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Research

The United Library’s primary mission is to support your research and learning so that you can prepare yourself to be a highly regarded and bold Christian leader for the church, academy and world. As one of the largest theological libraries in the nation, we hold about 400,000 volumes, subscribe to more than 500 periodicals, and provide access to numerous electronic resources in partnership with the Northwestern University Library. To assist your research the library offers a few different research options.

  Search for books, full-text articles, videos, journals, music, images, digital collections, Library Guides, and more from millions of records in the joint catalogs of the Northwestern Libraries and The United Library, in most of our subscription databases, and a wealth of scholarly open-access content as well.
     
  These electronic resources have been hand selected for our students and sorted by subject.
     

All Electronic Resources

  A link to all the electronic resources available to you.
     
 

EndNote can be a great way to keep track of references that you might want to use for writing a paper or to create a standalone bibliography on a subject of interest.

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  Designed by your librarians to facilitate your academic research and learning, Library Guides are online portals to high quality research information in print, audiovisual, and electronic formats. Search by subject/topic or class to retrieve the guide of your interest. You can read the guide on the screen or print and/or email it if you prefer. Only three Library Guides are currently available, but more will be added in the near future.
     
  If you cannot find the item you need either in the United Library or NU Library, fill out the ILL request form online or in person at the circulation desk. We will do our best to acquire the item from other libraries. Garrett students have borrowing rights at other ACTS libraries as well as the Loyola University Library.
     
  These one-hour sessions will equip you with the research skills and information technologies that will prepare you well for your study and ministry.
     
  If you missed our workshops. There are helpful video demos and tutorials as well as handouts that you may find useful.
     
  There are several ways to take advantage of our reference services. We are available to you through live chat Mondays-Fridays 8:30am-4:30pm, by email, by phone and you are always welcome to drop by the circulation desk and ask to speak with the reference librarian.

 

 

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