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January 7, 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. Scholars' Workshops
  2. New Multimedia Specialist in Academic Computing
  3. New Multimedia Systems specialist in Academic Computing
  4. Workshop Hosted by WorkLife Office 1/11/00
  5. SUL/AIR Job Opportunities


1. SCHOLARS' WORKSHOPS

During Winter Quarter, the Green Library Information Center is sponsoring a series of Scholars' Workshops featuring electronic information resources available through SUL/AIR.

Workshop topics range from using specific databases such as Socrates or the Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities Citation indexes to broader themes of humanities research in full-text databases and resources for human rights research. The sessions will be taught by staff from the Information Center, the Social Sciences Resource Center, the Humanities & Area Studies Resource Center, and Academic Computing.

The Scholars' Workshops will be on Wednesdays, from 4:00-5:00 p.m., beginning January 12th. See below for specific topics and locations of the workshops. They are open to those in the Stanford community with research interests. Library staff are welcome to attend, as space permits. No registration required.

JANUARY
January 12
Socrates for Scholars
Advanced searching techniques for finding materials in the Stanford collections.
Location: IC Instruction Room
Instructor: Liz Green

January 19
Human Rights in the World Arena
A guide to electronic and other resources at Stanford.
Location: SSRC Multimedia
Instructor: Tony Angiletta

January 26
EndNote
Searching databases and creating bibliographies using EndNote3.
Location: IC Instruction Room
Instructor: Alan Coe

FEBRUARY
February 2
Who's Citing Whom
Using the Social Science and Arts and Humanities Citation indexes.
Location: IC Instruction Room
Instructor: Paul Zarins

February 9
Statistics on the Web
Including Statistical Universe, STAT-USA, and other U.S. and international online sources.
Location: SSRC Multimedia
Instructor: Chuck Eckman

February 16
Humanities (R)e-search
Tactics, tricks and traps in full-text databases.
Location: SSRC Multimedia
Instructor: Glen Worthey

February 23
Finding Full-text News on the Web
Including Academic Universe, Newsbank, and ABI/Inform.
Location: IC Instruction Room
Instructor: Liz Green

MARCH
March 1
Online Sources for International Public
Policy Research, AccessUN, PAIS, World News Connection, and Global Newsbank.
Location: SSRC Multimedia
Instructor: Chuck Eckman

March 8
Getting Data on Your Computer & Using it
An introduction to Social Sciences Data Service and Statistical Software Support.
Location: SSRC Multimedia
Instructors:SSDS and SSS staff

March 15
Finding Book Reviews Online
Using Book Review Digest, PCI, and Citation indexes.
Location: IC Instruction Room
Instructor: Liz Green

For more information, contact Liz Green, emgreen@sulmail

--submitted by Liz Green

2. NEW MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST IN ACADEMIC COMPUTING

I am pleased to announce that Donna Carter has accepted the position of Multimedia Specialist in Academic Computing, to replace Victor Haseman who will be leaving Stanford in mid-January. Her office is in the Academic Technology Lab on the second floor of Meyer.

I know many of you have had the pleasure of working with Donna in the ATL in her former position as one of the Multimedia Consultants. I'm delighted that she has taken this permanent position. She has been and will continue to be a real asset to the AComp team!

Please extend a warm welcome to Donna the next time you visit Meyer!

--submitted by Karyn A. Russell

3. NEW MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS SPECIALIST IN ACADEMIC COMPUTING

I'd like to officially welcome Dana Sheikholeslami to Academic Computing as a full-fledged staff member effective immediately. His new job is the Multimedia Systems Specialist, in charge of all hardware and software needs for the ATL/Multimedia Studio and Language Lab. Dana is now one of three staff who report to me in the Technical Support team, which also consists of John Chao (residential clusters and Mac model volume) and Frank Artusa (Meyer/Tresidder clusters and PC model volumes).

Dana has been working for Residential Computing since early June in a student position. During that time, he created a comprehensive Macintosh model volume for all parts of Academic Computing, and it's been a smashing success. John Chao will assume this responsibility, as Dana will focus on the above facilities and their special support needs. Dana comes to us from Penn State where he participated in the design, implementation, and support of new multimedia computing facilities.

Please join me in welcoming Dana to our excellent team.

--submitted by Jamey Frank

4. WORKSHOP HOSTED BY WORKLIFE OFFICE 1/11/00

The WorkLife Office would like to invite you to the following workshop:

The Overscheduled Child/Family School, homework, soccer, swimming, ballet, piano, chores, scouts, etc --- is your child's calendar too full? This workshop will explore factors that contribute to overscheduling, how to recognize when children and families are "max'ed out", and how to decide what is appropriate for your child.

Date: Tuesday, January 11, 2000 Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM Location: Cypress South, Tresidder Union Leader: Teresa Rasco, M.S., Program Coordinator, WorkLife Office

If you are interested in attending, please contact Carol Skladany at 723-2660 or carols@leland.stanford.edu

--submitted by Carol Skladany

5. SUL/AIR JOB OPPORTUNITIES

SUL/AIR has the following open positions for this week:

Library Specialist (1/6/00) REQ#J000026

For a complete list of all current SUL/AIR jobs, visit the Human Resources Web site.


Please send future submissions to SUL/AIR News to:
news@sulmail.stanford.edu.


SUL/AIR News is an electronic publication of Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources issued weekly. Copy deadline is 5:00 p.m. Tuesday. Submit items for publication to news@sulmail.stanford.edu.
Editor for SUL: Sarah Williamson, sarahcw@sulmail.stanford.edu
Editor for AIR and HR: Eleanor Brown, eabrown@leland.stanford.edu