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A. R. Reddin Memorial Library Campus/Online

Welcome to the A.R. Reddin Memorial Library page!

Southeastern Baptist College exist to glorify God by providing quality post-secondary education from a Biblical world view in a Christian atmosphere, thereby developing Christian growth in students and preparing them for service in the Kingdom of God. The college attempts to maintain a high level of academic excellence, insuring that the work of its students will be valuable in the eyes of the academic and professional world.

Within this context, the primary goal of the A.R. Reddin Memorial Library is to provide library services that support the college’s curriculum and to fulfill the information needs of the students, faculty, staff, and administration through the building and maintaining of a vital collection of library materials and resources.

Library History

The Southeaster Baptist College library was named the A.R. Reddin Memorial Library in July, 1976, after the former college president. The present library building was built and first occupied in 1993. Along with resource materials belonging to Southeastern, the A.R. Reddin Memorial Library houses the Baptist Missionary Association of Mississippi History and Archives Room.

Hours

The campus library is a managed/closed stacks library.  Materials may be used on campus or checked out through appointment with the librarian only.  Please contact the librarian via email:  ahinton@southeasternbaptist.edu.

*Students and faculty members are welcome to make appointments to use the library for course work/research. Please contact the Librarian to make an appointment.

Summer Hours: Officially closed, but appointments can be made (by students and faculty) with the librarian for access to the library.

Library Policies

Library Policy Manual

Internet Access Policy Manual

Circulation & Fines

Materials may be checked out for a two-week period and may be renewed, provided no fine is due; there is no limit to how many books a student may check out. The following policy pertains to check-out time periods and overdue fines:

  • Regular Books (two weeks): 10 cents per day
  • Reference books & Periodicals: These may not be checked out.

*Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays ARE included when computing fines.

*Please return all library materials to the administration building front desk.

 

Contact the Librarian

Amy Hinton, MLIS
4229 Highway 15 North
Laurel, MS 39440
601-426-6346
ahinton@southeasternbaptist.edu

 

Library Resources

Use the links below to access the online resources that are available to students and visitors.

Online Course Catalog

 

Other Resources

Association of Christian Librarians Institutions – Reciprocal Borrowing Program

Reciprocal borrowing is a voluntary program whereby participating ACL institutions extend in-person borrowing privileges to authorized patrons for other ACL institutions.  Through this cooperative agreement, SBC students can have access to the physical collections of the other participating institutions, and their students can have access to our physical collection.

 

Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary Resource

As our sister Missionary Baptist Institution, all SBC students have access to the BMA Seminary’s library resources. Please visit their website and take advantage of their online resources, including helpful “libguides”. Browse their online catalog; if you find a book(s) you would like to use, see the SBC librarian to make an Interlibrary Loan request. (For details on how the Interlibrary Loan process works, please read our ILL Agreement with Seminary

Arthur W. Pink Collection

Southeastern Baptist College has acquired permission to use the Arthur W. Pink writings and acquired digital copies of much of his work. We are grateful to those who have given us permission to use these resources.

The following web page is another resource for the Arthur W. Pink Collections as well as others. Use the link below to access the Arthur W. Pink Collection at Eternal Life Ministries. Be sure to check out all the other resources included on that website. Click Here to Visit

 

The Online Bible North America

From this page you can access free downloads of The Online Bible starter pack plus modules that add to the features of the Starter Pack. You may also purchase the full version of the software. Click Here to Visit

 

The Graduate School Index and Guide

From this page you can access information to help you determine the right Graduate School for you. Included on this page are links to some education index resources that allow you to search for specific online and traditional campus colleges from all over the USA that can help you to obtain access to both Master’s and PhD programs.

PhDS.org – In order to help students find the right program, the PhDS.org Graduate School Guide is a comprehensive directory of schools and programs in the nation. Whether you’re looking for an Associates program or a PhD program, PhDS.org has compiled it all together in an easy-to-use, intuitive tool for you.

OEDb.org – Open Education Database is the most comprehensive collection of online college rankings and free courses anywhere online. We welcome learners of all levels to explore their interests and prepare for exciting new careers, build on existing foundations of education and experience, or just satisfy a craving to learn something completely new.

 

SBC Library Information Literacy Instruction Page

The links below provide you with a tutorial on the Dewey Decimal System that is used by most small libraries and also some useful tips and techniques to help with your research projects. Please feel free share these pages with  your fellow classmates, family, and friends at your church.

Southeastern Baptist College Library is not just a resource for our students. We desire to serve GOD by being a service to our Christian Community. Click here for more Information

 

SBC Library Research Tips and Techniques

Visit this link for help

 

SBC Library List of Free Religious Journal Resources

FREE Religious Journal Resources:

Titles related to Biblical, religious, and theological studies that have their full-text content available online at various retailers—

Affirmation & Critique
American Journal of Biblical Theology
Answers in Genesis
Baptist History & Heritage
Biblical Theology Research
Campus Life
Christian Ethics Today
Christian History & Biography
Christian History Magazine
Christian Perspectives in Education
Christian Research Journal
Christianity & Literature
Christianity Today
Church History
Credenda
Currents in Theology & Mission
Decision Magazine
Doxology: A Journal of Worship
Electronic Journal of Business Ethics & Organization Studies
Encounter
Greek, Roman, & Byzantium Studies
Hebrew Studies Journal
History of Religions
Journal of Biblical Manhood & Womanhood
Journal of Interdisciplinary Research on Religion & Science
Journal of Biblical Perspectives in Leadership
Journal of Church & State
Journal of Culture & Religion
Journal of Hebrew Scripture
Journal of Pastoral Counseling
Journal of Psychology & Christianity
Journal of Philosophy & Scripture
Journal of Psychology & Theology
Journal of Religion & Popular Culture
Journal of Religion & Society
Kairos: Evangelical Journal of Theology
Leadership: A Practical Journal for Religious Leaders
Literature & Theology
Perspectives on Science & Christian Faith
Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought
Review of Biblical Literature
Scripture Studies
Sojourners Magazine
The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology
Theological Studies
Youth Worker

 

The JSTOR.ORG Resource

From this page you can access Library Resource materials such as Journals, Primary Resources, and Books through the JSTOR.org website. You will not be able to login to JSTOR through a Southeastern Baptist College account. There are a lot of free resources available for access but it will be necessary to create an individual account with jstor to access the free resources.

Follow this link to access the JSTOR login page

and create your individual account and access the free library resources.

The DOAJ(Directory of Open Access Journals)

The DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) was launched in 2003 with 300 open access journals. Today, this independent database contains over 16 500 peer-reviewed open access journals covering all areas of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts and humanities. Open access journals from all countries and in all languages are welcome to apply for inclusion.

Follow this link to access Directory of Open Access Journals – DOAJ