Our goal at the School of Theology Library is to provide assistance to our community to help them thrive in the programs at STH. We offer the following services for students to bolster this mission. Please refer students to any of the following tools we provide, or contact library staff to set up in-class instruction services.
Our goal is to assist faculty members in research and teaching students. Contact library staff to set up in-class instruction sections (from research methods, to plagiarism avoidance, to evaluating resources), or feel free to refer students to the following:
Weekly workshops during each semester teaching students core research competencies (research methods and process, avoiding plagiarism, finding resources, evaluating resources) and advanced tools (citation managers, organizing big data, and more).
The Personal Librarian Program at the Boston University School of Theology was launched to introduce incoming first-year students at the School of Theology to the wealth of collection and services their library has to offer.
Do you need help finding the perfect resources for your research? Having trouble finding access to something? Or so overwhelmed you don’t know where to start? The School of Theology Library offers numerous ways to Get Reference Help from one of our librarians! Remember that answering your questions is what we love to do!