Tyndale House’s Global Library Project

Tyndale House's Library Catalogue giving access to Global Library

An Update on the Global Library Project

Theology on the Web has been working with Tyndale House to expand the number of electronic resources it can offer via its Global Library Project. As I noted here, I have just completed scanning and uploading 22 of the British Academy’s Schweich Lectures on Biblical Archaeology which are in the Public Domain. These have now been integrated into the Tyndale House database (see here and use the “type of media” drop-down to select “e-books” and/or “e-journals”) so that the electronic version appears in the search for these titles. Several thousands of the journals articles which I host relating to Biblical Studies have also been added to this resource, so allowing scholars around the world the opportunity to benefit from the treasures contained in the library.

I hope to visit Cambridge again in early September to discuss the next stage of the digitisation project, of which I am only a part.

One thought on “Tyndale House’s Global Library Project

  1. The library doesn’t seem to be working very well yet. I got no results for a test query of “Psalm” and “Psalms”. Anything I missed? I also hope they will make the interface more accessible at one point.

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