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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES’ NEWSLETTER —
  , 4-29-83   NO. 405 A ’
April 29 Library Faculty Meeting, 8:30 a.m. , The Gallery _
May 8 1983 Oonmencement Exercises I
May 10 ACTS Meeting
g May 10-12,16,19 Training at UK A
May 13-14 Ohio Valley Group of Technical Service Librarians -
· Meeting
May 13-14 Children and Young Adu1t's Literature Workshop
May 19-20 Midwest Academic Library Conference
PLEASE NOTE: The next Green Bean will be issued on Friday, May 13th. Any , 4
itans submitted for this Green Bean must be in the Director's Office no ‘ ’
l later tha:n 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 10th. Emergency items can be submitted
1 to the editor by phone after the deadline. I
· Contributors; Jessie Adams, Faith Harders, Cecil Madison, Liz Pogue, Lynn
Shrewsbury, Teresa Starns, Paul Willis, and Gerry Webb (Editor)
lp PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506-0039

 is l V LETTER OF APPRECIATION TO INTER—LIBRAIU   · - I if ' 'A ' '
I Deaf Paul: 8 A
Q, A Last weekend I applied the finishing touches to a bibliography for a book I
am getting ready for publication consideration. In the process I came to A
realize the extent of the help and the valuable service rendered by the
Interlibrary Loan Division, and especially its director, Vivian MacQuovm.
. zh Over the seven years I have been working on this project, I cannot recall
one instance on which my requests for books and periodicals articles were A
not met with courtesy and prompt attention. The service was always exemplary,
even on those occasions when I showed my om ignorance of the King collections
and failed to locate materials already there. The ILL staff always cheerfully
and diplomatically informed me not only that the materials were on campus, but ‘
they also gave me the call number and location of the items needed.
I take great pleasure in commending the staff for their fine work.
- _ Sincerely, .
Wayne A. Wiegand .
, Associate Professor
College of Library and Information Science
p ACIS MEETING V
A The next ACTS meeting will be on May l0, 1983, at 9:00 a.m. in The Gallery.
A slide presentation will be given on Binder] preparation. After the
slide presentation Faith Harders will speak on the job reclassification.
I Because of the slide presentation all staff and faculty are invited to this 0 .
i meeting.
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l ~ 1983 CO1*’MENCEMEN‘I` EXERCISES — _ ‘ I
I Commencement exercises will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 8, l983, in
Memorial Coliseum. The- Academic Procession will form on the Avenue of Champions,
directly in front of the Coliseum at 3:30 p.m. In case of rain, the procession
will form in the corridors and concourses of the Coliseum. Academic apparel is
' required of the participants.
TRAINING AT UK
The workshops and training programs listed below are sponsored by the Lexington
Campus Personnel Division, Human Resource Development Department, and are
offered free of charge to University (non-faculty) employees. All programs
are held in Room l5 of Memorial Hall, and enrollment is limited to 25 participants.
To enroll, call the Human Resource Development Office, 7-l85l.
May l0-l2 Interviewing Q Selectgg’ Egnployees
May l6 Research Accounting _
May l9 . Making gig Transition Into ST;1P€I`VlSil._Q_I;_ln _

 OHIO VALLEY GROUP OF TECHNICAL SERVICE LIBRARIANS MEETING 4
The annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Group of Technical Service Librarians ‘
(OVGISL) will be held in louisville at the Galt House on May 13 and 14.
The theme of the conference is "I Don't Care What the Future Holds, But How
Do I Deal With It." Interesting speakers and workshops will be offered.
- Cone see what's happening for libraries in the future!
°" For more information contact: Lynn Shrewsbury, Catalog Department, or Alan
Schaplowsky, Acquisitions Department. A
INFORMATION FROM THE PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
Thoughtful placement of books on the shelves can limit damage incurred
by unnecessary and improper handling. They should not be placed on their
fore-edge. Shelves should not be loaded beyond their carrying capacity and,
wherever possible, space should be left for future expansion.
4 Books and records of permanent value must be protected from the deteriorating
effects of extrene variations in temperature and humidity, air pollution, the
energy in natural and artificial light, fire, mold, vermin, insects, and
water damage.
PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES V
Head, Arizona and Arizona Historical Foundation Collections, Arizona State
University Libraries. Salary: $21,500   ` Deadline: May   1983. p
Catalog Librarian/Supervisor of the OCLC Cataloging Unit, Arizona State 4
· University Libraries. Salary: $18,000   Deadline: June 1, 1983.
Reference Librarian/Education and Psychology Subject Specialist,   State
University Libraries. Salary: $16,300   Deadline: May 15, 1983.
Coordinating Cataloger, Automated Processing Department, Ohio State Univqsity
Libraries. Salary: $15,600-$18,600. Deadline: April 30, 1983.
General Cataloger, Ohio State University. Libraries. Salary: $15,600—$l8,000.
Deadline: April 30, 1983. V
Head, Monographic Acquisition Division, Ohio State University Libraries.
Salary: $20,040- $24,000. Deadline: April 30, 1983.
Librarian I, Southeastern Ohio Training Center. Salary: $14,300 beginning.
Deadline: not given.
Serials Cataloger, University of Florida. Salary: $15,150. Dead}-ine· .I·>.:}-¤.»· 1, Zi 
Social Sciences Cataloger, University of Florida. Salary: $l4,6Ciadliu.e:
July 1, 1983.
Reference Librarian, University of Delaware Library. Salary: $14,000 mirinim.
Deadline: May 13, 1983. »

 Head, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Salary: mid J ·"’  
j $20's. Deadline: July 1, 1983. ' `
I Science Reference Librarian/Bibliographer, University of Houston Libraries.
Salary: $15,500-$19,500. Deadline: July 1, 1983.
Associate Director for Collection Development, University of Wisconsin—Madison.
 »__` Salary: $40,000   Deadline: June 30, 1983.
I For further information, contact Faith. Harders.
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