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Moody Bible Institute's Library Services provides resources and services for the information needs of undergraduate, graduate and distance learning students—on campus and online—embracing access to resources through new technology while also supporting and developing traditional information formats, namely the continued development of book and print periodical collections.
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The Henry C. Crowell Library is located on the first and lower levels of The George Sweeting Center for World Evangelization, which was dedicated on April 28, 1992 and funded by the Henry Parsons Crowell and Susan Coleman Crowell Trust.
The Crowell Library holds approximately 216,318 items in about 12 collections, including Curriculum Lab and Juvenile Books, Main Stacks, Media/Music Library, Journals, Pamphlets and Clippings, Reference and Reserves.
The Crowell Library provides access to 77 electronic resource tools, including online indexes, catalogs, eBooks, eJournals, databases of reference material and scholarly articles. Some of the more popular resources include the following:
The Crowell Library maintains memberships with the following consortia: Christian Library Consortium (CLC), American Theological Library Association (ATLA) (including our local chapter Chicago Area Theological Library Association CATLA), and the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI).
Sweeting Center, Chicago(312) 329-4136Crowell Library Website firstname.lastname@example.org
The Moody Bible Institute–Spokane Library is located inside Fourth Memorial Church in Spokane, Washington. The library provides information services and resources essential for the academic needs of students and faculty.
The Moody Bible Institute–Spokane Library extends access to thousands of electronic resource tools, including online catalogs, eBooks, eJournals, databases with reference and scholarly materials. Some of the more popular resources include the following:
Students can access these by using their username and password.
Gonzaga University's Foley Center Library is located approximately one mile Fourth Memorial Church. Moody's contract allows students to check out books, CDs and videos using their student ID card. The library also provides limited electronic database use in-house with guest password. Visit Gonzaga's Foley Center Library website for library hours.
Moody Bible Institute–Spokane LibraryBiblical Studies Campus611 E. Indiana Ave.Spokane, WA 99207Spokane Library Website(509) email@example.com
With more than 75,000 books and 40,000 periodicals, the MTS–Michigan Library provides informational material to support the basic responsibilities of teaching, research and continuing education.
The MTS–Michigan Library provides access to 56 electronic resource tools, including online indexes, catalogs, eBooks, eJournals, databases of scholarly articles and reference material. Some of the more popular resources include the following:
MTS—Michigan Library41550 E. Ann Arbor TrailPlymouth, MI 48170(734) firstname.lastname@example.orgMTS Website
MTS—Michigan Library CatalogMTS—Michigan Library DatabasesScholar's Guide to the Library (web app)
The Crowell Library provides information services and resources to students and faculty engaged in off-campus and distance education courses. The library is committed to providing its users with the resources and services that are essential for their academic needs, regardless of distance or location. Visit the online library.
Moody Bible Institute Archives exists to collect, preserve and make accessible archival materials which record the life and times of Dwight Lyman Moody (Moodyana) and that illustrate the formation, organization and history of Moody Bible Institute. The archives is currently a part of the Crowell Library and is located on the lower level of the Sweeting Center for Evangelization on Moody's central campus in downtown Chicago.
Some notable holdings include records from Moody ministries (Moody Radio, Education, Moody Publishers, Today in the Word, etc.) and documents from significant events including the Civil War, Chicago fire, evangelistic campaigns in the U.S. and Europe, and biographical material of distinguished Christian witnesses (C.I. Scofield, Spurgeon and others).
Crowell Library ArchivesSweeting Center820 N LaSalle BlvdChicago, IL 60610Archives Website(312) email@example.com
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