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Library Informer
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Library Informer
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4 p.
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English
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Libraries & Instructional Media Services Department
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Libraries & Instructional Media Services Department
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Nassau, Bahamas

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Libraries -- Newsletters   ( lcsh )

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Library Informer (Vol. 1, no. 5)

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College of The Bahamas
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. f/1\ f ., /I;.I /Informer .. \THE elFTHE E.L.H.6JI'1.';SE;I-I',"":C)lTTHLiT"LETTERJANUAR.Y,1994NewYear's Resolutions L1\'1yfriendsand Iwillnot tall:l'J,-:::l"3r:dconstantly or usethe librarY asa Sc,clalC:lub.TlieLibrarIans tire rJ'f I" C) I ivillnotgrumble when the E:ecunt'/Cfficerasksme to presentmy current stuclent identification.Iwill'getmy identification vallclated atthe beginmng-'nottl-18 endof tl'1e semester. 3. I willnot l-teepmy books pasttheDUE DATEtl-len tellti-18 areal sadstOryaskedtopay fines. Thesesadstories tleen hearcl many times1fIthepast. 4 .1w'illnot wear or use mv 'NaH:mant'leLibrary. I must rememb'erthatI denotsoundllkearockstarwI-len I singalong 'frlthflY'\Vall-tman. -_.5_I "viIIDotdo I atsi:.:1[1the tables. swmg on theCn:ilrSancithelr nr WIrM1r":,',-..ror)-JPc..... ,... -I, _.L.........._,_"\-"'_"-"pI.::.'''}'I." __"rurmture. tJ.1Wili.notDnngmunchies,snad:s1:'(andsecretly eator drinl-:lDtheleavemygarttage behmcl onthet:'C!O{,:;':el,resami f U!";Li ture."7I ,-,ld-(-.f 'rnl-'l ...':"" .., "-' t-' .1.,_,_"_"_'1.l-"-'-''''-''';''-"-". '-'. '."'-' -'-".; I caEpretendthebool{belc'ngs:-[18. 8.Iwlll allowthesecuntvoff1,:erto:[(!tragas!"equested. CJ I ,villfI'iflp:i"om";'\1"\,',.,,1-_.. I.,_.. ...1<" ,_, .'!111:,'_'.:".",:,'_\ .. 1'....;.'_1'-'.L;_'''';'.fmnute,then plead wltrJtheLlc'rarEn.:7tc brea): therules,s::::nGtfallif;:"coutse10. Iwillremember f;hattheLIbrarylendsBool':s, Resolutionscontinued lIotT3;:::e.Staples,Pencils,Pens, liqUid :Paper,etc.,tl-JeseareSOLDj,I1the 11.I 'Nillnotleave mybag occupingneedeljtable andchairsp3ceivl-Jile IlunchatMacDonaldsorshopat the. CIty l'!1arket. 12.I wi 11 refrain fromusingthe table tops2lndthebookshelvesasgarbarge bins.I have.social toputtrashwhereit tlelcmgs.:3I willreallze thatmyassistancewiththese resolutionswill begreatlyappreciated by the library;;taff. ,,,.'IIThere are1110rel -;1 111enennobledby... ...: studythanby,} :: fNature. --Cicero \IJ : :\1II lJ r \ ,'" t_1 1

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FROI'l'l THE r',,1EDLt, The IvIedial)epthasrecentlyrecel',ieda 24-volumevideoseriesfoeprimaryeducationtitled"TheBig:Vlorld for LittlePeople." Eachcassettecontainsto 5 programstOL:tllingapproximately120differentprograms.Programsvary in length[nlm10-15[nili u tcs.ListedtielOViarethefirstE t;-;e:-eITiainingtitlesl,villbelistedir!thenextis::':iJ8,:,fTl-,eInfclrmer.(Pleaseccntact"T.[lonova.n if /l=idLcec1::..r(:....Inf':1rrrr::t tI':' n). VOL1. T"VondervyorldofScienceijJfmfJ':':',Programs::-t.Vlhat'sthebrisJitest.::t:;rthe,:J:y?b.\'lhygras2grOINCif!the c.How bigwere tl-le Dinos:tuc:?d.Vlrlat'sthe bIggest llvmgthi!""!g;' VOL L:.Wonderworld ofScience. (43ITIlnS\.Programs:a.\Vhy dospidersspin "Ne\:;.::'-b.Vn-(r' can'tIfly llkea!:IIreP c. vn(/docatsI-lave'oNhisi-:ers? d. \Vheredolostballoonsgo';' VOL3. Wonderworld ofScience. (43rn.ins\Programs:a. I siton a cloucFb. Does it8,rerraininthec.'lnlerecloesramgoafteritfalls'!'':!What'siflslCleaseecl'I' \/OL4. "iNonderworld of Science.(37mins}:d...Tr-1Ydon't Ifall up?\JWlBtgoodarerocks')c.doessandCCHT18frDfn;"Programs:ct,l'iIagnets.1:1.LlgJlt.c."v'C:Lt,InvestlgatorALlIgator(3':;mins'"Pcogr:;.ms::;.. Electri,:i ty. L ..... __ .l_.:.' _____. c. Solid,liquid, gas. VOL 7.OurWonderful Body.(50 rnins).Programs:a. HowItgro'vvs. b.Hov? it moves.c.HowwetH'eatl-Ie.d.How Its partsvvorktogether. e. Thefieartandlimv it works. VOL8. Wilcl Places.(40mins}. Programs:a.Alligatorswamp.1:1.l'llon]{eyrain forest.c.Lily pad pond. C! desert. "lOL 9.Ecology forBeginners.(33 mins).Programs:a.Howanimals getready for Winter.tl.How animalslivethrougllthe Winter.c.Plants andanimals dependoneachother.VOL10.EcolDgy for Beginners.(34mins). Programs:a.VnlYanimals live wheretlleyclo.b.'!,nlYplantsgrov\1wherethey do.c.E isfor ecology. VOL11. Ivlathematics for tleginners.(48rilins).Programs:a.Ac1c1ition. b. Sutdraction. c. I'llultip11c3 tlOn. d.Division.VOLE.l\IanJematics realjiness. (39mins).Frograms:a. Tl-lis onewithttJat one. bV7hicl-1 go togetller. c. Up, down, allaround.d.Olcl'Homan wholived in a slloe.i

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TheSpecialCollectionsstaffwouldliketoremindstudentsofthefollowmg:1. carde]rawersAPENC)TT;:=:;E:Etr -D r ---t l......, .L. -1-''.-.-!.::."-'f-',;,-1 ,....4..:", 1-,n.t".Ll\'l'_!\' EtrUIH .llt:Lctt:c\UE:,'-lt:1_.-:;,_,.",_.,.'-"'.'.'..,eJlI.,-,1<::1,_.a bad pr'3,cticeofdrawersand L '._.. ... Lt..tI' -. l-.-k'")-,.::.;'.1,;_.,:-.','.'T',::.',-u;e:,:"ll!..ln;: .. lenlUL1L...':lE;;',_d,., .!_'.Thisis not theproperwaytoconsult'::1ca(aloguelyourconvenience,shouldyouneedtot::tl{8I:'U(aStuclentsshouldrememt.ertj':at3.1(;(of time andeffort went intothearrangmentan;:]labellingofthese::lrawers anelthatt1"leSeeffectsi:.,litrarystaffshouldbebetterappreciatedFleaserememberthatrequest[Cirri,S'arew\]efilledoilt if "'-'Ill,vi:cl-'to horrow.:tn'/m::tteTi::11f!",:>iTlSpecial ID 'are'aIsc, toi:,t:\)y the Special Collectionsstaff. Requestfcc;-,-;:;cant:efounel at the top ofthe cardcatalogue forst1Jdents'con'renience.:::t:':theydott1eir searcl-ie:;.Fleaseusetheshelfbuiltintothecabmet forfilling C'titthese forms, rathert}-Ian takingout thedra'fferS anelcarryingthemOV81" towhere youaloesitting.3.Loansarelimited to i-houror2-hc;ur sesslOns, cleperlcliligonthetype of matel-ial aneldemand.;.. fine ':'! .2:=;I:ents will chargedfell'nc;urorpartor,:.n,/hourtl'iattl-lemateriall'lZtstll:;erlG',jfrdije.l'/Iaterialm;3Ybe renewed however,ifnotrequestedb:c'otrJernote tl-,atrequestsentertainedbyC':lllections.:)N()C':>llectionsmaterial is tc'bet::t){enout -1.--the >":,.:Wllltoeheld accouritable for anythin220ne6.Lit'rarymaterialis nottobemis-handledin anywa?Vle ha'!e found pagesmissingand material .:' 1 -'1 -tl -I"-tLl'l-ntC'C'L'tfpl-ElC'?fctetacecc:tfnU,_I_alec.!.j_de::..'-t:..: ...:.(. _. \.....: .. "-.re:cqlt,-'fh;Ojj1andtlesicles.whatever outpages when anasslgnment is TheSpeCialCollections department w'lshes to welcome allnew studentstotheCollege Llbrary.Fleasedonothesitate to asl{us foranyassistance you may need when worJ{ing onresearchproJects.From:LibraryAdministrationDuetonumerouscomplaintsfromstudents, lecturers;::tnd.::taff aboutnoisem tl-IelitJrary(especially onthesecond floor which most timestakeonthe appeal"anCe of aclassroom of higrl scl100lor juniori-ligh students},the administrationhasmadesome changeseffectiveJanuary 1994. Thesecond floorofthelibrary willnowbe designatedastudyareaforindividuals whoarereallyintenton clO1rl2senousstudyand research. TNeare to attractamereresponsible anc1maturegroupor. :+'lU'"'fl'l'."';-.ti-,0=:'.L' -J.' hl-;ji"y'/esr:1eciallv onthe2nd floor)........,-. ..... J.....l....'-, -- beginningthissemester. Thesenewruleswillapply: :. 1. HC'groupstudynor projectworkwillbe allow.ed upstalfs.If'lOUneed to study orto worJ{atnend(orfnends), t1-len you areadvised tofmd alternatlve studyal-e-as.A quiet settingis not for you. ,-;, I,T'-'J ttl'noC'iC":'linp' loud talking nor socializingL.t. ._._._l._1 C'J-.-=--=-.::., yo/ill be toleratecl tt1efocusw111 be on individual study.3:3tudentswill nolongerbeabletouse thearea for ;tal':ing a tlreak' Dr forrestand relaxatlDfl ..It has been observedby bothstaff and students that thIS hasbecome quitethenormi .t:..nvstudent violatingtrleseruleswillbepromptly to leaVEthelibrary. It is hopedthatthIS nelarrangement will serve toattractamoremature andseriolis-mindedbed? ofstudentswho could appreciate;jndrecognizethevalueofallbrary and ltsresources.Thellclrar'lstaff wouldliketo remindstudentsthatt}-18'/arenr:1lOl1.ger in a high school or juniorhighsettmgandthattheyconclucti;la m:tf'np"P tn 3. r.ellege atmosphere.Studentsare-t.-:librarv';;;rulesand -' l'_\-'_l.l. '. .... 11\_ ....-1..... ......"., .... :"'lj ......:.... OC"''','!' .. 1.....rC:'!'.,rl"j,::l:-l'-::';,"l c=:. ric I.,jr:..c!lloJ 1 C,S._l.i.I.:4,I_lU...i....::..l.'_"_'_'.l... _.._,..... _enforce these.

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BOOKREVIEWTheInternationalWho'sWho ofWomen. London:Europa Publications,1992. Ti-18 above-mennoned bOOKisa biographH::al refel"enCe work whichhighlightsthelivesandacl-llevements of (I1rer4,000 of trlemostermnentandchstmguishedwo:-nenin theworld toclay. It acl:nowledgesHnportant andinfluentialwomen fromthefields of c1iplornaticpoliciesandbusmess. sCIence, educationan.:l tothe vllor-letsoffilITl,llIterature.televlSwn,mednarIdThe':'.utobiosnaphyofVl.E.BDubois;:P::Hsin inthe Suneme hundred fortY'-nineclassics are summart::edandanalyzedlfJ this essentlal referenceon History' andCulture.It reflectsthegrowth and .::m311areas of professionalisrn. It nott:-;candaCCl18vements of ::i.gures but alsorecogni2esfrDrnthegl:::;}::e .. have recentlycome tothe foreoftheIrl:ar::i.cularfields. Itshouldbeof special interest toanyoneneedingagUlde to the world'sleading contemi:c,r5T,'''-'.'0men,egoIvlargaret E.IvlcDonald Bahamiandiplom3.tandDamePuth Nlta Barrmv Barbachandiplomat. Book ReviewMasterpiecesofAfrican-American Literature,t.dltedtlY N. Ivlaglll.PubllshedbyE3.C[:.ecC'ollrns,New York: 1992, 593ppI''1a.sterpiecesof,t.,frican Americ::mLiteraLn"efeaturescnticalsummanesanddisccipnc;lsof tl-le tl-leimportantfactsanddatesofauthcr:m;:.:,l:':lgtr;.e:]fsettingS',;:tnda.relfl!::lucied[l:il""vlcri:slilg'8Lr':=.lnclu,:tlflg::indSl-l!:::rtstorles.C'ovenngover'200 yearsof Afncafl-Afi,en'::3.li'Nrlnngs.thisboo\-:.inclt:desvitalinformaticiiCf:[";-1?-1'='1'worl'.:sb:,'welll':no'7vn authors suerlasJames\::alchvm.('laudeBrovm, Eldridge Cleaver,V;'.E.B. DubOIS,I'/lactinLutherKingJr.as well asworksbyrnanylesserknownZ1utl-lorsandiorrite.r;:;:.TheS93pagetIOOI':includessuchtitlesas: Blacl-:Bc',.Tile ColorPurple The.l',utobiography of MalcolmZCollected Speeel-les of Iv1artinLutherKmgJr.Jan.10-rvIsIvlelodyRolleJan.1:3-Mr. Stanley''NilliamsJan.'2:3--IvlrsLorraineCoxFeb.D2--Ivls ElsieBain,I


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