The James P. Boyce Centennial Library recently released a Microsoft Word template for dissertations to help ease the dissertation creation process for doctoral students at SBTS. In an effort to improve the template, we have just released a new version that includes built in styles for properly formatting Greek and Hebrew Unicode text. Using these styles will help ensure consistency in SBTS dissertations and will aid students in being able to quickly change fonts for their entire dissertation. We strongly encourage all students to use these styles as they format their dissertations.
The template can be downloaded from the Boyce Digital Library (http://hdl.handle.net/10392/2951). Any further updates to the template will be available at the same link.
The James P. Boyce Centennial Library is now pleased to provide a simplified way for SBTS students, faculty, and staff to access our online resources. These new usernames and passwords for access to our proprietary databases and to library patron accounts is an optional alternative to the existing system. You may now access our databases (such as ATLA) or log-in to your library account (to renew books online) by using:
Reasons for logging-in include off-campus access to any of our dozens of research databases and their full-text content, utilizing the library’s “Search All Resources” option to search multiple databases simultaneously, and subsequently saving these searches for future reference. You must also sign-in to renew your books online.
We hope this simplification is helpful to you as you continue your research.
We are pleased to announce that the research workshops for the Fall semester of 2011 have been scheduled. Most of these workshops are available as either traditional on-site workshops or as online webinars. More information, dates, and online registration are on the Workshops page: library.sbts.edu/workshops. This semester’s workshop topics are: