Review: An Update
By Terry Webb, Library Administration
I mentioned in the all-staff strategic planning meetings
last week, the Program Review Team has submitted a draft
of its Program Review of the Library. Because it’s
a draft, we will have an opportunity to respond to the report,
correct inaccuracies, and make clarifications where needed.
Soon you will be able to read and comment on the entire
draft. In the meantime, I think it fitting for everyone
to see the Team’s commendations of the Library. If
you notice any inaccuracies, etc., please let me know.see
Past, Present & Future: Black Roots for
By Carol Gebel, Exhibit Committee Chair
collages by Mark Fox Morgan on the walls of the library’s
third floor must include some of the largest works of art
that have been shown in any recent library exhibit. Mark
tells me that his work has taken a new path into pressed
sculpture. We may see some examples in the future. His current
exhibit is scheduled for removal on January 28 (weather
permitting). We hope you have had a chance to view Mark’s
and Upcoming University Library Exhibits
1st floor standing case: Martin Luther King, Jr. : His Youth
1st floor table case: MLK, Jr., for Kids
3rd floor wall:
COLLAGES BY MARK FOX MORGAN
1st floor standing case: African American Genealogy (Black
Carol Gebel at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Assistant Editor: Laura Archbold
to Floor is a monthly publication
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fosters communications and promotes a community
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submission for the next Floor to Floor January 19,
2005, released January 20, 2004.
Leaders Sought – Sign Up!
From January 31 through February 11 the Library
will be offering guided tours for all students,
faculty, and staff members interesting in finding
out about our services and how to get around the
building. This is a wonderful opportunity to interact
with students and help them identify key service
points and facts about the CSUS Library. The tour
schedule can be found at library.csus.edu/
content2.asp?pageID=201. You can sign up to
give tours by contacting TJ Gorton, email@example.com
or 278-5822, or Reza Peigahi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collectives travels to SJSU
If you were unable to catch the second redaction
of Creative Collectives at the C. N. Gorman Museum
at UC Davis...here's another chance. Creative Collectives,
last summer’s CSUS library exhibit, has moved
again, morphed and changed names to “Creative
Collectives: Live on the Wall”. It is now
showing at the San Jose Public/San Jose State University
Martin Luther King, Jr. Library. There will be a
reception on Saturday, March 19 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Check out the website.
Mary Hicks, who works as a pool librarian in Reference
three Sunday afternoons a month, has been appointed
the Religion and Spirituality Interest Area Consultant
for the Association for Psychological Type (APT).
APT is the professional association for users of
the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and other psychological
type instruments. Mary's duties will include answering
questions about type and spirituality, planning
a one-day symposium for next summer's conference
in Portland, Oregon, and writing several articles
for the Bulletin of Psychological Type.