The Carroll Library is a graduate academic electronic library that provides immediate access for a global community of learners to a comprehensive library of the Christian faith. The library is accessed through the NexLearn system and includes periodical databases (such as ATLAS and ERIC), e-book databases (such as Questia), reference databases (from Oxford and Cambridge), and handpicked websites (such as our Google Book and Online Resources collections). The Library also participates in OCLC Resource Sharing for InterLibrary Loan.
From the Librarian – Don Day
Now, as to the question, “Which NexLearn resource specializes to theological electronic books published before 1923?
The Bhctilibrary Wiki’s answer is here. The link to “Seminary Library” is under the new name of “Books.logos.com.” Books.Logos.com has the advantage of being a searchable/viewable source outside NexLearn, too.
The Bhctilibrary Wiki is intended to show B. H. Carroll Theological Institute library users how to access, search, and troubleshoot the Carroll Library available in NexLearn (and elsewhere). Peruse the list of topics on the wiki page and choose a topic to learn how to access, search, or research with a specific NexLearn resource.
A very helpful topic to those who are writing a paper or thesis is “DD’s notes on Turabian”
Be looking for more helpful tips in the future!