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Secret Weapon

3 Ways to Unnecessarily STOP New Program Development

“Our job is to educate, and any involvement with Financial Aid will just complicate our mission.” Historically, that has been the mindset of academia in general and the administrative divisions of colleges, universities and seminaries, in particular. This is especially true as education access becomes more complex, including such delivery methods as massive open online […]

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Biblically-based Counseling Resources: A Fresh Look

“I need help,” a student worker confides. “I don’t know who to talk to.” Academic librarians may often find themselves in counseling situations.  More importantly, they need to assure that the resources are available for supporting courses in counseling… or even for helping another student or faculty member who needs these kinds of materials. The […]

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