Welcome to EUCON International University Library


The Basile Library is a vital part of EUCON International University & School. It is located on the main campus of EUCON International University & School and was completed in 2005. The Building includes two floors with an area of 700 m2.
The Basile Library is named after Dr. Joseph Basile who was the Sr. Pastor of Grace Bible Church. Dr. Basile donated his personal library to EUCON international University when the library first started.


  • To acquire an excellent collection of library materials in support of the attainment of the educational program of the college.
  • To seek and understand the educational needs of the students and faculty relevant to the curricular programs of the college.
  • To organize and administer the materials in a way that makes them accessible and usable to its clientele.
  • To provide an environment where facilities and atmosphere are conductive for learning.
  • Hours of Operation

    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Library Resources

    The collection of the Library includes the following:

    • Books - around 25,000 books
    • Periodicals
    • A-V materials: DVD, Video tapes, CDs
    • Database and ebooks 

    Library Catalog 

    Area A - Middle School Collections (continuously cataloged) 
    Area B - Scriptures (OT &NT), Doctrine, Theology, Disciple-making, Evangelism, Preaching, apologetics, Christian ministries, etc.
    Area C - Practical theology, Christian Denominations.
    Area D - Bible commentaries, Bible versions, and Bible in other languages.
    Area E- Graduate School collections, Commentaries, Doctrinal Theology, Practical Theology,Christian Denominations.
    Area F-  Other collections, other language collections.

    Internet e-Resources

    Database and ebooks
    • Atla Digital Library (Publicly accessible digital archives of theological and religious institutions provided by the American Theological Libraries Association (ATLA)) 
    • Books @atla open press  (publishes open access works on subjects at the intersection of librarianship and religious and theological studies that potentially impact libraries).
    • British Library Gutenberg Bible  (Johann Gutenberg’s Bible is probably the most famous Bible in the world. It is the earliest full-scale work printed in Europe using moveable type).
    • Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative (CORI) The CDRI of Atla and the Association ofTheological Schools (ATS) is a collection of digital resources contributed by member libraries. The creation of CDRJ in 2003 was made possible by a generous grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.The CORI collections provide access to digital images of woodcuts, photographs, slides, papyri, coins, maps, postcards, manuscripts, lithographs, sermons, shape-note tune books, and various forms ofChristian art, architecture, and iconography. Its coverage focus includes the ancient Near East; missions; world religion; and more. We are thrilled to give this collection a new home with improved appearance, stability, and usability.
    • Chinese Christian Studies  ( Chinese Christian Research Network).
    • Christian Rare Books Database. It contains 36 ancient Chinese books published in the lateQing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, including Bible commentaries and Christian works.These ancient Christian books reflect the missionaries and scholars of that era's research and understanding of Christian doctrine and the various books of the Bible, and provide valuable information for those who study religion, translation and history.
    • Christian Classic Ethereal Library (CCEL)  (A publicly available digital library of Christian classics that contains documents from various theological viewpoints). 
    • Church Fathers
    • Dictionary of North American Hymnology (DNAH) A Comprehensive bibliography of hymns and poetry collections published in the United States and Canada from 1640-1978, as well as an index of famous artists. Contains more than 5000 hymns and more than 1000000 examples.
    • Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) CD-ROM database is the authoritative index and full-text database of educational literature and resources. Sponsored by the Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education, this database is an essential took for education researchers of all kinds. There are over 1.6 million records, links to nearly 750,000 full-text documents, and over 11,700 vocabulary words specific to education-specific lexicons. The database includes rich data source types, including journal articles, books, conference papers, monographs, course guides, theses, bibliographical catalogs, government documents, policy papers, and audio-visual materials. The items of bibliographical information have been searched updated monthly, coverage dates back to 1966.
    • EBSCO Free database  (EBSCO provides free research databases covering a variety of subjects for students, researchers and librarians. Researchers can also use EBSCO Essentials to search for free, reliable articles and connect to their library to access additional EBSCO content).
    • Internet Archive  (Important and Classic Public Edition Documents).
    • JSTOR  (Explore the world’s knowledge, cultures, and ideas. A Digital library of academic journals, books, and primary source). 
    • The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library  (Offers an exceptional encounter with Antiquity. Using the world’s most advanced imaging technology, the Digital Library preserves thousands of Scroll fragments, including the oldest known copies of Biblical texts).
    • Online books page  (Listing over 3 million free books on the Web).
    • Open Access Digital Theological Library (OADTL) is a digital library for theology, religious studies, and related disciplines is funded by the institutional members of the Digital TheologicalLibrary. OADTL collections are composed primarily of books and articles. The collections are ecumenical, global, and inter religious and include materials in all languages (as long as that content meets the criteria above).
    • Princeton Review (1830-1882)  (An archive at Michigan has the run of the many-titled serial from 1830 to 1882. The images appear in page image form. JavaScript is required to browse the archive).
    • Project Gutenberg Project Gutenberg  (Project Gutenberg offers a vibrant and growing collection of the world’s great literature-a library of over 60,000 free eBooks).  
    • RAMBI-Index of articles on Jewish studies  (a selective bibliography of academic articles covering all of the fields of Jewish studies) 
    • Religion Online  (Full texts by recognized religious scholars).
    • Theological Commons (a digital library of over 150,000 resources on theology and religion. Developed in partnership with the Internet Archive, it contains books, journals, audio recordings, photographs, manuscripts, and other formats dating from 975 C.E. to the present).  

    Journal Article Indexes  

    Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN)  

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