On March 2, The Faculty Senate hosted an online “works-in-progress” event, in which two members of the Regent faculty presented and took questions on upcoming books that are still in the writing phase:
- Prof. Daniel Gilbert, Ph.D.
Pneumatology: The Renewal Theology of God, The Holy Spirit
Kendall Hunt Publishers
- Prof. Jeffrey A. Brauch, J.D.
Topic: Understanding Human Dignity
Both presentations prompted a lively discussion from the online audience. A Zoom recording of the event is now available:
Library Satisfaction Survey – 2021
The 2021 Library Customer Satisfaction Survey began on February 2 and will continue through February 15. The survey, which takes less than ten minutes to complete, is the primary instrument we use to hear from our users and improve our services. By taking the survey, you can tell us what you like and what you would like to see changed at the Library.
There are two different surveys, please choose a survey below according to your current status:
$$ You could win a $50 Amazon Gift Card* $$
After completing your survey, you will have a chance to enter in the drawing for one of three Amazon gift cards. The drawing will take place after the survey has closed by February 20, and the winner will be notified by email.
*Please note that prizes won by Regent University employees are subject to state and federal taxes.
Lifecycle of false information
Zoom recordings are now available for all the programs of our three-part series on discerning truth in the era of fake news:
While the phenomenon of fake news is widely discussed in academic forums and publications, these programs are unique in addressing the problem from a Christian perspective. The Library would like to thank our faculty presenters and CBN News Director Rob Allman for making this series possible.
Image source: Meel, Priyanka and Dinesh Kumar Vishwakarma. “Fake News, Rumor, Information Pollution in Social Media and Web: A Contemporary Survey of State-of-the-Arts, Challenges and Opportunities.” Expert Systems with Applications 153, (2019;2020;): https://tinyurl.com/yyc4xcwb
Nearly everyone agrees that, both for individuals and organizations, living by certain values is important, but how does this manifest itself in practice? According to Harvard Business School professors Clayton Christiansen and Michael Overdorf, organizational values are “the standards by which employees set priorities” about what is more and less important in their operations.* Along with its Vision and Mission statements, the Library lists four core values, exemplified by Scripture.
With the help of Regent marketing, the Library has created attractive banners for each of our core values. They are in front of the resource desk. Photos of each banner are located on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
*Clayton M. Christiansen and Michael Overdorf, “Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change. (Cover Story),” Harvard Business Review 78, no. 2 (March 2000): 69, http://eres.regent.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&profile=bsi&defaultdb=bth&defaultdb=buh
The Word of God is foundational to everything we do at Regent University, especially in academic pursuits. The Library is proud of our amazing collection of 1,884 Bibles in 52 languages and 46 versions, translations, and paraphrases. Our goal is to make the Word of God easily accessible and to create visual reminders of God’s Word and its importance to our work.
The Library is currently displaying a selection of its Bibles in the foyer and throughout the first floor. One example is a reproduction of the Gutenberg Bible. Experts painstakingly reproduced the binding, letters, drawings, colors and even the type of paper stock to make this a near-perfect copy of the original.
We invite our patrons who have been cleared to enter the Library to take a few moments on their next visit to enjoy the displays of these precious Bibles.
– Dr. Esther R. Gillie, Dean of the University Library
Gutenberg Bible facsimile. On display in the Library.