For more than five years now, GlobeTheoLib (http://www.globethics.net/web/gtl), the Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism and a joint project of Globethics.net and the World Council of Churches, has been offering a steadily growing wealth of free online resources to theological students, scholars and researchers worldwide. The library currently holds over two million documents for a user community of about 38,000 registered participants, mainly from the global South. You are invited to explore this free, community-driven resource.
- free access to our library sources
- the possibility to set up an institutional and/or thematic collection on your behalf or with your support
- a free space for you on the Globethics.net platform, where you can exchange documents and best practices, and work on a particular research or publication project
- through our new Globethics Consortium on Ethics in Higher Education (inaugural meeting was held in June – see http://www.globethics.net/globethics-consortium) develop online training modules/courses on topics of your interest, such as “Responsible leadership formation” and/or “Religion and sustainable development”.
Support is requested by:
- promoting the Library among your constituencies through setting a link or embedding one of our search boxes on your website (please see http://www.globethics.net/about-us/portrait)
- contributing content to our library
- joining the GlobeTheoLib or Globethics.net Consortium; and/or
- funding a particular library project (e.g. the development of a collection on “Global (ecumenical) mission studies” in view of the upcoming CWME World mission confer-ence 2018 in Arusha, Tanzania, or on “Religion and development” in conjunction with PaRD).
For the latest GlobeTheoLib annual report and Strategy, go to http://www.globethics.net/web/gtl/policy-papers-and-reports.
If you are interested, or to request further information, contact Andreas Waldvogel at
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone:+41 22 791 63 42 or