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Number 509 August 21, 1987
August 21 Library faculty meeting
I August 22 Claude Debussy, 1862 - 1918. French musician and
August 24 Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD.
August 26 Classes begin for the Fall Semester. ‘
August 26 w0men's Equality Day
August 31 william Saroyan, 1908 — 1981. American writer and
Pulitzer-prize winner (for the play, The Time of
Your Life)
September 2 Great Fire of London. More than 13,000 houses in
London burned during a fire that raged for four days ‘
through the city in 1666. *
September 3_ Flre alarm test, King Libraries North and South
September 3 Britain declared war.aga1nst Germany in 1939.
Next Green Bean: Friday, September 4, 1987
Deadline for Inclusion: Friday, August 28, 1987_
Production Staff: Editor/typist —— Kerry Kresse; Typistl
proofreader —— Carol Ranta; Printer —- Cecil Madison.
K In.} Newsletter of the Umversnty
of Kentucky Lnbrarnes

 FROM THE EDITOR‘S DESK submitted with the payroll y
activation forms to Ann Howell
There have been a few in the D1rector's Office.
interesting developments since Student assistants hired
the last gg, and they affect before November 6 1986 that
most library employees. We are returnIng tH1s FaII to the
also have quite a few personnel same position will NOT need to
changes and additions since the submit an I-9 form. However,
last issue. in order to avoid confusion,
September is "Be Kind to PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF THAT FACT
Editors and Writers Month." ON THE STUDENT'S PAYROLL
Just thought you'd like to ACTIVATION FORM when you submit
know. Happy reading. —KK lt to the D:Lrector's Office.
If you have any questions,
please call Ann Howell at 257- ,
Cindy Cline ———— Kentucky 1
Newspaper Proj ect BRANCH LIBRARY HOURS {
Mary McLaren --- Head, FALL SEMESTER 1987
Acqulsl ons Department »
Miko Pattle -—— Head, Please note the following
Cataloging Department changes for the recently routed ,
Branch Library Hours schedule:
STAFF TRANSFERS Biology Library —— Room 313
Morgan Ha , not Room 101 ;
Barb Anderson -—·- Education Chemistry/Physics Library -- .
Library Room 150, no Room 125 1
Jeff Frey.--- Law Library Education Library -— Room 215 ?
S aron Harrod --- Law Library D _c ey Ha , not Room 204
.     q Engineering Library -- Room 355  
  .· . An erson Ha , not Room 177 f
recuperatlng until late UK FACULTY AND STAFF 2
September, Debbie Sogln will be j
her replacement. You may reach In a memo dated August 6, "
her in the Circulation President Roselle announced a
Department at 257-8405, or 257- new pol icy effect ive
2643. If you have ha.rdware immediately regarding
problems, call the Director's registration fees for full-time
Office. faculty and staff. The l
University will defray the
registration fee for up to six I
I-9 FORM UPDATE credits per semester. ‘
Employees are permitted to take
A reminder that all new one course per semester during
employees must fill out an I-9 work time. >>> Time away from I
form before they can work for work to take a course during
UK. The I-9 forms should be normal working hours must be

 made up during the week. Rates vary from $33.00 -· $66.00
If you would like to see a per night. The deadline for
copy of the memo from Dr. conference registration is
Roselle, please contact your September 24. The registration
supervi or. fee for the entire conference
1s $35.00 for KLA members,
$55.00 for non—members. Fees
KENTUCKY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION vary for one day registration,
FALL CONFERENCE and for registration on—s1te.
The schedule for the 1987
available. The conference will TRAINING PROGRAMS AT UK z
be held at the Drawbridge Inn
and Convention Center in Fort Human Resource Development
Mitchell from September 30 — has announced the following
October 2. Among the workshops. To register, please
presentors at the mini-sessions contact HRD at 257-1851. These
are UK library staff Rob Aken, workshops fill up quickly, so
Teresa Burgett, Brad Grissom, call soon.
Omer Hamlin, Judy Sackett,
Janet Stlth and Winn Thelrl. Wellness Worksho : Your Role ln
Two preconferences are tbe Prevention of Substance
being offered at this Abuse In tbe Workplace.
conference. They are Sept. 16, 2:00 - 4:30.
"Professlonal Development __,and·
Its Importance ln Llbraries," Office Procedures:
pre-sented by Kate Varner, FRS Training. Sept. 24 or
-· Jefferson Communlty College,}   Oc . 7
and "Libraries and—‘=Bus1ness¢:.   Monitored workload S stem
A Valuable Parltnershlp," (a description of tbe UK
presented by Barbara Shelby, system). Sept. 16
New Hor1z¤ns Planning Group, Payroll. Sept. 16 _
and Linda Wallace, ALA. Personnel. Dec. 2
Among others, featured Purchasing. Sept. 15 or
speakers include Julie Virgo, Nov. 17
"Planning Models for Special Sponsored Projects
L1brar:Les," Deborah Miller, Accoun lng. Sept. 30 or
"The Master Key is Money," Dec. 3 ‘
Richard W. Boss, "Keys to the Travel. Sept. 29 or Nov. 3
Future," and George Nicholson
and Judith Krug, "Book
Challenges: The Affect on PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Publishers, Authors and
Librarlans." A complete Human Resource Development
schedule has been mailed to all is sponsoring a special
KLA members, but call Kerry at management training course
257-5954 if you would like a entitled "Princzlples of
copy. Management.•• Held at the
Reservations for rooms at Carnahan Conference Center on
the Drawbridge Inn need to be Newtown Pike, the program will
7 submitted before September 30. be held Oct. 13-16 and Oct. 19-

 22 (eight days ln all) from wlll be charged for the first
8:00 — 3:00 each day. The cost child in a family, and an
is $200. The featured speakers additional $3.50 charge per
are Gene Childress, Executive child will be assessed. No
Director, State Government hourly charges will be made.
Services; Dr. Margaret Verble, For additional information,
of verble, worth and verble please contact Hope Kenny in
Consultants; Dr. Harold the Early Childhood Lab at 257-
Scharlatt, President, Training 7732.
and Development Associates;
· Margaret Jefflers, Jeffiers and
4 Associates, Tralnlng SPECFLYERS
Consultants; Linda Porter,
Training Speclallst, Human Planning for Management
Resources Development; and S a s cs, SPEC K #134, May
Marsha Collins, Manager of 1987, describes planning
Human Resource Development and techniques for the collection
Employee Relations. These and use of management
individuals will address the statistics. The areas which
topics of management practices, produce the most frequently
situational leadership, analyzed statistics are
motivation, communication about circulation, ILL, acquisitions,
performance, planning for cataloging, serials, and
maximum productivity, goal bindery. Ninety one ARL
setting and planning, problem libraries completed the survey.
solving, delegation,
interviewing _and selection, and Job Anal sis ln ARL Libraries,
handling disciplinary problems.·‘· SPEC KI% #135, June 1987,
For a copy of the describes the various
brochure, please call Kerry at techniques that ARL libraries
257-5954 or Human Resource use to analyze both
Development at 257-1851. .-gprofessional and non-
professlonal positions. The
surveys take into account
EVENING CHILD CARE changing staff roles, the use
of job analysis, and job
An evenlng chlld care analysis projects.
program will be available to
students and faculty for the ‘
Fall semester. The Department FORMER UK LIBRARY STAFF
of Family Studies and Academic
Support Services are sponsoring Barbara A. Gallk, former
this program. Supervised child reference librarian at UK, is
care will be provided for now the head of the Slavic
children ages 2 to ll on campus division and coordinator of
ln the Early Childhood Lab in area programs at the University
Erickson Hall Monday through of Michigan Library in Ann
Thursday evenings from 5:30 - Arbor.
9:30 pm. The service will be
available from August 26 to
December 18.
A fee of $5.00 per evening

Librarian. Barker mng1neer1ng
CALIFORNIA Library, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
Science Reference Librarian. Salary: $20,000 - 22,000.
University of California, Deadline: August 31, 1987.
Riverside. Salary: $24,012 —
$34, 452. Deadline: September Head Librarian Engineering and
· 30,1987. Science Libraries.
Massachusetts Institute of
GEORGIA Technology. Salary: $45,000+,
. commensurate with
Branch Librarian, Coastal Plain qualifications and experience.
Station. Unlverslty of Deadline: August 31, 1987.
Georgia. Salary: None given.
- Deadline: October 9, 1987. Associate Head for Collection
Management, Engineering and
INDIANA Science Libraries.
Massachusetts Institute of
Assistant, Associate, or Technology. Salary: $30,000+,
Librarian, Head, Interlibrary c o m m e n s u r a t e w 1 t h
Loan. Indiana University. qualifications and experience.
Salary: From $20,470, $25,650, Deadline: September 30, 1987.
$31,350. Deadline: September
15, 1987. NEW JERSEY
Assistant or Associate Documents Librarian. Rutgers
Librarian, Cataloger. Indiana University. Salary: $25,000+
Unlverslty. Salary: from depending upon qualifications
$20,470 - $25-,.650. Deadline: and experience. Deadline:
No earlier than August 15, None given.
1987. ‘ ·
Engineering Resource Librarian.
MASSACHUSETTS Rutgers University. Salary:
$28,500 minimum. Deadline:
Associate Head for Information November 1, 1987.
Services/Engineering and
Science Libraries. OREGON _
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. Salary: $30,000+, Head, Catalog Department.
c o m m e n s u r a t e w 1 t h University of Oregon. Salary:
qualifications and experience. $30,000 — 35,000. Deadline:
Deadline: August 31, 1987. October 1, 1987.
Assistant Science Librarian for PENNSYLVANIA
Life Sclences. Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. Foster Project Catalog
Salary: $23,000 — 26,000. Assistant. University of
Deadline: August 31, 1987. Pittsburgh. Salary:
commensurate with experience
and qualifications. Deadline: L
September 15, 1987.

Bibliographer. vanderbilt
University. Salary: $19,000.
Deadline: August 24, 1987.
User Services Librarian. ` L
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University. Salary:
. $19,000 minimum. Deadline:
October 1, 1987.
Cataloger. The Chrysler
Museum. Salary: $17,000
minimum. Deadline: August 31, _
Director of Bibliographic
Records Services. University
of virginia. Salary: $35,000+
depending upon qualifications
and experience. Deadline:
November 1, 1987.
Manuscripts Librarian,
Manuscripts, Archives and ·
Sgaeczieal ..Cc>l].ec:ti.or1s.
washington State un1vers1ty..-"w__.m ,_._
Salary: commensurate with ‘:’‘“ "‘ .
qualifications and experience.
Deadline: October 15, 1987. _
Rare Books and Special
Collections Librarian.
Washington State University. `
Salary: commensurate with
qualifications and experience.
Deadline: October 15, 1987.
Science/Social Sciences
Cataloger. University of
Washington. Salary: $21,000
minimum. Deadline: No later
than 5:00 pm Friday, October
2, 1987.