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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES’ NEWSLETTER
  » 6-10-83 No, AO8
 
June l0 ISO Picnic I
PLEASE NOIE: The next Green Bean will be issued 0n Friday, June 24th. 4
V Any items submitted for this Green Bean must be in the Director's_Office
no later than l0 a.m. on Tuesday June 21st. Emergency itans can be
submitted to the editor by phone after the deadline;
Contributors: Jessie Adams, Faith Harders, CecilMadison, Liz Pogue,
Toni Powell, Ann Short, Paul Willis, and Gerry Webb (Editor)
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET 1. K1Nc LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LExINcT0N, KY. 405060039

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I LIBRARY FACULTY MEETING
The next library faculty meeting will be on Friday, September l6 at
_ Shakertown, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Details about lunch and the agenda
wi.ll be out later in the summer. F
. P.W. _ 1
  AGRICULTURE LIBRARY HOURS EXTENDED '
` Beginning June- 13 the Agriculture Library will observe the following ·
schedule: » t
Minday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. I
Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
_ Saturday and Sunday, Closed ‘
These hours will be in effect through Thursday, August 4.
I LETIER OF APPRECIATION FOR _'I'IiE_ KENTUCKY REVIEW I
Mr. Bradley O. Grissom ' .
I Editor, The Kentucky Review ‘
University o Kentucky Library
Lexington, Ky. 40506 _
Dear Mr. Grissom:
¤ Some months ago this Library acquired, at my suggestion, a copy of The
V Kentucky Review, IV, no. l (l982), that is devoted to the W. Hugh Pea`]? ‘
; Cb ection. Not having been notified of its arrival, I did not- have an
;, opportunity to examine it until today. The issue is such a valuable
bibliographical reference tool that I wish to buy E personal copy gf Q,
and I enclose my check for $3.50 to that enai
p_ With all good wishes, V . I
_ p Sincerely, _ .
Donald H. Reiman, Editor i I
Shelley gg His Circle
The Carl H. warzasrm Library ‘
New York, New York l00l7
- LIL BLACKBURN COMPIETES UK STAFF TRAINING PROGRAM _
Lil Blackburn has completed the University of Kentucky staff training
program "What Every Supervisor Should Know," sponsored by the Personnel
Division, Lexington Campus. This program involved over 60 hours of
classroom instruction and was designed to increase skills in managing
people, to develop a positive and proper attitude, and to help the I
participants effectively perform their jobs.

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NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY TO SPONSOR WORKSHOP AT UK
` The National Agricultural Library will sponsor several intensive level
AGRICOLA, CRIS, and CALS workshops in 1983. These workshops are designed
to train librarians and information specialists in the efficient use of
NAL information systems and services. One of the workshops will be held
at the University of Kentucky, August l-5, 1983.
  Each workshop will emphasize online access to the CRIS (_current research
information) and AGRICOIA (agricultural literature) data bases, as well
as the provision of CALS (current awareness service). The seminars are
designed to provide an overview of NAL services and an introduction to
information retrieval through the AGRIOOIA, CKLS, and CALS.
Twenty persons will be accepted for each workshop, with preference being
given to individuals within the USDA community, the land—grant or agricultural
universities, and other cooperating institutions. Individuals wishing to
attend the seminar should submit their request on letterhead stationery to:
Educational Resources Staff, National Agricultural Library, Room 1402, ATIN:
D. Hoyt, Beltsville, Maryland 20705. Requests for enrol].ment must be received -
. ~ at least 2 weeks prior to the workshop date.
NEW JOURNAL SOLICITING MANUSCRIPTS - I
Wilson Luqu-ire, Editor-in—Chief of RESIN, Resource Shargg' gl Information
Networks, invites you tosubmit articles for publication in this new journal.
The editorial address is 2737 Krishjre Drive, Charleston, Illinois 6l920, I
phone (217) 345-5140.
INFORMATION FROM THE PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
a Fluctuations in temperatures are undesirable because many library materials I
L are made up of several component materials that absorb heat and expand at
different rates.
Heat is a treacherous agent of deterioration. We cannot see library materials
expanding and contracting nor can we see chemical reactions occuring. The
I results, _however, are all too obvious—»brittle paper, cracked and warped
leather bindings and flaking photographic images.
The rate of deterioration can Significantly be reduced by lowering temperatures.
Library materials stored at 70 F will deteriorate approximately half as fast
as library materials stored at 790 F.
- UK LIBRARY SYSTEMS OPPORTUNITIES .
Grade 6 SOLINET
Grade 8 Education
If interested, see Ann Short.

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PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES _ `*~
Original Cataloging Librarian, Dartmouth College Library. Salary: $15,000 _
  Deadline: June 30, 1983. A
. Head of Technical Services, Indiana University Library at South Bend.
Salary: $16,000   Deadline: July 7, 1983.
  Business-Documents Specialist, louisiana State University Library. Salary: z
$15,400   Deadline: July 1, 1983.
Curator, Archives Department, louisiana State University Library. Salary: `
$15,400   Deadline: August l, 1983.
Serials Cataloger, louisiana State University Library. Salary: $15,400
  Deadline: June 30, 1983.
Business Librarian, Rice University library. Salary: $18,000  
Deadline: July 1, 1983.
Technical Services Library, Kilmer Library, Rutgers University.
. ` Salary: $18,144   Deadline: July 15, 1983.
Reference Librarian for Business (2 positions available), Graduate School `
of Business Administration Library, New York University. Salary: $20,000
  Deadline: June 30, 1983.
English and American language and Literature/Linguistics Bibliographer,
Syracuse University Libraries. Salary: $17,500 minimum. Deadline: July 15, 1983.
Psycholo ical & Social Sciences Librarian, Purdue University Libraries.
Salary: $17,000   Deadline: August 31, 1983.
s Library Systems/Planning Officer, State University of New York Library at
Stony Brook. Salary: $23,000-$26,000. Deadline: July 15, 1983.
Head, Circulation Department, State University of New York Library at .
Stony Brook. Salary: $20,000   Deadline: July 15, 1983.
Executive Director, Universal Serials and Book Exchange (USBE) . Salary: _
$30,000   Deadline: June 15, 1983.
Staff Services Librarian, University of Georgia Libraries. Salary: $17,000
  Deadline: July 8, 1983.
Dociments Librarian, Yale University Library. Salary: $23,000 minimum.
Deadline: June 30, 1983.
librarian, Yale University Medical Library. Salary: $32,000.
Deadline: August 31, 1983.
University Librarian, George Washington University. Salary: $40,000 minimum.
Deadline: September 1,1983.
For further information, contact Faith Harders.