Volume 34 Number 8
DuPage Library System
Table of Contents:
DLS Workshops, Seminars, Meetings
Other Workshops, Seminars, Meetings
Announcements, Wanted, For Sale
The following items have been sent to DLS libraries on the dates shown. If you need an item but can't find it in your library, please request another copy from the DLS staff member whose name is listed. Committee meeting announcements and other messages sent to selected audiences are not included in this checklist.
Memo numbers followed by an "E" were sent via email. You can receive future email memos by signing up for the DLS email lists in your areas of interest.
|Date Sent||DLS Staff Member|
|4/12/2006||Denise Zielinski / Mary Jean McCleary|
|4/12/2006||Denise Zielinski / Mary Jean McCleary|
DLS Workshops, Seminars, Meetings
Events may have changed since this issue was published. For current information, details, and online registration, see the Continuing Education section of the DLS website.
Library Friends Roundtable
|Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2006||7:00 p.m.||to||9:00 p.m.||CE#: 3021|
|Wednesday, May 03, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||Noon||CE#: 2991|
Adult Programmers SIG
|Thursday, May 04, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||Noon||CE#: 3022|
Managing Behavior in the Library
|Tuesday, May 09, 2006||11:00 a.m.||to||1:30 p.m.||CE#: 3076|
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Blogging, RSS Feeds, wikis, IM, Social Networking Sites and Gaming
|Thursday, May 11, 2006||9:00 a.m.||to||12:30 p.m.||CE#: 3182|
Power of Humor
|Friday, May 12, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||12:30 p.m.||CE#: 3157|
Storytelling Techniques or How Dincerella Slopped Her Dripper
|Friday, May 12, 2006||1:30 p.m.||to||4:30 p.m.||CE#: 3156|
Technical Services Roundtable
|Monday, May 15, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||Noon||CE#: 3052|
Using the Client Interface to OCLC Connexion
|Wednesday, May 17, 2006||1:30 p.m.||to||4 p.m.||CE#: 3043|
Using the Browser Interface to OCLC Connexion
|Wednesday, May 17, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||Noon||CE#: 3044|
Youth Service Managers' Roundtable
|Wednesday, May 17, 2006||11:00 a.m.||to||1:30 p.m.||CE#: 3079|
Readers' Advisory SIG
|Tuesday, May 23, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||Noon||CE#: 3107|
PL Administrators SIG
|Thursday, June 01, 2006||9:30 a.m.||to||Noon||CE#: 2992|
Other Workshops, Seminars, Meetings
* Request for Items: For items marked with an asterisk, please contact DLS for a copy of the flier if wanted.
Diversity Forum Featuring Rajmohan Ghandi
April 24, 2006. If you are looking for ways to provide better services to the growing diverse population in our communities, the diversity forum "Libraries and Communities Building Bridges: An Inter-cultural Dialogue" is the perfect event for you. This free forum will be held at the Effingham Hilton Garden Inn. Speakers and panelists from community organizations, universities, community colleges, and libraries will share experiences that strengthen ties and help us build cross-cultural awareness. Registration for this exciting free event is online at: http://www.librarydiversity.info/ce.html. The keynote speaker is Rajmohan Ghandi, faculty director of the UIUC Global Crossroads Residential Unit and a visiting Professor in South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. He is an author and well-known human-rights activist. His books include Revenge and Reconciliation; a biography of his grandfather, the Mahatma Gandhi, The Good Boatman: A Portrait of Gandhi; and Eight Lives: A Study of the Hindu-Muslim Encounter. He has also served as a member of the Rajya Sabha (Indian Senate) in India, his home country. Gandhi has held research and teaching positions at a number of prominent institutions in addition to the University of Illinois, including the Woodrow Wilson Center, George Mason University, and the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi. This forum was made possible by a grant awarded by the Illinois State Library (ISL), a Division of the Office of Secretary of State, using funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), under the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).
Thursday, May 11, 2006, 9:00 a.m. to noon. Please join Laconi-Reference/Adult Services Section for a tour of the editorial and research facilities of World Book Encyclopedia, followed by an open forum where librarians and World Book staff will discuss the issues that affect libraries and publishers. This is a great opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes at World Book Encyclopedia, as well as to communicate our needs as librarians directly to a major reference publisher. Illinois Center Building, 233 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 2000, Chicago IL 60601. To register: Contact Jill Franklin at the Des Plaines Public Library, 847/376-2825 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a free program! Registration is limited, so please let us know as soon as possible if you'd like to attend.
Copyright at a Crossroads
June 14-16,2006, in Adelphi, MD. The 2006 UMUC Center for Intellectual Property 6th Annual Symposium on Intellectual Property is just around the corner. The deadline for early bird registration is May 12, 2006. If you're curious about the benefits of attending this year's symposium, consider this question... Who should own, manage, and have access to our world of knowledge? The theme of this year's symposium is Copyright at a Crossroads: The Impact of Mass Digitization on Copyright and Higher Education. The symposium will examine the issues surrounding Google's ambitious plans to digitize and index massive library collections and the positive and negative effects this may have on copyright itself, as well as the consumers, librarians, educators, authors, and publishers who handle copyrighted material each day. Please visit http://www.umuc.edu/cip/symposium for detailed information about registration and lodging.
For links to other library job ads, visit: http://www.chicagojobs.org/cats/library.html and http://www.libraryjobpostings.org.
Local Library System Automation Program (LLSAP) Technician
(Full time) DuPage Library System. Use your technical troubleshooting and people skills to provide excellent help desk and other customer support for our library automation consortium (MAGIC). Work in a team environment to assist with other DLS technology needs. Required: Associate's degree in a technology-related field or Library Technical Assistant degree, or equivalent work experience; experience with PC hardware and software in a networked environment. Desired: Experience with integrated library systems, Unix, MARC, web page editing, and/or database reporting. Salary $28,000-$32,000 (DOQ) plus benefits. Interested applicants should submit a resume and three references to Claudia Sheets, Director of Administrative Services. Email email@example.com or send to DuPage Library System, 127 S. First Street, Geneva, IL 60134-2771.
Reference Librarian, Adult Services
(Part time) Batavia Public Library District seeks an energetic, public service-oriented reference librarian for its Adult Services department. Responsibilities: This 20 hour/week position provides reference and readers' advisory services, assists patrons in the use of the online catalog, reference databases, the Internet, and teaches computer classes. Hours include 1 evening/week and 2 weekends/month. Qualifications: Required: A master of library and information science from an ALA accredited program; a minimum of 1 year's experience in a library of any type; be a team player; possess excellent communications skills; strong computer skills; flexibility in scheduling. Preferred: A minimum of 2 years' experience in reference and adult services in a public library. Desired: It would be great if you were fun-loving, tactful, resourceful, and good-humored. Compensation: Hourly salary from $17.50, DOQ. Please send a letter of interest, a detailed resume, and contact information for at least three professional references to: Stacey Cisneros, Head of Adult Services, Batavia Public Library, 10 S. Batavia Ave., Batavia, IL 60510-2793. Electronic submissions (using Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF) to firstname.lastname@example.org are encouraged. EOE. Inquiries are encouraged from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of the library. Visit us at http://www.batavia.lib.il.us.
(Part time) Bloomingdale Public Library. A high school diploma or equivalent (additional coursework in bookkeeping or accounting preferred). Duties: Prepares accounts payable and processing invoices for the library; prepares records, contracts and documents relating to all library accounts; prepares monthly financial reports, statements and annual reports in conjunction with the library director; oversees preparation of daily cash-on-hand and posting of daily receipts according to recommended audit procedures; oversees preparation and recording of disbursements and generation of checks and reports; works with the auditor to prepare audits; oversees preparation of year-to-date line-item expenditure reports for library director and department heads; gathers projected cost information on service contracts, supplies, and equipment; prepares line-item budget projections and formats annual budget; supervises maintenance of automated inventory of library equipment and furnishings; and contacts equipment service and maintenance contractors annually to review contracts prior to budget process. Experience: One year of related bookkeeping experience in a comparable business, organization, or library; knowledge of standard office software including word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications; minimum 25 wpm typing speed. Starts at $14.54/hour. Please contact the business office at 630/924-2720 for a job description and application.
Youth Services Associate
(Part time) Carol Stream Public Library. 21 hours/week; includes some day, evening, and weekend shifts. Will provide reference and readers' advisory service to youth and their caregivers, and assist with collection and programming. Experience with children and computers preferred. LTA, bachelor's degree, or two years experience in a public library required. Minimum salary is $11.89/hour, depending on qualifications. Applications are available at the library, or send resume with cover letter to Fran Venegas, Human Resources Administrator, Carol Stream Public Library, 616 Hiawatha Drive, Carol Stream, IL 60188 or email email@example.com.
(Part time) Messenger Public Library of North Aurora invites applicants for a part time (12-14 hours/week) Librarian/Program Coordinator in the Adult Services Department. The successful candidate will report to the Head of Adult Services and take a leadership role in developing adult programming for the library. Duties also include providing reference and computer assistance, and collection maintenance. Job Requirements: Master of library and information sciences from an ALA accredited university highly desirable and/or related library experience. Scheduled hours are Tuesday 5 to 9 p.m., Wednesday 4 to 9 p.m., and Thursday 1 to 5 p.m. The schedule has some flexibility depending on programming. Pay rate is $15-$17/hour. Salary is negotiable depending on credentials and experience. This position is available immediately. Messenger Public Library is an EOE employer. Please send cover letter and resume to Mary Ann Dziekan, Library Administrative Assistant at Messenger Public Library of North Aurora, 113 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Part time) Messenger Public Library of North Aurora invites applicants for a part time (8-13 hours/week) Reference Assistant in the Adult Services Department. The successful candidate will report to the Head of Adult Services and provide reference services using print and electronic resources, provide computer assistance, create displays, and other duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Master of library and information sciences from an ALA accredited university highly desirable and/or related library experience. Library students are encouraged to apply. Scheduled hours are Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pay rate is $10-$12/hour. Salary is negotiable depending on credentials and experience. Messenger Public Library is an EOE employer. This position is available immediately. Please send cover letter and resume to Mary Ann Dziekan, Library Administrative Assistant at Messenger Public Library of North Aurora, 113 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542 or email: email@example.com.
Youth Services Assistant
(Part time) Messenger Public Library of North Aurora invites applicants for an evening Youth Services Assistant. The successful candidate will provide reference assistance, readers' advisory, programming, and creation of displays and bibliographies. The position offers 12-15 hours/week and includes morning and some weekend hours. A bachelor's degree or LTA certificate and one year work experience with children are required. Salary begins at $10.00/hour depending on qualifications. Library school students are encouraged to apply. Messenger Public Library resides within a growing community of young families and is committed to providing professional development within the library profession. Please send cover letter and resume to Mary Ann Dziekan, Library Administrative Assistant at Messenger Public Library of North Aurora, 113 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Messenger Public Library of North Aurora is an EOE employer.
Adult Services Librarian
(Part time) Naperville Public Library (95th Street Library location) is seeking an Adult Services Librarian. 20 hours/week, $16.91/hour. Performs functions to assist library patrons and maintain the adult and teen material collections. For more information and to apply, please contact Corinne Brombosz at email@example.com; 630/961-4100 x2227.
Information Technology Technician
(Full time) The Villa Park Public Library is looking for a creative team player with good computer and communication skills. This position oversees the daily operation and management of the library's computer system. Duties include troubleshooting and repairing computers and peripherals, maintaining the computer network, updating and loading new software and patches, maintaining the library's home page, creating documentation for troubleshooting and network procedures, making recommendations concerning purchasing and procedures, participating in long range planning, and other duties as assigned. Must have two (2) years of proven IT experience. Current knowledge of LAN management and operations, including Windows 2000, Active Directory, and resource sharing. Bachelor of computer science preferred. Starting salary: $34,125 depending on qualifications and experience. Send cover letter and resume to John Bradford, Head of Automation & Technical Services, Villa Park Public Library, 305 S. Ardmore Avenue, Villa Park, IL 60181; phone: 630/834-1164; fax: 630/834-0489; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Librarians, Middle and High School
(Full time) School District U-46 is the second largest district in Illinois and is located 35 miles northwest of Chicago. It is an equal opportunity employer seeking qualified school librarians for middle and high school. Positions require proper State of Illinois certification. Letters of application for the above-mentioned position should be directed to Lalo Ponce, Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services, 355 E. Chicago St., Elgin, IL 60120; online application: http://www.generalasp.net/kane/; fax: 847/888-7188. Questions may be directed to 847/888-5000 x7174. Nondiscrimination Notice: U-46 does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, unfavorable military discharge, or disability in its programs or activities. Inquiries can be made to the Non-Discrimination Coordinator at 355 E. Chicago St., Elgin, Il, 60120 or 847/888-5000 x5305.
(Full time) The Adler School of Professional Psychology seeks an innovative, creative, and technologically versed Head Librarian. Responsibilities of the head librarian include: Administrative leadership of library services, collection maintenance and development, development and implementation of library policies and procedures, supervision of two master degree level assistant librarians and student workers, preparation of budget and grant proposals to support library services, initiating other fundraising, coordinating cooperative agreements with other libraries and research centers, and negotiating agreements with vendors. There is particular interest in recruiting a candidate who can implement a multi-year strategic plan for development of library services with a focus on expanding acquisition and access to digital resources and designing web-based services. Qualifications include MLS from an ALA accredited program, record of responsible leadership and management of library services, understanding of trends and new technologies in library services, and previous experience in an academic library setting. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Consideration of applications begins November 1, with the goal of recruiting a candidate by December 15. Send resume and names and addresses of three references to: Frank Gruba-McCallister, Ph.D., Vice President of Academic Affairs, Adler School of Professional Psychology, 65 E. Wacker Pl., Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60601. More information about the school can be found by visiting the website at: http://www.adler.edu. The Adler School is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Head of Adult Services
(Full time) The New Lenox Public Library District is seeking a creative and energetic person to join our service-oriented team as Head of Adult Services in our rapidly-growing community in the far SW suburbs. The successful candidate will have an ALA/MLS and be a dynamic self-starter who is an excellent manager and team player. Requirements: good management skills; familiarity with fiction and nonfiction materials, reference sources, electronic databases; ability to work flexible schedule including some evenings and alternate weekends; proficiency with computers; good oral and written communication skills. Supervise 8 staff members providing reference and readers' advisory, collection development. Assist patrons of all ages with materials and equipment. Work with other members of management team. Salary range $36,400 to $48,000 DOQ. Position available July 1. Benefits: 20 vacation days, 3 personal days, IMRF, health/dental insurance. EOE. Send letter of application, resume, and 3 professional references to: JoAnn Potenziani, Director, New Lenox Public Library, 120 Veterans Pkwy., New Lenox, IL 60451 or email@example.com. Visit http://www.newlenoxlibrary.org.
Reference/Instruction and Electronic Resources Librarian
(Full time) Roosevelt University, Chicago Campus. Duties: Assist students and faculty in the use of print and electronic resources; prepare and conduct instruction sessions for classes; create subject guides and database instructions; administer online reference resources and manage access to them through related software systems; evaluate online reference products for purchase/renewal and promote their use by students and faculty; serve as subject liaison/selector for specific subject disciplines. More information available at http://www.roosevelt.edu/library. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA accredited institution; two years reference and library instruction experience; familiarity with print and online reference materials; knowledge of library database searching, MS Office, Web authoring software, proxy server, link resolver, and federated searching systems, etc.; familiarity with managing online reference resources; effective interpersonal, communication, and teaching skills; flexibility in adapting to change; must be available to work two nights/week and weekends on a rotating basis. Salary: Minimum $42,000/year. Applications received by May 1, 2006 will receive first consideration. Position available immediately and open until filled. Send cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to: Naomi Herman, Administrative Secretary, Roosevelt University Library, 430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Full time) Roosevelt University, Chicago Campus. Duties: Assist students and faculty in the use of print and electronic resources; prepare and conduct instruction sessions for classes; create subject guides and database instructions; coordinate reference activities at the Public Services Desk; conduct outreach and marketing activities directed towards students and faculty; serve as subject liaison/selector for specific subject disciplines. More information is available at the library's web site (http://www.roosevelt.edu/library). Qualifications: MLS from an ALA accredited institution; professional reference and library instruction experience preferred; broad familiarity with print and online reference materials; knowledge of library database searching, MS Office, Web authoring software, etc; a strong commitment to teaching and effective interpersonal, communication, and teaching skills; flexibility in adapting to change; must be available to work two nights/week and weekends on a rotating basis. Salary: Minimum $38,000/year. Applications received by May 1, 2006 will receive first consideration. Position available immediately and open until filled. Send cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to: Naomi Herman, Administrative Secretary, Roosevelt University Library, 430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605 or email to email@example.com.
Data Entry/Technical Processing Clerk
(Part time) Prairie Trails Public Library District. 22 hours/week and every 4th Saturday (Monday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday: 2 to 9 p.m.; Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 4th Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Salary: $10.50+/hour, DOQ. LTA certificate, or graduating with LTA by Fall 2006, or 18 hours towards an MLS, or 3 years of cataloging and data entry (direct) experience. Duties: data entry (Innovative/SWAN), Millennium serials, database maintenance, produce/file shelf cards, processing materials, inventory, back-up circulation. One of three part time staff. Prairie Trails Public Library District, 8449 S. Moody, Burbank, IL 60459-2525, Attn: R. Faklis, Director; 708/430-3688, fax 708/430-5596, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Information Services Librarian
(Part time) The University of Illinois at Chicago seeks a part time professional librarian to work under the direction of the Information Services Librarian in the Library of the Health Sciences. Responsibilities: Assistant Information Services Librarians provide general reference service, including staffing the reference desk, performing online searches, answering online reference questions (chat and email) and offering research consultations. Minimum Qualifications: Master of library science from a program accredited by the American Library Association; two years of professional library experience preferably in academic or health sciences libraries; experience with online database searching, experience with and knowledge of the Internet; excellent oral and written communication skills. Additional Desirable Qualifications: Knowledge of evidence-based healthcare; experience searching MEDLINE and other health related and life sciences databases. Salary is $22,000 (half time); Hours: 2.5 days/week. For fullest consideration, apply by April 24, 2006 with cover letter, resume, and the names and addresses of three references to: Annie Marie Ford, Director of Library Human Resources, University Library, M/C 234, Box 8198, Chicago, IL 60680; email: email@example.com; fax: 312/413-0424. The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Announcements, Wanted, For Sale
AskAway Statewide Virtual Reference Service Opens Monday, April 24
Join us for the virtual grand opening of AskAway Illinois, the new statewide virtual reference services. Join us for the virtual press conference, an interview with Matt Savoie, Olympic skater, or to see a demo and ask questions. Instructions and schedule at http://www.askawayillinois.info. For more information, contact Debra Aggertt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217/558-1945.
Library Logo Makeover
The Carol Stream Public Library is redoing its logo and is seeking the community's help in the process. From April 2-15, individuals from the community could submit images and ideas that reflect the value of the Carol Stream Public Library to the community. Selected design entries will be displayed in the library in May giving the community another opportunity to contribute by voting for their favorite. The community's input will contribute to the development of the final logo design. A celebration to unveil the final logo design is being planned for the evening of June 27.
Network Equipment for Sale
DuPage Library System has the following network equipment for sale. Proceeds benefit the DuPage Library Education Fund for future scholarships. Suggested prices are below, but other reasonable offers will be considered. Email Gerry Hubka or Jonathan Padilla at email@example.com by April 28, 2006. DLS members will receive first priority in the event of equivalent offers. All items were in working order when removed from service at DLS. All items are sold "as is," with no warranty, service of any kind, or delivery. For pictures and specifications, see http://www.dupagels.lib.il.us/promo/sales.html. For more information, contact: Gerry Hubka or Jonathan Padilla at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630/232-8457 x211.
|1.||Cisco 7505 Router rackmount||$500|
|2.||Cisco 2511 Router w/U.S. Robotics Modem Hub - 16 v.34 modems rackmount||$200|
|3.||IBM RS/6000 F50 Mainframe. Operating system not included. Includes 20 in. color monitor, keyboard, and mouse.||$850|
|4.||Adtran ACT-1241 Channel Bank rackmount||$100|
|5.||Adtran DSU III AR CSU/DSU (7 available)||$25 each|
|6.||Adtran TSU 100 Multiplexer||$100|
|7.||Lexmark 4227 dot matrix printer with 4 ribbons||$50|
|8.||IBM 4226 dot matrix with 6 ribbons||$50|
|9.||15 in. CRT monitor (2 available)||$5 each|
|10.||17 in. CRT monitor (2 available)||$10 each|
Survey : Who Participates in Online Workplace Training in Libraries?
Northern Illinois University is conducting research on attitudes and opinions toward library workplace training. The purpose of the study is to assess attitudes and opinions toward online workplace training in libraries. Data from this study would be useful to all library staff who attend training or other workshop activities, including civil service employees, department heads, supervisors, librarians, and trainers. If you are at least nineteen years old and are interested in participating in this research project, you may fill out an online survey at http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=p8rqamdq5tmoaof182603. The survey has twenty questions and should take only 10 minutes to fill it out. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Connie Haley at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or 773/995-2498.
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The following items are available from DuPage Library System. Please email email@example.com for the following:
|1.||Accounting Desk Book: The Accountant's Everyday Instant Answer Book||1995|
|2.||Administrative Ready Reference (CD-ROM)|
|3.||E-Rate for Beginners (Video)||12/17/02|
|4.||Handbook of Business Letters||1989|
|5.||How to Manage the Accounting Department||1990|
|6.||How to Plan and Conduct Productive Performance Appraisals||1991|
|7.||Illinois Compiled Statutes 2002||v.1-9; supple. 1-2||2002; 2003|
|8.||Illinois Public Library Statistics Fiscal Year (CD-ROM)||1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 2000-01, 2001-02|
|9.||Illinois State Library Special Report Series||1994|
|10.||Illinois Academic Library Statistics|
|11.||IREAD Showcase (Video)||2003|
|12.||Journal of the House of Representatives (CD-ROM)||2000|
|13.||Library Resources for the Blind and Physically Handicapped||1995|
|14.||Maximizing E-Rate Discounts (Video)||10/24/02|
|15.||Output Measures for Public Libraries: A Manual of Standardized Procedures||1982|
|16.||Planning & Role Setting for Public Libraries||1987|
|17.||Professional Secretary’s Encyclopedic Dictionary||1995|
|18.||Secretarial Procedures and Administration||1978|
|19.||Serving Our Public: Standards for Illinois Public Libraries||1996|
|20.||Speaking Out! Voices in Celebration of Intellectual Freedom||1999|
|21.||The Home Book of Quotations: Classical and Modern||1967|
|22.||The Mechanism of Catastrophe, by Speros Vryonis, Jr.||1978|
|23.||Night, by Elie Wiesel|
|24.||How the New 2005 Social Security Changes Affect You. Brochure||2005|
|25.||Illinois Public Library Statistics. CD-ROM||Fiscal Year 2003-2004|
|26.||Think, by C.G. Ferrel (Poems)|
|27.||The Mighty Stallion, by C.G. Ferrel (Poems)|
|28.||Handbook of Organization & Membership Directory||2004-2005|
|29.||GIS in Illinois 2006 Spring Conference Brochures|
|30.||Pulse of Creation by Ernest L. Norman. Series||v.1, 4, 5|
|31.||Infinite Concept of Cosmic Creation by Ernest L. Norman|
|32.||Infinite Contact by Ernest L. Norman|
|33.||Tempus Interludium by Ernest L. Norman||v. 2|
|34.||Tempus Invictus by Ernest L. Norman|
|35.||True Life of Jesus of Nazareth: The Confessions of St. Paul by Ernest L. Norman|
|36.||Illinois Issues: Roster of State Government Officials||2005|
The following items are available from Itasca Community Library. Please call Nancy McCabe at 630/773-1699 x240 or Larry Zevnik x222. Available for pickup only.
|1.||Twentieth Century Literary Criticism||17 vol. set (missing vol. 6)|
|2.||Contemporary Authors||vol.1-4 First Revision through vol. 204 + 2 cumulative indexes|
The following items are available from National University of Health Sciences. Please call Peggy Carey at 630/889-6613 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|NLM Medical Subject Headings||v45, pbk||2004|
Miscellany is published twice monthly by DuPage Library System to allow participating libraries to distribute and receive library-related announcements. Any mention of products and/or services is for information only, and does not constitute endorsement. Items for Miscellany should be submitted via online submission form or by email to DLS; deadlines for submission are the Tuesdays preceding the first and third Fridays of each month, before noon.