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Mary Livermore Library 2015 Fact Sheet

Academic Year 2014-2015

  • Total Library Budget: $2,803,400
  • Building Space: 60,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Total Library Staff: 25 (8 Librarians + 17 Support Staff)
  • Public Service Hours Per Week: 106
  • Gate Count for Fiscal: 140,212
  • Library Website Visits: 840,276 page views – 193,380 sessions
  • Database Usage Stats: 1,268,269 searches – 279,968 sessions
  • Books Circulated: 13,954
  • Course Reserves Transactions: 4,262
  • Media Items Loaned: 21,131
  • Materials Budget: $1,316,033
  • Cataloged Volumes Held: 469,907
  • E-book Volumes Held: 172,827
  • Units of Microform Held: 717,380
  • Audiovisual/Media Materials Held: 20,532
  • Media (Streaming Curricular) Held: 45,636 titles – 272,638 segments
  • Electronic Database Subscriptions Held: 167
  • Information Services Transactions: 9,673
  • Document Delivery Items Loaned: 3,161
  • Document Delivery Items Borrowed: 1,648
  • Library Instruction Sessions Provided: 236
  • Library Instruction Attendance: 3,796
  • Library Presentations Attendance: 1,550

Assessment Documents Host page 2009-12

Assessment Documents for 2011-2012

Types of Reference 2012

Distance Ed. Transactions Statistics

DE Stats 11-12

Instructional Resources Inventory 2012

Library Resources and Services Marketing Slides

Social Media Chart

Libguide example 2011-2012

libguides.uncp.edu/NewStudent

Hunt Collection Photographs

Type of Reference 2012

Second Life Reference interaction

Source of Reference questions 2012

DE stats 11-12

Mary Livermore Library Reference Transaction Survey

GA Sophomore Survey Question B3

Doc Delivery Turnaround time Stats 2011-2012

Doc Delivery Services Stats 2011-2012

Event Flyers 2011-2012

FOL Surveys 2011-2012

Displays 2011-2012

Media Items purchased 2011-2012

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Mary Livermore Library Reference Transaction Survey

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Assessment Documents for 2010-2011

Distance Education Transaction Statistics

Distance Education Satisfaction Survey Screencapture

Instructional Resources Inventory

Library Resources and Services Marketing Slides

Social Media Chart

Libguide Example 2010-2011

Types of Reference Questions

Second Life Reference Interaction

Sources of Reference Questions

Library Home page link

Distance Education Transaction Statistics

Distance Education Satisfaction Survey Screencapture

Document Delivery Turnaround Time Stats 2009-2010_3_1_1g

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Program Flyers 2010-2011

FOL program surveys Fall 2010-Spring 2011

Displays Fall_2010-Spring_2011

Media Items Purchased 2010-2011

Subject Specific Instructional Evaluation

Instruction Session Disipline Breakdown 2010-2011

Subject Specific Instructional Evaluation

2010-2011 Reference Survey Comments

2010-2011 Reference Survey Comments

 

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ACRL_Standards_Information_Literacy_Competency

Guide to Library Research

Distance Education Verification Form

This form should only be used by students who do not take any on-campus classes and who want to have books mailed to their home address whenever they submit a request using BraveCat. You will need to update this form at the beginning of each semester - this is your resposibility! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Outreach/Distance Education Librarian at michael.alewine@uncp.edu or at 910.522.5743. Thank you!

Mary Livermore Library 2014 Fact Sheet

Academic Year 2013-2014

  • Total Operating Budget: $2,735,804
  • Building Space: 60,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Total Library Staff: 25 (8 Librarians + 17 Support Staff)
  • Public Service Hours Per Week: 106
  • Gate Count for Fiscal: 165,036
  • Library Website Visits: 143,786 – sessions; 258,830 – page views
  • Books Circulated: 16,814
  • Course Reserves Transactions: 2,506
  • Media Items Loaned: 27,745
  • Materials Budget: $1,250,766
  • Cataloged Volumes Held: 409,058
  • E-book Volumes Held: 172,827
  • Units of Microform Held: 714,923
  • Media (Physical) Held: 19,292
  • Media (Streaming Curricular) Held: 302,502 video segments
  • Electronic Database Subscriptions Held: 187
  • Information Services Transactions: 9,673
  • Document Delivery Items Loaned: 5,260
  • Document Delivery Items Borrowed: 2,025
  • Library Instruction Sessions Provided: 258
  • Library Instruction Attendance: 4,176
  • Library Presentations Attendance: 1,660

Cherokee Indian Normal School The Semi-Centennial Celebration Program Friday, June 4, 1937

The Semi-Centennial Celebration Program (Friday, June 4, 1937)

This is a four-page printed program that was used for the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the institution (1887-1937)

The Semi-Centennial Celebration was held on Friday, June 4, 1937 with Judge L. R. Varser of Lumberton presiding. The program describes Judge Varser and Hamilton McMillan as “friends of Indian education.” Other notable speakers on the program were Clyde A. Erwin, State Superintendent of Public Instruction; Dr. James E. Hillman, Supervisor, North Carolina College Conference; Dean J. R. Lowry; Revs. D. F. Lowry, S. A. Hammonds, and L. W. Jacobs.

A short history of the institution is included, as well as pictures of three campus buildings: the first building (1887), the second building (1909), and Old Main (1923). On the last page of the program, the members of the Board of Trustees and the faculty are listed.

According to an article from the Robesonian (May 26, 1937), there were lots of activities for Commencement Week 1937. The commencement season began on Friday, May 28 at 8 p.m., with a program by music students of Miss Mary Mayne and a debate under the direction of Professor J. B. Davis. Reverend Dr. E. C. Few, pastor of Edenton Street Methodist Church (1932-38), Raleigh, preached the commencement sermon Sunday, May 30 at 3 p. m. Music was rendered by the school chorus which was directed by Professor Ira Pate Lowry.  Society Night was observed Tuesday, June 1, at 8 p. m. Declamation and recitation contests were held between representatives from grades 8, 9, and 10 and an oratorical contest between representatives of grade 11. Dean J. R. Lowry presided.

The high school graduating program took place on Thursday, June 3, at 8 p. m., directed by Mrs. Ira Pate Lowry. Commencement day was observed Friday, June 4 at 10 a.m. The normal-college class day program followed, with Miss Frances Stinebring presiding. Dr. Edwin McNeill Poteat, Jr., pastor of Pullen Memorial Baptist church, Raleigh, spoke at 11 a. m. His address was followed by the presentation of the diplomas and medals by G.G. Maughon, Superintendent of the institution, 1935-1940.

As mentioned earlier, the Semi-Centennial Celebration was held Friday, June 4 at 1:30 p.m. A baseball game followed this program. The closing commencement activity at the normal school was a play, directed by Mrs. William R. Locklear. The play took place at Friday, June 4 at 8 p.m.

Scholarship in Review

 

Scholarship in Review

2007-08 Academic Year

The idea of an annual scholarship journal that would highlight the scholarly achievements of UNCP faculty originated in 2008 with Chancellor Allen Meadors and Provost Charles Harrington.

In the inaugural issue of the journal, Dr. Meadors stated, “Because scholarship is on the rise at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, I believe this is an important publication. Scholarship in Review is a snapshot of the life of the mind of this institution.

Dr. Harrington, who concurred with the Chancellor, declared,

“At the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, our primary emphasis, unapologetically, is on exceptional classroom teaching. Yet, as any committed academic will tell you, scholarship and teaching are inexorably linked. …. This publication celebrates the scholarly and creative work of faculty.”

This issue of the journal highlights books authored by the following UNCP faculty: Scott Billingsley, Jeff Frederick, Roger Guy, Peter Imoro, Edwin Mensah, David Oxendine, Enrique Porrúa, Robert Seesengood, Shelby Stephenson, and David Zeigler.

There are several articles focused on the state of research at UNC Pembroke that feature the following: Irene Aiken, Mohammad Ashraf, Jennifer Bonds-Raacke, Jeff Frederick, Anthony Holdereid, John Labadie, Tulla Lightfoot, David Oxendine, Mario Paparozzi, John Parnell, June Power, Jeremy Sellers, and David Zeigler.

In addition there are feature articles on three research programs at UNCP: the Biofuels Program, PURC (Pembroke Undergraduate Research Center), and RISE (Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement).

Finally, there are detailed bibliographies of all research activities at UNCP for 2007-2008, organized by academic departments.

The 2007-2008 issue of Scholarship in Review was compiled by Amber Rach, Managing Editor; Anne Coleman, Bibliographer; Maria Periera, Bibliographer; Robert Wolf, Bibliographer; Scott Bigelow, Writer; Jerrod Hatfield, Graphic Designer; and Raul Rubiera, Photographer.

The 2007-2008 issue of Scholarship in Review is the only issue that has been published. 

Directions to UNC Pembroke

UNCP is located in Robeson County in southeastern North Carolina and is approximately 10 miles from the intersection of Interstate 74 and Interstate 95 at Lumberton. The University is approximately 1.5 hours south of Raleigh and 1.5 hours north of the North and South Carolina beaches and two hours east of Charlotte.

The University's physical address is 1 University Drive, Pembroke, NC 28372.

 

            Map of North Carolina               Map of Robeson County

Map of North Carolina    Map of Robeson County

 

Map of Campus from Google Maps

Printable Campus Map

  • PDF (requires Adobe Reader)

To access this map in an alternative format, contact the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) at 910.521.6695 or arc@uncp.edu

 

DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS

From Raleigh, NC, Fayetteville, NC and points north:

  • Take I-95 south to Exit 17.
  • Turn right onto N.C. Highway 711.
  • Continue straight through the stop light and travel about 10 miles to Pembroke.
  • Follow N.C. Highway 711 through Pembroke until you reach the fifth stop light.
  • UNCP is on the right.

From Charlotte, NC, Laurinburg, NC and points west:

  • Take Interstate 74 east to Exit 200 (Pembroke/Red Springs/N.C. Highway 710).
  • Turn left onto N.C. Highway 710 West.
  • Follow N.C. Highway 710 about two miles to a traffic light at U.S. Highway 74. Continue straight through the light.
  • Follow N.C. Highway 710 about one mile to a traffic light.
  • Continue straight through this light (the road will change to N.C. Highway 711 South).
  • Continue straight two more miles. Take a left at the second traffic light. UNCP is on the left.

From Wilmington, NC and points east:

  • Take Interstate 74 west to Exit 200 (Pembroke/Red Springs/N.C. Highway 710).
  • Turn left onto N.C. Highway 710 West.
  • Follow N.C. Highway 710 about two miles to a traffic light at U.S. Highway 74. Continue straight through the light.
  • Follow N.C. Highway 710 about one mile to a traffic light.
  • Continue straight through this light (the road will change to N.C. Highway 711 South).
  • Continue straight two more miles. Take a left at the second traffic light. UNCP is on the left.

From Savannah, GA, Florence, SC and points south:

  • Take I-95 north to Exit 17.
  • Turn left onto N.C. Highway 711.
  • Continue straight through the light and travel about 10 miles to Pembroke.
  • Follow N.C. Highway 711 through Pembroke until you reach the fifth stop light.
  • UNCP is on the right.

 

 

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Electronic Resources by Title - W

Wall Street Journal

Description: The financial newspaper of record offering in-depth coverage of national and international finance as well as first rate coverage of hard news. Coverage begins in 1982.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Web of Science

Description: Web of Science is composed of four subfiles:

  • Science Citation Index, 1945-Current
  • Social Sciences Citation Index, 1956-Current
  • Arts and Humanities Citation Index, 1975-Current
  • New! Conference Proceedings Citation Index, 1990-Current

By setting up a Web of Science registered user account, searchers can receive periodic updates of new research in their field and save searches to be re-run periodically.

Full text: no

Access: on campus and remote

 

Wiley Interscience

Description: A searchable database of peer reviewed journals in the fields of business, chemistry, computer science, earth and environmental science, education, engineering, law, life sciences, mathematics and statistics, medicine and healthcare, physics and astronomy, polymers and material science, psychology, and other social sciences.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

World History: Ancient World History

Description: Covers human history in all corners of the globe—from prehistoric times to the beginnings of the Renaissance.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

World History: Modern World History

Description: Covers human history in all corners of the globe from Renaissance to current.

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

Worldwide Political Science Abstracts

Description:International political science and international relations - journal articles, books, dissertations and working papers
Subject Area(s): The Arts, Social Sciences
Coverage: 1975-Current

Full text: yes

Access: on campus and remote

 

WorldCat

Description: WorldCat is the largest network of library content and services.

Full text: N/A

Access: on campus and remote

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