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October 3, 1997




1.  PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR TRAINING PROGRAM EVALUATION

As you may have heard already, EH&S is involved in preparing a computer CD-ROM based Computer Ergonomics Awareness Training program. In efforts to prepare this for departmental use as soon as possible, we are asking for your assistance in identifying people who might be able to test-run and provide feedback on this new training presentation.

We are looking for a diverse pool of participants, including:

The evaluation process takes 2 hours and will be held on-campus at a designated computer facility in about 2 weeks. Once potential participants are identified, they will be contacted to ask for participation on this project. As a small token of appreciation, participants will be given a $10 gift certificate for the campus bookstore.

Please provide names and email addresses (or phone#s) for as many people you feel may be able to participate in this evaluation process and e-mail them to:
yongck@leland.stanford.edu

Please send your list of potential participants as soon as possible, no later than Monday (9/29) 5pm.

Thank you for your prompt assistance,
 

-- Submitted by Carol Olsen for the Industrial Hygiene/ Safety Program- EH&S



2.  SERG WELCOMES STELLA

Please join SERG in welcoming Stella Ota to SUL/AIR.  Stella fills are new Reference and Instructional Librarian position in SERG.  In this new role she will serve as the principal assistant to Grace Baysinger in the Swain Library of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering for providing library
instruction in the use of Chemical Abstracts, Beilstein, Gmelin, and other chemistry resources.  In addition Stella will be working a significant amount of time at the Engineering Library Reference Desk.  Eventually we expect Stella to providing reference and instructional support for all seven SERG Branch Libraries.

Stella arrives well suited for our many expectations.  She received her BS in electrical engineering from UC Irvine and her MLIS from SJSU.  For the past four years, while earning her library degree, she has been a Senior Library Assistant in the Science and Engineering Library at Cal Tech where she provided general, science, and engineering reference assistance.  In addition she was the primary library assistant providing support for chemistry within the Science and Engineering Library. Prior to that experience Stella spent two years in Japan as an assistant english teacher.

Stella's office is in the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Library.  She can be contacted by phone at 3-9763 and her email is sota@sulmail.

Welcome Stella!

-- Submitted by Steve Gass, SERG
 

 
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