About the Ark
“The Ark” is Moore College’s archive of digital material. It is structured around three collections –
Digital Library & Archives
This section contains collected material, published and unpublished, from organisations and individuals outside the College with a connection to Anglican evangelicalism in Australia. It includes resources from the Donald Robinson Library’s Rare Book collection and the Samuel Marsden Archives which have been digitized, as well as born digital content.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this collection contains images, voices or names of deceased persons. Some resources contain language that reflects the views and attitudes of the period in which it was produced, but may not be considered appropriate today.
Copyright status is indicated for individual items.
Moore College Digital Media and Resources
Audio, video, images and publications produced by Moore College, its Centres, and past and present faculty.
All content copyright Moore Theological College.
Master of Theology and PhD theses produced by Moore College students, available publicly for the purpose of research and study, unless indicated otherwise.
This collection also contains research data collected by students undertaking human research. Research data is subject to embargo periods.
What happened to Myrrh?
Myrrh was the digital repository Moore College created in 2007 to host required set readings for our undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It quickly expanded to become the home for many other college resources. Since then, our other systems have matured. Set readings are now hosted directly in the Learning Support System or Moore Online Diploma.
By 2020 Myrrh needed an overhaul. In order to preserve our ever growing digital resources for the future, we have partnered with Preservica and created the Ark. Content from Myrrh has been migrated to the Ark.
Links to Myrrh should automatically redirect to the Ark.