Library Informer (Vol. 5 no. 6) - June 1993

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Title:
Library Informer (Vol. 5 no. 6) - June 1993
Abbreviated Title:
Library Informer
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6 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. 5 no. 6) - New Staff (June 1993)

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College of The Bahamas
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---_._-----------VOLUMEVNO.6June.1993 "Thebestexecutiveistheonewhohassenseenoughtopickgood employeestodowhat he wants done, andself-restraintenough.tokeep from meddlingwiththemwhiletheydoit" LibraryStaffNotes BirthdayGreetingsJune25June30MrsBerthamae Walker MissCarlaGIinton NewLibraryStarr MemberMiss Sandra RamjattanJoinsLibraryStaffMIss RamjattanjoinedtheLibrarystaffonMay,1993.ShecomestoCOBfromTrinidad.Shehasher M.A. inLibrary & InformationStudies.Graduated1990LougnboroughUniv.,U.K.Shepreviouslyworked in theMainLibraryattheUniversityoftheWestIndies,St.Augustine.Shewi1IbeservingastheSpecialCollection/sLibrarian.Wheneveryou/reintheLibrarystopbyandgiveherawarmwelcometotheBahamas.

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NameThe Library TheLiorarianisinsearchof anamefortheCOBLibrarySystem, andfornamesfortheindividualcampuslibraries.In view ofthis,members oftheCOBcommunityareinvitedtosubmitsuggestionsforconsiaeration.Oneentryperpersonisallowedand arationaletosupportthenominationisrequired.Thefol lowingcriteriashouldguide the seiection:1. Nomineesshouldbeliving.2. shouldhavedemonstratedastrongcommitmenttothedevelopment ofTheCollegeoftheBahamas,itsIibrariesand programmes. Nominationsshouldbesubmittedto:TheLibrarian,CollegeoftheBahamas, P.O.BoxN4912, Nassau,ortheymaybe dropped inthesuggestionboxatyour campus1ibraryforforwarding.Thedeadl ineforentriesisJune 25, 1993. From The Acquisitions LibrarianMrs.B.Walker BooksRecentlyReceived:1.Violencein SouthAfricaThereportoftheCommonWealth ObserverMissionstoSouthAfricaphase one: October 1992toJanuary1993. 2.MasterpiecesofAfrican-AmericanLiterature(donatedbyUSIS)Descriptions,analyses,characters,plots,themes,criticalevaluationsandsignificanceof major works offiction,nonfiction,drama andpoetry.EditedbyFrankN.MagiI1c1992.Thetextincludesworks by:Maya Angelou--Al IGod'sChildrenNeedTraveling Shoes IKnow Why theCagedBirdSingRichardWright-NativeSon,TheOutsider,Saved Today, Black Boy,TheLongDream. Al iceWalker--The ColorPeople,ThePoetryof Al iceWalker. James BaldwinAnother Country,BluesforMisterCharIie,TheFireNext Time, Notes of aNativeSon.

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Fromthe AcquiBitioOB Librarlan--continued.Plusworksbyotherwriterssuchas:WalterMosley, Zora NealeThurston,AmiriBaraka,JohnA.WilIiams,PauleMarshalI,Joyce Carol Thomas,TomMorrison, W.E.B. Dubois, ClaudeMcKay,MalcolmX,ShelbySteele,etc... Conferences&Seminars Academic Conferences ofParticularinteresttoScholars.June13--19...ALCAN,JamaicanCompanyPresents25thCaribbean ManagementSeminarCCMS)andthe19th CaribbeanSeniorExecutive ConferenceCCSEC) CiboneyOchoRios,Jamaica, W.I.Theme:CCMS)"OrganizationalTransformationLeading and ManagingforContinuous Improvement"CCSEC)"TheCaribbean:StrategicImperativesforWorldClassExcellence"June23--26...EDUCATIONALMEDIA93: World ConferenceonEducationalMultimedia and Hypermedia, Hyatt OrlandoHotel,Orlando,Fla.SponsoredbytheAsso.fortheAdvancement of Computing inEducation.Contact:AACE,P.O.Box2966,CharlottesviIIe,Va.22902. Phone: 804-973-3987, Fax: 804-978-7449. June 27--30...TheMagicof Technology, HostedbytheUniversityofCentralFloridaattheMarriott/sOrlando WorldCenter,Orlando,Fla.The14th annualmeetingoftheNationalEducational ComputingConference.Contact:DonnaJ.Baumbach, Univ. ofCentralFla.Dept. ofEd.Services,Orlando,Fl.32816-1250. Phone: 407-823-3275, Fax: 407-823-3276.July12--30...CoursesofferedbytheInternational Law Institute1615 New HampshireAve.N.W.Washington D.C. 20009 1.CapitalMarkets: Development & Regulation2. PublicEnterprises:Restructuring & Privatization July12toAug.6.........3.Orientationin the U.S. Legal System.(ThisisalectureCourse.)

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ConferencesandSeminars--continued.August23--27...AI-ED93: World Conferenceon IntelligenceinEducation,Edinburgh ConferenceCentre,EdinburghScotland.HostedbytheUniversityof Edinburgh.Contact: AACE P.O.Box2966,Char10ttesviI 1e,Va.22902, 804-973-3987,Fax804-978-7449.FromTheCata1 oguer Mr.StanleyWilliams New BooksReceivedintheCataloguingDepartmentMasterpiecesofAfrican-AmericanLiteratureEditedbyFrankN.Magill.PublishedbyHarperCollinsPublishers, New York: c1992, 593pp.IslandersintheStream: aHistoryoftheBahamianpeople,Volumeone: fromaboriginaltimestotheend ofslavery,byMichael Craton andGai1Saunders.PublishedbyUniversityof GeorgiaPress,Athens: c1992, 455pp.AfricaUnderColonialDomination 1880--1935editor A.Adu Boahen,PublishedbyJamesCurrey,London: c1990, 357pp.RevolutionandRebellionintheEarlyModernWorld:byJack aGoldstone,PublishedbyUniversityofCaliforniaPressLosangeles:c1990, 608pp.TheInternationalStudent/sGuidetotheAmericanUniversity:Fromchoosingtherightschooltoadjustingtocampus 1ife:byGregory A. Barnes,PublishedbyNationalTextbookCompany,Lincolnwood, II Iinois:c1991, 28pp.