News & Exhibits
Library Now Offering Test Proctoring Services
The Biola Library Test Proctoring Center offers proctoring services for Biola students and members of the community who need to have an examination proctored. Our services include both paper testing and online testing in a convenient, comfortable, and secure proctored environment at a reasonable cost. This service will meet or exceed the best practices established by the National College Testing Association (NCTA).
See Test Proctoring Service for more information.
Biola Library Joins ACL and ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Programs
Biola University Library is now participating in two new reciprocal borrowing programs offered by the following associations—the Association of Christian Librarians (ACL), and the American Theological Library Association (ATLA). Biola students currently enrolled in a graduate program and whose library account is in good standing may be eligible to participate in one or both programs. The programs are not available to undergraduate students, staff or faculty at this time. Please visit the Reference Desk for specific information about each reciprocal borrowing program, including a list of participating ACL and ATLA libraries around the country. Graduate students may participate in these programs by visiting or contacting the Reference Desk to obtain an authorization form which is issued for the current Biola semester or term. Library access and checkout privileges are determined by the lending library.
For more information, please contact Reference Services at (562) 903-4838, or email Julie Ellis, Head of Access Services, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art Exhibit: Refiguring the Biblical: A juried exhibition by the Others Imagining Initiative (OII)
January 18 - August 10, 2018 - Biola University Library, Middle Level
Our world, now more than ever, calls for broadened depictions of underrepresented groups. To raise awareness and dialogue on the visual representation of biblical narratives and race, and its impact in society at large, the Others Imagining Initiative (OII) has organized this juried exhibition of artwork by undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in art programs throughout California, promoting greater inclusion and understanding through art that refigures dominant biblical characters and tropes by representing people of color.
Featuring artwork by: Austin Bland, Brooke Boring, Dawn Ford, Daniel Hall, Joyce Lin, Christine Lee Smith, Eric Tai, Sage Theule, Anneka Weinert, and Sherry Xiao.
Also on view, artwork by exhibition jurors: Bryan Chung, Maria Fee, Nery Gabriel Lemus, and Jonathan Puls.