Welcome from the Librarian

It is my pleasure as James Lenox Librarian to welcome you to this podcast series of the Princeton Theological Seminary Library. The intent of this series is to make audio and video files available that will bring the Library closer to you and enrich your virtual library experience. Podcasts will feature events, resources, and individuals from the Library and the academy offering instruction, commentary, and discussion that we hope will enhance your life and work.

Donald M. Vorp, James Lenox Librarian, Princeton Theological Seminary Library

Princeton Theological Seminary Library Podcasts
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screen capture of a slide from Greg Murray's presentation

  Building the Theological Commons
"[T]he Theological Commons represents a blending of the aims and methods of mass digitization with the informed curation and accurate resource description that are the hallmarks of librarianship...[working] to achieve a balance that maximizes the reach and usefulness of these digital resources for research and ministry."

Running time: 00:21:00

screen capture of the Library Website

  Welcome to the Library Website
A brief introduction to resources and services accessible from the Princeton Theological Seminary Library’s website

Running time: 00:02:28

screen capture of the Ministry Matters website

  Access Preaching Resources
A brief introduction to the free preaching resources on the Princeton Theological Seminary Library’s website

Running time: 00:03:28

photo of Princeton Seminary graduates

  Database Access for PTS Alumni/ae
A brief introduction to the research databases for which Princeton Theological Seminary Library has purchased alumni/ae access

Running time: 00:02:30

 photo of Dr. Karlfried Froehlich

  Adventures in the Seminary Library Land
Dr. Karlfried Froehlich, Benjamin B. Warfield Professor of Ecclesiastical History Emeritus, offers a tribute to Princeton Theological Seminary Library in a lecture given during Theological Libraries Month, October 2013.

Running time: 00:55:15