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2/6/81 TUOKY LIBRARIES NEWSLETTER NO. 348
 
‘ · CALENDAR I . ‘
February 13 "l7 Century Spanish Theater Design: Madrid's Corral
— . del principe". John Jay Allen, Professor of Romance
Languages. University of Florida., Gallery Series.
King Library North.r Noon.
February 13 i Administrative Council. P.O.T. 18th floor, F &vG" i *
, Rooms. 8:30 a.m.i
February 20i Faculty Meeting, Gallery, King North.` 8i3O a.m.
y A EXHIBITS
"The Many Faces of Black Music" Music Library. ;February. .
"Library Resources in Black History and Culture" King Library A l
South. February y °
STAFFING CHANGES IN BRANCH LIBRARIES I R I I `
Charles Atcher will be Acting Head of the Art Library during I
February and March, with Libby Gilbert in the Tech III position. ’
Meg Shaw will be in the Engineering Library and Mary Davis will
be working with Jane White in the Education Library during ·
February and March. _‘ I` » _ .
Contributors: Nancy Baker (editor), Karl Boewe, John Bryant,
Pam Fields, Faith Harders, Judy Sackett
 
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON KY. 40506

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GERMAN [QR LIBRARIANS K
The Staff Development Committee is sponsoring a repeat of the mini-
course "German for Librarians," taught by Karl Boewe from the Medical
Center Library. Continuing education credit is available through the
College of Library Science (MLA approved for 10 contact hours).
Classes will meet on Thursdays from 3 to 4 in room 602F College of
Nursing/Health Sciences Learning Center. The first session is on
February 12; the course will be completed on April 23.
BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE
Gerald Munoff, Director of Photographic Archives, in King Library,
will offer a non-credit course in beginning camera and dark room
processes and techniques on Tuesday evening, 6:30-8:30 p.m. from
February l7-March 31. This course will be held at Lexington Technical
Institute, Room 245. The cost is $40; students must supply their own
film and paper, LTI will supply chemicals. Contact Jim Embry, Room
206H, 258-4381, between l and 9 p.m., M—F or Martha Birchfield at the
LTI Library, 258-4919 between 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m., M—F. V (
LIBRARY AUTHORS
Vivian S. Hall and Ruth Brown have authored "The ABC'S of Proposal _
Writing" in The Southeastern Librarian, vol. XXX, no. 4, Winter,
1980, PP. 187-190.
Nancy Baker's book, A Research Guide for Undergraduate Students:
English and American Literature has been accepted for publication
; by the Modern Language Association of America (MLA). `
Q CHANGE IN_LIBRARY HOURS -
The Business and Economic Information Center is open 10:00 a.m. -
4:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
The Instructional Services/AIDS/Media Room will be open Monday thru
Thursday 8:00 a.m. — 10:00 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30, Saturday
11:00 a.m. — 7:00 p.m. Closed Sundays. _
h The Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarians will hold
their annual meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 24-25 at the
University of Cincinnati. The theme for the meeting will be Con-
servation and Resource Sharing. The program schedule will be sim-
ilar to last year.
April 24 Registration in the Morning · ·
V Lunch with Speaker 12:30 to 2:30* (
Afternoon Tours and Conservation Presentation
Sponsored Cocktail Party 6:30 to 7:30*
Dinner with Speaker 7:30 to 9:00*

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April 25 Sponsored Coffee .
Series of Workshops based on the theme of
the Conference (
Resource Sharing (
Alternative Budget Sources
Time Management Seminar
Demonstations by Faxon and Baker and Taylor
*Note: The exact times are tentative for Lunch, Dinner etc.
Housing Accomadations: A block of rooms will be reserved at the
Vernon Manor near the University campus. All meetings will be
on the Campus. The brochure will be mailed to you in the next
few weeks. For registration information please contact:
Ms. Lois Schultz . v_ .
W. Frank Steely Library
Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, Kentucky 41076
RESULTS of SURVEY of POLICIES, GUIDELINES and RULES COMMITTEE
;Based upon the results of their recent survey of the professional
staff, the members of the Policy, Guidelines, and Rules Committee
will be examining the Libraries' policies and procedures relating
to internal communication.
Of the 69 questionnaires circulated, 42 were returned. The results
of the survey were as follows (the figure given is a combined total
~ of the lst, 2nd and 3rd choice votes for each topic):
(28) Internal Communications: Policies and Procedures .
(23) Morale: Attitudes and Environment V`
(20) Resource Sharing »
(18) Fringe Benefits _
(13) Status of Librarians
(10) External Fund Raising as it Relates to the Individual
Librarian
(6) Collective Bargaining
OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
Special Collections Librarian. University of Nevada-Reno. Ap-
plication deadline: April 1, 1981. Salary $20,000—$28,000.
Assistant Librarian, Serials Department. Indiana University at
South Bend. Application deadline: February 15, 1981. Salary
$12,500.
Assistant Librarian, Cataloger. Indiana University, Bloomington.
Application deadline: February 27, 1981. Salary $12,500 or
$13,500 dependent on experience.
V Cataloger. SUNY at Albany. Application deadline: February 28,
1981. Salary from $13,000. °
Monographic Cataloger. SUNY at Albany. Application deadline:
February 28, 1981. Salary from $13,000.
Assistant or Associate Librarian Documents. University of Florida.
Application deadline: March 15, 1981. Salary $11,520—$l9,200;
or $13,860-$23,100.

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Q p Record Librarian. University of Cincinnati. Application deadline:
; p February 15, 1981. Salary $12,200.
¥ Director of Information and Library Resources. _Il1inois Institutue
Q of Technology. _Application deadline: March 31, 1981. Salary
I $30,000—$40,000. _
  Reference Librarian. Rutgers University. Application deadline:
l March 30, 1981. Salary $15,415. . -
§ University Librarian. Duke University. Rank of Professor.
X Head of Acquisitions Department. SUNY-Buffalo. Salary $18,000-
1 $20,000. ° . V `
  Assistant Chief for Original Cataloging. Stanford University. Ap-
. plication deadline: March 31, 1981. Salary $20,000—$25,000;
] $22,400-$28,000. ‘ `
A Reference Librarian. Yale University. Application deadline: March
1 , 10, 1981. Salary $14,000.
F Assistant Director for Collection Management and Development.
A Indiana University, Bloomington. Application deadline: March l, .
~ 1981. V
· Assistant Librarian, Fisheries- Oceanography Library and Friday
i Harbor Librarian (.75 FTE) Application deadline: February 27,
I 1981. Salary $12,000. ·_ _
Head of Monographic Cataloging. North Carolina State University at
. y Raleigh. Application deadline: March 1, 1981.
POSITION OPEN _
. . LT III — Law I
A If interested, see Faith Harders . A ~