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January 8 Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889, English novelist.
January 9 Carrie Chapman Catt, 1859-1947, American
women's rights leader.
January 10 Robinson Jeffers, 1887-1962, American poet
and playwright.
January 12 Jack London, 1876-1916, American author.
January 14 Albert Schweitzer, 1875-1965, Alsatian
philosopher, musician, physician, and winner
of the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize.
January 15 Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929-1968, Black
~ American civil rights leader, minister, and
winner of the 1968 Nobel Peace Prize.
Gallery Series: Citizen Diplomacy with the
Soviet Union: Transforming Enemies into
~ Friends": Lecture: Dr. Lance Brunner, Depart- ·
v' ment of Music.
January 18 Peter Mark Roget, 1779-1869, English
` physician, author of Roget's Thesaurus.
5 - January 19 Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849, American poet and
__ short story writer.
January 21 John Cabell Breckinridge, 1821-1875, 14th
A Vice—President of the United States.
January 22 George Gordon Byron, 1788-1824, English poet.
Next Green Bean: Friday, January 22, 1988.
Deadline: Friday, January 15, 1988.
Production Staff: Editor/typist: Bonnie Jean Cox;
Typist/proofreader: Carol Ranta; Printer:
Cecil Madison.
1 _ ,
1 In; Newsletter ef the Umversnty
  of Kentucky Lnbrarnes

 FROM THE E ITOR’S DESK tain information critical to my
l research. I am generally
Welcome _ ‘back from the pleased with the assistance I
holidays. The QB will resume receive from the library staff,
a normal schedule with this but I want you to know that I
issue. particularly appreciate the ex-
tra effort put forth by Ms.
The library is again offer- Sincerely,
ing orientation tours for new
students at the beginning of L. Randolph McGee,
the spring semester. We are Professor,
seeking volunteers to conduct Dept. of Economics
the tours, which will be held .
on January 19, 20, and 21 at
10:00 a.m., noon, and 2:00 p.m. ******
The tours generally last be-
tween 45 minutes and one hour.
If you are willing to conduct Joyce McKinley, immediate past
one or more of these tours, president of the Library Staff
please contact Rob Aken in Organization, received the fol-
Reference at 7-8397 for more lowing note:
details and an updated tour
outline. (Submitted by Rob
Aken.) I enjoyed the lovely
Christmas luncheon at the
‘ Alumni House.
It was good to see you at the
Karen Cline ........ Acquisitions other staff members and
Thank you for inviting me.
Jean Robinson...Technical Serv-
ices, retired. --Frances Kelley
Kim Stinnett .... Acquisitions V
ABOVE AND BEYOND Bonnie Cox of Collection
Development received the fol-
Mr. Willis recently received lowing letter:
the following letter:
Dear Bonnie:
Dear Dr. Willis:
The purpose of this letter Thank you so much for the
is to commend Ms. Elizabeth wonderful talk about the 1988 `
Karam of the Business Library. Women Writers Conference.
_ Over the past six months Ms. I really enjoyed hearing
Karam has gone beyond the, nor- about the beginnings and r-
mal call of duty to help me ob- pose of the Conference and I
. 2 '

 was able to use your informa- employees who need basic skills
tion in an article for the and literacy training. Called
Academic Support Services "Operation Read at UK", the
newsletter. Thanks for making program matches low-level and
my jobs so much easier! .... nonreaders with faculty, staff,
and students who wish to serve
Annaliese Bratcher as volunteer reading tutors.
, The volunteer tutors must
receive 15 hours of training
PHOTO EXHIBIT before beginning work` with
OPENING IN their assigned student
Although there are presently
no further on-campus training
All library staff are in- sessions scheduled (sessions
vited to the opening of a were held January 5, 6, and 7),
photograph exhibit and program it is sometimes possible to
that documents life in two work out other training for
eastern Kentucky coal company potential volunteers.
towns on Sunday, January 24, at Those interested in learning
2:00 in the Peal Gallery, King more about becoming a trained
Library North. volunteer tutor should call 7-
Selected photographs from 6331.
the "Harlan County Coal Camps,
Lynch and Benham, Kentucky: ARTS AND SCIENCES_FORUM
Cultural Transition from Rural
to Urban Communities, 1912- The second in the 1987-88
1948" will open in the Depart- series of Arts and Sciences
ment of Special Collections Forum lectures will be held on 4
with a special video presenta- Wednesday, February 3, at noon
tion and discussion led by Ann in the Peal Gallery, King
Shertz, Executive Assistant of Library North.
the Harlan County Coal Camps Percival Everett, Associate
Project. Professor of English, will
The large collection of over present a talk entitled "Novel
4,000 photographs is housed at and Novelist: the Problem of
Southeast Community College, Distance".
and additional photographs from
the collection will be on dis- ENGLISH LIBRARIES_A§Q
play at the Appalachian Center LIBRARIANSHIP: TOQR§_A§Q
and the Northside Branch of the SEMINARS
Lexington Public Library.
The collection will be on The University of Oklahena
display at all three sites and the Bodleian Library at Ox-
through February 28. ford University will be again
co-sponsoring a two-week series
OPERATION READ AT UK of tours and seminars at Oxford
University May 22 - June 4,
Through the Human Resource 1988.
Development department of the Participants will examine
Lexington Campus, the Univer- such concerns as the eve
` sity provides tutoring the increasing role of libraries in

 public service efforts, the MARYLAND
place of ligrarigs as a
; resource for cono ic poten- Information and Referral Serv-
tial, and the central founda- ices Specialist. Enoch Pratt
~ tion of libraries as a com- Free Library, Baltimore.
ponent of social life and cul- Salary: $24,126-28,811.
tural enrichment. Deadline: January 22, 1988.
The fee, which includes all
field trips and tuition, is MICHIGAN
; $750. Travel arrangements must
be made separately. Associate Dean of Libraries.
Three hours graduate credit Wayne State University.
is available for the seminar Salary: None specified.
through the University of Ok- Deadline: Open February 1,
lahoma. 1988 until position filled.
A brochure detailing further
information on the program is Biology Librarian. University
available in the Green Bean of- of Michigan. Salary: $23,000
fice. minimum. Deadline: January
30, 1988. `
ALABAMA Assistant Order Librarian.
Princeton University. Salary:
Interlibrary Loan Librarian. $20,500 minimum. Deadline:
University of Alabama. Salary: February 12, 1988.
' $20,000 minimum. Deadline:
}‘ May 2, 1988. OKLAHOMA
Q CALIFORNIA Head, Serials Department.
’ · University of Oklahoma.
Authorities Editing Salary: $28,111. Deadline:
Assistant/Original Cataloger. March 15, 1988.
University of California at
Berkeley. Salary: $24,012- OREGON
30,720. Deadline: February 1,
1988. Head, Catalog Department.
University of Oregon. Salary:
INDIANA $30,000-35,000. Deadline:
February 15, 1988.
. Science Information and Re-
search Coordinator (Chemistry, Systems Librarian. University
Physics & Mathematics). of Oregon. Salary: $22,000-
University of Notre Dame. 25,000. Deadline: February
Salary: $23,000 minimum. 15, 1988.
Deadline: February 1, 1988.
Assistant Professor, Organiza-
. tional Communication. C ;mson
` University. Salary: none

   specified. Deadline: March 1, Q Q
= 1988. j · {
` Head, Circulation Division. Q
Texas A & M University. =
· Salary: $32,000 minimum. A i
Deadline: January 15, 1988. ; I
Monographic Cataloger. Univer- ~M -fJ il
sity of Virginia. Salary: , ; r §
‘ $19,000 minimum. Deadline: · `1 _ 2
February 6, 1988. ‘ ..‘
Head, Library User Education ‘ n
Program. Washington State .. ,
University. Salary: $20,000- g
30,000. Deadline: March 15, ‘
1988. . {

’ I Listed below are the topics, dates and locations for the Solinet
winter workshop schedule. Complete information, including the cost of
_ ' each workshop for members and non-members is available in the Green
Bean office. ‘
Admin. Use of Micros Feb. 8th Miami, FL
Feb. 16th SOLINET
March 22nd Jacksonville, FL
_ March 24th Savannah, GA'
Advanced DBASE III March 1st SOLINET
Advanced PC/MS DOS Jan. 20th ‘ SOLINET
I Feb. 23rd SOLINET
Books Format Jan. 21st Memphis, TN
Jan. 26th SOLINET °
Book Repair Jan 28 & 29th Atlanta, GA
Communications with Feb.17th SMJNET
Microcomputers March 25th Savannah, GA
ILL March 2nd Charleston, SC `
, March 15th Lake Charles, LA
March 22nd St.Petersburg, FL .
Intro. to Electronic Feb. 29th SOLINET I
Filing Systems
Intro. to LANS March 7th SOLINET p
Intro. to LOTUS Jan. 21st A SOLINET
A March 31st Mobile, AL
Intro. to PC/MS DOS Jan. 19th SOLINET
Feb. 22nd SOLINET
March 30th Mobile, AL
·· M 3 X X /ME/ Te rmi n al Feb. 19th Research Triangle Park,
Software NC
March Ist Charleston, SC r
OCLC Basics Jan. 25th SOLINET
OCLC Communications & Feb. 4th SOLINET
Access Planning March 10th SOLINET
OCLC LINK/Reference Feb. Sth SOLINET
March 28th SOLINET A