Stirling Library

The Campbell Edwards Library at Stirling Theological College is a modern and well equipped library facilitating lifelong learning and equipping students to take an active role in their own formation

The collection includes over 30,000 volumes, journals and access to online resources including e-books. The collection has been built up to support the units taught at Stirling with strengths in biblical studies, theology, pastoral theology, counselling, and practical ministry. You will find all online resources through the UD Library Hub.

All members of the University of Divinity are entitled to access the UD Library Hub, visiting and borrowing rights at all associated libraries, and to receive a University ID Card.


COVID-19 and the closure of the Library


The Campbell Edwards Library at Stirling Theological College will remain closed through to the end of Semester 2, 2021.

Despite the physical library remaining closed, your access to a large number of online library resources continues.

The information and links provided below will help guide you through the resources you can still access:

Library Online Catalogue:

You can access the Library’s catalogue here. (Be aware, however, that this is the link to the physical resources held onsite at the College.  It is included here for research purposes).

University of Divinity Library Hub:

Follow this link to the UD Library Hub where you will have access to an extensive range of online resources including journal articles, e-books and other online reference tools. Use your University of Divinity ARK login email and password for remote access.

Click here if you have forgotten your password.

University of Divinity Combined Catalogue:

UDCat This is a combined library catalogue that allows the simultaneous searching of multiple University library catalogues. There are no login requirements. As a student of the UD, you are eligible to borrow from other UD associated libraries (with the exception of the DML) Any enquiries about University-wide library resources and services can be emailed to


Tips for Accessing Library Resources Remotely


  1. Use the Library Hub
  2. Library Hub Guide

Watch these two videos to get you started.

  1. A-Z list of available databases
  2. Download the Lean Library browser extension –

Other Useful links in and outside the University of Divinity

EndNote –

University Style Guide –

Google Books –

Google Scholar –

Sign up to Academia – Many scholars have profiles and add their journal articles directly.


Further Information

Please contact me if you need any assistance navigating around these online resources. Please email in the first instance I will attend to your queries as promptly as I’m able.

We appreciate your understanding during this time and hope to welcome you back to the library again soon.

Antonella Newnham
Stirling Theological College