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Faculty Information

The details about new resources, requesting material for the collection, placing items on reserve, and other nuts and bolts information about Memorial Library for Berry College faculty.

Library Orientation for BCC 100

We invite BCC 100 instructors and mentors to request a library orientation presentation for their BCC 100 classroom.

This presentation includes the following: 

  • General information about the library
  • An overview of library collections and resources
  • Student circulation privileges 
  • An explanation of research help services 
  • A tour of the library website and catalog searching


Questions? Need something different? Contact Morgan Stansell, Outreach and Engagement Librarian at

If you would like to schedule a Berry History session, please contact the Berry College Archivist, Michael O’Malley

Link to full text library resources

Off campus access to most of Memorial Library's e-resource subscriptions is limited to Berry students, faculty and staff. A few resources require users to set up personal accounts, but most rely on an intermediate authentication platform that prompts researchers to enter their Berry College Active Directory credentials.

Memorial Library uses OpenAthens to provide off-campus access to subscribed eresources. With OpenAthens you can use either a specially formatted link OR an institutional access link that is included on the resource itself.

The method of capturing the link varies from source to source. In general, look for something called a stable link or permalink. For more detail, check out our Permalinks how-to.

Transfer Physical Office Files to the Archives

The Berry College Archives would like to facilitate the transfer of physical office files concerning the College’s history that you may have sitting in your office. These documents are not current and/or consulted regularly and should be transferred to the Archives for long-term preservation and access.

  1. View the Records Management and You document.
  2. Fill out the Transfer Form
  3. Make an appointment with the College Archivist. Bring your filled-out form and documents.

Contact College Archivist, Michael O’Malley (706-238-5886, or set up an appointment