As a student of St Cyrils, you have access to eBooks and journal articles through the Moodle using your username and password.
ATLA Religion Database (ATLA RDB) is an index of academic journal articles, essays and book reviews related to a wide range of scholarly fields related to religion.
eBook Religion Collection features eBooks from a variety of distinguished academic, university and religious publishers. The compilation of texts covers a broad range of religious subjects.
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If you are a resident of NSW you have access to a variety of eresources through the State Library NSW. You can sign up for a library card or register your public library card to access journal articles through Academic Source Complete, and Proquest databases.
Directory of Open Access Journals
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is an online directory that provides access to open access, peer- reviewed journals. Titles include the International Journal of Orthodox Theology (IJOT) and the Journal of Analytic Theology, and New Theology Review.
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Welcome to the library
St Cyril’s is located in Sydney, Australia.
Our opening hours outside of class times are by appointment. If you have any queries or questions, please don’t hesitate to contact or visit us, or simply send a message directly.
As a Member Institution (MI) of the Sydney College of Divinity (SCD), all students of St Cyril’s have access to the library catalogues of all other MI’s of the SCD. The SCD Common Portal brings together all of these libraries into one searchable online library catalogue. Please contact St Cyril’s librarian for Inter-Library loans should you find a resource at one of these other MI’s. Alternatively, you may physically visit that particular library and borrow the item using your St Cyril’s student card.
How to use the SCD Common Library Portalhttp://scdcat.vdxhost.com/scd/
Navigate to either Standard Search or Advanced Search. You may select any or all of the SCD Member Institutions’ libraries through the ‘Searchable Collections’ tab.