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Theological librarians and the Internet

implications for practice

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Published by Haworth Information Press in Binghamton, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theological libraries,
  • Library information networks,
  • Internet,
  • Religion -- Computer network resources,
  • Theology -- Computer network resources

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of religious & theological information.
    StatementMark Stover, editor.
    ContributionsStover, Mark.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ675.T4 T47 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination219 p. ;
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3943387M
    ISBN 10078901341X, 0789013428
    LC Control Number2001024428

    Theological Librarians and the Internet: Implications for Practice Theological distance education continues to have its skeptics and development of theological book and journal collections Author: David Harmeyer. I am in a Theological Librarianship class at the University of Illinois. Each week we write a short essay from our class readings. It occurred to me that this blog would be a good place to post those. Here is the first: There is a book my children loved called “The Library Dragon”, about a librarian who was a dragon.

    American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Historical Monograph Collections: Series 1. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Provides open access to detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy. librarians, clergy, . Maureen Junker-Kenny offers a systematic overview of the discipline of theological ethics in the variety of its approaches, which draw upon different philosophical traditions and theological visions in treating its sources. Part One examines the four sources of theological ethics: the Bible, tradition, philosophical accounts of the human, and the individual human sciences. Part Two compares.

    The Classification of Theological Books RUTH C. EISENHART A FEW YEARS AGO the Columbia University School of Library Service held a series of workshops on special libraries at one of its Alumni Day sessions. There were workshops for medical librarians, . its connection to theological education “the [theological] library is an equal partner with classroom and field and shares mutually in the task of forwarding the institution toward its goals.” Earle Hilgert and Elvire Hilgert, “The Librarian-Educator in a Theological School,” in Essays on Theological Librarianship.


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