Volume 10. Issue 4
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION STATISTICS
Library staff provide library instruction
sessions to groups that range from orientations for campus newcomers to
in-depth training on information resources that relate to a specific class.
The 1999 statistical summaries report 228 sessions reaching 3,257 people
in the Spring Term, 103 sessions reaching 2,145 people during Summer A
and B, and 435 sessions reaching 8,059 people Fall Term, for a 1999 total
of 766 sessions reaching 13,461 people. This is equivalent to the
contact hours of more than fifteen (15) 3-credit courses!
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR LIBRARY WEB
Faculty Focus Group on Library Web pages
March 28, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Rolfs Hall, Room 115
If you are a faculty member who has used the
Libraries' website http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/
at least once, we would like to hear from you. We are gathering usability
feedback from all groups on campus to make the website as easy to use as
possible. Please plan to attend and tell us what you like and don't
like about the library web pages. The Smathers Libraries Web Design
and Policy group will incorporate the results in our redesign of the site.
If you have questions or comments, please feel free to email Jana Ronan
or send them to Ms. Ronan at PO Box 117001.
NAME THAT SYSTEM
IS MARCH 24.
Submit the winning name for the State University
System (SUS) of Florida Libraries system, and a new laptop computer will
be yours! The SUS is looking for a name that is uniquely Florida: a name
for the wealth of information resources that this system conveniently brings
to the desktops of students, faculty and staff of UF and the other nine
state universities. To submit a name click on "What's New" on the UF Libraries
Contact Carol Turner at email@example.com
for more information.
For a printed copy of this publication
Assistant Director for Public