Monthly Archives: September 2015

How to Add Encyclopedic Scholarship to a Bible Paper

Books used by a Librarian “behind the stacks”. by James L. Sauer – Director of University Library Although there are great reference tools in our catalog, especially in the Credo Reference site; there are still many tools that are still available only in print in our library. In certain fields, like theology and Biblical Studies there […]

Two Mobile Apps to Keep You Up-to-Date.

Apps Used by a Librarian “behind-the-stacks”. by Mark D. Puterbaugh, Information Services Librarian With the busy pace of life today, it is hard to keep up with the latest news and trends important to your academic and professional life. However, there are tools to help you organize and access the information that is most important to you. […]

A Blog About Writing a Blog

Things Librarians Do “behind-the-stacks”. by Marvin Smith, D.Min. M.L.S. General Services Librarian, Palmer Theological Seminary BE A BLOGGER! So you’ve been reading blogs written by friends and professionals… Like this blog written for those interested in business & leadership: https://roadsignsandblindspots.wordpress.com/ Or like this blog written for those following theological trends: https://mytheologicalplayground.wordpress.com/ Or like this deeply […]

Checkout the Laptops from Warner Memorial Library

by Jonathan Beasley, Technical Services Librarian Do you ever need a laptop for your personal use? If so, the library has eight Dell laptops available for checkout and will be providing an additional five in the near future. The laptops are kept at the Circulation Desk in the Library all you need to do is come in to […]