Category Archives: Theological Libraries

It’s National Library Week!

  National Library week is celebrated April 13 – 19, 2014 with the theme “Lives change @ your library┬«.” Sponsored by the American Library Association, all kinds of libraries – universities and seminaries (like ours), elementary and high school, public … Continue reading

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Web Resources: Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative

As this is the beginning of Theological Libraries Month (one of the many wonderful things celebrated during the month of October!), I thought I would highlight one of the fine resources available at the ATLA (American Theological Libraries Association) website. … Continue reading

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Shopping for Korean books

One of the marvelous parts of my work is developing theological collections for APU students and programs. What a number of people on the main Azusa campus may not be aware of, is that this not only involves selecting resources … Continue reading

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Never Enough Singing!

This year’s ATLA conference included a special recognition of our long-time choir director Seth Kasten. Seth has recently retired from Union Theological Seminary/ Columbia University in New York City and for the past twenty-five years has faithfully planned worship music … Continue reading

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So what do Theological Librarians talk about? Notes from the ATLA Conference

I have mentioned in earlier posts that I have just returned from the annual conference for the American Theological Library Association (ATLA). These days we seem to have theological librarians participating from many parts of the world, so “American”, while … Continue reading

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