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The Larry A. Jackson Library on Assembly Plaza Credits for Graphics and Photographs

Graphics, photographs, and images used on this site are copyright free and were derived from the following sources:

  • Thoemmes Press, 11 Great George Street, Bristol BS1, 5RR, UK.
  • Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Online,  Prints and Photographs Reading Room.
  • Portrait Gallery,  Perry-Castaņeda Library, University of Texas at Austin. UT Library Online.
  • Antiquity Project,  IronOrchid Photo Clipart.
  • The Story of Lander, scanned images from the Lander Archives. Thanks especially  to Dan Lee for locating early Lander resources for the history section of these pages.

Credits for the Philosophy Server and the Logic Lab

Thanks go to Bill Poston who first posed the possibility of a philosophy Web server. An immense debt is owed to John Archie, at the Greenwood Genetic Center, who set up the Philosophy Server and the lab computers .  As the system administrator for http://philosophy.lander.edu, he sustains security programs and patches; maintains all the services, applications, and logs; and trains students and faculty alike on the myriad uses of the server and the Logic Lab. 

SysAdmin John Archie, Trafalgar SquareThe setup and maintenance of the logic lab is also due to John Archie who is responsible for the building and installation of the computers; the networking, cabling and routing; the installation of OSs, applications, and programs; and hundreds of  hours of preparation, configuring, and tweaking. The Java Applets, MySQL, CGI, and Perl scripts he wrote make student learning in philosophy and logic interactive.  The faculty continue to be immensely grateful for his freely donated labor, insight, and implementations.

The service to the Lander Community by the Philosophy Server and the logic lab and its connection to the Lander network was ultimately made possible by the computer experts in the Office of Computing Services.  The encouragement and assistance of  Lander ITS and Mike Henderson makes our small network have an especially effective impact on student learning and enrichment at Lander University. 

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