On-campus and online Regent students are invited to join the Library’s Spring Write-In event on Tuesday, April 17, 6:00-10:00 EDT.
Work one-on-one with a reference librarian or coach from the University Writing Center. Snacks, destressing stations, and more provided.
For more information, see our event webpage: http://libguides.regent.edu/WriteIn
John Wimber (1934-1997) was a principal founder of the Vineyard church movement. Before his radical conversion to Christ in 1963, he was a rock musician with the Righteous Brothers. His ministry brought new expression to the work of the Holy Spirit as witnessed in the more than 1,500 Vineyard churches that exist today worldwide. The Library’s Wimber Collection includes journals, conference materials, course syllabi, Vineyard publications, brochures, newspaper articles, correspondence, and memorabilia.
On Monday, March 12, the Library will host a special event to celebrate the legacy of this man of God. The featured speaker will be the Rev. Christy Wimber, daughter-in-law of John Wimber. The event will take place at 2:00 in the Library auditorium, followed by refreshments on the Library Balcony and an exhibition in Special Collections.
For more information, including a list of speakers and a link to RSVP, see the Wimber Collection Event homepage.
Since the publication of How the Irish Saved Civilization in 1995, Thomas Cahill has been acclaimed as one of America’s most inviting and evocative scholars of history and culture. In Heretics and Heroes (2013), Cahill surveys the creativity and tumult, the spirituality and violence of the Renaissance and Reformation.
At our meeting on Thursday February 15, we will focus on Chapter 4: “Reformation! Luther Steps Forward.” Dr. Daniel Gilbert, professor of theology and church history, will lead our conversation. The chapter is only 21 pages long, so if you haven’t had time for one of our previous book discussions, this is a great opportunity. The meeting will take place at 12:00 in the Library Conference Room. Tea and a snack will be served.
For a free copy of the reading, email Harold Henkel at email@example.com.
Distance students and faculty are invited to join the discussion via Google Hangouts. Contact Harold for a link to the live discussion.
What: Mini-workshops & research help
When: Tuesday, February 6th, 2:00pm – 8:00pm
- How to get to the Bb Library Resource Center
…Let the Library and Writing Center jumpstart all your research projects.
- 2:00-2:15 Basic Steps
- 2:30-2:45 Evaluating SourcesAnatomy of a Scholarly Article
- 3:00-3:15 Plagiarism – Writing Coaches
- 3:30-3:45 Beyond the Basics (one session for online students and one session for on-campus students)
4:00 – 6:00: Librarians available for assistance – on campus and via Bb Collaborate Ultra
- 6:00-6:15 Basic Steps
- 6:30-6:45 Evaluating SourcesAnatomy of a Scholarly Article
- 7:00-7:15 Plagiarism – Writing Coaches
- 7:30-7:45 Beyond the Basics – (one session for online students and one session for on-campus students)
$$ YOU COULD WIN AN e-GIFT CARD PRIZE* $$
Stay tuned for how you can win one of two $50 Amazon gift cards. Details coming soon. Be sure to enroll in the Library Resource Center.
*If any prize winner is an employee of Regent University, the winnings are subject to payroll taxes.
6:00 – 8:00: 4 sessions (15 min. sessions w 15 min in between)
After enrolling in the Library Resource Center, we encourage you to pre-register for the Jumpstart Event. You will discover helpful library and academic resources and services available to you and how to access them. Come with questions andor research topics & get help from a Regent Librarian to Jumpstart your Research! (Don’t forget to bring your assignment!)
All sessions will be streamed via Bb Collaborate Ultra in the Library Resource Center
2:00 – 4:00: 4 sessions (15 min. sessions w 15 min in between)