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Contact Information

Bethel University Library

3900 Campus Location: HC level 3

Check Out Desk: 651.638.6222 (800.255.8706, ext. 6222)
Reference/  / library@bethel.edu 

Research Assistance Desk: 651.638.6224 (800.255.8706, ext. 6224)NOTE:   / refdesk@bethel.edu 


Note
Students need a current Bethel ID card and active registration to check out library items

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Information on theThe Bethel University Library website includes:

  • Over 150 databases in every subject field
  • Access to over 45,000 periodicals full text online
  • Information about 2,000,000+ volumes from 13 libraries available through the Library’s shared catalog, CLICnet, which can be requested online
  • 20,400+ electronic books
  • Online forms for requesting books and articles from other libraries
  • Information about the library and its hours, services, policies, resources, and more

Additional Library Info:

childrenLibrary web page provides information about the Library and its hours, resources, services, policies, and more.  

Resources

  • Books, eBooks, audiobooks, scores
  • Print journals, eJournals/articles, newspapers
  • Videos (Streaming and DVD), music (CDs and LPs)
  • Research databases in a variety of subject fields
  • Citation manager tool (RefWorks)

Services

  • Research Assistance 
    • Research Librarians assist with locating information, using databases and other research tools, citing information sources, and more
    • Individual research consultations
    • Online research guides
  • Check Out Desk
    • Equipment check out (e.g., laptops, cameras, video & audio recorders)
    • Lamination services
    • Mail materials to students in the College of Adult & Professional Studies, Seminary and Graduate School
    • Pick up and drop off library items at Anderson Center
  • Interlibrary Loan —  Request items from other libraries
  • Wireless network
  • Largest computer lab on campus for research and class work
  • Study space — Individual and group study rooms, study tables, comfortable seating
  • Copiers/printers/scanners
  • Makerspace — Flexible, creative place with tools and technology for hands-on learning, collaboration, and experimentation (e.g., media creation, 3D printing)