• Panel

      Knight, John (2011-11-01)
      Medicine & Science Panel Discussion, October 26 2011, 5:30pm
    • Panel

      Knight, John (2011-11-01)
      Medicine & Science Panel Discussion, October 26 2011, 5:30pm
    • Panel 1

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panel 2

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panel 3

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panel 5

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panel 5

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panel 6

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panels 1-3

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
      Arrangement of panels 1-3 of display.
    • Panels 3-6

      Knight, John (2011-11-15)
    • Panels and viewer

      Marketing (2011-10-25)
    • Patron Comments

      Shuping, Andrew (2012-05-03)
      Student comments about Tarver Library written during National Library Week
    • Patron Survey Results

      Twombly, Lee (2012-05-16)
    • Pensive

      Knight, John (2011-10-25)
      Polyjuice Potion or Pensieve?: Reading and Remembering 'through a glass darkly' in the Novels of Harry Potter. October 19 2011, 6:30pm
    • Peters Open Access Presentation

      Peters, Randall (2012-05-16)
      Randall Peters Open Access Presentation for National Library Week 2012
    • Picking up giveaways

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-09)
    • Polyjuice Potion or Pensieve?: Reading and Remembering 'through a glass darkly' in the Novels of Harry Potter

      Media (2011-10-28)
      Polyjuice Potion or Pensieve?: Reading and Remembering 'through a glass darkly' in the Novels of Harry Potter. October 19 2011, 6:30pm
    • Professional Counseling Programs Ebook Series: Disaster Relief Edition

      Brackette, Caroline M.; Francis, Shatel; Hughes, Walter; Manradgh, Rajeive; Posey, Jasmine; Segovia, Natalie; Tillman, Felicia; Waller, Melissa (Mercer University, 2016)
      "This publication is a collection of articles written by students enrolled in the [Summer 2016 Disaster Counseling] course. Their reflections provide insight into the training requirements and service area opportunities for relief volunteers. Additionally, they address implications for future and current counselors based on their disaster relief preparation experience. My hope is that their reflections will inspire others to complete the training to be prepared to serve as volunteers during disasters and support the care and recovery of those in need." - Dr. Caroline M. Brackette
    • Prologue to Perfectly Parsing Proxy Patterns

      Brown, Jeremy; Smith, Gretchen; Gillies, Scott (2017-11-13)
      As libraries spend an increasing percentage of precious collection funds on electronic resources, important questions arise to drive collection management decisions: What is being used? How much? and finally Who is using our resources? Vendor supplied statistics can help answer the first two questions, but we have encountered specific questions about our users at Mercer University. To help answer this question, we turned to our proxy server logs and began a pilot study in the spring semester 2017. This presentation will explain the methodology we used in mining data from our proxy server logs in combination with our existing user database. It will describe the demographic information we were able to glean from this combination of information resources. We uncovered valuable insights to our database usage including: usage pattern over time, database popularity by program, database usage by enrollment status, usage by faculty/employee group, and usage by campus group.
    • Q & A Panel

      Knight, John (2011-11-01)
      Medicine & Science Panel Discussion, October 26 2011, 5:30pm