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The Theology Library is committed to giving distance education students access to all library services and resources that are available to on-campus students. Distance education students that are able to visit the library are encouraged to do so, as that grants the fastest access to our resources. Our regular services and borrowing privileges are listed here. If your ability to reach campus is infrequent or limited to week-long on-campus intensive courses, the library has worked out a number of options to help you get the materials you need. In addition to e-resources such as databases, e-journals, e-reference, and e-books (see our e-resources tabs for more information), we have worked out ways to provide physical materials from our library, consortium libraries, and even other public or academic libraries near you.
Stacey Duran, the Instruction & Collection Development Librarian, is the Personal Librarian contact for all distance education students. Personal librarians can answer reference questions and provide guidance about how to find or use library resources. They also send out regular emails with information on special library events or new library resources available to you. More information on our Personal Librarian program can be found here.
Stacey's office is across from the Reference Desk in 201C. She can be contacted directly at email@example.com. Stacey will also hold virtual reference hours online occasionally throughout the semester, so that you can "drop by" and ask any questions. More information about those will be sent out in her "Personal Librarian" emails.