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Eliminate the Negative: Moving from Embarrassed to Prepared

By Theresa Preuit Rhodes


Mercer University is intent on providing its students with an intellectual, educational experience no matter where they go. The library is a central gathering place where people come to learn and socialize. Library faculty and staff are involved in a wide range of campus activities. With their newest collaborative effort, the Integrative Program (INT), Mercer encourages students to read and write in a diverse culture. The university sponsors three major lecture series each year, all of which promote diverse learning experiences across all disciplines. This paper outlines the major lecture series and explains the goals of each. It also concentrates on how this project, in addition to the plethora of others at Mercer University, work to create a collaborative, intellectual environment for its students, faculty, and staff

Topics: Library and Information Science
Publisher: Purdue University
Year: 2013
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