New library registration forms available

We are no longer the library of the United Faculty of Theology, as the UFT closed its doors at the end of 2014. We welcome students and staff from Pilgrim Theological College and Trinity College Theological College, from the wider University of Divinity community, and all our borrowers that are unconnected with these bodies.

We are in the process of reviewing the library web site to suit the change in conditions. In the meantime, new prospective borrowers should fill in and return one of these forms if they wish to heave access the the DML's resources:

If you are unsure which form to use, please contact library staff on 93408888 or


The Dalton McCaughey Library catalogue is now available through the free SirsiDynix smartphone application BookMyne (available from the Apple App Store and from the Google Play Store).

BookMyne allows borrowers to search for books, add them to lists, request for books to be put aside (place holds) and renew existing loans.

Once you install BookMyne on your smartphone, it is very easy to add the Dalton McCaughey Library as one of your libraries.

Library Summer Hours

From Monday 17th November until Friday 19th December the library will go back to non-semester opening hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday only.

The library will be closed for the Christmas break from Monday 22nd December until Friday 9th January.

Library hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm will continue from Monday 12th January until Friday 20th February.

The library will be closed for the Australia Day holiday on Monday 26th January.

Extended hours will resume at the start of first semester 2015, on Monday 23rd February. Saturday hours will be announced early in first semester 2015.

Digital Karl Barth Library

The library has just purchased access to the Digital Karl Barth Library, through Alexander Street Press.
From the project home page,

"The current release features the English translation of Barth's magnum opus, The Church Dogmatics, in its entirety. The original German version, Die kirchliche Dogmatik, is also included as are the first 45 volumes of Barth's Gesamtausgabe, which includes hundreds of letters, sermons, lectures, conversations, and academic writings. These volumes are supplemented by seven additional German works that have not yet been published as part of the Gesamtausgabe and English translations of thirteen important texts by Barth."

DML users can access the Digital Karl Barth Library by clicking here.


DML has arranged a trial of JSTOR, a very large digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources that DML could subscribe to. The trial runs until the end of November.

Click here for an information sheet on how to use JSTOR.

Access the trial here. (From outside the library you will need to be able to pass through DML’s login screen.)

Develop your searches by putting some of the rules published here into effect.

Please send feedback on your view of the usefulness of JSTOR to Stephen ( Any feedback will be useful.



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