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COMPUTER FILE EXTENT OF For mode of access see full record; access to holdingsalso HOLDINGS available via the University of maryland libaries' home page.
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  • 599 Differentiable Local Note
  • 949 Holdings
  • 1998 ARLIS/NA Conference Highlights
  • ACQ in PAC and the Queue Team ...
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  • ACQ in PAC and the Queue Team
    When acquisitions (ACQ) records display in the public catalog (PAC), patrons will be able to request uncataloged books. Because they are uncataloged, these books must be shelved by date received. A chronological queue of uncataloged books, if kept in strict order , will greatly ease the finding and processing of these books. Queue Team
    Click the link to e-mail the four Cataloging Dept. staff, whose charge in FY2000 is to:
    • Address queue arrangement
    • Address queue-related workflow
    • Maintain the queue
    • Suggest priorities
    We have defined the "queue" as books arranged by date received. This is the date written on slips (request forms, standing order forms, etc.) in the book by Acquisitions staff, and corresponds to the first RF date in the ACQ record. Large gift collections (e.g. Shneiderman, or NTL's backlog) do not have ACQ records for individual titles. For ease of processing, and to keep the chronological queue intact, such collections have been moved away from the queue. Contact the
  • 2. Maryland Library Association
    Friends of Charles County libaries Awarded Statewide Grant. The Citizens for MarylandLibraries (CML) has awarded its fifth CML Citizens Support of Libraries
    News Notes from the
    President's Corner ... Archives October 2000 Table of Contents
    MLA Awards
    Maryland Digital Library Program Launched

    Throwing the Book at Digital Libraries

    The Employee of the Future: Training and Cross-Training of Classified Employees
    Question MARC: What the Non-Cataloger Should Know About the MARC Format
    News Dr. Carla Hayden Receives a Doctor of Humane Letters Dr. Carla Hayden, Director of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, received a Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of Baltimore on Friday May 26, 2000. Dr. Hayden delivered the commencement address to the graduating undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Baltimore's Robert G. Merrick School of Business and the Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts. Judy Cooper , EPFL Sheridan Libraries* name Rebecca Graham to Direct Library Computing Systems and the Digital Library Program Rebecca Graham has been appointed head of library computing and the digital library program for the Sheridan Libraries of the Johns Hopkins University. She brings extensive experience in library and information technology systems management and digital library development. Graham comes to Hopkins from the Digital Library Federation (DLF) in Washington, D.C., where she served initially as Research Associate. In that capacity, she served as project manager for a collaborative initiative to develop digital library authentication and authorization architecture. Other project participants included Columbia University, the California Digital Library, the Online Computer Library Corporation (OCLC) and JSTOR, an organization dedicated to creating a comprehensive electronic archive of scholarly journal literature. Graham served as Interim Director of the Digital Library Federation and was instrumental in developing the Forum on Digital Library Practice Series.

    3. Circulation & Reserves
    Worldcat can be made to bring up maryland library holdings by using the "libaries that Own Item" link, (see illustration
    InterLibrary Loan (ILL) FC Home What's New About the Library ... ILL Loan Rules (For those who have already been through this tutorial page, a streamlined version of Goucher's Interlibrary Loan options is provided as part of the library's "Services" pages.)
    Is ILL the right step for you? You're probably familiar with the basics of ILL. Books and copies of journal articles are the bulk of what we are asked to get, but other media may sometimes be obtained this way as well. Jim Huff , our ILL borrowing coordinator (X6340), can advise you. (Barbara Snead (X6366) and Randy Smith (X6365) are Jim's backups for ILL transactions.) Before taking time to fill out our online form or to do a "shortcut" ILL request through WorldCat for monographs ), you'll want to do a title search on OLLI . to make sure we don't have the item here. (If we do, an interloan is not permitted.) Also for very old items checking our card catalog (in Room 101 of the library) for monographs, and our "Lapsed
    Periodicals" binders in the Main Research Area, for periodicals, may save time and money. Should our catalogs indicate that we own an item and it's not checked out, yet you don't find it on the shelf yes, you can fill out an ILL request, but please note for us "Not On Shelf." We'll let you know if the material turns up here, or process the request.

    4. Kids' Catalogs: Help Or Hindrance - References
    libaries for children Computational tools that support children as researchers online. (University of maryland's
    Irmgarde Brown Back to document
    Kids' catalogs: Help or hindrance
    • Albrechtsen, H. (1997). The order of catalogues - Towards democratic classification and indexing in public libraries [online]. 63rd IFLA General Conference Programme and Proceedings, August 31 - September, 1997. Available: The Journal of Documentation, 38. (2). Available: (with permissions). The Journal of Documentation, 38 Borgman, C. L. (1986). Why are online catalogs hard to use? Lessons learned from information-retrieval studies. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 37 Borgman, C.L. (1996). Why are online catalogs still hard to use? Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 47 Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 47 Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 40 Youth Services in Libraries Towards adaptive information systems: Individual differences and hypermedia . (Department of Information Studies: University of Sheffield, England) Available:

    5. ECAC Libaries: Inclusion
    ACHIEVING INCLUSION THROUGH THE IEP PROCESS A Workbook for Parents. by marylandCoalition for Integrated Education. 3811. by Univ. of maryland at College Park.
    About ECAC
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    Borrowing materials is easy. Call the ECAC office at 704/892/1321 or 1/800/962-6817 to request the items you wish to borrow. We mail materials with a post-paid, pre-addressed envelope in which to return the borrowed items to ECAC. Books Celebrating Diversity in the Classroom by Joanne W. Putnam 3802. PURPOSFUL INTEGRATION INHERENTLY EQUAL The Center on Human Policy, Syracuse Univ. 1987 3803. UNLOCKING THE DOOR : A PARENT'S GUIDE TO INCLUSION by Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center 1994 3804. BUILDING INTEGRATION WITH THE I.E.P. by Barbara E. Buswell 3805. BREAKING GROUND Ten Families Building Opportunities Through Integration 3806. WHAT'S REALLY WORTH DOING AND HOW TO DO IT A Book for People Who Love Someone Labeled Disabled (Possibly Yourself) by Judith A. Snow 3807. DISCOVER THE POSSIBILITIES A Curriculum for Teaching Parents About Integration by PEAK Parent Center, Inc. 3808. OPENING DOORS Strategies for Including All Students in Regular Education 3809. LEARNING TOGETHER . . .

    6. Maryland State Plan Revision Committee
    Cpmputer abuse raises tough issues for county libaries. Our say Editor's notebook. Copyright © 2003 maryland Gazette
    Last updated on 2 January 2003 Text – Proposed deletion [Text] – Proposed addition [[Text.]] – Comment Maryland-Delaware-District of Columbia Region State Plan – DRAFT [Table of Contents to be inserted here upon completion Eric Introduction Marianne Region Map History This document updates the Maryland State Plan dated 1984, chaired by Anne Burgan. The goals of this plan have expanded on those of the original plan, with an increased focus on preparing for Government Printing Office Inspections. Mission Statement This plan has been modeled around the eight sections of the GPO inspection.
    Collection Development
    Goal: To ensure that the scope of the collection is appropriate to the particular user groups served, and that selective housings are held to the same standards as other Federal Depository Libraries. Purpose: Each institution participating in the Federal Depository Library Program acknowledges its responsibility to provide open and equal access to federal information for the general public.
  • Item Selection Scope – The scope of an individual institution’s collection should be geared to serve its constituency.
  • 7. Carnegie Mellon Libaries: Research: ArchArch: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Collection
    The firm's work is found primarily in Pennsylvania, maryland, New York, New Jersey,and now the state of Washington, where the firm is designing a residential
    Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Collection
    Bohlin Cywinski Jackson is one of the leading design firms in Pittsburgh. The firm was founded by Peter Bohlin in 1965, and was known for many years as Bohlin Powell Larkin Cywinski. BCJ now has offices in Pittsburgh, Wilkes-Barre, Philadelphia and Seattle. The firm's work is found primarily in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and now the state of Washington, where the firm is designing a residential compound for Microsoft magnate William Gates. The Pittsburgh office has tended to focus on buildings for high-technology, including substantial work for Carnegie Mellon University. BCJ was named 1994 Firm of the Year by the American Institute of Architects, honored for their "rigorous eclecticism and democratic vision." BCJ's buildings are carefully designed for specific programs and sites, with consistent fine detailing.
    Scope and Content
    Records acquired from the Pittsburgh office include numerous sketches and schematic drawings for projects dated 1982 to the present including Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute, the Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh buildings at the Pittsburgh Technology Center, and the Winchester-Thurston North School.
    Select Bibliography
    The Architecture of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson . Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects Press, 1994.

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    9. Carnegie Mellon Libaries: Research: ArchArch: Ryan Homes, Inc. Collection
    its first innercity projects and its first planned unit development, and beganexpanding into Louisville, Indianapolis, Virginia, maryland, Georgia, North
    Ryan Homes, Inc. Collection
    Ryan Homes was founded in 1947 by builder Edward M. Ryan and incorporated as Edward M. Ryan, Inc. The name was changed to Ryan Homes, Inc. in 1961, after regional expansion during the 1950s. Operations expanded to Columbus, Cleveland, Rochester, Harrisburg and other locations during the 1960s. The company was active in subdivision development and home building, and developed its own lumber yards and manufacturing plants. In 1966 it began a panelization program. In 1969 it built its first townhouses, its first inner-city projects and its first planned unit development, and began expanding into Louisville, Indianapolis, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, etc. The product line was upgraded in 1976 and again in 1987 to appeal to the "move-up housebuyer" and the "upscale buyer." In 1986 Ryan Homes, Inc. was acquired by NVHomes L.P., and its name was changed to NVRyan L.P.
    Scope and Content
    Blueprints, photographs and papers document selected home models and subdivisions of the 1950s and 1960s. Projects selected document the firm's early history, and are represented by architectural documentation. Papers document some corporate operations, though the records of most decision-making activity were not made available for acquisition. Brochures, flyers and and other advertising materials represent the company's promotional activities.
    TO SEARCH COLLECTIONS: Collections Database Return to Collections Information August 20, 1998

    10. MOD7
    at a distance for more information about locating libaries in their area. University System of maryland Libraries
    Course Introduction Answer Key to Module Quizes Module #1 Module #2 ... Module #7
    Module #7: Libraries and Research Tips
    Do I Need to Visit a Library? The previous modules introduced you to research that can be done from any computer with Internet access. However, much of the information and materials you will need to write a research paper or project can only be found in a library. There are many valuable reference tools, books, and journals that are not available online. Types of Libraries Various types of libraries can be used to obtain information to support your course requirements. Each type of library serves a particular audience and houses different types of information resources.
    • Academic libraries usually provide research-level resources that support the curriculum of a particular college or university. Most academic libraries allow the public to use library materials in-house, but limit borrowing privileges to their students, faculty, and staff. If you are located near an academic institution, you may want to inquire about services that may be available to you. Public libraries can provide basic information and resources to get you started on your research. As a resident of the county or surrounding area, you can obtain a library card to borrow books. Remember that public libraries resources are limited and more general in nature than offerings at academic libraries.

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    Directory of Gender Related Internet Resources for Academic Research
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    in ag, with a listing of all the other WWW Virtual libaries in Ag. Estevez, Mark Varnerand Nick Zimmermann Extension Scientists at the University of maryland.
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    Poultry Science Virtual Library
    This archive of links and info talks tough turkey with researchers in need of connections to the poultry industry. Includes university departments, associations, commercial producers, breeding farms and museums, but isn't chicken to throw in some recipes.
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    This page, which was last updated on Tuesday, February 11, 2003 , contains a collection of my favorite and most used web page links. Categories: Authors Doctor Who Entertainment Friends' Pages ... Travel Authors Edgar Rice Burroughs Tom Clancy J.R.R. Tolkien [back to the top Doctor Who [back to the top Entertainment [back to the top Friends' Pages [back to the top Fun and Silly [back to the top Internet, Computers, and Software

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    17. Library Information Science Library Professional Organizations
    maryland Library Association The maryland Library Association (MLA) was founded in1923 CUA Student Chapter of the Special libaries Association The CUA student

    Professional Organizations
    Almost every library association, organization, and chapter provides the same type of information through their website. This information includes explanations of the constituency and focus of the group; advocacy; policy statements; publications including journals, research, fact sheets, and papers; conferences and meetings; career and professional practice information; and how to become a member. For that reason, the links below explain the focus of the organization, rather than the type of information available at each site. At this page you may link to: National Library and Information Science Organizations
    American Library Association
    The American Library Association (ALA) is the oldest and largest library association in the world. The ALA focuses on advocating for the public's interest in a free and open information society; developing innovative programs that support libraries in acquiring new information technology and training people in its use; supporting libraries as centers for culture, literacy, and lifetime learning; and promoting excellence in libraries and librarianship. The ALA also publishes its own journal, American Libraries

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    19. Roger Brisson Home Page/Publications
    The World Discovers Cataloging A Conceptual Introduction to Digital libaries, Metadata,and given at the Annual Conference of the maryland Library Association
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    20. Roger Brisson Resume
    Discovers Cataloging A Conceptual Introduction to Digital libaries, Metadata, and IncreaseProductivity and Quality, May 1997, maryland Library Association
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    University Libraries, The Pennsylvania State University Coordinator, ARL German Resources Project July 1998 - June 30, 1999 * A one-year appointment to coordinate its restructuring, the German Resources Project is a North American-based program that focuses on enhancing collaboration between ARL institutions, and on closer cooperation with German research libraries. Reporting to the Director of the AAU/ARL Global Resources Program, the Coordinator was responsible for advancing the Projects goals which included: increasing access to German materials in North American research libraries through improved document delivery, standardization of cataloging practice, provision of collection development tools for German-language materials, and in facilitating the availability of German resources through digital resources. July 1992 - May 1998 University Libraries, The Pennsylvania State University

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