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Celebrate Theological Libraries Month

Oct 1, 2017

It’s impossible to do research in a vacuum.

This October, celebrate Theological Libraries Month with us! We'll spotlight some creative collaboration in support of research.

How do theological libraries help YOU creatively collaborate?

Upgrading remote database access service, 9/28 (Thurs)

Sep 27, 2017

The proxy service that enables remote access to library databases for authorized users needs to be upgraded to ensure continued, secure remote access to library resources. The process will involve some interruption in off campus service, though on campus access will not be affected.

Updates will be posted at where you may also subscribe to receive updates automatically.

New Faculty Book: ​Philosophy, art, and religion

Sep 20, 2017

Prof. Gordon Graham's new book, Philosophy, art, and religion: understanding faith and creativity, is now available in the library.

Call Number: NX180.R4 G73 2017
ISBN: 9781107132221
Publication Date: 2017-09-07

Seminary Fest 2017!

Sep 14, 2017

Raffle Winners, the New York Times and the Washington Post

Thanks to everyone who visited the Library’s Seminary Fest table last week, and especially to all of you who participated in the raffle! It was great to see/meet you all.

Our five raffle winners were: Jan Ammon, Maiia Avelino, Shawn Oliver, Joaquina Perez and Alexis Silvoy. Congratulations!

If you didn’t get a chance to stop by and pick up one of the cards with info about the New York Times Academic Pass, you can find everything you need to know here:

And if you missed Kate’s message from Jeremy about the Washington Post, here it is :-)

Students and educators with a valid .edu email address are eligible for free online access to The Washington Post. To start your free digital subscription, please click on the link below:

Once you have verified your email address, you will be able to access Washington Post content from anywhere on any device. Please make sure that you are properly signed in with your .edu email address.

Academic Technology News

Aug 29, 2017

Are you as excited about the start of a new year as we are? Be sure to check out the workshops that Academic Technology Librarian, Patrick Milas, is offering this fall. He also has some very useful information up about citation management tools, Zotero and EndNote.

Research Guides (LibGuides) Upgrade

Aug 22, 2017

The online platform that hosts the A-Z list of research databases and all of the research guides got a refresh today. Take a look!

New book review: Jewish Liturgy: A Guide to Research, by Ruth Langer

Aug 16, 2017

Academic Technology Librarian Patrick Milas' book review of Ruth Langer's Jewish Liturgy : A Guide to Research was recently published by Taylor & Francis.

Milas, T. Patrick. Jewish Liturgy: A Guide to Research, by Ruth Langer, Journal of Religious and Theological Information 16(3) July 2017: 117-118.

New Books Search

Aug 11, 2017

Use the new New Books tab in the library catalog to see which titles have been added in the last week, two weeks, three weeks or four weeks. Results are sorted by call number by default but may be sorted by author or title using a drop down menu.

NEW Related articles feature

Jul 27, 2017

This week’s release of updates to the Summon search tool included several accessibility and usability improvements, but we wanted to make sure you knew about another new feature that came online earlier this summer, the bX Recommender.

The integration of the bX Recommender with Summon means that in some search results, you’ll see a "Related Articles" link. These links, and the results they return, are based on global usage data (from more than 450 institutions) and give you one more avenue for exploring and discovering library material.

International Critical Commentary

Jul 8, 2017

The Princeton Theological Seminary Library recently purchased online access to a curated selection of the International Critical Commentary series titles.

From the publisher: "For over 100 years, the International Critical Commentary series has held a special place among works on the Bible. It has brought together all the relevant aids to exegesis – linguistic and textual no less than archaeological, historical, literary and theological – with a level of comprehension and quality of scholarship unmatched by any other series. Contributors have been invited for their scholarly distinction rather than adherence to any one school of thought. This collection is a curated selection of 59 titles from throughout the series' history, including both long-unavailable titles and newly-published research."