On September 7, William Carey Library Orientation was held at Olivet University main campus, led by the university librarian, Mrs. Ma, who was hired Nov., 2005 and has been brought us the great help and advice.
Dr. William L. Wagner has made a generous gift to Olivet University's library from his personal collection of theological books. The donation adds nearly 2,000 titles to the University's current holdings, and will support the library in critical areas of the school's mission, especially in the areas of bible and theology.
Aspiring to support Asia-related Christian studies and make Olivet into a leading center of these studies internationally, the University has announced the launch of the Asian Library Initiative, beginning in mid-June.
An academic library is not an end in itself: it supports the mission of the institution. Olivet library and information technology personnel have partnered to ensure that the school's library will develop
It's May, and Olivet University is buzzing about library development. Key administrators believe Olivet's working plan for augmenting and distributing the library's current resources across academic programs and language groups heralds a season of change.
Recent developments in the Art & Design Library and Journalism Library at Olivet are stirring excitement within the University's faculty, staff and student communities. These libraries are cooperating to secure the addition of new titles to match the lineup of course offerings in the Olivet College of Art & Design (OCAD) and the Olivet College...
On Oct. 22, a shipment of approximately 10,000 Korean-language books arrived at Olivet University. The shipment, which departed from Korea on July 30 and arrived at the Port of San Francisco, was made possible with help from Olivet University ministry partners.
As JCM attendance at Olivet University's main campus continues to increase with each semester, Jubilee College staff has began to place an emphasis on building up the school's library.
Dedicated to equip tomorrow's pastors and ministers with greater knowledge to confront the challenges of the church today, Olivet University will place its effort in compiling greater resources for students and faculties. For the coming fall semester, the top priorities include pastoral resources and training materials.
Today, August 14, thirty cubicles were finally disassembled and removed from the 1,400 sq. ft. space of OU building, where the central library will be established. These cubicles will be replaced by around 44 bookshelves which are scheduled to arrive on the 30th of this month.
The College of IT has recently collected a series of online books and resources specifically geared towards software engineers and IT developments. These will prove to be valuable in the development and progression of our library. About a hundred have already been submitted.
Five thousand books were added to the William Carey Library last week as a new shipment of books in a recent load came in from Los Angeles. Books were chosen by Olivet faculty and are expected to enhance mainly the theology section of the library.
Olivet University's main campus facilities are now located at 250 4th Street in downtown San Francisco, formerly used as the site of the University of California Berkeley San Francisco Extension Campus.
Renovations for Olivet University's William Carey Library that began late last year are expected to be completed in time to greet new and returning students beginning classes for the 2005 spring semester.