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Internet Stations

The Internet enables the GTU Library to expand its access to research and educational resources worldwide for the benefit of the students, faculty, and staff of the Graduate Theological Union. Five workstations are available in the library for general use. Additional stations provide access to research databases and library catalogs.

Teaching Lab

Reserving the Teaching Lab

Reservations for the Teaching Lab are made on a first come, first serve basis and may be reserved by:

Reservations

Teaching Lab

Click here for information on reserving the Teaching Lab.

 

Study Rooms

To reserve one of the two study rooms, please contact the Circulation Desk at 510-649-2500.  Rooms can be reserved in blocks of two hours.

Reference Desk

Reference Desk

Hours:  Monday-Friday,  10 am to 4 pm. 

Stanford University Library

Information on accessing the collections at Stanford University's library.

GTU Students, Faculty, and Visiting Scholars may also obtain a card for the Green Library at Stanford University. To get a card for the Green Library at Stanford, you will first need to get an application from the GTU Library Circulation Desk. Bring this application with you to the Green Library. There is no charge for this card. Connect to the Stanford Library's catalog, Socrates to see what materials are available.

Connection Problems

What is happening when I try to connect to a database?

This is an explanation of the connecting process from remote locations; that is, from off-campus.

Part 1: The Proxy Server

Get Help

Research Help

GTU Library Reference Desk
Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Phone: 510-649-2501
Email: library@gtu.edu

Click here for our "Ask a Librarian" form

 

Drop-In Assistance

Research help is available from a Reference Librarian at the library's Reference Desk. Reference Librarians can help you:

Suggest a Library Purchase

Library materials are selected on a routine basis from major denominational presses represented among the GTU Schools, major academic presses (Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Princeton, Eerdmann’s, Peter Lang, Brill, Blackwell’s, etc.), a selected number of national and international vendors (Midwest, Harrassowitz, Casalini libri, Amazon.com, etc.) according to criteria and priorities set in the Collection Development Policy.

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