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April 2 Oryx Press Visit
April 3 Fire Alarm Test I
April 5 Library Faculty Meeting,
8:30 a.m. in Peal Gallery
April 5, 12, 19 IBM PC Seminars l
April 10-12 Academic Library Section/KLA-
Spring Conference
April 12: Peal Gallery Series I
April 15-16 Using Federal Government Statistics
April 26-27 Spring Book Sale
May 9-l0 LOEX Library Instruction Workshop
May 20 Introduction to Microcomputer
Database Management
Next "Green Bean" issue: Friday, April 12, 1985
Deadline for inclusion: Monday, April 8, 1985
Production Staff: Cecil Madison, Sandy Hardwick,
Rob Aken (editor)

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Dear Library Personnel:
A On behalf of the 198M United Way Campaign, I would like to thank
you for your assistance in making this campaign our most
successful yet. You deserve much thanks and praise for your
I The Library's goal in 198N was $6,M23.N8, but with your help the
` . gifts exceeded that goal by one percent. The Library's donation»
· of $6,U63.52 he1ped—the University donate $23U,663.
Your contributions will benefit many people in our community.
Thank you! A
Ann C. Fister
Vice Chairperson,
Academic Support Units
198N UK United Way Campaign
Oryx Press Visit
0n Tuesday, April 2, Arthur H. Stickney, Director of Editorial
Development for Oryx Press, will be on campus to visit with
prospective authors. He is particularly interested in developing
reference works, data bases, and practical library professional
works. If you wish to set up a meeting or telephone discussion, p
call (602) 25M-6156.
The upcoming UK Roundtable Programs on UKTV and the Local
Origination channel include the following:
The Breckinridge Collection
Channel 16 March 30, 9:30 p.m.
March 31, 10:30 p.m.
Channel 9 April l, noon
April 2, 5:00 p.m.
April M, 9:00 p.m.
- April 6, 1:30 p.m.
April 7, 8:00 p.m.

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j The Kentucky Newspaper Project
·? Channel 16 April 3, 7:30 p.m.
April 5, 9:30 a.m.
j April 6, 9:30 p.m.
> April 7, 10:30 a.m.
0, · Spring Book Sale . C
6 The Library Associates will again be sponsoring the annual Book
Sale Friday and Saturday, April 26 and 27. Both days of the Book
" Sale will be conducted in King South. The University Press of
Kentucky and the Lexington Theological Seminary Library will also
be participating in the sale this year. Contributions of books,
magazines, LP records, etc. are gladly being accepted in
Collection Development. We will need Library Staff volunteers to
assist with the Book Sale. Hours for the event will be 9:00 a.m.
- M:00 p.m. both days. Anyone interested in volunteering may .
contact Paula Pope at 7-IM66. Also, Paula will be happy to
accept any extra paper sacks you might have to bag books at the ,
sale. (Paula Pope) j
North Gallery Renamed Q
{ In honor of W. Hugh Peal, the King North Gallery has been é
officially renamed the W. Hugh Peal Gallery. §
ARL Statistics, 1983-l98M é
The ARL Statistics for 1983-8M show the University of Kentucky E
falling from M9th to 51st ranking in overall library size. In _ g
volumes and professional staff, UK maintained its 51st rankings. g
In volumes added, UK fell from 75th to 78th (by adding 51,523 ;
volumes). In microform holdings Kentucky dropped a notch from g
1Uth to 15th; in current serials holdings, from 20th to 25th. ;
Nonprofessional staff ranking rose from 6Mth to 62 and total g
staff from 61st to M9th. §
Materials expenditures showed a large drop, from Ulst to 6Hth, as f
did materials and binding expenditures (M6th to 6Mth). Salaries T
and wages ranking fell from 53rd to 70th. Total operating I
expenditures fell from 5Uth to 6Uth. i
ILL statistics showed a rise in total items lent ranking, from j
U5th to 39th; while in items borrowed Kentucky ranked 39th (down ;
from 23rd).
Current serials expenditure ranking dropped from 3Hth to U3rd. §

Coarser group rankings show less change, with materials and
r binding expenditures, total items loaned, and current serials
‘ expenditures reflecting group order changes.
These figures include the UK Libraries System and the Medical
Library but exclude the community colleges.
ARL Statistics are available in the Reference Department
_‘ (Ref/Z/675/.U5/A78). -
Fisher, Royal P. Information Systems Security. Englewood,
Cliffs: Prentice~Hall, l§UU. *THF/55H8.2/.FM7U/l98M) _
The following is the seventh part of a special nine part series
drawn from Mary Ruth Brown*s article in ThemEncyclopedia of
Library and Information Sciences
Associate Libraries
July l96M was an important date for the Agricultural Experiment
{ Station Library since it moved into new quarters, changed its
name to Agriculture Library, and became administratively a part
of the University of Kentucky Library System all in the same
month. Over the next few years it absorbed all departmental
collections in the College of Agriculture and is, at present, one
of the largest campus libraries.
The Law Library, second largest campus library, traces its
history back to l909. It holds a somewhat unique position in the
Library System in that it is funded in part by the system and
partly by the College of Law, with the head holding a joint
appointment. This largely noncirculating library moved inte _
spacious new facilities in 1979 and may be considered the only
campus library with ample collection and reader space.
Historically speaking, neither the Law Library nor the
Agriculture Library has ever been considered a branch library.
Both are semiautonomous in operation, each carrying out its own
technical processing and having independent public service units
such as interlibrary loan.
The Medical Center Library, established in 1960 (and its branch
in the college of Pharmacy), is administratively separate from
the Library System although loosely connected in many facets of
its operation. This library, with a collection of nearly 160,000
volumes and 2,000 current journal titles, serves the faculty and

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I students of the five colleges of the Medical Center as well as
, i hospital personnel. Services offered include ` computerized
j literature retrieval, document delivery to central and eastern
= Kentucky, and an extramural program. It participates in the
: SOLINET automated cataloging system and serves as a resource
¤ L library for the Kentucky~Ohio~Michigan Medical Library Program.
3 · _ Reprinted from The_§ncyclopedia of Library and Information
2 _ » Science, vol.37, p._l9U, by courtesy of Marcel Dekker, Inc. _ ‘
The following programs available to UK employees, will be held in
room 15 (basement) of Memorial Hall. To enroll, contact Rosemary
Veach (7-1851). .
Accounting Procedures April 2, l0 a.m. » noon
Taylor House of the Controller's Division shows how to use (and
read) ledger sheets, account information forms, budget revision
requests, cash transmittal, and IDIV forms.
Discipline and Discharge April 3, 9 a.m. ~ 3 p.m.
(Handling Disciplinary Problems) N
This workshop will point out the consequences of not documenting j
disciplinary action and discuss job~related performance problems Y
which warrant disciplinary action, You will have an opportunity §
to apply University personnel policies to case studies involving Q
disciplinary procedures and actions. Q
Personnel Procedures - April 9, lO a.m. — noon S
Conducted by Rosemary Veach of the Personnel Division, this Q
workshop provides instruction on how to complete various {
Personnel forms such as the personnel requisition, affirmative §
action, staff appointment, end~of~probation, performance Q
appraisal, disciplinary report, and separation sheet. §
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Research Accounting April 23, l0 a.m. ~ noon g
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Conducted by Rita Carter of the Research Accounting Department, 5
this session provides instruction regarding correct business Z
procedures to use for PADR's and account ledger sheets in Q
relation to special Research Accounting requirements. §
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Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation April 25 & 26, 8 a.m. - noon
V (CPR) Classes ·
For University employees desiring Red Cross certification in CPR.
Eight hours of training and successful completion of test are
required for certification.
V Purchasing Procedures April 30, 10 a.m. - noon
‘ Conducted by Tom Fields, Director of Purchasing, this workshop'
shows how to use DAV's, requisitions, purchase orders and
receiving reports to make for departmental purchases within
University guidelines. ·
The following program will be held at noon in the W. Hugh Peal
Gallery (King North). .
Friday, April 12 "Basioally Bach VII"
Program: The Fifteen Sinfonias--
Robert Reynolds, piano; Cantata
"Vergnugte Ruh" -- Amy McConnell,
alto with assisting instrumenta-
_ lists.
IBM PC Seminars
The following seminars will be held from lO:OO atm. - 2:OO p.m. °
(every half hour) in the Student Center, room 251. Registration
is not necessary.
April 5 Personal Decision Series
April 12 LOTUS 1~2-3
April 19 Assistant Series
For details, contact Ernie Fernandez (278-9331).
Using Federal Government Statistics April 15-16
(Second Annual Conference)
In joint sponsorship with the Center for Business and Economics
Research, the M.I. King Library Government Publications and
Reference Departments, and the College of Library and Information
Sciences; Community Education is hosting the second annual

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A conference on "Using Federal Government Statistics." The
Q conference, scheduled for April l5—l6, 1985 in the UK Student
g Center, will provide participants with information on what
E statistics are available, how they are collected, and how they
§ can be used. Representatives from such agencies as the Center
Q for Disease Control, the Energy Information Administration, the
g Bureau of the Census, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the
g UK Center for Business and Economic Research will make conference Q
§· presentations. Reduced registration fees are available to UK,
’ faculty, staff, and students.
LOEX Library Instruction Workshop May 9-10
This workshop is designed for reference/instruction librarians
interested in learning the practical basics about teaching online
catalog use. The workshop will include a variety of
instructional formats based on the how-we-do—it~on-our-campus
approach. Meals, informal get~togethers, and recreational
activities are also planned. »
The workshop will be held at Eastern Michigan University. Fees:
$130.00. Register by April 25. See Rob Aken for details and
registration forms.
Beginning with this issue, job announcements will be kept on file
in the Reference Department.
T Government Documents Acquisition and Bibliographic T Control
A Librarian, Stanford University. Salary: $24,300·$37,200.
I Deadline: May 15.
I Curator for English and American Literature Collections & General
j Reference Librarian, Stanford University. Salary: $2M,300·
I $37,200. Deadline: May l5.
Chief, General Reference Department, Stanford University.
Salary: $28,200-$U2,000. Deadline: June l.
i Head, Humanities Section, Catalog Department. Stanford
University. Salary: $28,200—$37,200. Deadline: May 3l.
j Head, Physical Sciences & Technology Libraries, UCLA. Salary:
$25,692-$M3,M6M. Deadline: May 15.

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* ` Indiana I
I Assistant‘ Curator of Manuscripts, Indiana University. Salary: I
$15,800 minimum. Deadline: April 30. · V _ {
_ Circulation/Interlibrary Loan Librarian, Indiana University- . _ [
Purdue University at Indianapolis. Salary: $l¤,700 minimum. g
_ Deadline: April 15. _ l
I Iowa » I
Assistant Director for Administrative Services, IowaI State I
University. Salary: $38,000 minimum. Deadline: April 20. . I
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Kentucky ·
I Newspaper Field Cataloger for NEH Grant Project, University of
Kentucky. Salaryr‘ $15,000-$15,800. Deadline: April 25. I
Senior Monographs Cataloger, University of Kentucky. Salary: |
$18,000 minimum. Deadline: April 30. , g
Michigan I
Head of Original Cataloging, Michigan State University. Salary: I
$21,500 minimum. Deadline: April 30.
I Missouri
Director, Linda Hall Library, Kansas City. Salary: not
specified. Deadline: April 8.
» New Jersey I ,_
Serials Acquisitions Librarian, Princeton University. Salary:
not specified. Deadline: April 30.
Reference Librarian, Camden Arts and Sciences Library, Rutgers
University. Salary: $20,668 minimum,. Deadline: June 1.
New York I
Reference Librarian for Latin American Studies, New York
University. Salary: $21,000 minimum. Deadline: April 30.

Documents Reference Librarian, New York University. Salary:
_ $21,000 minimum. Deadline: April 30. I
Library Director, SUNY at Buffalo. Salary: not specified.
Deadline: April 15.
· University“ Librarian, Syracuse University. Salary: $60,000 `
minimum. Deadline: not specified.
North Carolina ‘
Coordinator for Serials Records, Duke University. Salary:
$l8,U00-$30,900. Deadline: April l0.
Ohio _
Online Search Coordinator/Reference Librarian, Ohio State
University. Salary: $2l,000—$25,080. Deadline: April 15.
Head, Social Work Library, Ohio State 'University. Salary:
$21,600-$16,128. Deadline:_ April 30.
Reference Librarian, Education/Psychology Library, Ohio State
University. Salary: $17,760-$18,000. Deadline: April 30.
Head,, Librarian, LIMA Campus, Ohio State University. Salary:
$26,0MO-$29,0UO. Deadline: April 30.
Coordinator of Access Services, University of Wisconsin~0shkosh.
Salary: $17,200 minimum. Deadline: April 30.
(If interested, contact Ann Howell in the Director's Office.)
Library Technician IV, grade 6, Interlibrary Loansg