The keynote speaker is Dr. Ralph Russell, University Librarian at Georgia State University, who will be speaking on the GALILEO project. Dr. Fred Roper, Dean, College of Library and Information Science, University of South Carolina will present the closing remarks.
Three Concurrent Sessions will be given twice--once in the morning and again in the afternoon. Presenters will be Steve Snow, Project Director at the Public Library of Charlotte & Mechlenburg County; Doris Sigl, Networked Resources Team and Bao-Chu Chang, Principal Cataloger at North Carolina State University; and W endy Scott, Personnel Librarian at North Carolina State University. A panel discussion on connecting North Carolina will feature Jordan Scepanski, Director, Triangle Research Libraries Network; Sandra Cooper, State Librarian, State of North Carolina L ibrary; and David S. Ferriero, University Librarian and Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University.
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Baldwin, David A. The academic librarian's human resources handbook: employer rights and responsibilities. Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1996. Z675.U5 B278 1996
Benton Foundation. Buildings, bo oks, and bytes: libraries and communities in the digital age : a report on the public's opinion of library leaders' visions for the future. Washington, D.C.: Benton Foundation, 1996. Z678.9.A4 U6185 1996
Checklist of library building design considerati ons. 3rd ed. Chicago: American Library Association, 1997. Z679.2.U54 C44 1997
Creating the future: essays on librarianship in an age of great change. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., c1996. Z731 .C78 1996
Daubert, Madeline J. Control of administrativ e and financial operations in special libraries. Washington, DC: Special Libraries Association, c1996. Z675.A2 D38 1996
Intner, Sheila S. Standard cataloging for school and public libraries. 2nd ed. Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1996. Z693 .I 56 1996
Kenney, Anne R., 1950. Digital imaging for libraries and archives. Ithaca, N.Y.: Dept. of Preservation and Conservation, Cornell University Library, . Z681.3.D53 K36 1996
Kibirige, Harry M. Foundations of full text electronic informatio n delivery systems: implications for information professionals. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, c1996. TK6710 .K53 1996
Kingma, Bruce R. The economics of information: a guide to economic and cost-benefit analysis for information professionals. Library and information science text series. Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1996. HD47.4 .K56 1996
Kingma, Bruce R. The economics of access versus ownership: the costs and benefits of access to scholarly articles via interlibrary loan and journal subsc riptions. New York: Haworth Press, c1996. Z692.S5 K53 1996
Managing change in academic libraries. Binghampton, N.Y. : Haworth Press, c1996. Z675.U5 M3285 1996 and Law Stacks Z675.U5 M3285 1996
Singerman, Robert. American library book catalogues, 1801- 1875: a national bibliography. Champaign, Ill.: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, c1996. Z674 .I52 no. 203/204
Technical services workstations: a SPEC kit. SPEC kit, 213. [Washington, DC ( 21 Dupont Circle, Washington 20036)]: Association of Research Libraries, Office of Management Services,c1996. Z678.93.M53 T35 1996
For a list of new titles at the SILS Library visit http://sils.unc.edu/itrc/library/newbooks.html
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Carol Jenkins attended a seminar on "cost containment and academic restructuring" put on by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges on October 23-24 in Washington; as a representative of the UNC faculty execu tive committee. She also attended the American Medical Informatics Association fall symposium in Washington on October 27-29 in Washington. This symposium focuses on applications of information technology to health care generally. At their exhibits ses sion, the new WWW-based UNCLE was featured. Carol also attended the annual Association of American Medical Colleges meeting from Nov 7-12 in San Francisco. At this meeting the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries,a component group of AAMC, a lso meets. Carol completed a seven year stint on the Legislative Task Force of this group, which has lobbied Congress on funding, intellectual property, and other issues of importance to health sciences libraries. Carol also participated on a panel with faculty and publisher representatives discussing copyright in the digital age, to basic sciences faculty. The AAMC showcased information technology as a theme of its general sessions this year for the first time.
Lynn Eades presented a hands-on sessio n at the Association of North Carolina Health and Science Libraries Fall Conference on November 15th. The hands-on session was titled "Exploring the Internet with Netscape: Tips for Instructors and Students." She also updated her "Selected Sites in the Sciences" webliography. It can be accessed at http://www.iat.unc.edu/guides/irg-26.html
Diane McKenzie has been elected President-elect of the Association of North Carolina Health and Science Libraries. Lynn Eades continues as chair of the Membership Committee.
On Friday December 6th, Jan Daquila gave a day-long seminar on WWW publishing, "Behind the Web," at the Friday Center.
William M. Shaw, Professor, participated with Bob Sumner (SILS Ph.D. student) in the fifth Text Retrieval Confer ence (TREC-5) in Gaithersburg, MD. This series of conferences, focusing on large-scale retrieval experimentation, is hosted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Sumner's results were the best in their category.
Diane H. Sonnenwald, As sistant Professor, attended the CSCW'96 conference (Computer-Supported Cooperative Work). She also submitted a journal paper titled "From translation to navigation of different discourses: A conceptual framework for the selection of search terms." Professor Mirja Iivonen from the University of Oulu, Finland was a co-author.
Helen R. Tibbo, participated in the Cultural Heritage Documentation and Education focus group meeting, sponsored by the Getty Information Institute, on October 18th and 19th in Balti more, MD. She also attended the South Eastern Library Association meeting in Lexington, KY, October 24-26th and reported on SILS's efforts to collaborate with the Public History department of NCSU on allied archival offerings. She gave a paper entitled, "Will the trees be found in the forest: Subject access in national bibliographic databases," at the Library Research Seminar I, held at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, on October 31-Nov. 2. Helen also attended the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC) Fall Meeting in Wilmington, DE, held Nov. 8th-9th. At the meeting she led an afternoon-long session on Archival Outreach and Advocacy.
Barbara Wildemuth, Associate Professor, received the Best Theoretical Paper Award for her paper pr esented at the Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care (a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association) in March 1996. The paper, "A comparison of hypertext and Boolean access to biomedical information," was co-authored with Ch arles P. Friedman, Mburu Muriuki, Stephen P. Gant, Stephen M. Downs, and Ruth de Bliek.
Ron Bartholomew served as Technical Coordinator for the Middle East Studies Association of North America Film Fest. The Film Fest is an ongoing event held during the a nnual meeting in Providence, Rhode Island November 20-24, 1996. This was Ron's 12th year of involvement with the technical aspects of the Film Fest. Through his contact with the Association numerous international specialists have used or consulted with t he Nonprint Collection of the UNC-Chapel Hill Undergraduate Library. A majority of the 1200 registered participants of the meeting are professors and specialists in the Middle East. Among attendees was Ellen Fairbanks Bodman, a world renown specialist on films of the Middle East and the Islamic world. She serves as the Middle East Film Consultant to the UNC-Chapel Hill Academic Affairs Library.
Dick Shrader attended the annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association in Little Rock, Arkansas, October 31-November 2, 1996.
Bob Anthony spoke on "Readi ng a Man Through His Books: Governor David Stone (1770-1818) and His Library" at a subscription dinner at Hope Historic Plantation in Bertie County, N.C. on November 8, and on November 9 gave the dedicatory address at the opening of the Margaret Long Tyle r Library at Hope. Bob gave a slide-illustrated talk, "Waking Up Rip Van Winkle: The Development of the North Carolina Collection," at Carol Woods Retirement Center in Chapel Hill on November 21, and attended the annual meeting of the North Carolina Lite rary and Historical Society in Raleigh on November 22.
Alice Cotten attended the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Paul Green Foundation at Weymouth in Southern Pines on November 2. She has been appointed to the production staff of The Thom as Wolfe Review , whose editorial offices have moved to this campus. She installed an exhibit in Davis Library featuring creative writers from this campus, emphazing the literary holdings of the North Carolina Collec tion.
Neil Fulghum spoke on "Exhibiting Library Materials" at the fall meeting of the Society of North Carolina Archivists in Greenville, N.C. on October 18.
H.G. Jones presented a paper on the first outside contact with the Copper Eskimos at the meetin g of the Society for the History of Discoveries in Portland, Maine on November 1 and conducted research in North Carolina maps in the British Library in London November 8-12.
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