or key words only on Lasallian related websites - national, international, colleges and universities, etc.  It is a good place to start searching for esoteric Lasallian sorts of things.

DLS.FOOTSTEPS.ORG
This remains a rich trove of videos related to De La Salle's locations in France, and the Q&A talk about his spirituality and works.
LASALLIAN VIDEOS
This is a fine set of videos on many different Lasallian saints and themes. Many topics give a wide overview.
THE LASALLIAN HERITAGE
An hour-long interview with one of the top Lasallian scholars, Br. Gerard Rummery, FSC
LASALLIAN SCHOLARLY STUDY
Saint Mary's University in Minnesota offers a variety of degrees in the area of Lasallian studies.
LASALLIAN BIBLIO
The Motherhouse in Rome has begun a digital depository for primary Lasallian resources.
LASALLIAN RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
This annual symposium in Minnesota gather 200+ scholars from around the world to share Lasallian scholarly interests.
DIGITAL JOURNAL OF LASALLIAN RESEARCH
This international publication resource features research and articles from Lasallian scholars around the world.
AXIS JOURNAL
AXIS is a Journal of Lasallian Education that features dissertation abstracts, scholarly articles, archival writings, and more.
LASALLIANA ARTICLES
This set of 1000+ articles are all available online (on this website) via individual PDF files, listed within each volume's webpage.