About Taylor Library
While most of us think of libraries as buildings full of books and journals – and, of course, we still believe that the physical library is incredibly important – the wide variety of media and information resources now available allows our library to also exist in a virtual format here in cyberspace. While you may miss encountering our friendly staff and browsing through our shelves of new and old books, this online side of the library has the advantage of being always open, ready for you whenever you’re ready for us.
Both online and in our physical location, the Ira J. Taylor Library supports the broad diversity of Iliff’s academic degree programs, faculty research interests, and the ministry and leadership vocations of our community. We house the largest collection of theological materials in the Rocky Mountain region, ranging from 16th century books to 21st century DVDs and other electronic media. We provide a broad general reference collection, contemporary and retrospective materials to support the curricular and research needs of our faculty and students, and specialized collections in subject areas such as Methodism, women in religion, and justice and peace issues. We also have current subscriptions to over 550 journals and numerous electronic databases, many of which are available online.
I invite you to visit us in person when you are in the Denver area. Until then, I hope you enjoy the many resources available on our website!
Debbie Creamer, Ph.D.
Director, Taylor Library