PMIN 5553: Practical Theology
Guide to Library Resources
Welcome to the Steelman Library course guide for the Practical Theology online graduate course!
This course guide consists of tutorial videos and information for learning how to access and use library resources as an online student. This guide also highlights library resources that are recommended for this particular course. Steelman Library at Southeastern University offers a wide variety of print and electronic research materials as well as research and citation assistance for online students. Our religion librarian, Rev. Glenn Pearl, is available to answer questions and assist you with finding specific religion resources. He may be contacted via phone or email.
Library Resources for Online Students
Though you may not be on our physical campus, you still have access to Southeastern University's library resources: books (print and electronic), research databases, journal articles, librarian assistance, and more. Make sure you read the special privileges for online students listed below. On this course guide will find links that will provide access to the library services and materials you need for this course.
As an online student, you have extra privileges that on-campus students do not have. Please refer to the Borrowing Policies and link to our online Materials Request form to learn more about how to access library materials as a distance student.
If you are an online student and unable to visit the physical library, you can request books to be sent to your home. Journal articles and eBooks are also available using the library's databases. Print books can be checked our for 2 weeks.
All requests for library materials (print journal articles, book chapters, print books) can be submitted using the online form HERE.
For questions regarding library materials requests, please email email@example.com.
NOTE: Please be sure you include as much information as possible when submitting your request, including: student ID number, your degree program, title of book/journal, author, and publication date. (For journal articles, please include both the title of the journal as well as the title of the article.)
After processing your request, the library will email the information you've requested. Physical books will be mailed to you.
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