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 University of British Columbia Library Bulletin
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No. 77 February 9, 1972 Vancouver, B.C.
COMMITTEE ON SALARIES AND BENEFITS OF SUPPORTING STAFF
ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR SALARY ? ? *
$$        WOULD YOU LIKE LONGER VACATIONS (Flash, see following article)
% OR A DENTAL INSURANCE PLAN '. !
DO YOU HAVE COMPLAINTS ABOUT YOUR SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL??
DO YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS FOR CHANGE OR IMPROVEMENT . . .
The Committee on Salaries and Benefits of Supporting Staff
would like to invite you to a rap session on February 21,
two sessions from 12:00 to 1:00 and 1:00 'til 2:00 (BRING
YOUR LUNCH) in Room 838 of the School of Librarianship.
The Committee has presented their first brief on salaries
after visits to Simon Fraser, U.Vic, and several libraries
in industry.
Our second brief, dealing with benefits will be drawn up in
early March and we welcome your suggestions and ideas. If you
would like to know more about what we are doing - have questions
or recommendations - or just want to sit and listen - drop in
on Monday, February 21st.
NEW VACATION POLICY
The Board of Governors has approved a new vacation policy, to
take effect on June 1, 1972, as follows:
After 1 year's service   2 weeks
After 3 years' continuous service . . 3 weeks
After 10 years' continuous service . . 4 weeks
After 20 years' continuous service . . 5 weeks
Requests for the extension of the vacation period have been
made in previous years to the Personnel Office in briefs from the Committee
on Salaries and Benefits for Supporting Staff and from Library Assistants'
Association.
WINE & CHEESE PARTY:
The Library Assistants' Association reminds all readers that a
wine and cheese party will be held on Saturday, February 19, at Cecil
Green Park. Live band, Prizes, Dancing. Tickets ($2 per person) available
from Carol in the lunch room; or telephone Gwen Gregor (local 2231) for
further information. -*
DISPLAYS:
Have you a collection of sea shells? Fans? Baseball Cards?
Marvel comics? that no one ever sees? Would you like to spark someone else's interest in your passion for bocks on pottery? women's
liberation? urban renewal?
Any groups or individuals who feel able to fill the 5th floor
display case in an interesting fashion please contact Mary Paterson,
Information and Orientation. The Division would be happy to help
plan and mount the display. We can also provide background material,
lights, racks etc.
TRACINGS OF SUBJECT AND SERIES CARDS:       Reprinted from Sept. 29/71
Yellow highlighting will be introduced shortly to replace
ticked tracings for indicating filing entries on subject and series
cards. The highlighting will speed up sorting and filing because
the filing entry will be much more distinctly marked than by the
small red tick currently placed in front of the tracing. Series,
particularly, are difficult to sort and file because the clerk must
note the tick and then find the filing entry in the body of the card;
highlighting the entry where it appears on the card will draw the
entry immediately to the filer's and the reviser's attention.
Card set finishing by the highlighting technique is being used
successfully at a number of university libraries, including the
University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, Arizona State and Florida
Atlantic. At these institutions it is used for all tracings, including
title and other added entries, and the cards are filed v/ithout guide-
cards. We shall continue to use guide-cards for our subjects and series,
however, as these also serve as normal guide-cards for the trays of
catalogue cards.
*
CARLETON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
Applications are invited for the position of Head of the
Serials Department. Administrative ability and a thorough knowledge
of serial publications are prerequisites for this position.
Applications should be sent to the university Librarian, Carleton
University, Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, KIS 5B6.
A   - |
STUDENT LIBRARY CARDS
Just a reminder to all staff members - please if any student cards
are left accidentally in, or found by your division - RETURN THEM
IMMEDIATELY TO THE CIRCULATION OFFICE - if possible deliver them in
person rather than through campus mail. Students have to pay $3.00 for
a replacement if their cards are not found within 7 days.
Please clip and post.

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