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The purpose of the Seminary library is to be a vital resource for the support of the Seminary's curriculum and the research needs of faculty and students.
The Salisbury library contains approximately 34,000 volumes and provides access to 470 periodical subscriptions. The Alabama Extension library contains 3000 books. Along with materials supporting the curriculum, the library collects materials about the history, mission, government and activities of the AME Zion Church and the wider Methodist movement. The African American religious experience is a collection emphasis.
The library subscribes to the ATLA Database with ATLASerials and ProQuest. Through these databases, users have electronic access to full text theological journals. The library's catalog is available off campus through the internet. A professional librarian offers guidance and instruction in research methods.
The Seminary is a member of the Carolinas Theological Library Consortium, which provides mutual check-out privileges to the collections of the fourteen member libraries.
Monday and Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES AT HOOD
ATLA Database with ATLASerials: Click here Provides access to information about all aspects of world religions. Also covers Biblical studies, church history, theology, ethics, philosophy, psychology, history, sociology, law, and more.
ATLAS for Alum: Click here Through a grant from the Lilly Foundation, the American Theological Library Association is offering the alumni/ae of eligible schools access to ATLASerials through 2013. For User ID and Password information, please contact Rev. Cynthia Keever or Ms. Sonia Edgar.
ProQuest (w/ Full Text Articles): Click here to log-in
RESEARCH IN MINISTRY:
Indexes and abstracts Doctor of Ministry theses and projects click here to log-in
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The Wabash Center Internet Guide to Religion A selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are in the practice and study of religion.
Religious Studies Web Guide: Focuses on resources of use to researchers involved in the academic study of religion.
Religious Worlds: Information about religions and religious studies for scholars and students.
Christian Classics Library: Classic Christian books in electronic form.
eTurabian: Online help with citations.
http://plato.stanford.edu/ : Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
http://commons.ptsem.edu/: Princeton Theological Seminary Theological Commons
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