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Wingate University Archives Research Policy

May 1st, 2007 by Debbie Hargett in Archives
Photo Courtesy: Keith Lassiter

Photo Courtesy: Keith Lassiter

The University Archives (UA) collection exists to organize and preserve significant materials and documents which relate to Wingate School/College/ University and the Charles A. Cannon personal papers collection for future generations.

The collections are maintained by Debra H.  Hargett. MLIS (Reference/ Periodicals and Special Collections Librarian)and Richard S. Pipes. MLIS (Collection Development Librarian) as an extension of the Ethel K. Smith Library. UA supports researchers in understanding the education community, traditions, and history of Wingate School/College/ University and the Cannon Collection.

A non-circulating policy applies to the collections. Guidelines for using the    collections include a minimum notice of at least two weeks in advance of the date needed. Fees do apply and depend upon the nature of the request. Due to condition, not all materials are available for duplication.

For more information regarding Archives policies and procedures, please visit: http://library.wingate.edu/policy/appendix_b.html


Wingate University Archives Research Policy

February 4th, 2007 by Debbie Hargett in Archives
Photo Credit: Keith Lassiter

Photo Credit: Keith Lassiter

The University Archives (UA) collection exists to organize and preserve significant materials and documents which relate to Wingate School/College/ University and the Charles A. Cannon personal papers collection for future generations.

The collections are maintained by Debra H. Hargett, MLIS (Reference/ Periodicals and Special Collections Librarian) and Richard S. Pipes, MLIS (Collection Development Librarian) as an extension of the Ethel K. Smith Library, UA supports researchers in understanding the education community, traditions, and history of Wingate School/College/ University and the Cannon Collection.

A non-circulating policy applies to the collections. Guidelines for using the collections include a minimum notice of at least two weeks in advance of the date needed. Fees do apply and depend upon the nature of the request. Due to condition, not all materials are available for duplication.

For more information regarding Archives policies and procedures, please visit: http://library.wingate.edu/policy/appendix_b.html


New Library Policies

September 10th, 2004 by Ashley Shealy in Features

Drink Policy

The Library has made some changes regarding polices concerning the use of closed container drink bottles and coffee mugs. Patrons of the library may now bring in drink bottles with lids and coffee mugs with closed tops. These items are welcome only in certain restricted areas of the Library. They are NOT allowed in the stacks. When in the computer lab or AV Auditorium the drink containers must be kept away from the electrical equipment and on the floor with the tops closed. We appreciate your cooperation as we implement the new policy. If you have any questions or need further explanation as to what is an “acceptable” container you can look at the display which is located under the window in the Lobby of the library or on the Library website in our Policy Handbook in Section 1.E Food, Drink, and Tobacco Products.

Late fines/ Book Checkout

The new book fine for books returned after the date stamped on the Due Date card is 25¢ per book per day. Please be sure to check the Due Date and return items promptly. Wingate University Students are now allowed to have a max of 12 books checked out to their account at one time. FOL members are allowed to have a max of 6 items checked out to their account at any one time.


A Change in Library Procedure

October 27th, 2003 by Ashley Shealy in Circulation

Videos, DVD’s, CD’s and other multimedia items have always been available for Faculty to peruse freely in the Closed Stacks. Unfortunately, the Library has suffered many disappearances of these items over the past few years. In an effort to track usage of these items and traffic, a secure area has been constructed to house all Videos, DVD’s, etc. A Library Staff member will be happy to open the area and retrieve an item or assist you in locating one. Call numbers will be very useful from this point forward. Thank you.