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Library Services

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451 Library hours for finals week decided: Howell
College Eye 57:16, p.4
452 Rod announces vacation period library hours
College Eye 57:13, p.10
453 Library closed for Saturday's football game
College Eye 57:6, p.5
454 Library hours are announced
College Eye 57:5, p.4
10/12/1962 Hours extended.
455 Library needs Kildare picture
Canell--Melvin (Class of 1965)
College Eye 57:5, p.2
10/12/1962 Disgust grows as distractions continue in the library.
456 Rare book collection has dime novels, first editions
Blow--Barbara Luscomb (Student--1962)
College Eye 56:40, p.3
8/3/1962 Donald Rod talks about the Library's rare book collection; photo.
457 Library loan period--too long!
Speirs--Kent (Class of 1965)
College Eye 56:38, p.2
7/20/1962 Makes several suggestions to alleviate the problems that come with long checkout periods and short academic terms.
458 Library hours extended to 11 p.m. next year
College Eye 56:32, p.3
5/25/1962 Will also be open until 11 PM during final examinations.
459 Mexican librarian visits SCI campus this week
College Eye 56:30, p.5
5/11/1962 Georgette Cador will visit library.
460 Library open during vacation
College Eye 56:27, p.3
461 Need for European newspapers
Campbell--Duane E. (Class of 1964)
College Eye 56:25, p.2
3/30/1962 Newspapers from other countries would provide different positions on issues; would also give exposure to other languages and press traditions; believes library should subscribe to more newspapers from other countries.
462 Rod defends library checkout system
Rod--Donald Olaf (Library Director)
College Eye 56:22, p.2
3/9/1962 Most students and faculty members understand the reasons for the exit check and are cooperative.
463 No trust?
Karamalla--Ahmed (Student--1961-1962)
College Eye 56:20, p.2
2/23/1962 Students should be trusted in respect to library materials and check-in/out procedures.
464 Rod explains library policy
Rod--Donald Olaf (Library Director)
College Eye 56:19, p.2
2/16/1962 Faculty members are granted indefinite checkout periods with expectation that they will be considerate of others.
465 Checkout presupposes guilt
College Eye 56:18, p.2
2/9/1962 Dislikes library system which checks to see if anyone is sneaking material out of the building.
466 Library hours announced for semester week
College Eye 56:17, p.8
467 Reader demands equal rights
King--Ann (Class of 1962)
College Eye 56:16, p.2
1/19/1962 Students can check out periodicals from the library for one day, professors can check them out indefinitely--equal rights are desired.
468 More library hours, please?
College Eye 56:15, p.2
1/12/1962 Editorial feels that it is necessary for library hours to be extended around finals time at least until new library is built.
469 Library open during vacation
College Eye 56:13, p.8
12/14/1961 Will be open ten days over break.
470 Reader laments book damage
Daniels--Anita (Class of 1963)
College Eye 56:13, p.2
12/14/1961 Letter discusses the abuse of books in the library by students tearing out pages.
471 Change made for circulation of periodicals
College Eye 56:6, p.6
10/20/1961 Will circulate for just one day.
472 Youth books in library exhibit
College Eye 56:2, p.5
9/22/1961 About 360 books from fourteen countries are on display.
473 Library hours are extended
College Eye 56:1, p.4
9/15/1961 Friday hours extended; Saturday hours shortened.
474 Students to play active roles in conference
College Eye 52:26, p.1
4/14/1961 Receptions will be held so that students may meet delegates.
475 Library staff plans survey
College Eye 52:25, p.1
4/7/1961 Will survey students to gather data for use in planning new building.
476 Photocopy service available at library periodical desk
College Eye 52:20, p.2
2/24/1961 Wendell Alford announces photocopy service; will cost fifteen cents per copy; photo.
477 SLB sanctions club constitution
College Eye 52:11, p.2
12/2/1960 Approves Hawaiian Club; establishes committee to foster communication between students and the library and to help with planning for the new library building.
478 Librarians convene for conference at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:88, p.1
10/25/1960 Librarians from across eighteen states attend the Conference on Undergraduate Library Education. Professor Donald O. Rod acts as chairman for the conference, which is sponsored by a grant from the American Library Association.
479 Library adds six hours
College Eye 52:1, p.1
9/16/1960 Library will remain open until 8 PM on weekends.
480 Business is booming for library studiers
College Eye 51:38, p.2
7/29/1960 Use of building and circulation of materials is increasing quickly; photo.
481 Far East exhibit goes on display today in library
College Eye 51:37, p.1
482 Library open until 10 p.m.
College Eye 51:35, p.3
7/8/1960 Mr. Rod cites increased use.
483 Library to observe special vacation hours
College Eye 51:33, p.2
6/24/1960 Over the Fourth of July.
484 1959 reminisces 1960
College Eye 51:31, p.4
5/27/1960 Photos feature the highlights of the 1959-1960 academic year; photo.
485 New system pays off
Rod--Donald Olaf (Library Director)
College Eye 51:24, p.6
3/26/1960 Mr. Rod responds to Jim Riggs' statements concerning the new checkout system at the library.
486 Is checkout system worth expense?
Riggs--James A. (Class of 1960)
College Eye 51:23, p.7
3/18/1960 Comments on the new checkout system at the library; believes that costs may not justify the installation of the security check.
487 Editorial musings
College Eye 51:18, p.6
2/12/1960 Comments on President Eisenhower's proposed budget surplus, intellectualism at TC, and the inconvenient hours of the library.
488 More efficiency provided by new library rule
College Eye 51:17, p.1
2/5/1960 No material will be checked out in the ten minutes before closing.
489 No books in break
College Eye 51:16, p.2
1/22/1960 No books may be checked out in the ten minute break between classes; hope to relieve congestion in library.
490 Just a minute . . . .
Pierce--Myrna J. (Classes of 1961--1986--and 2005)
College Eye 51:11, p.8
12/4/1959 Claims that library hours should be extended due to the increased work load of students.
491 Check-out system accepted by students
College Eye 51:9, p.1
11/13/1959 Book check system seems to cutting down losses; description of the system; photo.
492 New 'checkpoint' system betters library efficiency
College Eye 51:2, p.1
9/25/1959 Everyone must use east door; material will be checked at the door; new microfilm reading room set up; government documents move to third floor; Youth Collection expanded; more study carrels added.
493 Legislature appropriates $2,572,250; substantial start on building program
Alumnus 44:2, p.2
5/1/1959 New buildings will include a health services facility and a music building; an addition to Arts and Industries; improvements to infrastructure; new dorm also approved; photo.
494 Library count aids in planning
College Eye 50:21, p.8
2/27/1959 Count made of traffic into library; 3078 enter building in one day.
495 More than books
College Eye 50:18, p.2
2/6/1959 Appreciates improvements in library; encourages students to use the building and collections courteously..
496 Returning students find library busy, changed
College Eye 50:4, p.5
10/3/1958 Has new furniture; students must show identification in order to check out books; description of facilities; photo.
497 Y library expands collections, service
College Eye 50:4, p.5
10/3/1958 A look at some of the changes in the Youth Collection; photo.
498 Say, this is one place I've never seen!
College Eye 49:39, p.3
8/1/1958 History of library services and facilities; Mr. Rod comments on his aims for the library; photo.
499 Study peculiarities are uncovered among students
College Eye 49:21, p.1
2/28/1958 Report on a survey of study habits of students.
500 Rule abuse necessitates identification
Rod--Donald Olaf (Library Director)
College Eye 49:14, p.1
12/20/1957 Must show identification in order to check out library material.


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