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Library Hub Guide

A guide to help you navigate the Library Hub.

Searching

The “Everything” search enables you to search across all University of Divinity library collections. This includes all of the Library Hub’s electronic resources as well as the print holdings of University of Divinity Libraries. All students, staff and other members of the University are entitled to access these resources and borrow from these libraries.

By using the filters on the left you can limit your search results to a single library, or expand it to include University of Divinity Libraries, Victorian Libraries, or Libraries Worldwide. This search functionality is based on WorldCat, the world’s most comprehensive library database, enabling users to identify resources held in library collections around the world.


The Library Hub incorporates a search bar similar to Google and a search will look for keywords across each of the databases available to Library Hub users.

Select Discover articles and more to search for journal articles and other material such as maps, pictures and historical data.

Select Discover books and eBooks to search for print books and eBooks held by University of Divinity Libraries.

Both systems use natural language, so any combination of author, title, publisher, dates and subjects may be used as part of the search. Use inverted commas if you want to search for a particular phrase, e.g. “Christian meditation”

If prompted for a password, use your ARK credentials to login.

The Library Hub incorporates a search bar similar to Google and a search will look for keywords across each of the databases available to Library Hub users.

Select Discover books and eBooks to search for print books and eBooks held by University of Divinity Libraries.

 

Select Discover articles and more to search for journal articles and other material such as maps, pictures and historical data.

Both systems use natural language, so any combination of author, title, publisher, dates and subjects may be used as part of the search. Use inverted commas if you want to search for a particular phrase, e.g. “Christian meditation”

If prompted for a password, use your ARK credentials to login.