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Theology: Indigenous Perspectives: Ask a Librarian

The purpose of this guide is to help users find printed and electronic resources related to Indigenous perspectives of Christian theology available at the Tyndale libraries and beyond. Thank you to our former Education Librarian Mark Mueller who created a

Tyndale University College & Seminary Libraries

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Other Requests

Are you interested in one of the following? Click on the links for more information.

Would you like to request an interlibrary loan? Fill out our interlibary loan form.

Would you like to schedule a tour of the library? Fill out a Schedule Tour Request form.

Would you like to recommend a purchase? Fill out a recommend for purchase form.

Would you like to make a comment or suggestion? Contact us through Library Help.

Where to go for help when the library is open

Got questions? We'd love to hear from you. 

Here are some of the ways that you can connect with one of the librarians at the Tyndale to get research and technical help during regular hours of operation. 

In person: At the Library circulation desk.
Click Hours to see hours of operation.

Via telephone: 416-226-6620, ext. 2126 
Via mobile text: 647-694-1637
Via instant chat: Click on the Ask Us tab on the right

Where to go when the library is closed....

Here are some way to get research and/or technical support outside of the library hours of operation: 

Via Research Guides: These subject-specific Research Guides are designed to
help you get started on your research.
Via Library Help: Visit the Tyndale Library Help page to see our FAQs
Via email: ask@tydale.libanswers.com. A librarian will respond to you within a 24 hour period.