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CSU Library & St Mark’s National Theological Library

CSU Library & St Mark’s National Theological Library

This information is for St Barnabas College academic staff, adjunct staff and students enrolled in a CSU School of Theology degree.  If you belong to one of these categories you have access to both online electronic resources and borrowing rights from Charles Sturt University and St Mark’s National Theological Library in Canberra.

E-resources

To access CSU’s electronic resources, you will need your Interact2 login username and password.

Visit the CSU library page and use Primo Search  to begin your search online for e-books and journal articles.

St Mark’s library can also be searched via the Primo Search , or directly from the St Mark’s library website. In Primo, just refine your search to limit just to St Mark’s library.

Prescribed textbooks        

Check the SBC catalogue for a copy of the prescribed textbook. The library aims to keep a copy  in the library on the Reserve-Library use only shelf.

To find course textbooks at CSU use Primo Search or for help on this visit Find Your Readings

Looking to buy or sell textbooks? A second hand Book Exchange is also available from St Mark’s website.  Registration is required to buy or sell.

Training Videos & Tutorials

CSU Library online workshops.

CSU Library online tutorials & videos.

For assistance on finding suitable theology resources, visit the Theology and Religious Studies library guide.

 

Borrowing from CSU Library or St Mark’s for the first time?

Register Online for your CSU card

Important! To request books or scanned copies, you must have your CSU card.

Visit  CSU  for more information on ordering you card. If you cannot locate a book you really need in Adelaide, you can place a hold on the book through Primo (CSU Catalogue).

Ensure that you email your current address details. When you receive your loans by post, students will also receive a Reply Paid postage sticker with the book/s for return to St Marks.

Borrowing from CSU or St Mark’s also means adhering to the library policies and fines may apply for overdue items. More information can be found on the St Mark’s Library Help page and the CSU Avoiding Fines page.

If you need help with finding resources or have other library questions, contact Katrina at the St Barnabas Library.

 

 

 

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