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October

23— Online Searching: Workshop conducted by K. Subramanyam, Drexel University School of Library and Information Science. Fee: $110. Contact: Director, Office of Continuing Professional Education, Drexel University, 32d and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104; (215) 895-2153.

24— Conservation: “Institute for Conservation Management in the 1980s: The Future of Library and Archive Conservation,” Simmons College GSLIS, Boston. Fee: $40. Contact: Ching-chih Chen, GSLIS, Simmons College, 300 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115; (617) 738-2224 or 738-2225.

24—Printing History: "Sharing a Rich Heritage: The History of Printing in Pennsylvania,” a conference sponsored by the Franklin County Library to be held at Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Contact: Cesi Kellinger, Project Director, 735 Philadelphia Avenue, Chambersburg, PA 17201.

29-30—Non-Print Materials: Workshop conducted by Jerry Saye, Drexel University School of Library and Information Science. Fee: $90. Contact: See October 23 entry.

November

2-4—New Technology: “The Challenge of Change: Critical Choices for Library Decision-Makers, the 1981 Pittsburgh Conference sponsored by the School of Library and Information Science and Office of Communications Programs, University of Pittsburgh. Robert Lee Chartrand will give the banquet address on “Libraries in Our Future: Federal Postures and Perceptions,” at the William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh. Fee: $95 before October 16; $110 late registration fee. Contact: Priscilla Mercier, Conference Coordinator, School of Library and Information Science, 801 L.I.S. Building, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260; (412) 624-5230.

1st ANNUAL VIDEODISC CONFERENCE

October 23-24, 1981

Marriott Key Bridge Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Sponsored by: Videodisc/Tetetext Magazine

Registration Fee:

Before September 23: $175.00; after September 23: $200

For additional information contact:

MRI Conferences,a division of Microform Review Inc 520 Riverside Ave. Westport, CT 06880

(203) 226-6967

1st ANNUAL SERIALS CONFERENCE

October 30-31, 1981

Westpark Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Chairperson: Nancy Jean Melin, CUNY (Graduate Center)

Registration Fee:Before September 30: $125.00 after September 30: $150.00

For additional information contact:

MRI Conferences,

a division of Microform Review Inc.

520 Riverside Ave.

Westport, CT 06880

(203) 226-6967

2—4—Online Searching: “Online ’81,” annual conference and exposition, Online, Inc., at Loews Anatole Hotel, Dallas, Texas. Open to online users and administrators. Fee: $215. Contact: Jeff Pemberton, Online ’81, 11 Tannery Lane, Weston, CT 06883; (203) 227-8466.

6—Bibliographic Instruction: BI workshop at Santa Fe Public Library, La Farge Branch. Designed for academic and special librarians. Instructor: Barbara Schwartz, University of Texas at Austin. Contact: CUS Division of the New Mexico Library Association, c/o New Mexico State University Library, Box 3475, Las Cruces, NM 88003; (505) 646-1508.

6—Reference Evaluation: Workshop conducted by Thomas Childers, Drexel University School of Library and Information Science. Fee: $75. Contact: See October 23 entry.

6-7—Microcomputers: “Institute on Microcomputers in Libraries,” Simmons College GSLIS, Boston. Fee: $125. Contact: see October 24 entry.

10-13—Management: “Library Management Skills Institute,” Columbia Inn, Columbia, Maryland, sponsored by the Office of Management Studies for academic library management staff. Fee: $200. Contact: Donna Reilly or Maureen Schechter, OMS/ARL, 1527 New Hampshire Avenue N.W., Washington, DC 20036; (202) 232-8656.

13 —Ohio Libraries: “Academic Libraries: Image and Impact,” annual fall conference of the Academic Library Association of Ohio (an ACRL chapter), at the Harley Hotel, 1000 East Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio. Contact: Marian Winner, Chapter Chair, Science Library, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056.

14, 21—Online Searching: “Refresher Workshop on Online Database Searching,” Simmons College GSLIS, Boston. Fee: $125. Open to students of previous basic online database searching courses or those currently enrolled. Contact: See October 24 entry.

15- 20—Management: “Advanced Management Skills Institute,” Columbia Inn, Columbia, Maryland, sponsored by the Office of Management Studies for librarians who hold senior management positions or who have attended previous institutes or the equivalent. Fee: $350. Contact: See November 10-13 entry.

16- 20—Grants: Program planning/proposal writing, government funding, foundation/corporate funding. The Grantsmanship Center Training Program, Department of Human Service Programs, City òf Cambridge, Massachusetts. Fee: $395. Contact: Paula Van Gelder, Department of Human Service Programs, Cambridge, MA 02139; (617) 498-9076.

20— Government Documents: “Government Documents in Data Bases,” workshop at the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Rutgers, New Brunswick, New Jersey; sponsored by the Government Documents Association/NJ, Rutgers GSLIS, and the New Jersey Library Association’s Reference Section. Contact: Jana Varlejs, Rutgers GSLIS, 4 Huntington St., New Brunswick, NJ 08903; (201) 932-7169.

December

4—Library Personnel: “Legal Aspects of Personnel Work,” workshop at the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Rutgers, New Brunswick, New Jersey; sponsored by the New Jersey Library Association’s Administration Section and Rutgers GSLIS. Contact: See November 20 entry.

14— 18—Grants: Program planning, etc., The Grantsmanship Center Training Program, City of Cambridge, Massachusetts. See November 16-20 entry for more information.

January

21 —29—Library Schools: Annual Conference of Association of American Library Schools, Denver, Colorado. Fee: $35/$40. Contact: Janet Phillips, Executive Secretary, AALS, 471 Park Lane, State College, PA 16901; (814) 238-0254.

7th ANNUAL MICROFORM CONFERENCE

November 16-17, 1981

Westpark Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Sponsored by: Microform Review and the Micropublishing Committee of RTSD. American Library Association

Registration Fee:

Before October 16: $125.00: after October 16: $150.00

For additional information contact:

MRI Conferences,a division of Microform Review Inc. 520 Riverside Ave.

Westport, CT 06880 (203) 226-6967

2nd ANNUAL COMPUTER HARDWARE & SOFTWARE CONFERENCE

December 11-12, 1981

Westpark Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Sponsored by: Computer Equipment Review & Software Review

Registration Fee:

Before November 11: $125.00 after November 11: $150.00

For additional information contact:

MRI Conferences,a division of Microform Review Inc.

520 Riverside Ave.

Westport, CT 06880

(203) 226-6967

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2nd ANNUAL PRESERVATION & CONSERVATION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS CONFERENCE

February 22-23, 1982

Westpark Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Chairperson: Nina Root,

American Museum of Natural History

Registration Fee:

Before January 21,: $125.00 after January 21: $150.00

For additional information contact:

MRI Conferences,a division of Microform Review inc. 520 Riverside Ave.

Westport, CT 06880 (203) 226-6967

2nd ANNUAL GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS & INFORMATION CONFERENCE

March 26-27, 1982

Westpark Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Chairperson: Peter Hernon, Simmons Graduate School of Library Science

Registration Fee:

Before February 26: $125.00; after February 26: $150.00

For additional Information contact:

MRI Conferences,a division of Microform Review Inc.

520 Riverside Ave.

Westport, CT 06880

(203) 226-6967

27-29—Special Libraries: Winter Meeting of Special Libraries Association, Galt House, Louisville, Kentucky. Contact: Dorothy E. Smith, SLA, 235 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10003; (212) 447-9250.

February

1-12—International Institute: Third annual institute specifically oriented for international visitors to the U.S. Topics to be covered include information retrieval, library automation, and home delivery systems. Fee: $425 (both weeks), $235 (first week only), $120 (each session in the second week). Housing can be booked at nearby hotels. Contact: Ed Kazlauskas, Director, International Institute, School of Library and Information Management, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90007.

21-26—Art Libraries: Art Libraries Society of North America conference, Boston, Massachusetts. Contact: Pamela J. Parry, ALS/NA, 143 Bowling Green Place, Iowa City, IA 52240; (319)351-2078.

Statement of Ownership and Management

College & Research Libraries Newsis published 11 times a year (monthly, combining July/August), by the American Library Association, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, Illinois 60611. American Library Association, owner; George M. Eberhart, editor. Secondclass postage paid at Chicago, Illinois. Printed in U S A. As a nonprofit organization authorized to mail at special rates (Section 132.122, Postal Services Manual), the purposes, function, and nonprofit status of this organization, and the exempt status for federal income tax purposes, have not changed during the preceding twelve months.

Extent and Nature of Circulation

("Average” figures denote the number of copies printed each issue during the preceding twelve months; “Actual” figures denote number of copies of single issue published nearest to filing date—the September 1981 issue.) Total number of copies printed: Average, 12,954; Actual, 13,000. Sales through dealers and carriers, street vendors, and counter sales: not applicable. Mail subscriptions: Average, 10,010; Actual, 9,908. Total paid circulation: Average, 10,010; Actual, 9,908. Free distribution by mail, carrier, or other means, samples, complimentary, and other free copies: Average, 1,197; Actual, I, 205. Total distribution: Average, 11,207; Actual, II, 113. Copies not distributed: Office use, left over, unaccounted, spoiled after printing: Average, 1,747; Actual, 1,887. Returns from news agents: not applicable. Total (sum of previous entries): Average, 12,954; Actual, 13,000.

Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation (PS form 3526, June 1980) for 1981 filed with the United States Post Office, Postmaster in Chicago, Illinois, August 24, 1981.

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO GRADUATE LIBRARY SCHOOL

Calls for Applications for Fellowships for Advanced Study in Library Management

A new program sponsored by the Council on Library Resources beginning March 29, 1982, will help prepare middle and upper level managers in large libraries through a full calendar year of academic studies. On the completion of the course of study, Fellows will be awarded a Certificate of Advanced Study. Applicants will have the M.S. in Library Science degree or equivalent, and from 3 to 5 years of management experience. Up to 8 students may be selected by the faculty who will evaluate a statement of academic and professional objectives, the applicant’s record of experience, and performance on both the GRE and the GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test). The faculty will also consider the nature and extent of support (for example, leave with some pay) that applicants are able to secure from their own institutions.

Up to 5 successful applicants will receive full tuition and a stipend of $8,000. All students admitted to the program will be designated CLR Fellows.

Application deadline February 1, 1982.

To apply write to: Dean, Graduate Library School, JRL S-106, University of Chicago, 1100 East 57th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.

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