Your MGA Libraries are delighted to offer a new service to our patrons. Macon and Cochran campus libraries now have charging stations available for you to charge your smartphones, tablets and other gadgets. The new stations have USB cables for both Apple and Android and work with any device including: Apple iPhone, iPad and Android Continue reading
Your MGA Libraries Fall Semester Hours: Macon – (478) 471-2709 Monday – Thursday 7:30a.m. to 10p.m. Friday 7:30a.m. to 12noon Sunday 1p.m. to 7p.m. Cochran – (478) 934-3179 Roberts Memorial Library Monday – Thursday 7:30a.m. to 9p.m. Friday 7:30a.m. to 12noon Sunday 2p.m. to 6p.m. Dublin – (478) 275-6772 Monday-Thursday 8a.m. to 9p.m. Friday 8a.m. Continue reading
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Did you know your MGA Libraries have Children’s Book Collections? Drop by the second floor of the Macon campus Library and/or the third floor of the Roberts Library on our Cochran campus to check out fiction and nonfiction books for children in pre-school through high school.
Your MGA Libraries Summer Hours begin Tuesday, May 29th in Macon, Cochran & Eastman and Monday, June 4th in Dublin & Warner Robins.
MGA faculty and staff based in Cochran who are interested in donating blood can do so at an American Red Cross blood drive from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 17, Bleckley County High School, #1 Royal Drive.
Since I published my last blog, three important enrollment initiatives have occurred. Last weekend many of us met on our Cochran, Eastman, and Macon campuses to welcome hundreds of students and their guests to our first ever fully-fledged Open Houses. I thank the many staff and faculty who did an amazing job, with many of our Facilities staff even coming in at 5 am that morning. For several weeks many of us prepared for this occasion, and it was clearly a great success.
Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, as a member of the PTPTR Committee, in conjunction with the MGA Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, will be conducting a workshop demonstrating how faculty members should put together their portfolios for the submission for the promotion and tenure process.
This semester Warner Robins campus Library services moved from Nola Brantley Memorial Library to Suite 119 in Oak Hall. We also have a new Warner Robins campus librarian, Amy Little, who will assist students and faculty on that campus. New Warner Robins Campus Library Hours Monday through Thursday 8a.m. to 5:30p.m. Friday 8a.m. to 12 Continue reading
Everything you wanted to know about OERs but were afraid to ask: From Ground Zero to Implementation and Beyond
Are you thinking of utilizing open education resources (OERs), in lieu of a textbook? Do you want more information of how to start the process? Are you wondering about the benefits and barriers? If you answered yes, this interactive presentation is for you. Participants will discuss redesigning a course using OERs, examine benefits and barriers, and review student and faculty feedback about the pros and cons.