Regent University Library
- Online Catalog -- click here to search the catalog via the web
- Databases -- links to a wealth of online databases available to Regent students. If you are accessing the databases from off campus, you will be prompted for your Regent University Email login ID and password.
- Selected Resources by Subject -- a list of resources broken down by subject and discipline.
Library Information Research and Resources Course
All Regent University graduate students (with the exception of law students) are required to take the Library Information Research and Resources course as a part of their programs. The course is presented using the Blackboard course delivery software and is only available online. It is a non-credit, pass/fail course and should be taken during your first year as a student. Fee: $50.00.
Course Description: In this exploding age of information, it is the objective of the library faculty to prepare Regent graduates to be on the cutting edge of information technology. Information literacy is the ability to effectively access information for problem solving and decision making. Thus, the knowledge and abilities you glean from this course will open doors to lifelong learning. It is imperative for graduate study research.
Each school has its own reference librarian who specializes in materials specific to that discipline.