What about electronic books owned by the Duke Libraries? The deadline to register to vote in NC was October 9. But don’t do it.). Duke University provides students, faculty, and staff with free and discounted software that is useful to academic work. Once you have your OneLink number (on your phone, through the app, or printed from your computer), bring it to the library together with your current driver’s license or other government-issued ID. Well, he may not have used those exact words, but he made similar remarks in a number of places. In line with University policy, the Divinity School Library will be open to Duke faculty, staff, and students only. Email notifications are sent out on a 24-hour delay, so when you receive notification that your books are available, you can be confident they have not been touched by anyone for at least 24 hours. Divinity School Library 407 Chapel Drive Duke Box #90972 Durham, NC 27708-0972. Check this page for Divinity Library hours, and find hours for other Duke University Libraries here. The form will ask you for some basic information (your name, email, and NetID) and allow space for as many as 12 titles. We have provided an Electronic (E-)Reserve collection instead. This magazine is received at Perkins Library, and can be found in the Current Periodicals section. About Divinity Magazine; Contact Divinity Magazine; Faith & Leadership; Faculty In The Media; Sign Up For Our Newsletter; Stories; Viewpoints; Give The Wall Street Journal: Go to the Online Journal Titles search in the Duke Libraries catalog and search “Wall Street Journal.” This should generate 18 search results, and the one that works best is part of the way down the page — it reads “Wall Street Journal (Online)” and has the ISSN 2574-9579. Ready to request items? Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Use the embedded link or search by ISSN 1539-7459. Follow this link to the Divinity Titles Request form. You may request titles through the catalog or using this form. Email Dr. Benjamin and she’ll help you find what you’re looking for. You will need to wear a mask throughout your visit to campus, swipe your Duke ID to enter the Divinity building, and practice social distancing with any staff you may encounter. Can I return my books? Of course, you might be wondering, What about Divinity Library materials that are print-only, and don’t exist in an electronic format? You may come at any time to pick up books that have been delivered to a locker; however, please note that access to campus is still restricted. Looking for a newspaper or magazine we haven’t listed? Keeping up with current events is an important aspect of pastoral ministry and scholarly engagement. If you did not register to vote in NC before the Oct. 9 deadline, you may still register at one of the early voting sites. Newsstream,” which will take you to a ProQuest-supported site that will let you expand by year and month to find the current issue: Interested in a magazine or newspaper that is not on our list? (Yes, this is a real place, and you can drive up and bring your books to it.) We have several scanners that you can use without logging in, and from which you can save files to a flash drive or email them to yourself. If you are looking for information on how to access library services without coming into the library itself, here are some other pages that might interest you: Requesting Divinity Library books for pickup, Requesting books from other Duke Libraries, Technology: Printing, Scanning, and Online/Off-site access to Library resources. As Duke Divinity prepares to transition to online classes for the remainder of the spring semester, you might already be asking yourself how you will research that seminar paper remotely.Whether you find yourself researching from your home in Durham or elsewhere, Duke Divinity Library resources are here for you, 24 hours a day — if you know how to look. Phone: (919) 660-3450 Fax: (919) 681-7594 Email: divlib@duke… When your requested book(s) are available, you will receive an email with additional instructions about picking them up at Telcom Circle. Sure! Drop off at this facility is limited to the hours of 8:30am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. Duke Libraries’ FAQ on re-opening and resuming services for Perkins, Bostock, Lilly, etc. Although we cannot yet welcome patrons back into the Divinity Library, we are committed to making it easy for you to access Divinity Library materials! (We do appreciate the thought! The Washington Post: Use the embedded link or search Duke’s catalog for ISSN 0190-8286. The Divinity School Library serves the Divinity School and the Religion Department, as well as the wider university and scholarly community. All seating in the Divinity Library has been adjusted so that patrons can sit at least six feet apart from one another. Stay safe, and thanks for your patience as we plan our return to campus in coordination with the other Duke Libraries and with Duke University guidelines! Duke Divinity School is known for rigorous academic training. However, staff members continue to offer reference and consultation services remotely, except during winter recess (December 23 - January 3): email [email protected] or your Personal Librarian. Divinity Library Take-out: Curbside Edition (December 1-17). Check out our tutorials and tips for. 407 Chapel Drive. We are washing our hands frequently throughout the day and will always do so immediately prior to handling books for checkout. 5. Divinity Library Take-out will be available December 1-17 (Tues., Weds., and Thurs. As we collect your requested books and check them out to you, librarians will be wearing masks. Reserving study seats and equipment in other Duke Libraries, Making a Reservation at the Divinity School Library. The Divinity School Library is open by reservation only (follow this link to make a reservation). Our protocols for materials handling are not a question of what level of risk individual patrons are willing to accept; rather, they are based on what level of risk Duke University is willing to accept. Many of these books are available online, but for those that are not, the link embedded in the title will take you to the Duke Libraries catalog record. You may also return your books off campus, at the Golden Warehouse. We cannot welcome Duke alumni, Friends of the Library, or other guests and visitors at this time; we apologize. Research Guide: Open Access Resources in Religious and Theological Studies — Duke Divinity School Library, Research Guide: Art and Images — Duke Divinity School Library, Research Guide: Biblical Studies — Duke Divinity School Library, Digitized pre-1923 Books on Divinity Archive — Duke Divinity School Library, Open Access Digital Theological Library (OADTL), Theological Commons — Digital Collection from Princeton Theological Seminary, Online Theology Resources — Bridwell Library (SMU), National Emergency Library — Internet Archive. Divinity Archive is hosted at the Duke Divinity School Library. Quick-guide to Databases and Electronic Resources: The top 13 search strategies and databases Divinity students should know about. The Divinity Library will reopen in January 2021 after gateway testing for the Spring Semester. Visitors to Duke facilities who lack an ID card can purchase public print/copy cards from campus libraries and add value to those cards in order to be able to use the ePrint system. These include the Atla religion database, JSTOR, the Digital Karl Barth Library, the Digital Library of Classical Protestant Texts, and many, many more. Use this form to email a purchase request to the Library Director. Here are some of the limitations you can expect right now: Ready to get started? (Remember, the Divinity School can only be accessed by your Duke ID.) See Durham County’s Notice to Same-Day Registrants for more information. So please make careful selections of what you really need for your research. The Divinity School has three print stations: one in the Student Lounge area of the Gray Building, one inside the Divinity Library, and one just outside the Divinity Library’s main entrance (next to our lockers). You must make a reservation in advance to visit the Divinity School Library. Visit the Duke Alumni Library Online Access page to set up your OneLink account. The Divinity School Library has a self-checkout station in front of our circulation desk. Fall 2020 Spring 2021 Summer 2021 Fall 2020 July 2020 Sunday, June 14 Orientation begins (emails and Orientation Sakai site) Monday, July 13 Recommended release deadline of Fall 2020 syllabi and pre-work to DMIN/MA hybrid course enrollees Monday, July 27 Bookbagging for Fall 2020 begins August 2020 Monday, August 3 Divinity registration for Fall 2020 begins (not all students Hit “Submit Times.” You will be redirected to an authentication page where you will log in with your Duke NetID and password. Did you know that every academic term, the Divinity Faculty meets and reads the names aloud of graduating students, and votes to approve them for graduation? Bookings are available 14 days in advance. Not sure where to begin? Box 90972. Whatever your next steps as a newly-minted Divinity graduate, you should know that Duke University Libraries is committed to your continued flourishing and intellectual engagement. This portal includes links to all the databases available for alumni access, and this is how you will engage them from now on. You may come at any time to pick up books that have been delivered to a locker; however, please note that access to campus is still restricted. The Divinity School Library is open by reservation only (follow this link to make a reservation). What about printing or scanning in the library? Visit the Duke Alumni Benefits page to learn more. HomeAboutAsk a LibrarianStudentsFacultyAlumniVisitorsMy Account. The Divinity Library will open again for onsite reservations in January. Visit this research guide for a comprehensive list of open access resources for the study of religion and theology. We do not currently have access to other Duke Libraries’ materials. Although we cannot yet welcome patrons back into the Divinity Library, we are committed to making it easy for you to access Divinity Library materials! (Our self-checkout station also has an iPad you can use, but we highly recommend using your own device.) GREEN boxes mean a seat is available. Duke’s ePrint system allows students to print from their own computer or other device to any campus printing station. Duke Divinity School Learning in the Service of God’s Call As the spiritual center of a great research university, Duke Divinity School forms innovative Christian leaders for the church and the world. Voting will take place in the main conference room. When making your selection of one or more chapters, please also make sure that the book is checked in and has a Divinity Library location. And some of you will want to spend every hour of every day in the library. Once you have OneLink set up, you can immediately access a trove of databases available to Duke alumni. Another Note: Many of these search instructions refer to a newspaper’s “ISSN”, which is a term you might not have heard before. Librarians will then set up your alumni account for borrowing print materials. Do not hand them to a librarian, and do not attempt to re-shelve them yourself. Once you have submitted your request, please allow a minimum of 72 hours for processing by Divinity Librarians. What about non-library, open access resources? Duke ePrint: the software for on-campus printing. Your local public library may have an interlibrary loan service for requesting journal articles that are not available locally; If you are an alumni or affiliate of a university, check with the institution to find out about alumni/affiliate library privileges; Library Information for Duke Divinity School Alumni This process will assign you a number that will be your new identity in Duke’s system. Divinity E-Reserves: Electronic versions of books required for Spring 2020 courses. What else do I get as a Duke graduate? Visit Duke Votes for information on registering to vote in your home state, voting in person, requesting an absentee ballot, and more. The Divinity School has three print stations: one in the Student Lounge area of the Gray Building, one inside the Divinity Library, and one just outside the Divinity Library’s main entrance (next to our lockers). Need help looking for online resources to support your research project? To use the self-checkout, install the “Duke Self-Checkout” app on your mobile device and log in with your Duke NetID and password. Use this email form to ask us anything: from factual inquiries about the library’s holdings and services, to citation verification, to selection and use of electronic databases and resources, to guidance on how to begin library research for a term paper or class project. Read more about the main university libraries’ plans for December, including hours and services. No problem! And we have good news for you! National attention had been riveted on the fundamentalist wing of Southern Christianity during the recent Scopes trial over the teaching of evolution in the public schools of Tennessee. Returned books will be moved to quarantine for 48 hours before they are checked in–so even after you return your books, they will stay listed as loans on your account for some time. Check out our tutorials and tips for offsite research, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions about electronic databases or other library resources that can support your work. Please read the Duke Wordpress Policies. How to Return your Library books: At this time, we ask that only graduating seniors who need to clear their library accounts return their books. Return to the Duke Divinity Library homepage and search the catalog. Please return items through the Divinity Library’s book drop, outside our main entrance. Learn more about ePrint, see instructions for installing ePrint on your computer, or learn more about mobile printing (including printing via email). All students will need to make a reservation in order to come into the Divinity Library. The Durham Herald-Sun or the Raleigh News & Observer are two good options. Prefer to vote by mail in NC? Dr. William Willimon, Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry, Duke Divinity School Wednesday, January 6 [Online] A Celebration of Epiphany [Online] A Celebration of Epiphany 01.06.21 Worship Guide: Sunday, January 3 [Online] University Worship [Online] University Worship 01.03.21 Sermon - Wait No More 01.03.21 Worship Guide Decisions about wearing face masks and other personal protective equipment, about strength and composition of sanitizing solution, about length of quarantine period for various materials, etc., are all based on extensive research and committee work conducted through Duke University Libraries and the Duke Health System. But we never view academic study as an intellectual exercise for its own sake. Here’s how it works: 2. Go straight to the source: librarians are still working offsite to answer your research questions and give you advice about where to find the sources you need. When can I visit the library? However, some library databases work better when the VPN is running in the background, creating a secure connection from your computer to Duke over a public network while you are working remotely. Duke Divinity School has been awarded a $125,000 federal grant for the Divinity School Library to continue its work in the Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection project. UPDATE: Yes, you can! Duke faculty, staff, and students may still request books for Library Take-out through the online catalog. New York Times: Use the embedded link or search ISSN 0362-4331. outside the Divinity Library’s main entrance. Note: When looking for newspaper and magazine issues/articles, often you’ll find you need to use our Online Journal Titles search. Temporary Service Changes. Early voting for the 2020 General Election starts Thursday, October 15, and will be open until Saturday, October 31. Right now our Booking system is weighted toward letting a lot of students spend a little bit of time in the Divinity Library. No. This summer, the Divinity Library is partnering with Duke University Libraries’ Document Delivery team to allow you to place scanning requests for Divinity materials. News Overview; Viewpoints; Divinity Magazine. The Divinity Library is closed to researchers per Yale Library and University COVID-19 guidance. From the menu on the left, select “New Request -> Chapter.”. There are several perks and discounts and other benefits that come with your Duke Alumni account! Give as much information as you can about the book/chapter(s) you are requesting. During your library reservation, consider making a scan from your mobile device: the Notes app on your iPhone or iPad has an integrated scanner; we also recommend Genius Scanner or Adobe Scan. During the month of December, all books requested for pickup at the Divinity Library will be available curbside, at Telcom Circle, behind the downstairs entrance to the Divinity School’s Westbrook Building. Divinity Library scanning machines will also be unavailable this semester. Duke Alumni are eligible for an evenings and weekends parking pass valid for certain Duke parking lots. Our seven degree programs help you answer God's call—wherever that call takes you. Alternatively, Duke’s Business and Law Libraries have committed to provide personal accounts for Duke community members for WSJ.com, the online edition of the Wall Street Journal (visit their FAQ page for information on how to register). E-mail Dr. Benjamin or use our Ask a Librarian form and we’d be happy to assist you! Go to the Divinity School Library Reservations page and select “Book a Seat.”. Learn more about software available through Duke at OIT’s software licensing page. Duke Divinity School Library, Durham, NC. Please do not move furniture when you are in the Divinity Library. page for electronic access to these textbooks. You must make a reservation in advance to visit the Divinity School Library. We will cover Duke’s Virtual Private Network, software available through Duke, ePrint/on-campus printers, self-checkout, and public computers and scanners. A bin is set up for book collection by the warehouse. That happened for YOU. Have you identified a print resource that would help your research, and wonder if it’s available as an electronic book? UPDATE: It is now possible to request Divinity items through the Duke Libraries catalog. Items can be requested from Perkins & Bostock Libraries, Lilly Library, Music Library, and the Library Service Center. You can submit a general email query, set up an appointment with a librarian, or request a purchase. Select the “America’s News (Duke University)” platform — be sure to select one where the date range ends with “to Present”! The Rev. When your scan is available, you will receive an email with a direct link to the PDF. Just how “contactless” is this contactless lending service? If you’re tired of hitting a paywall and hoping you can thumb through Duke Libraries’ edition of your favorite local, national, or international newspaper, check out our list below of major titles and advice on how to access them electronically. Duke faculty, staff, and students may still request books for Library Take-out through the online catalog.During the month of December, all books requested for pickup at the Divinity Library will be available curbside, at Telcom Circle, behind the downstairs entrance to the Divinity School’s Westbrook Building. If you want to reserve a seat in the library ASAP, there is a “Next Available” button. Titles below are listed in alphabetical order. Need to register to vote in NC? Please include the title and call number (highlighted below) for each book you are requesting. Can I request books for same-day pickup? The Divinity Library will have two computer stations available for students to use. Don’t worry about the numbers (Divinity Seat 1, etc.). Duke Libraries Takeout allows faculty, staff, and students to pick up books and other materials with minimal contact. We are committed to getting your requested books to you as soon as possible. The Founding of Duke Divinity School It was an inauspicious time to be launching a professional school in the South dedicated to the academic training of clergy. Read on for details about how to request books, how to pick them up, and how we’re keeping you safe throughout this process. The Baker Room and the Library Seminar Room will be unavailable as study spaces. Its own library holdings are particularly strong in the areas of Christianity in general and the … Return to the Duke Divinity Library homepage and search the catalog. Of course, you might be wondering, What about Divinity Library materials that are print-only, and don’t exist in an electronic format? This can be found in the library catalog record (if Duke already owns the print book) or on a book seller website like Powell’s or Amazon. We look forward to welcoming you to campus when this disruption has abated!). As the Divinity Library staff continues to work mostly offsite, we are carefully planning our return to campus and the safe delivery of library services to Divinity students, faculty, and staff, as well as our wider Duke and Durham communities. Duke Divinity School Library. You can use this program to print to any of Duke’s on-campus printers, which are located at the Bryan Center, the campus libraries, and most academic buildings. 3. The scan will also appear on the ILLiad menu, under “Electronically Received Articles”: We look forward to helping you continue to access the Divinity Library’s collection remotely. How to return your books — if you are not on campus: Outside of Durham: mail your books to Duke, You may return your library books through the mail. Where should I park when I come in to pick up books? Duke Divinity School Library is powered by WordPress at Duke WordPress Sites. We strive to cultivate a vibrant community through theological education on Scripture, engagement with the living Christian tradition, and attention to and reflection on The following changes are in place for patron accounts as we respond to Coronavirus. Get directions, reviews and information for Duke Divinity Library in Durham, NC. (So you can make a reservation for next Tuesday, but you cannot make a reservation for November. Yet.). Duke Divinity School’s mission is to engage in spiritually disciplined and academically rigorous education in service and witness to the Triune God in the midst of the church, the academy, and the world. Contact the Duke WordPress team. Library staff will email you with a locker number and combination after your books have been delivered. It’s a good way to differentiate between the bazillion newspapers that are just called “The Times”! The ISSN is the “International Standard Serial Number,” an eight-digit number that gives a unique identifier to all journals, magazines, newspapers, and other periodicals. the main university libraries’ plans for December, See more FAQ for voting by mail/absentee voting in North Carolina, using the 13 search strategies and databases, Divinity School Library Reservations page, Contactless Lending at the Divinity Library, Follow this link to the Divinity Titles Request form, How to Access the Latest News using Duke Libraries, Divinity Library Tips for Offsite Research, Searching HathiTrust – Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS), Searching Intelex Past Masters (Written tutorial), Quick-guide to Databases and Electronic Resources, Open Access Resources in Religious and Theological Studies, Digitized pre-1923 Books on Divinity Archive. Zoom allows us to share our screen, so we can also walk you through searches of databases or other resources we think will be helpful to your project! There will be no food or drink allowed in the library this semester (apart from water bottles). However, you may now use Library Takeout to request books from Divinity as well as other Duke Libraries. Please remember to practice social distancing, especially as you encounter Duke staff working at this facility. As the Divinity Library staff continues to work mostly offsite, we are carefully planning our return to campus and the safe delivery of library services to Divinity students, faculty, and staff, as well as our wider Duke and Durham communities. How printing is charged. We look forward to supporting your work at Duke Divinity School this year! Program courses, both online and on campus, are taught by the same Duke Divinity faculty who teach students pursuing a residential M.Div. We get it. Contact OIT with any questions. This guide aims to put all the links you need in one place. The Bryan Center parking garage is closest to the Divinity School building. If you are in the Divinity Library for a reservation, please return any books (whether you have checked them out or merely handled them in the library during your reservation) to the shelves and book carts that are labeled for book returns. Any of the platforms listed that include “to Present” in the date range will work — if you select the first, it will take you to a ProQuest-supported site that will let you expand by year and month so that you can select today’s date. The 2014-2015 LSTA Project Access & Digitization Grant will help fund the ongoing work of collecting, preserving, and providing digital access to the primary materials of religious bodies in North See this FAQ page for details on the DUL (Perkins/Bostock/Lilly/Music) take-out service. The Divinity Library is happy to offer a contactless lending service. I’m comfortable skipping the quarantine period and all these other extra steps. See the Center for Barth Studies’ FAQ page for more. But if you’re reading this, you’re probably aware that there are challenges associated with print and electronic subscriptions — not least that they generally cost money. Some of you will want to be regulars in the library on a particular day of the week, perhaps because you have multiple classes on campus that day. How to return your books — if you are on campus: You may return your books on campus, either at the external book drop at Perkins Library’s main entrance (off the quad) or at the Divinity Library. It is very difficult to sanitize shared technology. News & Observer (Raleigh): Use the embedded link or search the Duke Library catalog for the publication’s system ID, 004404962. Place your materials in a box clearly labeled on the outside with “Perkins Library, Attn: Access and Delivery Services”. If you arrive and depart within 30 minutes, you will not be charged. 411 Chapel Drive Durham, NC 27708 (919) 660-5870 Perkins Library Service Desk If you want to reserve a seat on a specific date, the “Go To Date” button will bring up a calendar, and you can select the date you want. Choose any platform that includes “to Present” in the date range; if you select “U.S. Reviewers give reference to exhibits about the library or to exhibits that express the mission of Duke Divinity School through art. Because of this, libraries across campus are limiting patron access to public computers and scanners. You may also return books at Telcom Circle during Library Take-out hours (look for the book cart). You can renew these loans up to 2 times online, logging into My Account with your OneLink number. From the many results, we recommend selecting “America’s News (Duke University).” This landing page will allow you to select from Recent Issues (including the current issue). Visit this page to request your pass and learn more. Once you’ve filled out your form, hit “Submit” at the bottom. Download and install the ePrint client software to your computer, or search your mobile device’s app store for the Pharos App to connect to Duke’s printers. Some of you need to escape noisy roommates or small children so that you can read or write for your classes. If you want to print anything at the library, you will need to purchase an eprint/copy card from Perkins Library. The Divinity School at Duke University is one of the thirteen theological schools of the United Methodist Church. And we have good news for you! More Duke Theses & Dissertations. Please obtain a tracking number for your package, and ship the books to, Within Durham: visit the Golden Warehouse. Durham, NC 27708 . The Atlantic: Use the embedded link or search Duke’s catalog using this publication’s ISSN 1072-7825. Please do not try to hand your books to a librarian. 644 likes. 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