Access: News from the Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame

Table of Contents

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    -  Hesburgh Libraries Welcome Diane Parr Walker (pages 1 and 16)
    -  Libraries Celebrate Leadership Gifts (pages 1 and 4 - 9)
    -  From the Interim Director
         by Susan Ohmer, Assistant Provost and Interim Director of Hesburgh Libraries (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   News... (page 3)
         *   Ryan Rare Book Room Dedication Honors Longtime Benefactor, Friend (pages 3 and 16)
         *   Undergraduate Research Award Adds Prize Category in Its Second Year (pages 3 and 14)
    -   Leadership Gifts... (pages 4 - 9)
         *   Thomas and Michele Baer Family Hesburgh Libraries Endowment (page 4)
         *   Merrill B. Frick Library Fund (page 4)
         *   Entrepreneurial Spirit Endowed Business Librarian (page 5)
         *   Raymond and Mary Kennedy Family Library Endowment (page 5)
         *   The Sophronia B. Schmuhl Library Endowment in American Studies and Journalism (page 6)
         *   The Sullivan Family Library Endowment (page 6)
         *   Robert J. Williams, Sr. Library Collection in Theology and Science (page 7)
         *   The William J. Schmuhl Library Endowment in Business Management (page 7)
         *   The Leo and Verna Wahl Library Endowment in Engineering (page 8)
         *   The Creighton Family Science Library Endowment (page 8)
         *   J. Thomas and Bertha Cribbs Library Endowment for Engineering, Science, and Life Sciences (page 9)
         *   "The American Dream," an Endowment in Support of its Study (page 9)
    -   Innovations... (pages 10, 11 and 14)
         *   ND/CRRA Forum Offers Glimpse of Future in Digital Scholarship (page 10 and 14)
         *   Latest Website Design Reflects User Preferences (page 11)
    -   Resources... (pages 12 - 14)
         *   President's Circle Gifts Enhance Collections, Digitization (page 12)
         *   Graduate Student Stipend Work Reveals "Hidden Surprises" (pages 13 and 14)
    -   Transitions... (page 15)
         *   Pascal Calarco
         *   David Dressing
         *   Michelle Hudson
    -   Kudos... (page 15)
         *   Aedin Clements
         *   Marina Smyth
         *   Liz Dube
         *   Leslie Morgan
         *   Felicia Smith
         *   Jennifer Younger

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    -  Coach Kelly Challenge Exceeds Goals, Supports Libraries’ Mission (pages 1 and 5)
    -  Diversity: A Decade in the Making
         by Jessica Kayongo (pages 1 and 8)
    -  From the Interim Director
         by Susan Ohmer, Assistant Provost and Interim Director of Hesburgh Libraries (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   Innovations... (page 3)
         *   SPIE Digital Library, including eBooks, now at ND
             by Carol Brach (page 3)
         *   Information Literach Classrooms Get Fresh Look (page 3)
    -   Collaborations... (pages 4 - 5)
         *   Senior Thesis Camp Offers Resources, Sustenance During Fall Break (pages 4 and 5)
    -   News... (page 5)
         *   New Outdoor Drop Box Facilitates Easy Returns
    -   In Remembrance... (page 6)
         *   Dan Marmion, 1949--2010
             by Joanne Bessler and Carole Pilkinton
    -   Transitions... (pages 6 and 7)
         *   Naomi Bishop
         *   Mark Dehmlow
         *   David Gura
         *   Kathy Lechuga
         *   Natasha Lyandres
         *   Eric Lease Morgan
         *   Tanya Prokrym
         *   David Sullivan
         *   Elizabeth Van Jacob
    -   Kudos... (page 7)
         *   Ross Fergerson
         *   Laura Fuderer
         *   Alan Krieger
         *   Eric Lease Morgan
         *   Stephen M. Hayes
         *   Felicia Smith
         *   Marina Smyth
    -   On Exhibit... (page 8)
         *   The History of Typography: Spring 2011

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    -   The Younger Years: A Legacy of Achievement (pages 1 and 5)
    -   Class of ‘10 Sends Libraries a Lasting “Thank You” (pages 1 and 12)
    -   From the Director: A Note of Farewell
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Access Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   Resources... (page 3)
         *   From Historic Maps to Nanotechnology: President’s Circle Enables New Investments in Information (pages 3)
         *   Hesburgh Library Renovation: Status Report No. 2 (page 3)
    -   News... (pages 4 - 5)
         *   Rewarding the Undergraduate Research Process (page 4)
         *   Rewriting the Book on Sustainability: Black and White and Green All Over (page 4)
         *   Steps of Gift-Giving and Gratitude (page 5)
    -   Collaborations... (pages 6 and 7)
         *   Conservation Intern Enhances Access to Special Collections
           by Liz Dube and Kathy Lechuga (pages 6 and 7)
    -   Resources... (page 8 and 9)
         *   The Latest Word on e-Books (pages 8 and 9)
         *   Advances in Licensing Electronic Resources at Hesburgh Libraries (pages 8 and 9)
    -   Innovations... (page 10)
         *   A Not-So-Little Search Engine That Could (page 10)
     -  Kudos... (page 10)
         *   Michelle Hudson
         *   Laurie McGowan
         *   Cheri Smith
         *   Banu Lakshminarayanan
         *   Sherri Jones
         *   Parker Ladwig
    -   Transitions... (page 11)
         *   Susan Ohmer
         *   Carole Pilkinton
         *   Daniel K. Marmion
         *   Michael Lutes
         *   William (Bill) Schmitt
    -   Grants... (page 11)
         *  Faith and Reason Make History in the Gutenberg Galaxy (page 11)
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 12)
         *  “All Art Is Propaganda”: An Eric Gill Exhibition (page 12)

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    -   Gifts That Spread the Word, Literally (pages 1 and 11)
    -   Reading Minds, Feeding Minds (pages 1 and 12)
    -   From the Director: Building the research library of tomorrow
          by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Access Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   Collaborations... (page 3)
         *   There's a Form for That: A Database for Doing Good (pages 3 and 9)
         *   Libraries Assist Alumni "Networking" With Timely Career Help on Web  (page 3)       
    -   Endowment Dedications... (pages 4 - 8)
         *   Arnold Library Endowment for Digital Access  (page 4)
         *   Butler Family Hesburgh Libraries Endowment (page 4)
         *   J. Thomas and Bertha Cribbs Library Endowment for Engineering, Science, and Life Sciences (page 5)
         *   Michelle & Chuck Drury General Library Endowment (page 5)
         *   Foxen Family Endowed Collection for the Humanities (page 6)
         *   Louis M. and Jane G. Haley Family Endowed Collection in Science and Science Technology (page 6)
         *   Gerard and Viola Herkes Endowed Library Collection (page 7)
         *   Mary Frances and H. Joseph Hinton Endowed Library Collection (page 7)
         *   Christopher J. and Susan M. Kearney Endowment for the Study of American History in Memory of
             Christopher J. Kearney Jr. and Philip J. Foley (page 8)
         *   "The American Dream": An Endowment in Support of its Study, Sponsored by
             the Joe and Gina Prochaska Family (page 8)
    -   Resources... (page 9)
         *   Architects See Book Collection As a Cornerstone of Reputation (page 9)
    -   In Remembrance...
         *   Scott Van Jacob, 1956-2009(page 10)
         *  "Herb" True, 1924-2009 (page 11)
    -   Transitions
         *   Aaron Bales
         *   David Jenkins
         *   Patricia Lawton
    -   Kudos
         *   Pascal Calarco
         *   Jessica Kayongo
         *   Andrea Langhurst
         *   Tom Lehman
         *   Carole Pilkinton
         *   Felicia Smith
         *   Jennifer Younger
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 12)
         *   Darwin: His Inspirations Past, and Present

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    -   New Logo "Says It All" for the Libraries (pages 1 and 7)
    -   Words and Music for Scholars Harmonizing with Benefactors and Goals (pages 1 and 8)
    -   From the Director: Looking Ahead to Renovation
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Access Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   News... (page 3)
         *  Digital Scholarship: Physical Renewal A Catalyst for Research Revolution by David Jenkins (page 3)
    -   Resources... (page 4 and 6)
         *  Sanctuaries of Art in Rome Inspire Long-Distance Research (page 4)
         *   Granting New Stimulus to German and Russian Literatures by Robert Kusmer(page 6)
    -   Innovations... (page 5)
         *   Outreach Can Take Learners--and their Librarians--Far
    -   Collaborations... (page 6)
         *   From Manuscript to Microphone: Granting a Web-streaming Wish
    -   Transitions ... (page 7)
         *   Michelle Hudson
         *   Barbara "Pete" Pietraszewski
    -   Kudos... (page 7)
         *   Joanne (Jo) Bessler
         *   Sherri Jones
         *   Jessica Kayongo
    -   Hesburgh Library Renovation: Status Report No. 1 (page 7)
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 8)
         *   "Writing Against War" An Austrian Author's Dream for Peace

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    -   Exploring the American Dream, Past and Present (pages 1 and 4)
    -   Why the "O'Meara Library"? Do the math... (page 1)
    -   From the Director: Bringing Users and Knowledge Together
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Access Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   News... (page 3)
         *   An Endowment at the Competitive Edge (page 3)
         *   Bringing Users and Knowledge Together: renovation of library spaces (page 3)
    -   Resources... (pages 4 and 5)
         *   Civil War Letters: Words of Perseverance for Posterity  (page 4 and 5)
         *   Newly Dedicated Collection A Boon to Prepare Educators (page 5)
    -   Innovations... (page 6)
         *   Bringing Users and Knowledge Together: a search and discovery tool to build community
         *   Bringing Users and Knowledge Together: "Just-in-Time"
    -   Kudos... (page 7)
         *   Jessica Kayongo
         *   Marcy Simons
         *   Joseph W. Thomas
    -   Transitions ... (page 7)
         *   Sue Dietl
         *   Melodie Eiteljorge
         *   Kenneth Kinslow
         *   Andrea "Andy" Langhurst
         *   Collette Mak
         *   Phuongkhanh "Khanh" Nguyen
         *   Jennifer Parker
         *   Denise M. Shorey
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 8)
         *   Freedom of Christ and Freedom to Read: The Index of Prohibited Books since the Enlightenment
         *   A Web Portal Opens Wide for Catholic Research

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    -   Hesburgh: A Name Change that Speaks Volumes (pages 1 and 8)
    -   From Catalog to Community (pages 1 and 7)
    -   From the Director: Bringing Fr. Hesburgh's Vision to Life
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   Resources... (page 3)
         *   A President's Circle of Support (page 3)
         *   Fiesta Bowl Follow-Through (page 3)
         *   Studying on a High Level (page 3)
    -   ND Librarians Abroad...and Around the State (pages 4 and 5)
         *   Catalan Publishing: Language and Books in Synergy      
            by Scott Van Jacob (page 4)
         *   The Indiana Light Archive for Federal Documents: A model for the nation (page 4)      
    -   Transitions
         *   For Life Sciences and Library Services, A Closure Gives Room to Grow
         *   Nora Lee Collection
         *   Elizabeth "Dolly" Duffy
         *   Mandy Havert
    -   Kudos... (page 6)
         *   J. Douglas Archer
         *   Thomas Lehman
    -   In Remembrance ... (page 7)
         *   Frank E. Eck
         *   Theodore Ivanus
         *   Helen Marie (Badaracco) Ravarino      
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 8)
         *   Basic Shields Against Censorship

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    -   Life is an Open Book for Father Malloy (pages 1 and 12)
    -   Surrounded by Symbols (page 1)
    -   From the Director: Enhancing Access to Catholic Research Materials
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   BENEFACTORS... (page 3)
         *   Do Libraries Matter? Benefactors and Beneficiaries Say "Yes!"
         *   Service to the Life of the Mind: Thoughts from a faculty-student panel
    -   ENDOWMENT  DEDICATIONS ... (pages 4 - 9)
         *   The Jeanne and Edward Arnold Library Endowment in Science and Engineering (page 4)
         *   The Berasi Family Library Endowment in Business and Health (page 4)      
         *   The Creighton Family Science Library Endowment (page 5)
        *  Merrill B. Frick Family Library Endowment for Early Christian Studies (page 5)
         *   The John and Dorette Gerspach Library Endowment for Globalization:
             Understanding and Harnessing World Economic Markets (page 6)
         *   The Thomas and Rosemary Gibbons and James and Helen Moore Library Endowment (page 6)
         *   The John L. Hoeck General Library Endowment (page 7)
         *   The Thomas Irwin General Library Endowment (page 7)
         *   The Carol and Rees LaBar General Library Endowment (page 8)
         *   The Rev. Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C., General Library Endowment (page 8)
         *   Arts Tradition (page 9)
         *   The Ted Weber, Jr., Family Collection Advancing the Catholic Intellectual Heritage (page 9)
    -   KUDOS... (page 10)
         *   University Salutes Fuderer
         *   Nigel Butterwick
         *  Leslie Morgan
    -   History via Hyperlinks... (page 10)
    -   TRANSITIONS... (pages 10 - 11)
         *   Aaron Bales
         *   Tracy Bergstrom
         *   Nigel Butterwick       
        *  Parker Ladwig
         *   Mandy Havert
         *   Jessica Kayongo
         *   Jennifer Matthews
         *   Jean McManus
         *   Leslie Morgan
         *   Cheri Smith
         *   Felicia Smith
         *   Lorenzo (Lorry) Zeugner
         *   Kathryn (Kathie) Ryan-Zeugner
    -   IN REMEMBRANCE... (page 11)
         *   Geri Decker
         *   Dorothy M. (Pohlad) Dolphin
         *   Robert Pfeil
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 12)
         *   Exiled Emigrants: Writings of the Irish Disapora

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    -   This Library Means Business: Investment in BIC’s Assets Pays Off (pages 1 and 8)
    -   A Librarian Who Makes House Calls (pages 1 and 3)
    -   From the Director: Cooperation Has Local, Global Impacts
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   Staff & Contributors (page 2)
    -   Did You Know? (page 2)
    -   Readers Applaud Our New Look; Reactions and Ideas Still Welcome (page 2)
    -   NEWS... (page 3)
         *  When “reference Desk” Meets Computer Center: A Link-Up at the Heart of New Connections (pages 3 and 8)
        *  Grad Students Get Room to Grow (page 3)
         *  Rapid Response to a Burst Pipe Minimizes Damage to Books (page 3)
     -  Caring for the Past (page 4)
         *   Where Notre Dame’s Books Go to Get Better: Conservation Facility Offers High-Tech First Aid           
    -   Caring for the Future (page 5)
         *   Passing Along the Knowledge: Emerging Library Careers Find Notre Dame Mentors (pages 5 and 6)
     -  Resources (page 6)      
         *   New Collections Span Disciplines, Continents, Centuries
        *  Letters from Latin America Draw Attention to Collection 
     -   Kudos (page 7)      
         *   Felicia Smith Named and ALA “Emerging Leader”
        * Congratulations to our Colleagues  
     -  IN REMEMBRANCE... (page 7)
         *   Edward M. Abrams
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 8)
         *   Botany is in Bloom This Summer
        *  “Foreword” for Focus on Immigration

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    -   Students Have Designs on a Gift from the Gridiron (page 1)
    -   Campus Pursues New Access to Insights from the Holy Land (page 1)
    -   From the Director: Libraries Win Big, Thanks to Fiesta Bowl Revenue
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   ACCESS to a New Level: We Want Your Reactions (page 2)
    -   NEWS... (page 3)
         *  A Defender of Intellectual Freedom: Judith Krug
         *  Loved the Book? Catch the Film...Microfilm, That is
    -   IN REMEMBRANCE... (page 3)
         *   Remembering Bob Miller, Director Emeritus
    -   LibQUAL+ and a May Institute Put Focus on What Library Users Want (pages 4 and 5)
    -   RefWorks: A New Resource to Try (page 5)        
    -   RESOURCES... (page 6)
         *   Digital Collections Provide New Links to the Past
         *   Journey to the Center for Research Libraries
         *   Librarian Lends a Hand       
    -   Transitions, Kudos, and Congratulations... (page 7)
    -   IN REMEMBRANCE... (page 7)
         *   George Sereiko
         *   John F. Nash 
    -   ON EXHIBIT... (page 8)
         *   Stories Behind Great Latino Literature...Look into the Creativity and Craft
         *   Film Series Focuses Interest in Topics of Terrorism

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    -   Quest in the Hispanic Caribbean: Endowment Expands the Survey of a Region's Literary Legacy  (pages 1 and 7)
    -   New Leader for Law Library  (page 1)
    -   From the Director: A Commitment to Excellence Through Assessment
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 2)
    -   ACCESS to a New Level: A Newsletter for the Future (page 2)
    -   NEWS... (page 3)
         *  Statue Honors "Ted and Ned"
         *   Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Revenue Chips In to Help Libraries
         *   Grants Will Enable Growth In Campus Collections
    -   IN REMEMBRANCE... (page 3)
         *    Long-time Advisor and Generous Supporter: Vincent J. Duncan
         *    Naval Hero and Library Volunteer: Commander John A. Walsh
    -   Librarian + Mathematician: A "Cost-Effective" Partnership  (page 4)
    -   The Day of the RFIDs
         by J. Douglas Archer  (page 5)
    -   Innovations... (page 6)
         *   Cataloging More of the Campus
         *   New Department Focuses on the Arts and Architecture
         *   "QuickSearch" Service Debuts on Website
         *   Repository for Digital Content Takes Shape
    -   Transitions, Kudos, and Congratulations... (page 7)

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    - University Libraries Dedicate Gifts (page 1)
    - Eighteenth Century Collections Online
         by Laura Fuderer (pages 1 and 2)
    - Remembering David Sparks (page 3)
    - A Fond Farewell [Tribute to David Sparks, published on his retirement from theUniversity Libraries, Access, number 37, March 1989]
       by Katharina Blackstead (pages 3 and 4)
    - The Retirement Years: a conversation with Mary Sparks (page 4)
    - Meeting Attendees Ponder Google’s Impact on Libraries
         by Thomas Lehman (pages 4 and 5)
    - Two Librarians-In-Residence Appointed
         by Laura Bayard (page 6)
    -  Morgan Receives Foik Award (page 7)
    -  Libraries Welcome New Preservation Head (page 7)
    -  Clements Appointed Irish Studies Librarian (page 8)
    -  Holtermann to Head Serials Acquisitions (page 8)
    -  Poehlmann Appointed Assistant Business Services Librarian (page 8)

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    - Early English Newspapers Provide Insight into the Past
         by Laura Fuderer (pages 1 and 2)
    - From the Director
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (pages 1 and 2)
    - American in Leipzig: Reflections on the Leipzig Book Fair, 2004
         by Robert L. Kusmer (pages 3 and 4)
    - Library Catalog Make-Over
         by Aaron Bales (pages 4 and 5)
    - Process Improvement
         by Cameron Tuai (pages 6 and 7)
    - Dehmlow Joins Library Faculty (page 7)

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    - Libraries Awarded NEH Grant to Preserve Catholic Collections
         by Liz Dube (pages 1 and 2)
    - University Libraries Awarded IMLS Grant
         by Laura Bayard (pages 1, 2, and 3)
    - Van Jacob Named Head, Collection Development (page 2)
    - Libraries Acquire Dallin Collection, Notre Dame's News and Information service, press release
         by Megan Connelly (pages 2 and 3)
     - From the Director
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 4)
    - From a Library in Ireland to An 'Irish' Library:  Similarities and Differences
         by Nigel Butterwick (pages 4, 5, and 6)
    - Charlotte Ames Retires (pages 6 and 7)
    - The Loeber Collection of 18th- and 19th-Century Irish Fiction*
         by Seamus Deane, Donald and Marilyn Keough Chair of Irish Studies (pages 7 and 8)
    - Archer Recognized with SIRS and Foik Awards (page 8)
    - Libraries Welcome Two New Faculty (page 9)

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    - Catholic Americana: A Premier Collection
         by Charlotte Ames (pages 1, 2, and 3)
    - From the Director
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (page 1)
    - Redesigning the Libraries' Web Presence
         by Eric Morgan & Team Redesign (pages 3 and 4)
    - Aleph 2003-2004
         by J. Douglas Archer (pages 4 and 5)
    - Eighteenth-Century Resources at the University Libraries of Notre Dame
         by Laura Fuderer (pages 5, 6 and 7)
    - Celebrating 25 years of Access
    - News from the University Libraries of Notre Dame (page 7)

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    - Twenty New Library Endowments Dedicated (pages 1 and 2)
    - The OCKHAM Library Network
         by Eric Lease Morgan (pages 1 and 6)
    - Library Residency: A Unique Opportunity
         by Jessica Kayongo (pages 2 and 3)
    - Panciera Appointed to Library Faculty (page 3)
    - Shaping the Librarian: The Impact of Library Users
         by Joanne Bessler (pages 4, 5, and 6)
    - From the Director: Fall 2003
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (pages 6 and 7)
    - New Services in Hesburgh Library's Lower Level
         by Marsha Stevenson (pages 7 and 8)
    - Sills Honored by ALCTS (page 8)
    - Bessler Honored with 2003 Foik Award (page 8)
    - Honorable Mention for Food & Drink PR Materials (page 8)
    - Van Jacob Recognized with 2003 Presidential Award (page 9)

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    - Chat Reference: Bringing a New Dimension to Information Services
         by Hector Escobar, Jr. (pages 1 and 2)
    - Libraries Welcome Nigel Butterwick (page 1)
    - New Features from Ex Libris
         by Donna Stevenson (pages 2 and 3)
    - The USA PATRIOT Act and Libraries
         by J. Douglas Archer (pages 3 and 4)
    - Bales Appointed Assistant Engineering Librarian (page 4)
    - Our Man in Havana: In Search of Notre Dame's First Architecture Graduate
         by Jane Devine-Mejia (pages 5 and 6)
    - Truitt Awarded Lazerow Fellowship (page 6)

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    - From the Director: Building a Great Destination for Learning and Research
         by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (pages 1 and 2)
    - Diversity Success Story: Summer Program '02
         by Laura Bayard (pages 1, 2, and 3)
    - Libraries Welcome Jessica Kayongo (page 3)
    - In A State of Immersion
         by Joni Kanzler (pages 3 and 4)
    - Mathematics Library Dedicated
         by Parker Ladwig (pages 4 and 5)
    - Three Notre Dame Librarians Recognized
         by Peers (pages 5 and 6)
    - Three Staff Members Recognized at Awards of Excellence Luncheon (page 6)
    - Letters of José de San Martin, South American Liberator
         by Scott Van Jacob (pages 6 and 7)
    - Intern Advances Planning for Preservation of Catholic Collections
         by Liz Dube (pages 7, 8, and 9)
    - Collecting Dante in America: Lessons from Library History
         by Christian Dupont (pages 10 and 11)
    - Making Information Easier to Find With MyLibrary
         by Eric Lease Morgan (pages 12 and 13)
    - Art History Enters the Digital Realm
         by Jane Devine Mejia (pages 14 and 15)
    - Spring 2002 Library User Survey: LibQUAL+
         by Sherri Edwards (pages 15 and 16)
    - Hesburgh Library Renovation, Report No. 3: The Invisible Project
         by Lou Ellen Parent (pages 16 and 17)
    - Lyandres Appointed as Head of Serials Cataloging (page 17)
    - Bayard Honored with 2002 Foik Award (pages 17 and 18)
    - Escobar Named to Latino Studies/Reference Librarian Position (page 18)
    - Libraries Welcome Kelly Koski (page 19)
    - Van Jacob to Head Collection Development (page 19)

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    - Bessler Assumes New Role in Organizational Developmen
         by Marsha Stevenson (pages 1 and 2)
    - Diversity Committee Adds New Program
         by Laura Bayard (pages 1 and 3)
    - Internet Filtering
         by J. Douglas Archer (pages 2 and 3)
    - Mathematics Library Moves to Hayes-Healy
         by Karen Lanser (pages 4 and 5)
    - ALEPH Changes
         by J. Douglas Archer (pages 5 and 6)
    - Virtually Helpful: The Virtual Reference Desk
          by Linda Sharp (pages 6 and 7)
    - Electronic Reserves Update
         by Clara Taylor (pages 7, 8, and 9)

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     - Libraries Dedicate 20 Endowments
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1 and 2)
     - Adding to the Pool
        by Hector Escobar, Jr. (pages 1, 6, and 7)
     - From the Director: On Becoming A Great Library
        by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (pages 2 and 3)
     - Library Instruction: Creating Lifelong Learners
        by Joni Kanzler (pages 3 and 4)
     - Hesburgh Library Renovation: Report No. 2
        by Richard Jones (pages 5 and 6)
     - Nicholson Baker's Double Fold: A Response
        by Liz Dube (pages 7, 8, and 9)
     - Webb Honored with 2001 Presidential Award (page 9)
     - Payne Receives 2001 Foik Award (page 10)
     - Jacobs Honored with Grenville Clark Award (page 10)
     - Libraries Welcome Eric Morgan (page 11)
     - Neary Appointed Data Librarian (page 11)

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     - Hesburgh Library Renovation
        by Richard Jones (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Why Digital Archiving?
        by Daniel K. Marmion (pages 1, 4, and 5)
     - From the Director
        by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (pages 3 and 4)
     - Librarian-In-Residence Program Begins at Notre Dame
        by Laura Bayard (page 6)
     - Libraries Welcome Sherri Edwards (page 7)
     - An ALEPH Reprise
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 7 and 8)
     - Notable Acquisitions Descriptions
        by Louis Jordan and Scott Van Jacob (page 8)
     - Dannelly Appointed UCLA Senior Fellow (page 9)

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     - Document Delivery: A Collaborative Plan to Support Research
        by Joanne Bessler (pages 1 and 2)
     - Collegium 2000: Faith and the Intellectual Life
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 1, 4, and 5)
     - Escobar Named First Librarian-in-Residence (page 2)
     - Who needs a library?
        by Jennifer A. Younger, Edward H. Arnold Director of University Libraries (pages 3 and 4)
     - Notre Dame Hosts NAAUG
        by Marc Truitt (pages 5 and 6)
     - Libraries Welcome Gay Dannelly (page 7)
     - Three Librarians Honored at President's Dinner (pages 7 and 8)
     - Loghry Heads Serials Department (page 9)
     - Ladwig Appointed Mathematics Librarian (page 9)

blue ball graphic  Access 76, Spring 2000

     - Bringing Byzantine Studies to Notre Dame
        by David Jenkins (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - From the Director: An Update
        by Jennifer A. Younger (pages 1 and 3)
     - Nice Guys Finish First
        by Joanne Bessler (page 4)
     - University Libraries Implement Electronic Reserves
        by Thomas Lehman (pages 5 and 6)
     - Music Preservation
        by Richard Jones (pages 6, 7, and 8)
     - Marmion to Head Information Systems and Access (page 8)
     - Why Purchase Facsimiles?
        by Marina Smyth (pages 9 and 10)
     - New at the Wired Libraries : Academic Press IDEAL!
        by Carole Richter (pages 10 and 11)
     - Truitt Heads ALEPH Department (page 11)
     - Kanzler New Instructional Coordinator (page 11)
     - Libraries Welcome Cheryl Smith (page 12)

blue ball graphic  Access 75, December 1999

     - Libraries Celebrate Endowment Support
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - A Catalog Update
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 1, 3, and 4)
     - Blackstead Receives 1999 Foik Award (page 4)
     - ISRC's Electronic Clipping Service
        by John-Andrew Murphy (page 4)
     - "There's a leak in the collection..."
        by Liz Dube (pages 5 and 6)
     - Digital Collections and the University Libraries
        by Scott Van Jacob (pages 7 and 8)
     - Introducing ND's Web Services Librarian (page 8)
     - The Libraries' Web Site: Which Way Next?
        by Donna Stevenson (pages 8 and 9)
     - Library Instruction: Changing Paradigms
        by Linda Sharp (pages 9 and 10)
     - The Medieval Literature Initiative and the University Libraries
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 10, 11, and 12)
     - Christian Dupont Joins Library Faculty (page 12)
     - Libraries Welcome Andrea Lamb (page 12)

blue ball graphic  Access 74, April 1999

     - Maureen Gleason: A Woman for All Seasons
         by Joanne Bessler, Chalotte Ames, and George Sereiko (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Letter to Maureen
        by Katharina Blackstead (page 4)
     - Gladys Brooks Foundation Endowed Library Collection in Italian Art
        by Jane Devine (page 5)
     - From the Director
        by Jennifer A. Younger (pages 5 and 6)
     - The New Web Catalog: The First 100 Days
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 6, 7, and 8)
     - Web of Science Comes to Notre Dame
        by Carole Richter (page 8)
     - Jean McManus Appointed to Library Faculty (page 9)
     - David Jenkins Joins the Libraries (page 9)
     - Libraries Welcome Cameron Tuai
        by Carol Szambelan (page 10)

blue ball graphic  Access 73, December 1998

     - SPARC: One Answer to Escalating Journal Prices
         by Alan D. Krieger (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Renovation Planning for Hesburgh Library
        by Marsha Stevenson (pages 1 and 5)
     - The Jorge Luis Borges Collection
        by Scott Van Jacob (pages 3 and 4)
     - Libraries Welcome Liz Dube (page 5)
     - Hayes Honored with Foik Award (page 6)
     - Victor A. Schaefer, 1906-1998
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 6 and 7)
     - ItalNet Launches Database of Early Italian Vernacular Sources
        by Christian Dupont (pages 8 and 9)

blue ball graphic  Access 72, April 1998

     - ALEPH 500: The Future Is Now
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 1 and 2)
     - From the Director
        by Jennifer Younger (pages 1 and 4)
     - Libraries Acquire Chaucer's Works (1561)
        by Dolores Warwick Frese, Department of English (pages 2, 3, and 4)
     - Licensing: a Substitute for Copyright?
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 4 and 5)
     - According to Mr. Hitchcock : Collecting Architectural Americana
        by Jane Devine (pages 5, 6, and 7)
     - Virtually Yours...the Wired Library
        by Carole Richter (pages 7 and 8)

blue ball graphic  Access 71, January 1998

     - Copyright in the Electronic Age
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - Libraries Welcome Jane Devine
        by Joanne Bessler (pages 1 and 3)
     - Infrastructure for an Electronic-Based 21st Century
        by James R. Wruck (pages 3 and 4)

blue ball graphic  Access 70, November 1997

     - Notre Dame Welcomes Younger as Director of Libraries (page 1)
     - New Endowments Dedicated
        by Katharina Blackstead (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Outstanding Byzantine Library Arrives at Notre Dame
        by Katharina Blackstead (page 2)
     - Two Librarians Retire
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - 1997 Foik Award (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 69, April 1997

     - From the Acting Director
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 6)
     - Bond Hall Opens
        by Joanne Bessler (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Library Instruction
        by Patrick Hall (pages 3 and 4)
     - Access to Electronic Databases
        by J. Douglas Archer (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 68, February 1997

     - University Libraries to Host OVGTSL
        by Mary C. English (pages 1 and 3)
     - Libraries Welcome Robert Kusmer
        by Sylvia Frost (pages 1 and 3)
     - Porrua Inquisition Collection
        by Scott Van Jacob (page 2)
     - From the Director Emeritus: A Personal Postscript
        by Robert C. Miller (page 4)
     - Conservation Treatment Laboratory Marks New Beginning for Preservation
        by Sophia K. Jordan (pages 4 and 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 67, December 1996

     - An Open Letter to Bob Miller
        by Roger F. Jacobs, Associate Dean (pages 1 and 2)
     - Notre Dame Acquires Library of José Durand
        by Katharina Blackstead (pages 3 and 4)
     - Developing Collections Through Approval Plans
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 4 and 5)
     - Libraries Welcome Carole Richter
        by Marsha Stevenson (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 66, September 1996

     - Good News for Users of Serials
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - Vetville Revisited
        by George Rugg and Melodie Eiteljorge (pages 1, 4, and 5)
     - Johns Hopkins Press Journals Now Online
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 2 and 3)
     - Ames Honored with Foik Award (page 3)
     - Libraries Welcome Patrick Hall
        by Joanne Bessler (page 4)
     - Music Library Association to Celebrate at Notre Dame
        by Richard Jones (page 5)
     - An Anniversary! (Page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 65, April 1996

     - The William and Katherine Devers Program in Dante Studies
        by Louis Jordan (pages 1 and 3)
     - The Eighteenth Century Collection
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Library Space: A Problem Becomes a Crisis
        by Robert C. Miller (page 4)
     - LSER, UNLOC's Capstone
        by J. Douglas Archer (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 64, February 1996

     - Catholic Americana at Notre Dame
        by Charlotte Ames (pages 1 and 2)
     - Copyright: Whose Rights and for What?
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 6)
     - Libraries Welcome Two New Faculty Members
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 3 and 4)
     - University Libraries and the World Wide Web
        by Andy Boze (pages 4 and 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 63, December 1995

     - Delivering Knowledge in the 21st Century
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - Fourteen New Endowments Dedicated
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1, 3, and 4)
     - INFOSHARE: A New Array of Choices
        by Carol Szambelan (pages 2 and 3)
     - University Libraries Join NACO
        by Mary C. English (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 62, October 1995

     - Thomas Mahaffey, Jr. Business Information Center Now Open
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1 and 2)
     - Latin Americanist Research Resources Pilot Project
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1, 5, and 6)
     - Libraries -- and Information -- Aren't What They Used to be
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2 and 3)
     - Cúirt '95: A Literary Taste of Ireland
        by Charlotte Ames (pages 2 and 3)
     - Law Library Faculty Member Honored with 1995 Foik Award (pages 4 and 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 61, April 1995

     - The Next Chapter: Expanded Access to Government Documents
        by Laura A. Sill (pages 1 and 2)
     - Probe-ing Contemporary Issues
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1 and 2)
     - Introducing ...Harry Kevorkian
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 3 and 4)
     - Today's Program for Tomorrow's Library: Making the Library of 2001 a Reality
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 4 and 6)
     - Sor Juana and Her World: A Book Exhibit
        by Rafael E. Tarragó (Page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 60, February 1995

     - Electronic Journals: A New Mode of Scholarly Communication
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Two Grants Fund Major Preservation Initiatives
        by Sophia K. Jordan (pages 1 and 3)
     - 18th-Century British Women in Print
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - Notre Dame's Libraries in the 21st Century
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 59, December 1994

     - Bulgarian Libraries: The State of Affairs
        by Sophia K. Jordan (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Aspirations on their Way to Reality
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 6)
     - Assistant Director for Library Systems Appointed
        by Robert C. Miller (page 3)
     - “Done died an’ woke up in Heaven”
        by Margaret Perry, Professor Emerita, Valparaiso University (page 4)
     - Libraries' Staff Member Honored with Special Presidential Award (page 5)
     - Latin American Specialist Receives 1994 Foik Award (Page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 58, September 1994

     - A Lasting Legacy (pages 1 and 6)
     - Renaissance Dante at Notre Dame (1472 - 1629) (page 2)
     - Transitions in Scholarly Communication (pages 2 and 3)
     - Lecture Series (page 3)
     - Libraries in Transition: the Human Element (page 3)
     - Birthday Party (page 4)
     - Lou Holtz Highlights Celebration's Closing Event (page 4)
     - A Homily Preached
        by Timothy O'Meara (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 57, April 1994

     - Language, Literature and Compact Discs
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 1, 4, and 5)
     - Library Space Planning
        by Marsha Stevenson (pages 3 and 4)
     - PACSearch: Another UNLOC Enhancement
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 5 and 6)
     - Welcome, Scott Appleby!
        by Charlotte Ames (pages 1 and 2)

blue ball graphic  Access 56, February 1994

     - Library Resources on NDInfo
        by Andy Boze (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - With a Little Help from our Friends (pages 1 and 5)
     - Technology and People in the Libraries
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 3 and 4)
     - A. A. Luce's Philosophical Library
        by Ross A. Shanley-Roberts (pages 4 and 5)
     - Brief Records in the UNLOC Database
        by Sylvia Frost (page 5)
     - Notices (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 55, December 1993

     - Charting a Course for the Year 2000
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Endowments Make the Difference
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1, 3, 4, and 5)
     - A First for the University Libraries
        by Joseph Huebner (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 54, September 1993

     - The Astrik L. Gabriel Collection of Early Printed Books
        by Ross A. Shanley-Roberts (pages 1 and 2)
     - LEXIS/NEXIS: Rumor and Reality
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 1, 4, and 5)
     - Renaissance Dante at Notre Dame (1472-1629)
        by Theodore J. Cachey, Department of Romance Languages and literatures (pages 3 and 4)
     - 1993 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award (page 6)
     - A Night to Remember (page 8)
     - Two Million and 30 Reasons to Celebrate, Calendar of Events, 1993-94 (page 7)

blue ball graphic  Access 53, May 1993

     - The University Libraries and Total Quality Management
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - Marie Kathryn Lawrence, 1903-1993
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Standards and Authority Control in Poland
        by Jadwiga Wozniak, Warsaw University (pages 4 and 5)
     - Spanish-American Science of the 16th Century
        by Rafael E. Tarragó (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 52, March 1993

     - Fast into the Past: Computers and the Classical and Medieval Worlds
        by Marina Smith (pages 1 and 2)
     - Library "UnCovers" 12,000 Journals
        by Marsha Stevenson (pages 1 and 2)
     - Biological Abstracts on Compact Disc
        by Dorothy Coil (page 3)
     - The Belfast News-letter Collection, 1738-1800
        by Charlotte Ames (pages 3 and 4)
     - New Engineering/Architecture Librarian Arrives
        by Melodie G. Eiteljorge (page 4)
     - Two Million and 30 Reasons to CELEBRATE! 1963 to 1993 (page 5)
     - Favorite Books (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 51, December 1992

     - Business Ethics: a University Libraries' Priority
        by Thomas Cashore (pages 1 and 2)
     - Automated Acquisitions System
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 5)
     - RLIN, ESTC, RIPD, AVERY and SCIPIO: Acronyms that Spell Access
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 2 and 3)
     - From the Director: Research Libraries in Poland
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - Rethinking the Library
        by Robert C. Miller (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 50, September 1992

     - Bob Havlik Retires
        by Joanne Bessler (pages 1 and 4)
     - Another Treasure Donated
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 1 and 6)
     - NEH Preservation Grant Update
        by Sophia K. Jordan (pages 2 and 3)
     - Canadian Library Support Program
        by Lorenzo A. Zeugner (page 3)
     - New Physical Sciences/Mathematics Librarian
        by Melodie G. Eiteljorge (page 4)
     - Applause, Applause! (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 49, May 1992

     - The Future of Medieval Studies: The Librarian's Role
        by Mary C. English (pages 1 and 2)
     - Libraries, Librarians and the First Amendment
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 1 and 3)

blue ball graphic  Access 48, February 1992

     - The Cathoic Reformation: Another Resource on Microfiche
        by Alan D. Krieger (pages 1 and 6)
     - The Quest for Out-of-Print Materials
        by Lorenzo A. Zeugner (pages 1 and 5)
     - Early Printed Books and the Columbian Encounter
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 2 and 3)
     - Early Spanish America in Print, by Rafael Tarrago (page 4)

blue ball graphic  Access 47, December 1991

     - Access to the Dead Sea Scrolls
        by Eugene Ulrich, Department of Theology (pages 1, 3, and 4)
     - Funding the Future
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1, 5, and 6)
     - Focus on Grantsmanship
        by Katharina Blackstead (pages 2 and 3)
     - University Libraries Involved in a Little "Wrestling" (page 4)

blue ball graphic  Access 46, September 1991

     - Guide to the New UNLOC
        by Laura Bayard (pages 1 and 2)
     - MDAS Arrives: UNLOC Adds Periodical Indexes
        by Marsha Stevenson (pages 1 and 5)
     - Special Collections (Where What's New Is Probably Old)
        by Laura Fuderer (page 3)
     - Bibliographers and Liaison Officers, 1991-92 (page 4)
     - Librarians Receive Presidential Awards (page 7)

blue ball graphic  Access 45, May 1991

     - Networks and Libraries
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 3)
     - Librarians + Mathematicians = Quality Service
        by Andrew J. Sommese, Mathematics Department (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Notre Dame's ARL Standing Climbs
        by Robert C. Miller (page 4)
     - Indiana Governor's Conference on Library and Information Services
        by George E. Sereiko (pages 4 and 5)
     - PsycLIT is for Everyone
        by Joanne Bessler (page 6)
     - Subscription News (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access Special Issue, March 1991

     - Scholarly Journals: Needs vs. Costs
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 2)

blue ball graphic  Access 44, March 1991

     - Advisory Council: a History of Service
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - An International Perspective on Libraries
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 1 and 4)
     - Phalin Endowment: Support for Library Collections
        by Jean A. Pec (pages 2, 3, and 4)
     - Voyage of Discovery: Afro-American Treasures
        by Joseph H. Huebner (page 5)
     - Lamplights
        by Alan D. Krieger (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 43, December 1990

     - Library Preservation and Scholarly Responsibility
        by Mark D. Jordan, Medieval Institute (pages 1 and 2)
     - Special Collections (Where What's New Is Probably Old)
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 1 and 5)
     - Thank You (page 2)
     - Collection Building for Gender Studies
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 2 and 3)
     - From the Director: Changing Times and Media
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 4 and 5)
     - Breakthrough, by Charlotte Ames (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 42, August 1990

     - Interlibrary Loan: Rising Numbers and Expectations
        by Kathryn Ryan-Zeugner (pages 1 and 4)
     - Tires to Tibet? Fragrances from France?
        by Thomas J. Cashore (pages 1, 3, and 4)
     - Library Endowment: the Critical Difference
        by Robert C. Miller (page 2)
     - Of Icebergs and Instruction
        by J. Douglas Archer (page 5)
     - Copyright Laws and Computers: One Librarian's Interpretation
        by Jean A. Pec (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 41, May 1990

     - Goodbye, George, and thank you...
        by Joanne Bessler (pages 1 and 4)
     - Kennys Bookshops: "A love of things Irish"
        by Laura A. Jenny (pages 1 and 5)
     - Library Space at the University of Notre Dame: an Interim Report
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2, 3, and 4)
     - A Special Look at Special Collections (Where What's New is Probably Old)
        by Laura Fuderer (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 40, March 1990

     - From the Director: The Fall of 1989
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 3)
     - Reference Services Head Arrives
        by Katharina Blackstead (pages 1 and 2)
     - Lamplights
        by Charlotte Ames (pages 2 and 4)
     - Free Speech, Librarians, and Libraries (page 4)
     - Special Collections (Where What's New Is Probably Old)
        by Laura Fuderer (page 4)
     - Copyright Laws and Libraries; one librarian's interpretation
        by Jean A. Pec (page 5)
     - Amended Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 39, November 1989

     - The Expanding Electronic Environment
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 1 and 4)
     - Lamplights
        by Charlotte Ames (pages 1 and 6)
     - Libraries Welcome Cashore
        by Laura A Jenny (page 2)
     - Approval Plans Benefit Collections
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 2 and 3)
     - Hesburgh Library Becomes Home for 12,000 Penguins
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 4 and 6)
     - Reciprocal Faculty Borrowing Program: An Update
        by Jean A. Pec (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 38, September 1989

     - Automated Check-Out: Implications for Faculty
        by Thomas E. Lehman (pages 1 and 6)
     - A Special Look at Special Collections (Where What's New is Probably Old)
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 1 and 3)
     - Behind the Writing of Commitment, Compassion, Consecration
        by Thomas J. Mueller (pages 2 and 3)
     - The Bastille, Books and the University of Notre Dame
        by Sophia K. Jordan (page 4)
     - Undergraduate Assignments: The View From Behind the Reference Desk
        by J. Douglas Archer (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 37, March 1989

     - New Endowment for Periodicals
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 6)
     - Videocassette Collection Takes Hold
        by Joseph Huebner (pages 1 and 6)
     - Communication: The Key to Librarianship
        by Jean A. Pec (page 2)
     - The Role of Binding in Book Preservation
        by Sophia K. Jordan (pages 3 and 4)
     - A Fond Farewell
        by Katharina Blackstead (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access 36, December 1988

     - University Libraries Surveyed
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 5)
     - FBI Library Awareness Program: A Reaction
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - The Great Notre Dame Barcoding Project
        by Sue Dietl and Tom Lehman, (pages 2 and 3)
     - Optical Disk Technology at ALA Conference
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 3 and 4)
     - Opportunities To Use Off Campus Libraries
        by George Sereiko (page 4)
     - Downloading UNLOC (page 5)
     - Quality Control in the UNLOC Database
        by Beth Picknally (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 35, April 1988

     - Buying in the Latin American Marketplace
        by Rafael E. Tarrago, Bibliographer for Latin American Studies (pages 1 and 4)
     - The Rasmussen Collection Comes to Hesburgh Library
        by Alan D. Krieger, Theology/Philosophy Bibliographer (pages 1 and 6)
     - "Computerized Database Search Service Survey" A Report Summary
        by G. Margaret Porter (page 2)
     - Artificial Intelligence
        by Shirley R. Scott (pages 2 and 3)
     - Hong-Yi Sun: Our Visiting Scholar from China
        by Laura Fuderer (page 3)
     - Wordsworth in the Romantic Eye
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 4 and 5)
     - Walter Wellesley "Red" Smith The DEAN OF SPORTS-WRITERS
        by Jethrow Kyles and Robert Schmuhl (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access 34, February 1988

     - Comprehensive Serials Review Begins
        by Robert C. Miller, Director of Libraries (pages 1 and 5)
     - The Ambrosiana Archive in the Medieval Institute
        by Robert Randolf Coleman (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Editorial Viewpoint: The Card Catalog and UNLOC
        by Patrick Max (pages 3 and 4)
     - Ongoing Relations with NOTIS
        by Robert Wittorf (pages 4 and 5)
     - WILSONDISC: A New Electronic Reference Tool
        by G. Margaret Porter (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 33, October 1987

     - UNLOC Arrives
        by Jan Maxwell (pages 1 and 2)
     - New Directions in Old-World Research
        by Betsy Moon (pages 1 and 6)
     - Reciprocal Borrowing Program Established for Faculty
        by George Sereiko (pages 2 and 3)
     - Information to the People: Stephen M. Hayes, Documents Librarian
        by Katharina Blackstead (page 3 and 4)
     - Keyword/Boolean Improves Searching (page 5)
     - Learning about UNLOC (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 32, May 1987

     - Milestones in Library Automation
        by Robert Wittorf (pages 1 and 6)
     - David Vaisey and the Bodleian Library
        by Betsy Moon (pages 1 and 2)
     - Scott: Service Is the Product
        by Jan Maxwell (page 3)
     - Fiction and Publishing
        by Patrick Max (pages 3 and 4)
     - Planning Day 1987
        by Jo Bessler (page 4)
     - The Acquisitions Budget for 1987-88: The Realities of Inflation
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 5 and 6)
     - Irish Program
        by Patrick Max (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 31, March 1987

     - Preservation of the Collections in the Notre Dame Librarie
        by George Sereiko (pages 1 and 2)
     - AUTHENTIC IRISH: Captain O'Neill and the Irish Culture Collection
        by David Sparks (pages 1 and 6)
     - Friends Sponsor Programs (page 2)
          * Irish Day
          * Friends 6th Annual Colloquium
     - Library of Congress Plans Renovation (page 2)
     - Automation Planning at the University Libraries
        by Betsy Moon (pages 2 and 3)
     - Bibliographer Sees Challenges in Preservation, Automation
        by Jan Maxwell (page 4)
     - Treasures of the Bodleian
        by Charlotte Ames (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 30, December 1986

     - Medieval Universities Collection An International Resource
        by Betsy Moon (pages 1 and 2)
     - Supreme Court Library: A Snapshot
        by Roger F. Jacobs (pages 1 and 6)
     - Ad Hoc Committee on Machine-Readable Data Files
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2 and 3)
     - Vendors: The Middlemen in the Book Trade
        by Jan Maxwell (pages 3 and 4)
     - New Business Database
        by Patricia Bick Janicki (pages 4 and 5)
     - Depository Library Council Meets in D.C.
        by Stephen Hayes (pages 5 and 6)
     - Editor's Note (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 29, October 1986

     - Discriminatory Journal Pricing: A Threat to North American Library Periodical Collections
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Libraries "Down Under"
        by Stephen M. Hayes, (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - ND Faculty Extended Privileges
        by Crerar Library, U of Chicago, by George E. Sereiko (page 3)
     - Document Delivery System
        by George E. Sereiko (page 4)
     - Videocassette Collection
        by Joseph H. Huebner (pages 4 and 5)
     - University Libraries Appointments and Retirements
        by Betsy Moon (page 5)
     - Research Libraries and the Information Economy
        by Patrick J. Max (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 28, May 1986

     - Microcomputers in the Libraries
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 1 and 2)
     - Engineering/Architecture Libraries: Developments
        by Robert J. Havlik (pages 1 and 2)
     - New Indexing Technologies: The Scholar's Jukebox
        by Stephen M. Hayes (pages 2 and 3)
     - Friends of the Library Cover Diverse Topics
        by Patrick J. Max (pages 3 and 4)
     - Greene Collection Object of Conservation Grant
        by David E. Sparks (pages 4 and 5)
     - New Library Faculty Member
        by Dolores W. Tantoco (page 5)
     - "User Friendliness"
        by Patrick J. Max and Robert T. Dolan (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 27, March 1986

     - Automation Process Begins
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - Kresge Law Library
        by David Boeck (pages 1 and 2)
     - New Acquisition: The Rosetta Stone
        by David E. Sparks (pages 2 and 3)
     - The Notre Dame Collection
        by Susan E. Saavedera (page 3)
     - Irish Manuscript Unveiled
        by David E. Sparks (pages 3 and 4)
     - Invasion of Computer Software -- Part II
        by Ronald G. Leach, Indiana State University (pages 4, 5, and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 26, December 1985

     - Visiting Libraries in the People's Republic of China
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 1 and 2)
     - International Documentation Center
        by Theodore B. Ivanus (pages 1 and 2)
     - Sa'ud Project Completed
        by Patrick J. Max (pages 2 and 3)
     - Invasion of Computer Software -- Part 1
        by Ronald G. Leach, Indiana State University (page 3)
     - ASIS Meeting
        by Joanne M. Bessler (pages 3 and 4)
     - The Limitation of Dissemination, Access and Collection of Government Documents -- A Continuing Concern
        by Katharina J. Blackstead (pages 4 and 5)
     - New Library Faculty
        by Eilene M. Franson (page 5)
     - New Acquisitions in Special Collections
        by David E. Sparks (page 5)
     - Calendar of Events for Spring Semester 1986, Friends of the Library at Notre Dame (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 25, October 1985

     - The University Libraries: The Year in Review
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - New Database Systems
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 1 and 2)
     - Bibliographic Instruction at Earlham
        by Patrick J. Max (pages 2 and 3)
     - ARL: Window on the Library World
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 3 and 4)
     - The Memorial Library Move
        by George E. Sereiko (pages 4 and 5)
     - Disaster Planning
        by Norman D. Stevens, University of Connecticut (pages 5 and 6)
     - Notre Dame Update
        by George E. Sereiko (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 24, April 1985

     - The University of Notre Dame Press: A Profile
        by James Langford (page 1)
     - Irish Day In the Libraries
        by Patrick Max (page 1)
     - Libraries Planning Day: A Report
        by Robert C. Miller (page 2)
     - Father Leo R. Ward Memorial Program
        by David E. Sparks (page 2
     - Local Academic Librarians Gather
        by Laura Fuderer (pages 2 and 3)
     - Indiana Architectural Records At Notre Dame
        by Anton C. Masin (pages 3 and 4)
     - American Popular Reading
        by Patrick Max (page 4)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 23, February 1985

     - The Friends of the Library at Notre Dame (pages 1 and 2)
     - End-User Search Systems Seminar
        by Margaret Porter (pages 1 and 2)
     - Physical Science Libraries at Notre Dame
        by Karla P. Goold (page 2)
     - Microforms: The Quiet Revolution
        by Norman D. Stevens, University of Connecticut (pages 2, 3, and 4)
     - Update from Notre Dame
        by David E. Sparks (page 4)
     - Recent Acquisitions
        by David E. Sparks (page 4)
     - Intellectual Freedom and the American Library Association
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 4 and 5)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 22, December 1984

     - The Research Library: A Dynamic Link Between Scholarship and Teaching
        by Edward J. Eddy, President, University of Rhode Island (pages 1, 2 and 3)
     - Orientation Tour Evaluation
        by Patrick Max (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - University Libraries Strengthen User Outreach
        by Jo Bessler (pages 3 and 4)
     - New Video Equipment for Audio Learning Center
        by David E. Sparks (pages 4 and 5)
     - Microcomputers and Libraries
        by G. Margaret Porter (pages 5 and 6)
     - Electronic Publishing
        by Robert C. Miller (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 21, October 1984

     - The University Libraries: The Year in Review
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - Photo Copy Changes
        by George E. Sereiko (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Breakup of AT&T Wreaks Havoc on Library Budgets
        by Susan K. Martin, Johns Hopkins University (page 3)
     - Forum II: National and Regional Aspects of Collecting and Preserving Library Materials
        by Wendy Lougee, University of Michigan (pages 4 and 5)
     - New Library Faculty Assignments
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 5 and 6)
     - Libraries Acquire the Works of Edward Gorey
        by David E. Sparks (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 20, April 1984

     - Marie Lawrence Retires
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - Twentieth Anniversary Celebration
        by Patrick Max (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Preservation of Library Materials (pages 3 and 4)
     - The Medieval Institute Library
        by Louis E. Jordan (pages 4 and 5)
     - Amazing Gifts
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 5 and 6)
     - Subscription News (pages 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 19, February 1984

     - The National Collections Inventory Project
        by Maureen Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - Library Colloquia
        by Patrick Max (pages 1 and 2)
     - Constraints on Information Access
        by Stephen Hayes (pages 2, 3, 4, and 5)
     - Federal Library Committee Hosts Forum on Access (page 5)
     - ND Librarians in Service
        by George Sereiko (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 18, December 1983

     - Library Automation Project: Progress Report
        by Lawrence A. Woods (pages 1 and 2)
     - Spectacle and Celebration: Library Exhibits Committee Guides Memorial Library Program
        by David E. Sparks (pages 2 and 3)
     - Citation Study: A Library Collection Assessment Tool
        by James T. Deffenbaugh (pages 3 and 4)
     - Best of the Quest: Exhibition of the 34th Annual Chicago Book Clinic Awards, 1983
        by Anton C. Masin (pages 4 and 5)
     - Newspapers on Microfilm: Source Documents of History
        by David E. Sparks (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 17, October 1983

     - Copyright, Reserve and the University Libraries: Change in Law Forces a Change in Policy
        by Anne Kearney (pages 1 and 2)
     - Expenditures for Libraries: Notre Dame in Top Forty
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2 and 3)
     - The University Libraries: The Year in Review
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 3 and 4)
     - Scholars, Publishers and Librarians: Report of a University of Chicago Conference
        by Joseph H. Huebner (pages 4 and 5)
     - Automation: Library Begins Conversion of Monograph Data
        by David E. Sparks (pages 5 and 6)
     - Cataloging Department Has New Head: Sylvia Geiger Appointed to Library Faculty,
        by David E. Sparks (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 16, April 1983

     - Colloquium on Library Automation
        by Patrick Max (pages 1 and 2)
     - John Zahm and the Dante Collection
        by Laura Sue Fuderer (pages 3 and 4)
     - Wright's American Fiction
        by David E. Sparks (page 5)
     - Magazine Index
        by Margaret O. Porter (pages 5 and 6)
     - Subscription News

blue ball graphic  Access No. 15, February 1983

     - First Steps in Automation
        by David E. Sparks (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - The Bureau of the Census
        by Stephen M. Hayes (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - The National Union Catalogs on Microfiche
        by J. Douglas Archer (page 5)
     - Book Sales
        by J. Douglas Archer and K.J. Blackstead (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 14, December 1982

     - Library Automation Head Appointed: Larry Woods Joins Library Faculty
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)
     - New Engineering Library: Expanded Unit Opens in Cushing Hall
        by David E. Sparks (page 2 and 3)
     - Vigil on Subscription Costs,
        by Marcia King-Blandford and Maureen L. Gleason (page 3)
     - Data Base Services: Part IV: Business Data Bases
        by Patricia Bick-Janicki (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - Preserving American Newspapers: NEH Newspaper Projects Funded, from ARL Newsletter
        by David E. Sparks (pages 5 and 6)
     - Subscription News (pages 7, 8, 9, and 10)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 13, October 1982

     - Scores
        by Joseph H. Huebner (page 1)
     - The University Libraries: The Year in Review
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2 and 3)
     - Data Base Services: Part III
        by Robert J. Havlik (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - Collection Analysis Project
        by Louis E. Jordan (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 12, April 1982

     - The Reserve Book Room: A Library Service in Support of Teaching
        by Anne R. Kearney (pages 1 and 2)
     - Censorship and Libraries: Friends of the Library Sponsor First Colloquium,
        by Patrick J. Max (pages 2 and 3)
     - Data Base Services: Part II: The Pure Sciences
        by Karla P. Goold (pages 3 and 4)
     - Interlibrary Loan Service in Memorial Library: An Important Aid to Teaching and Research,
        by Kathryn Ryan-Zeugner (pages 4, 5, and 6)
     - Subscription News (pages 7 and 8)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 11, February 1982

     - Landmarks of Science: Memorial Library Houses Valuable Collection in Science History,
        by David E. Sparks (pages 1 and 2)
     - Ordering Books: What Happens to Your Requests for New Books
        by J. Douglas Archer (pages 2 and 3)
     - Data Base Services: Computer Searching of Social Science Data Bases
        by James T. Deffenbaugh (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - The Selective Depository: Notre Dame's Government Documents Deposit Third Oldest in State,
        by Stephen M. Hayes (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 10, December 1981

     - National Studies of Research Libraries: Scholars and Librarians Assess the Future
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - New Reference Center Inaugurated: Memorial Library Reorganizes Its Reader's Service
        by James T. Deffenbaugh (page 2 and 3)
     - Collection Analysis Project: Task Force On Resource Sharing: Summary of Final Report
        by Judith K. Sterling (pages 3 and 4)
     - Treasure House For Scholars: The National Union Catalog Passes A Milestone
        by John J. Philippsen (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 9, September 1981

     - American Catholic Newspapers: Collection in Memorial Library Rivals the Best
        by David E. Sparks (pages 1 and 2)
     - The University Libraries: The Year in Review
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2 and 3)
     - Those Other Libraries: The University Libraries' Sometimes Forgotten Branches
        by David E. Sparks (pages 3 and 4)
     - The Collection Analysis Project: ACCESS Plans Articles To Air Final Report
        by Maureen L. Gleason (page 5)
     - NOTICE: An Appeal for Early Receipt of New Subscription Requests
        by Maureen L. Gleason (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 8, April 1981

     - Collection Analysis Project Update: Second Phase Now Underway
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - Reorganization of Memorial Library Collections: Summer Project Begins in May
        by James G. Neal (page 3)
     - European Communities Collection: Documents Form Important Library Resource
        by Stephen M. Hayes (pages 4 and 5)
     - Abrams Collection Inaugurated: Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Delivers Lecture
        by David E. Sparks (page 5)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 7, February 1981

     - Journal Subscriptions: Library Aims at General Review
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - In Memoriam: Paul Ryan Byrne, 1889-1980
        by John J. Phillippsen (pages 3 and 4)
     - Student Research Skills and Library Instruction: Library Offers Flexible Program
        by Patrick J. Max (pages 4 and 5)
     - Statistical Sources: A Wealth of Data Available
        by Ann Lonie (page 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 6, December 1980

     - The Death of Books: Deterioration of Stock Plagues Libraries
        by Richard P. Smyers (pages 1 and 2)
     - United States Presidential Papers: New Acquisitions Complete the Collection
        by James G. Neal (pages 2 and 3)
     - Gilbert Keith Chesterton: Celebration of an Anniversity Highlights Unusual Collection
        by David E. Sparks (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - Rules and Books: Libraries Struggle to Reform Catalogs
        by David E. Sparks (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Special Issue, October 1980

     - Library Services for the Undergraduate at Notre Dame (pages 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5)
        by Geri Decker
             Linda Ferguson
             Sheila Geary
             Maureen Gleason
             Anne Kearney
             Patrick Max
             James Neal, Chairman

blue ball graphic  Access No. 5, September 1980

     - Data Base Searching: Service to Begin in October
        by James T. Deffenbaugh (pages 1 and 2)
     - The University Libraries: The Year in Review
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2 and 3)
     - Faculty Survey: Study Yields Helpful Insights, Sparks Changes
        by Susan D. Baldwin (pages 3, 4, and 5)
     - The National Technical Information Service: NTIS: Giant of Alternative Publishing
        by Charles T. Early (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 4, May 1980

     - Controlling the Costs of Current Serials
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 1 and 2)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 3, April 1980

     - Collection Analysis Project: Study to Begin in Fall Term
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - Preservation in Libraries: The Challenge and the Response
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2, 3, and 4)
     - Ace In the Hole For Scholars: The Center for Research Libraries
        by David E. Sparks (pages 4 and 5)
     - The Human Relations Area Files: HRAF
        by James G. Neal (and a Forthcoming Workshop) (pages 5 and 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 2, February 1980

     - Money for Books: The NEH Challenge Grant
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 1 and 2)
     - The Library: Forgotten Frontier in Education?
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 2, 3, and 4)
     - The Notre Dame Collection
        by David E. Sparks (pages 4 and 5)
     - Reorganization of Depository Map Collections
        by James G. Neal (pages 5 and 6)
     - Current Exhibits (page 6)

blue ball graphic  Access No. 1, Fall 1979

     - A Note From the Director
        by Robert C. Miller (page 1)
     - The New Approval Program for Buying Books
        by Maureen L. Gleason (pages 1, 2, and 3)
     - A Five Year Plan for the University Libraries
        by Robert C. Miller (pages 3 and 4)
     - The Notre Dame Main Building: Fact and Symbol, 1879-1979, An Exhibit in the Memorial Library
        by Peter J. Lombardo (pages 4 and 5)
     - Chestertonians of Notre Dame: Organizational Meeting
        by Anton C. Masin (page 5)
     - New Bibliographical Resources in the University Libraries
        by Judy Sterling (page 6)


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