What's new in the library


Grace Library is happy to welcome the new Executive Director of the Library and Learning Commons, Michael B. Jones, Ph. D., to Carlow University! 


Now you can search once and be done with your research! Grace Library now features "Library Search" which is similar to Google. Enter in your search terms (keywords, title, author, etc.) and it will magically search all of the library's resources including articles and books. 


This new, full-text database from EBSCO provides a broad spectrum of information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and time-frames. 


Great news on the library front – Grace Library now subscribes to JSTOR! The library recently acquired the Arts & Sciences I Collection which focuses on key fields in the humanities and social sciences including sociology, political science, economics, philosophy, mathematics, biology, and statistics. There are over 1 million full text articles now available to you! To access JSTOR, go to the library’s webpage, select Find Articles, and scroll down until you see JSTOR.


Grace Library recently acquired the Theology & Biblical Studies Collection from SAGE. This collection contains 25 peer-reviewed journals, encompassing over 33,000 articles. Journals included are:

• The Bible Translator
• Biblical Theology Bulletin
• Christianity & Literature
• Critical Research on Religion
• Currents in Biblical Research
• Expository Times
• Feminist Theology
• International Journal of Christianity & Education
• Interpretation
• Irish Theological Quarterly
• Journal for the Study of the New Testament
• Journal for the Study of the Old Testament
• Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha
• Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling
• Missiology
• Pacifica
• Review & Expositor
• Social Compass
• Studies in Christian Ethics
• Studies in Religion
• Theological Studies
• Theology
• Theology Today
• Transformation

To access these journals, please search for them in the Journal Finder located under the “Find Articles, Journals, and Videos” section of the library’s webpage. 


The library improved its services to off-campus students for finding articles. Say good bye to the off-campus buttons. Now everyone uses the same list of databases on the library’s website to do research and access articles. The list of databases looks a little different and they are in alphabetical order but they can be narrowed down by subject. If you are not on campus and select a specific database to use, you will still be required to login using your Carlow active username and password but it will automatically redirect you to the search screen of the database. 

To search a database, go to the library’s website and click on the “Find Articles, Journals, and Videos” box. Select the “Find Articles” link to see a list of databases that you have access to.

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What if we don't have something you need?

Grace Library is always seeking suggestions for ways we can improve and expand our resources.