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University of Divinity Library Hub

E-books and Journal Articles

University of Divinity (UD) enrolled students have access to electronic resources via the UD’s Library Hub 

Access e-resources remotely with your ARK login credentials.  Students receive login details as part of the enrolment process.

Educators must contact the St Barnabas administrator by email to organise login access. Email  

Print Resources

Library Hub – World Management Share (WMS)
UD’s Library Hub is powered by WMS which enables all users to search the print resources of  libraries which contribute to the shared catalogue.

All non-WMS libraries require you to search their individual library catalogues to check holdings and availability of resources.

A list of the libraries which contribute to the Library Hub shared catalogue can be accessed here

As St Barnabas College (SBC) library is a non-WMS library, to find print books held at St Barnabas College, you will need to search the St Barnabas College Library Catalogue

To Borrow from SBC Library

All students and staff must register for a library card.

To register, visit the St Barnabas College Library Catalogue and use the Register button in the right hand corner to access and fill in the online registration form.

You will be notified by email once your card is available for collection.

Can I borrow books from another library?
Yes, University of Divinity current students and staff can borrow from other partner colleges in South Australia by  visiting the library in person with your University of Divinity student card.

St Barnabas College staff and students, can borrow from the Adelaide Theological Library at Brooklyn Park and LOHE, the Australian Lutheran College library located at North Adelaide.

If you would like to borrow a book from a partner college located interstate, please contact the St Barnabas College library 

Read Shared Library Services FAQ’s

Obtain a University of Divinity card
 Send a request with a JPEG passport style photograph to 

Students studying with other UD member colleges
Students studying at UD member colleges in SA will need to visit SBC library in person to register for borrowing rights.

Interstate post-graduate students and staff  of UD member colleges must place requests via their home library.


Additional UD Library Hub  Resources

Subject Library Guides
Library Hub Orientation
Library Essentials
How To Videos

If you need help using UD resources, contact Katrina in the library by email




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