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 University of British Columbia Library Bulletin
No. 66
July 6th, 1971
Vancouver, B.C.
SHARED CATALOGUING PROGRAMME:
At a meeting on Shared Cataloguing on June 18th the group was extended to ten
institutions.  Participants and their assignments are:
UBC:
SFU:
UVic:
Waterloo:
Alberta:
York, Man,
Calgary:
Ottawa:
current imprints with titles beginning
all current titles in the Spanish language;
all current titles in the French language.
A-B
W-Z
C-E
F-l
J-M,   V
N-P,   R
a, S-U
SUMMER SESSION LIBRARY ORIENTATION  PROGRAMMES:
A fourteen-minute audio-visual  programme about  the Library and   its use,   followed  by
a  twenty-minute   library  tour,  will   be offered every week-day  for at   least  the first  two
weeks of Summer Session,   starting Wednesday.   July 7th,
The audio-visual  presentation will   be given   in  the Mildred  Brock Room of Brock Hall;
signs posted at  the entrances  show how to get  there.
Mildred
Brock
Room
BROCK
HALL
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X
Terrace I
Li
unable
brary tours will begin at the Information Desks *n the Main Concourse.  Those
uncJDie to attend the A-V presentation should still be encouraged to follow the tour.  The
Info. Division will supply sign-up sheets at the Information Desks for students whose
classes conflict with all tour times, and for faculty members who would like to arrange
class tours.
SCHEDULE OF ORIENTATION PROGRAMMES
I
N.B.
Tours
11:00
4:30
1:30
1:30
1:30
11:00
4:30
1:30
11:00
4:30
11:00
4:30
11:00
4:30
1:30
11:00
4:30
AH times are subject to change.  Please check poster on the day of your tour.
Audio \
Visual Show
Wed.
July
7
10:30
4:00
Thu rs.
July
8
1:00
Fri.
July
9
1:00
Mon.
July
12
1:00
Tues.
July
13
10:30
4:00
Wed.
July
14
1:00
Thurs.
July
15
10:30
4:00
Fri.
July
16
10:30
4:00
Mon.
July
19
10:30
4:00
Tues.
July
20
1:00
Wed.
July
21
10:30
4:00
PREVENT ROUND SHOULDERS, HELP ELIHINATF THAT NAGGING BACK-ACHE, AND MAKE A FRIEND OF A FILER:
Would any division having control of spare high stools (approx. 30 inches) be good
enough to lend or donate them to Catalogue Maintenance?  Claudia Kerr will welcome them in
the interests of humanity. LIBRARY TOUR FOR CLA VISITORS:
On Thursday, June 24th, at 3:00 p.m. some 29 librarians attending the CLA Conference
visited the UBC Library system.  The Information and Orientation Division had prepared a
varied programme for the guests.  Librarians from Humanities, Social Sciences, Science, and
Government Publications took many of the visitors on a fast-paced general tour of the Main
Library.  Volunteers from Circulation and Reading Rooms escorted guests to individual lihrary
divisions and branches, where they were treated to mote specialized tours.  Following the
tours the visiting librarians were entertained at a hospitality hour arranged by Walter
Harrington at the Faculty Club.
In conjunction with the tours I . & 0. arranged a meeting of those academic librarians
at CLA who were interested in library instruction.  Fifteen guests met with Elsie de Bruijn
for an informal discussion of orientation problems and techniques.  Later Mrs. de Bruijn
showed the guests some of the instructional methods used by UBC Library.
I. & 0. would like to thank the staff members who acted as guides, escorts and hosts and
those who remained on call during the tours.  There were fewer visitors than we had expected
...perhaps because of the rain, perhaps because it was so late in the conference week.  But
at 5:^5 on Thursday the librarians who came were heard to remark that their visit to UBC had
been "rewarding", and even "fun" [
U.B.C. LIBRARY REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS - HOW AND WHERE TO FIND THEM:
Two Main Library divisions have just issued new reference publications.  Periodicals
in Asian Studies in the U.B.C Library is available from Asian Studies, and Theses on B.C.
history and related subjects ( a revision of Reference Publication No. 29) is being given
out by Special Collections,
Although new reference publications are announced regularly in the Builetin and in
the U.B.C. Library News, staff members may have missed some of these notices.  Publications
which are currently in print and available are listed below.
TITLE
1) Reference guide  to educational   literature  (1967)
2) A checklist of Canadian  newspapers   (1968)
3) Guide  to  reference materials   in anthropology  (1968)
4) Guide  to  reference materials   in  French  language
and   1 iterature   (1968)
5) Applied economics   (1969)
6) Library guide  for commerce  students   (I969)
7) Guide  to   reference materials   in geography   (I969)
3)
9)
10)
11)
Guide to reference materials in German language and
1 iterature (1969)
Brief guide to reference materials in chemical
engineering (1969)
Reference guide to reviews:  a checklist of sources
in th<£ humanities, social sciences and fine arts (T970)
Guide to reference p-aterials in economics (19/0)
12) A Dpukhobor bibliography.  Supplement to Pare 1 (1970)
13) A Doukhobor bibliography.  Part 11 (1970)
14) Brief guide to reference materials in electrical
eng ineering (1970)
15) Classical studies — an undergraduate's guide (1970)
16) Brief guide to reference materials on transportation (1970 Social Sciences
WHERE TO GET COPIES
Social Sciences
Government Publications
Social Sciences
Human i ties
Social Sciences
Social Sciences
Social Sciences
Human ities
Science
Humani ties
Social Sciences
Humani ties
Human i ties
Science
Humani ties
There are also 10 depository sets which bring together all the reference publications
issued since 1968.  If you would like to look them over, please see one of the following
librarians or divisions:
1) El s?e de Bru ijn 6)
2) Doug Mclnnes 7)
3) Main Library Information Desk 8)
4) Librarian's Office (see Pat LaVac) 9)
5) Special Collections (see Laurenda Daniells) 10)
Social Sciences Division (see Lois Carrier)
Science Division (see Rein Brongers)
Sedgewick Library (see Chuck Forbes)
Woodward Library (see Betty McAully)
Curriculum Laboratory (see Howard Hurt)

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