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X No.   176 TJBC Archives SdJUui February  1984
ȤQQIBL_SCIE!_CES_A!_D_HUMANIIIES_REFERENCE_DI
The Social Sciences and Humanities Divisions will be merged at the
Bind of the 1983/84 Winter Session.  These 2 reference divisions have
shared Ridington Room since 1968, when Humanities moved from the Main
loncourse into Ridington.  The 3 reference divisions in Main were
created in 1960 when the south wing was added.
After the merge, there will be a single head, a single desk from
which reference service will be offered, and library materials will be
pooled, new ones to be marked with a single name, yet to be decided.  A
Committee has been formed to choose a head for the combined division.
Chuck Forbes and Lois Carrier, present heads, have been invited to
apply; no other applications are being accepted.
Such a union has been contemplated in the past, and is occurring
now simply to give the Library flexibility to adjust to whatever cuts
may be required in the budget.  There is still no word as to what those
cuts may be.  Doug Mclnnes has not received clearance to discuss
rinternally the Library's proposals for retrenchment, nor has the Univer—
[sity Administration indicated how much the Library will be affected by
budget cutbacks or which proposals they may ask the Library to act upon.
Doug will meet with the division heads as soon as he has anything to
share.
FUNDRAISINS
Crane and the Asian Studies Library will be beneficiaries if two
Kindraising projects now underway are successful.
Crane's needs for extra funds are partly a product of its own
Isuccess.  Visually handicapped students, whose studies have been
facilitated by Crane's services, are  now entering professional and
graduate programs like Law and Commerce, and their need for recorded
[texts is putting special pressure on Crane.  Service clubs and
[foundations in the Vancouver area are being approached for financial
support to supplement the substantial University funding received by
Crane.
And the Asian Studies Library will benefit from 'Oriental Night' at
the Robson Square Media Centre on April 14.  Sir_g_Tag, a Vancouver
Chinese language newspaper, has been instrumental in planning this
evening for some 350 participants, many of whom, it is hoped, will
become major patrons of the Asian Studies Library.
These two projects may be inspirational for the Ad Hoc Committee on
[Outside Funding, just established.  Heather Keate (chair), Laurenda
Daniel Is, Tony Jeffreys, Pat Lysyk, Phyllis Reeve, Joan Sandilands, Tom
Shorthouse, and Anne Yandle have been asked to report to the Library
Administration by March 16 on what areas of the Library and what
strategies might be appropriate for fundraising projects, and whether
there is a need for a continuing body to initiate and coordinate such
[Projects. V/OL-LIMTI
;RS_PLEASi
Staff in the Main Circulation Division are shelfreading the Main Stacks,
with each person responsible for about 50 bays.  Misshelved books are  a
handicap to patrons and library staff alike, and volunteers from other j
divisions, support staff and librarians, might like to join the struggle
and choose a little piece of the stacks to adopt and care for.  Some
areas (like children) need more attention than others, but the odd 15-20^
minutes that can spared from time to time would be useful.  If you are
willing to devote a little of your time to tending your favourite area
of the Stacks, see Louise Axen, Brian Varty, or Mary Banham in
Circulation.
COMPUTERIZING CRANE
Crane Library now has its own microcatalogue, with special print
parameters (extra space between entries, etc.), listing talking books,
Braille, large print, and other materials for the blind and on the blind]
received since 1978. To be produced on the same schedule as the complete/
microcatalogue, this special list will make it easier for Crane Library
users to consult the microcatalogue, and make Crane Library holdings
more accessible to other libraries serving the visually handicapped.  It
is to be sold separately, and was advertised in this month's Fe_.ic_.ter.
Another improvement in Crane's service comes with the installation
of a computer terminal and printer, marking the beginning of the Crane
ABC - Alternate Book Centre.  With the terminal permitting use of
computerized message services such as ENVOY, Crane can communicate
directly with off-campus institutional borrowers, and get up-to-date
information on alternate book collections in other libraries.
The terminal also gives Crane access to the database of the L. C.
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, and
the file of in-progress entries of Recordings for the Blind in New York,
the largest creator of recorded textbooks.  Such access speeds the
process of locating previously transcribed materials and eases the
pressure on Crane's recording studios.  Crane is the only service for
the visually handicapped in Canada with these sophisticated search and
communication tools.
WELCOME  BIG  E IR O T H E£ IF*
Systems is implementing controlled ID'S and passwords for all
users of the Library's computer system.  This will provide more security
for files that are  updated on-line and control general access to the UBC
Library system.
Systems will maintain ID's and passwords, and, if you use the UBC
Library computer during your work, you need one of each.  Contact
Kathleen Pitt, Systems (6275) for additions, changes, or removals of
ID's and passwords. :ALLI_!_|_DRSi_PAMPHLETSA_OR_Wj_AT_LISI?
The DRS may be Systems' most successful enterprise.  Begun in 1980
Es a  means of controlling hitherto uncatalogued materials such as
pamphlets, it now contains about 27,000 records, and is still growing.
Library staff are  using it for all sorts of materials.  Over a quarter
of the records are  for bibliographies maintained in divisions.
It
what can
■textbook
■systems
grateful
separati
DRS user
identity
library
has never been claimed that DRS is a satisfactory name, but then
you call a file listing medical pamphlets, historical
, ecology translations, Vancouver maps, B.C. theses, and
ephemera to name a few.  Suggestions for a more felicitious name
ly received.  Whether subdividing the file (for example, by
ng the bibliography items) would help was a topic at a recent
s meeting (and call it Son of DRS?).  It's a file with an
problem, no doubt, but its usefulness in some parts of the
is not disputed.
If you don't have a terminal, find out where the nearest microfiche
of this mess is, and have a look.  The DRS fiche is in 2 parts:
author/title and keyword, and is produced quarterly.  But the best
access is on-line by calling 'SHARE DRS' and searching by author, or
(.keyword.
Appended to this month's Bulletin, is a list of the collections in
[DRS.  File or post it near your DRS fiche or computer terminal.
S__FF_CHA__ES
RECALLS:
-Alannah Anderson, LA3, Circ
CHANGES:
Janet Chang, LA2, Curric Lab
GOODBYES:
Janice Lee, LAI, Circ
Anita Cocchia, LA2, ILL
Christiane Cote, LAI, Circ
Sandy Traynor, Sec2, Sedgewick
and HELLO again to
Bill Pelletier who is in Systems, as hourly Librarian, coordinating
microfiche production for the colleges.  At the moment, VCC and BCIT
microcatalogues are produced here, and Bill has been in contact with other
college libraries interested in this service. His position is funded from the
revenue generated from the production of these microcatalogues.
RUSHING, THE WR0NG_TRggEg
Rush traces should be used only for uncatalogued items actually
requested by a real borrower.
Some branches have been using rush traces to clear processing snags or
to request material they anticipate will be needed soon.  Because rush traces
are handled immediately in Cataloging, they disrupt the work flow.  If you
have uncatalogued material that needs special attention, send a memo to
Catalogue Records and someone will attend to it shortly. Save the rush trace
procedure for real people requests.
Very naughty. c^GcfcSPo
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Gifts and Exchanges needs:
Ms., v.10, no.7, January 1982.
Please phone Kris Hans (2304) if you can help.
Amend your phone list:
Rhonda Nicholls, the Extension Librarian, can be reached at 228-3424.
The UBC Library's POLICY & PROCEDURES MANUAL records policies and
procedures of a general and continuing interest to help maintain consistency
in the Library's operation.  Each branch and division has a copy, and changes
or additions are  sent out from the Librarian's Office as needed.  It should
be readily available to all staff.
Erik de Bruijn has revised and distributed the sections on Emergency
Procedures and Personnel, and will revise the rest of the manual over the
next few months.  If you have not seen the new sections, ask your division
head where the manual is kept.
In future, the ________ will note additions or changes to the Manual.
The UBC Library recently added the 2.5 millionth volume to its
collection.  It was Hgr_gne_Actign, volume 102 of Me_hgds__n_Enzy_glggy.
Question: What magazine files in the fiche lists as if it were called MacN?
Answer: MCN. The American Journal of Maternal Care Nursing.
_tj_?WJ_?j_?@:_?w@
Mel Hurtig will speak on 'Creating a New Canadian Encyclopedia' in
Buchanan A100, Tuesday March 6, at 4 pm.
Mel Hurtig will publish a new 3 volume Canadian encyclopedia in 1985.
Hurtig's project, begun in 1980, to produce a new Canadian encyclopedia, was
made possible with a $4 million grant from the Alberta government.  The last
Canadian encyclopedia was Enc__!g_edi__C_n_d_an_, first published in 1957 and
long out of print.
Part of the grant from the Alberta government will be used to place a
copy of The_Q_n_d_an_En_yclggedi_ in each library and school in Canada and
diplomatic post abroad.
The programme for the BCLA SPRING CONFERENCE is available.  Session
topics include microcomputers, copyright, the BC Newspaper Project, the art
of delegation, and surviving the interview.  The two keynote speakers are
Kristin Shannon from Trans-Canada Social Policy Ltd. and Martin Levin of the
Victoria City Council.  Plan to attend - April 11-14 at the Denman Hotel.
Registration information is available from Joan Sandilands (2076).
And don't forget the big dance!
This year the YWCA of Vancouver plans to honour 'Women of Distinction'
in the community for achievements in arts & culture, business, community
service, government & public affairs, health/education/recreation, or
communications.  For information about nominations, phone the Vancouver YWCA,
683-2531.
The staff in UBC's Office of Research Service, formerly the Research
Administration Office, can provide information and assistance with UBC
research grants and external research grants of all kinds.  They live in the
Old Auditorium, upstairs, northside.  Our own Social Sciences Division has a
list of current deadlines for research grant applications.  This list is also
available through MTS if you own computing dollars: LIST 0PRA:FEBRUARY or
0PRA:MARCH (and so) for the current month or two's application deadlines.
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