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Library Catalogs of immediate importance to NYTS student:
CLIO: Columbia University Libraries online Catalog Catalog of the Columbia Libraries, including the Burke Library. The Columbia Library contains a full range of bibliographic databases and on-line journals. On-line resources are accessible at any of the Columbia Libraries, but are not accessible at home.
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 closest to the seminary 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.
Library of Congress Online catalog: An important resource for checking citations, since all books printed in the US are in the collection.
Healthcare Chaplaincy Library Onine catalog: The Library of the Healthcare Chaplaincy 307 E 60th Street. A small but important collection of journals and books on or about Chaplaincy. NYTS students have access and check out rights.
Interchurch Center Library Catalog: The Ecumenical Library, located on the 9th floor of The Interchurch Center, serves the bibliographic needs of the Center’s diverse tenancy. The Library also loans books, through formal interlibrary loan procedures, to patrons of other libraries. Researchers unaffiliated with tenant organizations, who have legitimate need of the Library’s specialized resources, are welcome by appointment. Please call 212-870-3804 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.