December 28th marks the 120th anniversary of the death of James P. Boyce. In honor of this occasion, the Archives and Special Collections of the James P. Boyce Centennial Library is currently displaying an exhibit entitled, “James P. Boyce as Seminary Librarian”. The exhibit includes the two-volume catalog of Dr. Boyce’s personal library, as well as representative materials from the his personal library that he bequeathed to the seminary. The exhibit will be on display until March 10, 2009, and is available for viewing from 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday in the Billy Graham Room on the second floor of the library.
We are happy to announce that our patrons now can use our catalog for Z39.50 searching. If you use reference management software (such as Sente or Bookends), you can now add resources to your reference libraries directly from the SBTS catalog. The settings needed to access the catalog through reference management software are:
In the future, we plan to add more searchable fields to expand your research options through the seminary library. We hope this new capability assists you in your research endeavors for the glory of Christ.
The staff of the James P. Boyce Centennial Library would like to announce a symbolic milestone of historical significance for our institution, the acquisition of its one millionth item. The library’s one millionth item is Dr. R. Albert Mohler’s new book on preaching, He Is Not Silent. The announcement concerning the reception of the one millionth item occurred during Tuesday’s chapel as the seminary community celebrated Heritage Week. Please join with us in celebrating this momentous occasion in the history of the seminary and the library.