• Second home

      Shuping, Andrew (2012-05-03)
      Student comments about Tarver Library written during National Library Week
    • September 21 Attentive audience

      Shuping, Andrew; Shuping, Andrew (2011-10-25)
      Elves and Werewolves and Voldemort! Oh, my: Social Commentary in the Fantasy World of Harry Potter. September 21 2011, 6:30pm
    • September 21 Audience

      Marketing; Marketing (2011-10-25)
      Elves and Werewolves and Voldemort! Oh, my: Social Commentary in the Fantasy World of Harry Potter. September 21 2011, 6:30pm
    • September 21 Engaged audience

      Marketing; Marketing (2011-10-25)
      Elves and Werewolves and Voldemort! Oh, my: Social Commentary in the Fantasy World of Harry Potter. September 21 2011, 6:30pm
    • Sign advertising for reception

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-30)
    • Sign Advertising Patron Appreciation Day

      Shuping, Andrew (2012-05-03)
      Sign advertising events for Patron Appreciation Day
    • Sign in encouragement

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-31)
    • Smiling student

      Knight, John (2011-10-25)
      “Twilight is not Good for Maidens”: Gender, Sexuality and Family in the Twilight series. October 12 2011, 6:30pm
    • South Carolina Archival Association Meeting 2018 Presentation

      Pham, Christian; Griggs, Adam; Miranda, Stephanie (2018-10-19)
      Digitizing Black Life and Culture in Middle Georgia is a Digital Humanities (DH) collaboration between Mercer University’s Department of Africana Studies, Mercer University Library, and the Macon-Bibb County Clerk’s Office to digitize and create a searchable database of primary source materials that document slavery and African American life in Macon, Georgia and the surrounding areas. These records reside in the Macon-Bibb County Courthouse and include property records detailing the sale/purchase of slaves, Chain Gang records, and plantation maps. Ultimately, this project will provide access to primary source documents for researchers, local community members, and the public to better understand of the breadth and consequences of slavery in Middle Georgia before, during, and following the Civil War period. As the first Digital Humanities project Mercer University Library has initiated, building the framework alongside our partners was a learning experience.This project originated with the hope of supporting students, faculty, and the community while simultaneously kickstarting Mercer University’s DH program. We will present the genesis of this project, the resources we investigated to digitize the materials at the courthouse, and the challenges we encountered working with community partners. Furthermore, we will discuss the conflicts that arose between digital humanities and digital archiving.
    • Star Wars Big Poster

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-09)
    • Star Wars Reads Day Advert

      Shuping, Andrew (2012-10-31)
    • Star Wars Trivia PPT presentation

      Tureen, Amy (2012-10-09)
    • Sticker for Bird exhibit

      Unknown (2012-10-31)
    • Student grabbing a doughnut

      Shuping, Andrew (2012-05-03)
      Student grabbing a doughnut during Patron Appreciation Day 2012
    • Student next to their artwork

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-30)
    • Student next to their artwork

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-30)
    • Student standing next to artwork

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-30)
    • Students admiring art work

      Twombly, Lee (2012-10-30)
    • Students and their doughnuts

      Shupings, Andrew (2012-05-03)
      Students enjoying doughnuts and apple juice during patron appreciation day
    • Students enjoying refreshments

      Shuping, Andrew (2012-05-03)
      Students enjoying refreshments and trying their hand at a library crossword puzzle during Patron Appreciation Day