Library Informer (Vol. 2 no. 2)

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Library Informer (Vol. 2 no. 2)
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Library Informer
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Libraries and Instructional Media Services Department
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Libraries and Instructional Media Services Department
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Libraries -- Newsletters   ( lcsh )

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Library Informer (Vol. 2 no.2) - this issue features learning library skills as part the discovery process

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College of The Bahamas
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COLLEGEOFTHEBAHAMAS NASSAU, BAHAMAS-EST.1974oluT"eII,::UL"L,er 2AMONTHLYNEWSLElTEROctober1988MAKEA DISCOVERYItisamistaketothinkthateverythinghasbeendiscoveredraswellthinkthehorizontheboundaryofthew0rld.(Lemierre)SincetheNovember1986ionalGeoqraphicart;icle"WhereCulumbusFoundtheNewWorLi"by.JosephJudge,muchdiscussion,talkandresearchhavefocusedontheissueofColumbusIexactlandfall.itinfactSamanaCay,-asJudgeargues,orwasitGUalalalli(nowSanSa..lva..d:::);Howcanyoufindout?RetrLevalofinformationonthistopicisquitepossibleusingtheknowledgeandskillsgainedintheLibraryOriencationandInstructioncourse.LIBR013isdesignedtointroducestudentstothelibraryresources,therebyenablingthemtoacquiresomeknowledgeofforcarryingoutindependentresearch.Italsofillsagapifistudentsknowledgebetween"learningaboutthelibrary"inhighschooland"usingthelibraryforresearch"inapostsecondaryeducationalinstitution.Inlightofthis,youshouldembracealltheopportunitiesavailabletoyou.CreatewithinyourselfapositiveattitudetowardLibrary013becausetheknowledgeyougainisnotjustusefulforcollegelifebutcanalsoformthebasisofalifetimeoflearning.Sogetstarted.UseyourpowerofresearchanddiscoverColumbus'truelandfall!

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AREE'I?TheWhitePaperonIndependencewaspresentedinParliamentonOctober18,1972.TheNationalInsuranceSchemewentintoeffecton7thOctober,1974. .TheBahamasMonetaryAuthoritywasestablishedinOctober1968withcontrolovercurrency,exchangeregulationsandtheoperationofbanksandtrustcompanies.ItwastotheCentralBank.THETWELVEDIAJ.'10ND8OF\,lISDOM1.Talkoften,butneverlong.Don'tboreyourfriends.2.Tellstoriesorjokesseldom.Ifyoudo,bebrief.3.Neverholdanybodyhiswillinorderbeheardout.4.Incompanyofothers,aVdidtovournelgnbour.5.Avoidtalkingabout6.Haveafrankandopenbutalwaysbereservedinside,everyunguar1ledexpressionwillbeusedagainstyouwhenitistosomeone'sadvantage.7.Alwayslookpeopleinthefacewhenyouspeaktothem,forthenyoucantelltheyarewithyouoragainstyou.8.Donltspreadorreceivecrossipandscandal.9.Donltmimic.Thepersonmimickedisinsulted,andaninsultisneverforgiven.10.Neverswearbywayofemphasis.Apoorimpressionismade,andfurthermore,itiswicked.11.Loudlaughteristhemirthofthemob.Apersonofgoodsenseisthereforeonlyseentosmile,butneverlaugh.12.Whateveryousay,sayitdistinctly,gracefully,andwithapleasantsmile.

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THEBOOKSHELFIn1492,CoJ,umPuswasthe;f:rstEuropeantodisco'\(ertheBahamas.DiscoveryDayisOctober12,butperhapssomeofyouarenotfami.lia]withitshistory.ReadingthefollowingCollegecftheBaha.maslibrarybookscanchangeyourknowledge:BF1656D721986Craton,Michael.loo,Canada,Ai,istor'ToftheBahamas.1986.3rded.Hater....Thisinteresting,readablebookcoversthe"discovery"plusBahamianhistoryupto1985.The"discovery"chapterissubstantial,butbyincludingtheentirehistory,Cratonprovidesawell-intesratedcoveragewhichplaceseventsinabroadercontext.BE114G47ColumbusandhisWorJd:firstSanSalvadorConferenceheldC;ctober30 -Novembe.r3,1986attheCollegeoftheFinaerLakes,SanSalvadorIsl&nd,Eahamas.FortLauderdale,Fla.:TheCollegE::Centre,c1987.TheConferenceProceedinasjncludepapersbyinternationalparticipants.VariousaspectsofColumbus'lifearecovered,leadinguptohisJ.andingatSanSalvadorandlaterevents.Whilemorecomprehensiveandacademicthantheabove,thisbookalsoprovidesgoodreading.LIBRARYTRIVIAWEHAVEA!CongratulationstoPatriceChisholmforcorrectlyansweringtheTriviaquestionsinlastmonth'sLihraryInformer.PleasecontactMrs.Walkerconcerningyourprize.ANSWERSTOLASTTRIVIA1.TheBahamasLibraryAssociation.2.MastersinLibraryandInformationScience.NEWTRIVIA1.WhenwastheRan;furlyOutIslandLibraryestablished?2.NameoneOrganizationwhichcontributesregularlytotheRanfurlyLibraryBookFund.

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DATES TO NOTE......DiscoveryMonth......ToastmastersMonth38.NursesRecognitionWeek....DrugActionServiceFitnessFair-St.John'sCollege.October12..DiscoveryDayOctober17-22....BusinessWomen'sWeekOctober18-20.....Co-operativeDevelopmentConferenceWyndhamAmbassadorBeachHotelOctober23-29......BahamasSocialWorkers'WeekOctober28......LastdaytowithdrawfromcollegeprogramnleswithoutAcademicPenalty.October October OctoberOctoberLIBRARY DISPLAYDuringthemonthofOctobertheSpecialCollectionsDepartmentoftheLibrarywillhaveondisplayanumberofdocumentsrelatedtothesubjectofColumbus'discoveries.YouareinvitedtoviewtheseFOODS OF......-,.._-,. nt:.YVur,a-uThisistheseasonandperhapstherearesomeofyouwhoaretiredofthetr,tditionalguavaduff.Hereisanotherguavarecipeyoucantry.GuavaPie2cans(2-pounds2-ounces-each)guavashells6tablespoonslimporlemonjuice1tablespoonarrowroot19-inchbakedpieshell1cupheavycreamDraintheliquidfromtheguavashells,measurepourintoasmallsaucepan.Settneshellsaside.Bringtheguavajuicetoaboilandreduceto1cup.Addlimejuice.Dissolvethearrowrootinalittlewater,stirintotheguavajuiceandcookoverlowheat,stirringconstantly,untilthemixturethickenslightly.Removefromheat.Spreadathilllayerofthisglazeovertheofthepiecrust.Arrangetheguavashells,cuts1dedown,inthepiecrustinPourtherestoftheqlazeoverihemandcooltoroomtemperature.whipthecreamandserveieparatelywiththepie.Serves6.