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Wednesday, June 16 • 12:15pm - 12:45pm
The Unique Contributions of the Theological Librarian in Campus-Wide Programs of Faith Integration (On Demand)

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Many Christian colleges and universities have academic programs which emphasize “faith and learning” or “faith integration.” Campuses vary in their requirements, but many tie a formal written paper into the faculty advancement process. The religious or theological studies librarian can have a unique role in assisting faculty across the disciplines to develop a better awareness of theological writings and resources that might reflect concepts within their discipline. This session will highlight the work that has been done at Azusa Pacific University – including resource instruction in new faculty workshops, one-on-one mentoring of faculty colleagues, development of a research collection, integrative coursework, and monthly reading groups. The session will conclude with an opportunity to share ideas and resources to strengthen these programs at our campuses with one another.

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Elizabeth Leahy

Professor, Theological Bibliography and Research, Azusa Pacific Seminary, Azusa Pacific University
Hi - I'm interested in the integration of faith and learning, theological collections development, and special collections/archives. 

Wednesday June 16, 2021 12:15pm - 12:45pm CDT