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CLIO: Columbia University Libraries online Catalog Catalog of the Columbia Libraries, including the Burke Library. The library card is valid for the academic year and must be renewed at the beginning of each school year. To utilize Library In-House resources, you must first Activate your UNI account. Your UNI is a 6 digit number beginning with your initials and will be given to you at the time that you get your Columbia Library card at the Library Information Office in the Butler Library on the Columbia Campus. Be sure to write down the password and the answers to the security questions you will be asked during activation. Note: The UNI does not give you access to Columbia On-line resources home.
After activation, you can also add printer dollars to your account to be able to print in any of the Columbia Libraries.
The New York Public Library catalog All NYTS students are eligible for a NYTS library card which can be obtained at any NYPL Branch or Research Library. (The branch closest to the seminary offices is at 113th and Broadway.) The card provides access to both the Branch and the Research Libraries. The library provides a full range of online databases, such as ATLA, which can be accessed at home.
New York Theological Seminary DMin Archives. This catalog contains Doctor of Ministry Projects from 1976 to the Present. For information about projects, contact the Director of Library Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCLC WorldCat: The World’s Largest Library Catalog. This resource is excellent for checking Citation Informatin.
Library of Congress Online catalog: An important resource for checking citations, since all books printed in the US are in the collection.
The Ecumenical Library, located on the 2nd floor of The Interchurch Center, serves the bibliographic needs of the Center’s diverse tenancy. Tracy Deluca Librarian email@example.com.