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Research Tools

 

Get quick access to Stitt Library's e-books, journal articles, databases, e-reference sources, our catalog of print books, and more. Access to some tools is limited to Austin Seminary students, facutly, and staff. 

 

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Stitt Library Info

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Welcome to Stitt Library! Stitt Library collects materials to support the curriculum at Austin Seminary, teaches patrons how to use those resources, and provides pleasant and effective physical and virtual spaces in which to interact with the collections. 

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Research Help

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Steps in the research process

The Austin Seminary librarians have created a suite of resources to help you learn how to use our electronic and print resources, find good sources effectively, and work through the steps of the research process. Austin Seminary students, faculty, and staff can receive individualized assistance by emailing libraryiq@austinseminary.edu

 

Using the Library

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Borrowing books | Renewing books

The mission of Stitt Library is to support the study and research needs of the seminary community, as well as to serve as a resource to local clergy and the general public. Extensive e-resources are available to current students, faculty, and staff both on and off campus, and to public users on-site. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are available to help library users find and use the materials.

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Alumni

 

Library Resources for Alumni

 

Access to the ATLA Religion Database is provided at no cost to alumni through the support of Austin Seminary. Are you an Austin Seminary alumnus?   Email libraryiq@austinseminary.edu for login information.

Archives

Austin Seminary Archives |

Index of congregational material (PDF) |

Browse digitized collections

The Austin Seminary Archives at Stitt Library serves as the official repository for the history of Austin Seminary. The archives also collects material that documents Presbyterianism in Texas and the Southwest, including congregational history material and historic Presbytery and Synod minutes.

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