The Bethel University Digital Library is a program of Bethel Libraries for discovery, development, and preservation of the Bethel community’s scholarship, history, and culture.
Organized into collections, these materials are openly available for your research, teaching, and learning needs.
Faculty and Student Scholarship
- Edgren Scholars Presentations
- Undergraduate Research and Scholarship
- Colloquy Undergraduate Journal
- Faculty Excellence Award Presentations
Archival Materials From the History Center
Study Abroad Experience
Explore More Collections
To see more of Bethel’s own important scholarship, creative work, cultural and historical material see the following:
Part of developing digital collections includes converting physical objects into digital files.
The Digital Library converts collections of items for research and teaching purposes for long-term use. If you would like to consult with us about developing a new collection contact us at email@example.com.
To convert a single or small group of items consult Bethel’s offices of Print Services (copies of texts) or Teaching and Learning Technology (video and audio conversion).
The information or data “about” your digital files is called metadata. Metadata is attached to digital files for description and organization in order to better find and use them later. A well-considered metadata plan will help you better find and manage your data and information.
Items in the Digital Library are stored permanently and are backed up to protect them from degradation and loss.
New Collection Suggestions?
If you have an idea or suggestion for a new collection that you would like to develop or share or would like to consult with us about one of your own collections, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.