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Last Updated: Jun 5, 2017 URL: http://guides.bainbridge.edu/content.php?pid=706800 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Library Hours

Main Campus Library

Sunday Closed
Monday 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed

Early County Library

Sunday Closed
Monday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Tuesday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Wednesday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Thursday 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
 

Statistics

FY 2017 (To Date)

  • Classes Taught: 49
  • Students Taught: 778

FY 2016

  • Classes Taught: 36
  • Students Taught: 531

FY 2015

  • Classes Taught: 44
  • Students Taught: 845

FY 2014

  • Classes Taught: 55
  • Students Taught: 1,231

FY 2013

  • Classes Taught: 30
  • Students Taught: 537

FY 2012

  • Classes Taught: 45
  • Students Taught: 702

FY 2011

  • Classes Taught: 68
  • Students Taught: 921

FY 2010

  • Classes Taught: 42
  • Students Taught: 734

FY 2009

  • Classes Taught: 45
  • Students Taught: 758

FY 2008

  • Classes Taught: 69
  • Students Taught: 1,251

FY 2007

  • Classes Taught: 41
  • Students Taught: 588

FY 2006

  • Classes Taught: 20
  • Students Taught: 265
 

Mission of Library Instruction

The mission of library instruction is to encourage the development of information literacy and critical thinking skills, enabling students to successfully meet academic requirements and become life-long learners.

 

Goals of Library Instruction

  • To develop critical thinking skills in students as they find, use, and evaluate information
  • To build strong collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, and students
  • To provide information literacy instruction to allow for access
  • To establish a system of assessment of student learning outcomes for all library instruction
  • To periodically evaluate the library instruction program and make revisions as necessary

 

Library Orientation Topics

One of the primary goals of the library is to provide quality instruction opportunities for Bainbridge State College students. The library can provide instruction for classes on any topic that is requested for an assignment or library instruction in a general format.

The following topics can be addressed during library instruction sessions. If you have a specific topic for your class, please inform the librarian when you make your request.

Using Gil-Find

  • search strategies
  • Gil-Find Express
  • Interlibrary Loan

Using GALILEO

  • search strategies
  • Peer-reviewed vs. popular sources

Citation Creation

  • reference sources for citation styles (style manual, OWL Purdue, etc.)
  • creating citations in a specific citation style

Avoiding Plagiarism

  • deciding when to cite
  • how to cite a direct quote vs. a paraphrase
 

Content Credit

Some of the content on our Library Instruction LibGuide has been borrowed and edited from Georgia Southwestern State University's Library Instruction website.

 

Contact a Librarian!

Bainbridge Main Campus

 

Circulation Desk

p: 229.248.3797

f: 229.248.2589

library@bainbridge.edu

 

Michelle Barsom

Library Director

p: 229.248.3792

michelle.barsom@bainbridge.edu

 

Heather Battenberg

Associate Librarian, GIL Express/Interlibrary Loan

p: 229.248.3793

heather.battenberg@bainbridge.edu

 

Chandra Anderson-Casteel

Library Assistant

p: 229.248.3795

ccasteel@bainbridge.edu

 

Kaye Guterman

Library Associate, Faculty Liaison

p: 229.248.3794

kguterma@bainbridge.edu

 

Martha Mitchell

Library Associate, Cataloging

p: 229.248.3796

mmitchel@bainbridge.edu

 

Early County Site

 

Jan Barron

Media Specialist

p: 229.724.2430

jan.barron@bainbridge.edu

 

Gayle Anderson

Library Technician

p: 229.724.2430

gayle.anderson@bainbridge.edu

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