Library details: Centennial Library is an Academic library.
This library is affiliated with Edward Waters College (view map) . The collection of the library contains 30000 volumes. The library circulates 14768 items per year. The library serves a population of 744 students, faculty and staff.
Other Info: The Centennial Library is a repository of primary and secondary source materials as well as a wealth of artifacts and papers that serve to support the mission and programs of the College. The Library is also home to the OBI SCOTT UMUNNA Museum of African art and Artifacts. In addition to services and resources, the Library also contains about 100 study carrels, a small conference room (must be reserved before us), Computer workstations with computers for research use only, a Bloomberg computer station, and a foyer with comfortable furniture. The 2nd and 3rd floors of the centennial building also contain 3 computer labs and 4 classrooms.
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Administration: The director of the library is Carmella Martin .
Control: The library is part of a privately-funded organization. It operates on a Non-profit financial model.
Academic Level: The library Serves an educational institution at the University level. The Carnegie Foundation designates this institution as: Baccalaureate Colleges-General (level 32).
|2012 Expenditures Reported to National Center for Education Statistics|
|Product Name||Year Contracted|
|Current Automation System||Symphony||2008|
|Previous Automation System||Library.Solution||2003|
|Previous Automation System||KLAS|
|(* Older versions of SirsiDynix Symphony were called Unicorn)|
|This library is responsible for the procurement of the library automation system.|
Record History: This listing was created on Aug 25, 1998 and was last modified on Dec 23, 2014.
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