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The AMBS Library promotes the use of information resources to advance the AMBS mission of serving the church and educating leaders for God’s mission in the world. As a center of scholarship, reflection and lifelong learning, the library provides professional services, relevant collections and a hospitable study environment for AMBS students, faculty, staff and church leaders.
Gerald J. Ball Library- The mission of the Ancilla College library is to support and enrich the educational endeavors of Ancilla College students, faculty, staff and administration: to provide appropriate resources and access to resources, to provide assistance and education in the use of information resources, and to encourage lifelong learning.
The mission of the Robert A. Nicholson University Library is to provide the Anderson University community with relevant information resources in support of the University’s teaching-learning mission. We foster the abilities necessary in finding, evaluating, and using resources, and further, we facilitate the user’s quest in independent intellectual study, discovery, and lifelong learning. The library collection includes over 250,000 books (in-print and electronic), approximately 600 periodical subscriptions, more than 50 periodical databases, a selective depository collection of United States government publications, and the Anderson University and Church of God Archives and Elizabeth and James York Reading Room and Special Collections. Two computer labs, including the 24/7 computer lab, are located in the Library.
It is the mission of the Butler University Libraries to actively support the educational goals of Butler University by providing facilities, services, resources, technology, and educational opportunities that facilitate access to information. Central to this mission are the needs of undergraduate students.
The libraries also have a responsibility to support teaching and scholarship and to help preserve the intellectual heritage which is at the core of the university’s overall mission.
The CTS Library supports the instructional and research needs of the Seminary, provides resources for the scholarly community in theology and related areas of the humanities, and makes resources available to the broader religious community of Central Indiana.
Aware that the practice of responsible leadership and service, as expressed in the Franklin College Mission Statement, requires that all members of the College community be able to access and use information intelligently, and knowing that the Library has the primary responsibility to provide this service, we the staff of B.F. Hamilton Library will:
- Provide easy access to quality information in a variety of formats for our patrons within Hamilton Library and at remote locations.
- Create comfortable and attractive spaces that accommodate and encourage both individual and group study.
- Continually improve the quality of service to our internal and external customers.
- Promote, encourage, and nurture information literacy skills.
- Support and encourage on-going staff training and development.
- Participate in cooperative alliances to complement local resources.
- Keep the Franklin College community informed about new resources and services.
The purpose of Morgan Library is to provide efficient delivery of reliable resources and quality services to fulfill the informational and research needs of the diverse Grace Community. The competent, skilled staff is dedicated to promoting academic excellence, developing critical thinkers and encouraging life-long learning.
The Duggan Library vigorously and visibly sustains the distinctive mission and vision of Hanover College. By offering unimpeded access to quality resources, services, and programs, we nurture and challenge users to take responsibility for maximizing their potential as scholars. Supporting a diverse intellectual community, the library staff works together in providing meaningful contributions to the College’s unique teaching and learning environment.
The Library serves the College curriculum by providing access to information and instructing in its gathering and use. To these ends, the Library: collects, organizes, and maintains printed and electronic materials in anticipation of curricular needs; retrieves materials from other sites in a timely fashion as needed by students, faculty, and staff; assists in the selection, location, and use of materials; teaches basic, as well as advanced subject-related information literacy; and provides a setting for reading, study, small group meetings, and research.
The Mother Theresa Hackelmeier Memorial Library serves the information needs of the Marian University Community. The library provides equitable and open access to information in all formats and supports the teaching and learning needs of students, faculty and staff in keeping with the Franciscan traditions of Marian University. As a dynamic intellectual center on campus, the library is a forward thinking organization actively embracing new technology, promoting information literacy, and supporting the intellectual endeavors of all users.
The mission statement for this library is closely linked to that of the University’s statement. It is the mission of all involved in the endeavor to educate and enrich the lives of our students and community to dedicate our time and talents to:
- Provide informational services and resources to meet the requirements of the educational programs of Oakland City University
- Provide a setting conducive for academic excellence, technical preparation, and life-long learning
- Aid in the promotion of Christian ethical and moral values
- Strive to become a leader in preparing our students and community for success in their endeavors to productively enter into the 21st century; spiritually, intellectually, and morally
The Lee and Jim Vann Library supports the mission of the University of Saint Francis by nurturing lifelong learners who can recognize the need for information, locate, evaluate, and effectively use information.
The Lee and Jim Vann Library supports the mission of the University of Saint Francis with a strong commitment to the personal and professional development of students, faculty and staff. The library accomplishes this by embracing an attitude of service, by evaluating and providing a variety of authoritative information resources, by effective and appropriate use of technology, by providing library instruction to strengthen research skills and by participating in cooperative activities with other libraries to ensure the effective stewardship of quality library services.
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- information resources for curricular support and personal enrichment
- tools for information access
- instruction and assistance in information seeking and evaluation
- a physical environment that encourages learning and discovery.
In concert with the mission of Trine University, Library and Information Services provides students, faculty, and staff access to learning and teaching resources, expert staff, and service in support of scholarship and instruction at Trine University.
The mission of Wabash College Lilly Library is to promote the ability to find, evaluate and use information resources in the full exercise of freedom of inquiry that is an integral part of teaching and learning at Wabash. To meet this mission, the library develops and maintains collections and services that support the mission of Wabash College, fostering, in particular, the information literacy skills that are critical to independent intellectual inquiry and lifelong learning.