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Table of Contents
    UF Libraries Director welcomes faculty
        Page 1
    Frequently asked questions
        Page 2
    Recent additions to UF's electronic resources
        Page 2
    Full-text online journal guide
        Page 3
    AccessUN database
        Page 3
    United States newspaper program/Florida
        Page 3
    ILL: your passport to the world
        Page 4
    Meet Mimi Pappas
        Page 5
    Revised library handouts available
        Page 5
    Library orientations and Q&A offered
        Page 6
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UF Libraries Director


Frequently Asked
Questions

Recent Additions
to UF's Electronic
Resources


Full-Text Online
Journal Guide

Reference Managers

AccessUN
(1956-2000) Database

United States
Newspaper
Program/Florida


Library Locations


EIU: Your Passport to
the World


Meet Mimi Pappas

Revised Handouts


Library Orientations



, 2 UNIVERSITY OF
- FLORIDA


Welcomes Faculty


Welcome back to campus! The libraries
are undergoing some visible
transitions this year and we have some
very good news.

For the first time in five years, the
libraries have received a major increase
in our resources budget. This good
news is tempered by the fact that they
are one-time funds as opposed to
recurring; however, the Board of
Regents has requested that they be
moved to recurring status next year.
The increase should enable us to
purchase many materials that have
been on "wish lists" for some time. If
you need library resources that we
could not order previously, please
contact your bibliographer to discuss
what options are now available. A list
of Library Subject specialists with their
email addresses and phone numbers
can be found at http://web.uflib.ufl
edu/selects.html.

Effective August 1st John Ingram has
accepted appointment as the Director
for Collections. John brings many
talents and skills to his new position.
As many of you know, John, has
managed the Department of Special
Collections for the past six years. He
assisted in design of the large new


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space assigned
to the depar-
tment, brought
in new staff,
and spear-
headed the DaleB. C aelas
development of Director, UF Libraries
development of
expanded hours
and services. John oversaw the
department's expansion to include Area
Studies as well as traditional special
collections and directed the growth of
joint academic/library functions in the
Special Collections Reading Room. The
growing visibility of special collections
on campus is directly attributable to
John's leadership of the talented and
productive Special and Area Studies
Collections staff. In addition to his
library work, John edited and
transcribed "John Evelyn's Elysium
Britannicum," which will be published in
September by the University of
Pennsylvania Press. John is looking
forward to becoming acquainted with
many more faculty in his new role. He
can be reached at 392-0342 or
jeingrrnmail.uflib.ufl.edu.

Carolyn Allen will be leaving her
position as Deputy Director of Libraries


(Continued on page 7)




Page Title


Frequently Asked

Questions


Who decides which books,
journals, etc. are available
through the Libraries?

Collection Managers select
resources to support the
objectives of the university
community for the various
subject areas. See the insert for a list of
subject areas and selectors or go to
http:/ /www.uflib.ufl.edu/selects.htmlf
Suggestions for new materials for your
area may be made to specific librarians.

Did we buy a new library
management system yet?

No, but we are working on
it. Instead of a Reqwst for
Proposal (RF) we've written
an Invitation to NegotHate
(ITN) to go out to systems
vendors by October and the choice will
be made by June 2001. For more see
http:/ /www.fcla.edu/FCLAinfo/ Ims/
Imspg.html

How can I choose and locate
indexes and/or full-text
databases that are best for
the journals in a given
subject area?

It can be very challenging to
keep track of the abundant
resources. The Database
Locator insert will be helpful.
You may also ask a librarian and
receive specific recommendations.


Jimmie Lundgren
Resource Services


Recent Additions to UF's

Electronic Resources


Oxford English Dictionary (OED)

The OED is the major source on the evolution of the English language. As the
authoritative guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of over half a
million words, the Dictionary traces the usage of English words through 2.5
million quotations from international English language sources, including
classic literature and specialist periodicals, film scripts and even cookbooks.
The OED covers words from across the English-speaking world, from North
America to South Africa, from Australia and New Zealand to the Caribbean.
It also provides etymological analysis, listings of variant spellings, and
pronunciation using the International Phonetic Alphabet.


Poole's Plus

This enhanced Web version of William Frederick Poole's Index to Periodical
Literature (1802-1906), precursor to the Reader's Guide, is currently the major
digital index of the nineteenth century. With over three million citations, the
Index cites articles documenting the cultural and intellectual life of this period
for researchers from all disciplines. The contents are divided into series, each
covering a genre of literature. Poole's Plus enhancements include corrections
and additions to the print version; for many of the previously anonymous
entries, the author's name is now given. In addition, the Poole's Plus is in the
process of adding citations from the Index to Periodicals (1890-1902), edited by
William T Stead; some of these citations are already available in the
database. The Index to Periodicals covers the following sources:


Cumulative Index to a Selected List of Periodicals (1896-1899)
Nineteenth Century Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature
(1890-1899)
Index Medicus (1879-1927)
Galloupe's General Index to Engineering Periodicals
(1888-1893)

Both of these resources are accessible to UF affiliated users via the UF
Library's "Quick Links" page at http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/quick.html.

Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Science Services


2 LIBRARYNEWS


List of Links:
http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/selects.html
http://www.fcla.edu/FCLAinfo/lms/lmspg.html
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/auick.html.


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Page Title


Frequently Asked

Questions


Who decides which books,
journals, etc. are available
through the Libraries?

Collection Managers select
resources to support the
objectives of the university
community for the various
subject areas. See the insert for a list of
subject areas and selectors or go to
http:/ /www.uflib.ufl.edu/selects.htmlf
Suggestions for new materials for your
area may be made to specific librarians.

Did we buy a new library
management system yet?

No, but we are working on
it. Instead of a Reqwst for
Proposal (RF) we've written
an Invitation to NegotHate
(ITN) to go out to systems
vendors by October and the choice will
be made by June 2001. For more see
http:/ /www.fcla.edu/FCLAinfo/ Ims/
Imspg.html

How can I choose and locate
indexes and/or full-text
databases that are best for
the journals in a given
subject area?

It can be very challenging to
keep track of the abundant
resources. The Database
Locator insert will be helpful.
You may also ask a librarian and
receive specific recommendations.


Jimmie Lundgren
Resource Services


Recent Additions to UF's

Electronic Resources


Oxford English Dictionary (OED)

The OED is the major source on the evolution of the English language. As the
authoritative guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of over half a
million words, the Dictionary traces the usage of English words through 2.5
million quotations from international English language sources, including
classic literature and specialist periodicals, film scripts and even cookbooks.
The OED covers words from across the English-speaking world, from North
America to South Africa, from Australia and New Zealand to the Caribbean.
It also provides etymological analysis, listings of variant spellings, and
pronunciation using the International Phonetic Alphabet.


Poole's Plus

This enhanced Web version of William Frederick Poole's Index to Periodical
Literature (1802-1906), precursor to the Reader's Guide, is currently the major
digital index of the nineteenth century. With over three million citations, the
Index cites articles documenting the cultural and intellectual life of this period
for researchers from all disciplines. The contents are divided into series, each
covering a genre of literature. Poole's Plus enhancements include corrections
and additions to the print version; for many of the previously anonymous
entries, the author's name is now given. In addition, the Poole's Plus is in the
process of adding citations from the Index to Periodicals (1890-1902), edited by
William T Stead; some of these citations are already available in the
database. The Index to Periodicals covers the following sources:


Cumulative Index to a Selected List of Periodicals (1896-1899)
Nineteenth Century Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature
(1890-1899)
Index Medicus (1879-1927)
Galloupe's General Index to Engineering Periodicals
(1888-1893)

Both of these resources are accessible to UF affiliated users via the UF
Library's "Quick Links" page at http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/quick.html.

Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Science Services


2 LIBRARYNEWS


List of Links:
http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/selects.html
http://www.fcla.edu/FCLAinfo/lms/lmspg.html
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/auick.html.


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Page Title


Full-Text Online

Journal Guide


If you'd like to know which electronic source
(Academic Index, Wilson Select via First Search,
JSTOR, etc.) indexes a particular journal, or if
you're wondering whether a journal is available
online in full-text, Jointly Administered
Knowledge Environment (JAKE) can help.

JAKE is a database that contains information
about various online indexes. You can search by
journal title to determine:

which online resource indexes a
particular journal

which online resource contains full text of a
particular journal

which years are covered by the online resource

full titles of journals from abbrevia- tions (e.g.,
art bull, or j struct le)

JAKE, developed by Yale's medical library, is
available with UF-specific information at
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/jake/.




Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Sciences Services


AcccessUN Database AAA IN
(1956-2000)
AccessUN is the premier index to United Nations documents
including official records, masthead documents, draft resolu-
tions, meeting records, UN Sales Publications, and the UN
Treaty Series citations. Also included is the full-text of several
thousand UN documents. Use the Database Locator or"Quick
Links" via the library home page to access this valuable
resource.
Mary Gay Anderson
Documents


LIBRARYNEWS 3


List of Links:
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/jake/
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/fnp/
httn://www.uflib.ufl.edu/flnews/


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Page Title


Full-Text Online

Journal Guide


If you'd like to know which electronic source
(Academic Index, Wilson Select via First Search,
JSTOR, etc.) indexes a particular journal, or if
you're wondering whether a journal is available
online in full-text, Jointly Administered
Knowledge Environment (JAKE) can help.

JAKE is a database that contains information
about various online indexes. You can search by
journal title to determine:

which online resource indexes a
particular journal

which online resource contains full text of a
particular journal

which years are covered by the online resource

full titles of journals from abbrevia- tions (e.g.,
art bull, or j struct le)

JAKE, developed by Yale's medical library, is
available with UF-specific information at
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/jake/.




Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Sciences Services


AcccessUN Database AAA IN
(1956-2000)
AccessUN is the premier index to United Nations documents
including official records, masthead documents, draft resolu-
tions, meeting records, UN Sales Publications, and the UN
Treaty Series citations. Also included is the full-text of several
thousand UN documents. Use the Database Locator or"Quick
Links" via the library home page to access this valuable
resource.
Mary Gay Anderson
Documents


LIBRARYNEWS 3


List of Links:
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/jake/
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/fnp/
httn://www.uflib.ufl.edu/flnews/


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Page Title


Full-Text Online

Journal Guide


If you'd like to know which electronic source
(Academic Index, Wilson Select via First Search,
JSTOR, etc.) indexes a particular journal, or if
you're wondering whether a journal is available
online in full-text, Jointly Administered
Knowledge Environment (JAKE) can help.

JAKE is a database that contains information
about various online indexes. You can search by
journal title to determine:

which online resource indexes a
particular journal

which online resource contains full text of a
particular journal

which years are covered by the online resource

full titles of journals from abbrevia- tions (e.g.,
art bull, or j struct le)

JAKE, developed by Yale's medical library, is
available with UF-specific information at
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/jake/.




Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Sciences Services


AcccessUN Database AAA IN
(1956-2000)
AccessUN is the premier index to United Nations documents
including official records, masthead documents, draft resolu-
tions, meeting records, UN Sales Publications, and the UN
Treaty Series citations. Also included is the full-text of several
thousand UN documents. Use the Database Locator or"Quick
Links" via the library home page to access this valuable
resource.
Mary Gay Anderson
Documents


LIBRARYNEWS 3


List of Links:
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/jake/
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/fnp/
httn://www.uflib.ufl.edu/flnews/


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'IU meu Psprtohe World


Students, faculty and staff at the University of
Florida now have access to the Economist
Intelligence Unit's (EIU) databases, a "web-based
global intelligence service." From your office, at
home, or in the library you can directly access
timely analysis on the political, economic and
business conditions in 180 countries. Smathers
Libraries now has subscriptions to EIU
Viewswire (http://www.viewswire.com) and to
full reports on 59 countries in EIU.com
(http://www.eiu.com. Select, "Client Login.").

EIU is a sister organization of the highly
respected Economist magazine, the leading
international weekly of political, economic and
business affairs. EIU has highly trained analysts
stationed around the world who monitor
developments in all countries and regions. Senior
executives and decision-makers in multinational
corporations and international organizations are
the primary market for these services.

The EIU databases have many applications across
the curriculum. Andy Naranjo, the William A.
Emerson/Merrill Lynch Professor of Finance,
uses them in teaching his classes in international
finance. "To give my students a more complete
understanding of international financial markets,
they are required to perform a thorough country
analysis. The EIU databases provide them with a
comprehensive and consistent source of country,
political, economic, and financial information."

Richard Phillips, Head of the Latin American
Collection, says "There are many uses in LA
Studies, such as statements on trade with Mexico,
overviews of Mercosur, profiles of the isles of the
Caribbean, and views on current Andean labor
market troubles. Addi


tionally, the EIU databases are very valuable in
getting current Cuban economic indicators,
something very difficult to obtain."

Peter Malanchuk is the Libraries' Africana and
Political Science Bibliographer. He says that "the
EIU databases provide excellent overview
commentaries of political and international
disputes, political analyses, political forecasting,
election watches, combined with economic data,
policy trends, projections, economic growth and
inflation rates which makes for a very
sophisticated and timely research resource for
those working in Africa, Latin America, and the
rest of the world. It is a terrific tool for comparative
country studies."

EIU ViewsWire is a new service made possible by
the advent of the Web. ViewsWire extracts relevant
material from all of EIU's many publications and
organizes it by country and region. Between 100-
150 articles are added each day. The service goes
beyond simply reporting news by incorporating
sophisticated analyses of political, economic and
business developments. For each country the
information is arranged in three sections:
Background, Briefings and Forecasts.

EIU.com offers a customized set of Country Reports
and Country Profiles selected to match the
programs here at the University. The Library
subscribes to all of the reports for the Latin
American, Caribbean and African countries south
of the Sahara to support our Latin American and
African Studies programs as well as Egypt and
Israel. In addition, we subscribe to the major
economic and political powers and strategic
countries including the United States, United
Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain,


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http://www.eiu.com


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...a comprehensive
and consistent
source of country,
political, economic,
and financial
information."

Andy Naranjo
William A.
Emerson/Merrill
Lynch Professor of
Finance




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Australia, Canada, Japan, Russia, China, India
and Hong Kong. The Country Profiles are in-
depth, detailed annual surveys that discuss the
country's politics, economy, resources,
infrastructure and trade. Extensive, up-to-date
statistical data are included in appendices. The
Country Reports are quarterly updates. New
monthly Country Monitors update the quarterly
reports. EIU.com also contains the regional
newsletters including Business Asia, Business Latin
America and Business Eastern Europe.




Peter McKay
Collection Management


Meet Mimi Pappas


Mimi Pappas, Reference Librarian, has joined
the Library West Humanities and Social
Sciences Reference Department. She received
her M.A. in English in 1996 and her M.S. in
Library Science in 1998, both from FSU. Besides
working in general Reference, she coordinates
the Freshman English Library Instruction
Program, a program she first became involved
with during a 1998 internship at Library West.
Mimi enjoys teaching Freshman English classes
and others how to use the library.

She coordinates the Reference email service and
also works with the Library West Electronic
Resources Team. She has presented several
poster sessions at the American Library
Association annual meetings.


Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Science Services


Revised Library

Handouts Available



We have updated our general library handouts
during the summer, and ask you to be sure you
are using the latest versions dated 2000. If you
would like copies to give to your classes, just call
Alice Primack at 392-2822 and let us know how
many copies you need and where to send them.
Handouts cover the basics of using the Libraries,
WebLUIS, indexes and other databases, electronic
journals, research paper strategies, and tips for
evaluating a web search.

A folder of library information, including a copy
of each handout, has been sent to your
Department Office for your quick reference use.
Feel free to call an Information Desk for more
information, at 392-0361 (Humanities and Social
Sciences) or 392-2836 (Sciences).


Welcome(Continued from page 1)

to become the new Dean of Libraries at the
University of Arkansas. Carolyn's ten years here
have spanned the gamut from two years of
heavy cuts in the early 90's to the steady growth
of the past few years. There is no way that we
can replace Carolyn's inimitable style and
humor, her grace under fire, and her practical
skills at wringing the most from our resources so
that the library could make some progress each
year. But, we will conduct a national search and
do our best to replace her intelligence, her savvy
negotiating skills, and her extraordinary
contributions to the libraries. Colleagues had a
chance to say good by to Carolyn at a reception
in the Reitz Union August 10th. Please send her
off with our warmest good wishes for a happy
and rewarding new challenge.
Dale Canelas
Director, UF Libraries


Alice Primack
Marston Science Library


-LIBRARYNEWS 7


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For a printed copy of this publication please contact
Carol Turner
Assistant Director for Public Services
carturn@mail.uflib.ufl.edu


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~mimPappas




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Australia, Canada, Japan, Russia, China, India
and Hong Kong. The Country Profiles are in-
depth, detailed annual surveys that discuss the
country's politics, economy, resources,
infrastructure and trade. Extensive, up-to-date
statistical data are included in appendices. The
Country Reports are quarterly updates. New
monthly Country Monitors update the quarterly
reports. EIU.com also contains the regional
newsletters including Business Asia, Business Latin
America and Business Eastern Europe.




Peter McKay
Collection Management


Meet Mimi Pappas


Mimi Pappas, Reference Librarian, has joined
the Library West Humanities and Social
Sciences Reference Department. She received
her M.A. in English in 1996 and her M.S. in
Library Science in 1998, both from FSU. Besides
working in general Reference, she coordinates
the Freshman English Library Instruction
Program, a program she first became involved
with during a 1998 internship at Library West.
Mimi enjoys teaching Freshman English classes
and others how to use the library.

She coordinates the Reference email service and
also works with the Library West Electronic
Resources Team. She has presented several
poster sessions at the American Library
Association annual meetings.


Shelley Arlen
Humanities and Social Science Services


Revised Library

Handouts Available



We have updated our general library handouts
during the summer, and ask you to be sure you
are using the latest versions dated 2000. If you
would like copies to give to your classes, just call
Alice Primack at 392-2822 and let us know how
many copies you need and where to send them.
Handouts cover the basics of using the Libraries,
WebLUIS, indexes and other databases, electronic
journals, research paper strategies, and tips for
evaluating a web search.

A folder of library information, including a copy
of each handout, has been sent to your
Department Office for your quick reference use.
Feel free to call an Information Desk for more
information, at 392-0361 (Humanities and Social
Sciences) or 392-2836 (Sciences).


Welcome(Continued from page 1)

to become the new Dean of Libraries at the
University of Arkansas. Carolyn's ten years here
have spanned the gamut from two years of
heavy cuts in the early 90's to the steady growth
of the past few years. There is no way that we
can replace Carolyn's inimitable style and
humor, her grace under fire, and her practical
skills at wringing the most from our resources so
that the library could make some progress each
year. But, we will conduct a national search and
do our best to replace her intelligence, her savvy
negotiating skills, and her extraordinary
contributions to the libraries. Colleagues had a
chance to say good by to Carolyn at a reception
in the Reitz Union August 10th. Please send her
off with our warmest good wishes for a happy
and rewarding new challenge.
Dale Canelas
Director, UF Libraries


Alice Primack
Marston Science Library


-LIBRARYNEWS 7


Go to page: 12345678


For a printed copy of this publication please contact
Carol Turner
Assistant Director for Public Services
carturn@mail.uflib.ufl.edu


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- FLORIDA

University of Florida
George A. Smathers
Libraries
P.O. Box 117001
Gainesville, FL 32611-7001

Phone: (352) 392-0342
Fax: (352) 392-7251
Email:
carturn@mail.uflib.ufl.edu





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Lirr Orientatios an SZA Offered


You are invited to attend a presentation about
the latest in UF's Electronic Library, which is
available to you 24 hours a day seven days a
week on your desktop computer! A session on
Tuesday, August 22, 1-1:50 pm in Marston
Science Library, will be geared especially
toward faculty, and will be followed by an
information session from 2-3pm where you can
get questions answered about reserves,
interlibrary loan, and other policies and
services. This session will cover all subject areas
in all main campus


libraries (except Health Science or Law). No
registration is needed.

Please encourage your students to attend any of
our other library Orientation Tours, Electronic
Library sessions, or Transfer Student
Workshops, listed on the Libraries' home page
(http:/ /www.uflib.ufl.edu) under Training
and User Guides. For more information about
any of these sessions, call Alice Primack at 392-
2822.


Alice Primack
Marston Science Library


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University of Florida
George A. Smathers Libraries
PO Box 117001
Gainesville FL 32611-7001


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