Looking for ways to expand your own personal library? Are you graduating this semester? Come learn about how you can continue your research even if you are miles away from Atlanta after commencement. This workshop will show you how to access the resources available to you as Emory Alumni and offer tips on building your own theology library!
Be one of the first 10 people to register at pitts.emory.edu/ww by Friday, February 14th and enjoy a free lunch during the workshop! All sessions are located in RARB 250 and are free/open to the public.
Congratulations to all of the 2019 Emory graduates! Remember that your Emory Alumni/ae privileges extend past your time here on campus! Emory alums not only enjoy traditional borrowing privileges, but also remote access to digital tools that will help you in future studies, ministry, and more! Visit pitts.emory.edu/alums to find out how you can continue using ATLA, Hermeneia commentaries, and other resources post-commencement.
The staff of Pitts Theology Library would like to congratulate all 2015 Emory graduates for your accomplishments! We’d also like to remind you that you can continue to access the ATLA Religion database and a few other select databases by signing up for an account with the Emory Alumni Association. If you will be in the Atlanta area and wish to continue to borrow books from Pitts Theology Library and Woodruff Library, you can do so by purchasing an alumni card from the EmoryCard office in the B. Jones Building ($10 for 2 years) and then setting up local alumni borrowing privileges, which permit you to check out up to 25 books for one month at a time. If you have questions about alumni library privileges please contact the Pitts Theology Library Reference Desk. We invite you to have a look at the Alumni Resources Research Guide for additional resources, and to let us know about others that you think should be added.