Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. R v Burrell Murder of Kerry Whelan. Azaria Chamberlain Chamberlain v R — baby killed by dingo. Separate different tags with a comma.
|Published (Last):||24 October 2010|
|PDF File Size:||4.28 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||10.16 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The annual Library Friends event will be held Oct. We will be using the opportunity to discuss the needs of the Library and we would once again like to invite Library units to highlight their work for donors to see.
As many of you recall from the last two years, the Library Friends who attended the event were struck by the breadth and depth of our holdings as well as the knowledge and passion of our librarians. For that reason, we are limiting the number of exhibits this year and are asking units interested in participating to submit a proposal briefly explaining their exhibit.
And, to allay any concerns, our goal will be to spread these opportunities among as many units as possible. Additionally, whether your unit has an exhibit or not, all unit heads are invited to attend to mingle with the Library Friends and talk about the Library.
If you are interested in providing an exhibit, please drop me an email describing what you are thinking about and how it connects to one of the following areas.
Fred Hoxie. It will again be held in the Main Library, either in or , depending on where the projects in those rooms stand. The event will begin at pm, with remarks beginning at between pm and pm. We will conclude at approximately pm. If anyone has special needs for their exhibit, please let us know. Finally, thank you all for your past, and I hope future, involvement in this event. As has been the case in recent years, we swept all of the dribs and drabs and used the accumulated resources to address several needs that I believe made good use of the money that was left over.
As is typical for this time of the year, I am sending out the following information in an attempt to ensure that everyone is in the loop on how we spent that remaining funding — dollars which we are not permitted to carry over. Many thanks to all of you for doing your best to spend out the resources that we have been allocated and kudos to everyone in Acquisitions, the Business Office, and the offices of the Big Ten Academic Alliance BTAA that had a hand in making our close run smoothly.
As for the residual funding left over after we cleaned up all of the late invoices, etc…, it was used in the following way this year: The BTAA Cooperative Buying Pool Funding for FY17 — As in past years, this pays off our FY18 commitment to the BTAA, meaning that we can use these resources with some more thought and deliberation.
In this coming year, the resources left locally in this budget will be used to support digitization activities through the Internet Archive, specifically those items that are rejected by our renewed effort to digitize content through Google. Alexander St. This purchase extends coverage to Internet Archive Scanning — There was a minor overage on IA scanning for the Google waterfall that was covered with end of year funding.
In conclusion, I wanted to loop everyone in on where things stood with respect to our FY17 close. As always, please let me know if you have any questions. Maybe you have a proposal idea, or would like a mentor to help you through the proposal process.
Or, perhaps you would be willing to serve as a mentor. In addition, if you have any questions or concerns, connect with Kathie Veach.
An opportunity for advice on connecting with faculty, scoping the orientation session, or any aspect on teaching, assessing student learning, etc. In addition, you may find the first several independent reports as well as responses from several of the vendors.
Find Legal Answers
LIAC CRIME LIBRARY PDF
Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC)
Library wins Justice Award