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Collections of the JKM Library
The following collections comprise the bibliographic resources of the JKM Library:
Stacks: shelved on the second and third floors of JKM west, the stacks comprise the vast percentage of the circulating book collection. Periodicals (in both hardcopy and microformat) are intershelved among the books but do not circulate.
Dissertations: comprised of Ph.D./Th.D dissertations and doctor of ministry project-theses, dissertations are shelved on the third floor of JKM west and do not circulate. Copies of most Ph.D. disserations completed at LSTC are available for purchase through the Dissertation Express service of UMI/ProQuest.
EPRC (Educational Practices Resource Collection): located at the north end of the second floor of the LSTC west wing, the EPRC comprises books, curricula, and multimedia of a programmatic nature. Please note that while the catalog indicates that dvds are shelved in the EPRC, they are available for checkout in JKM east.
Reference: shelved in JKM east, the reference collection comprises encyclopedias, dictionaries, complete sets of biblical commentaries, concordances, and other reliable resources for research. In order that such materials may be available to all, reference materials do not circulate.
Reserve: Shelved behind the circulation desk of JKM east, materials on reserve circulate for a instructor-designated period of time. Faculty should contact Barry C. Hopkins, Associate Librarian for Public Services, by email at email@example.com to place materials on reserve or if they have questions about reserve lists.
Archives and rare book collections of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and McCormick Theological Seminary
McCormick and LSTC archives and rare book collections are not part of the JKM Library. Information about the rare book collections of LSTC is available here. Individuals interested in McCormick's rare book collection should contact the Newberry Library.