Phillips Library provides a broad range of online and print resources to the Phillips community, and our services are tailored to meet the research needs of everyone—those who live locally as well as distance learners. Below you will find information about library services for Phillips master’s and doctoral students, special collections for Disciples of Christ students, and information about accessing the catalog, research databases, and electronic books.
Accessing the Library Guides
Access the Phillips Students and Faculty Library Guides by using your Single Sign-On credentials. If you are not signed in, clicking on a guide will direct you to the SSO login screen, and once you are signed in you will be automatically directed back to the guide.
Library Services for Students and Faculty
Online Resources for Students and Faculty
This guide provides quick access to all of the subscription databases available through the Phillips Library. Each guide tab contains information on the database and an access link.
These databases are the “red lock” () ones in the A-Z Database List and require logging in with your SSO credentials to access. Any database with a green lock icon () is open to all users and does not require signing in.
DMin Student Resources
Looking for information on resources available to DMin Students? Check out our DMin Resources Guide. In it you’ll find the project formatting guidelines and DMin Handbook, Turabian and Phillips Style information, and research methodology and demographic resources.
The Phillips Library now has 20 DMin Projects available to be viewed in their entirety online. You can find these projects in our DMin Projects Digital Collection.
Disciples of Christ Student Resources
Library resources for Disciples of Christ students includes digital access to DoC Journal Indexes in our Disciples of Christ Indexes Guide and some journals in full-text, as well as an extensive research topic guide curated by Dr. Lisa Barnett.
The Stone Campbell Journal hosts an annual conference and student paper competition. Students interested in participating in the competition can find information on competition topics and rules, and formatting and submission guidelines in the Stone Campbell Journal Student Paper Competition Guide.
The Library has almost 2000 ebooks in our collection that you can access 24/7 from off-campus! Our ebook collection is comprised of books from 4 different providers – JSTOR, ProQuest, EBSCO, and Oxford University Press. The Electronic Books Guide provides information on how to access our ebooks, and the different printing and downloading guidelines for each provider.
If the Phillips Library doesn’t have a resource (book, journal article, DVD, etc.) that you need, we will borrow the item from another library. You can use our ILL Request form to submit your Interlibrary Loan Request.
If you live outside of Tulsa, we will mail the items to you with no charge. Please allow sufficient time for us to receive and mail the items. When you finish using ILL materials, just drop them back in the mail to us. We will return them to the lending library.