Reference Update Series
Date & Time
Thursday, May 03, 2001
10 AM-3 PM
Mentor Public Library
8215 Mentor Avenue, Mentor OH
$25 CAMLS Members
$30 Affiliate libraries
$75 Non-members

Fee includes lunch and materials

Deadline: Thursday, April 26, 2001
Limit: 40
How much is this worth? Iím going to Cancun, do I need a passport? I need to rewire my 1986 Honda Civic, can you help? If you are sometimes challenged by questions in the 620s or just want to keep current with the best sources in collectibles and travel, the third annual CAMLS Reference Update Series can serve your needs. The series was developed to showcase collections, librarians, and libraries within the CAMLS region. This year our subject experts will offer their expertise in the area of Collectibles, Travel, and Repair Manuals. The best print sources will be reviewed and the best web resources will be demonstrated.

The featured special collection will be The Tolerance Resource Center of the Clara Fritzsche Library of Notre Dame College. The Center is designed to provide students, faculty, scholars, and members of the greater community with the opportunity to understand and appreciate issues of diversity. A large portion of the collection contains materials and research related to the Holocaust by Margaret Kocevar, former faculty member and founder of the Center.

Join your colleagues for a day of networking and new information.

Intended Audience
Public service reference staff from academic, public, school, and special libraries
Benefit to Participants
  • Experience the talent and expertise of member librarians
  • Refresh and update your information quotient in specific subject disciplines
  • Network with your reference peers
Course Content
  • Reference Update Sessions/Special Collection:
    • Collectibles
    • Travel
    • Nonfiction 620ís with a focus on automotive repair manuals
    • The Tolerance Resource Center/Notre Dame College
Cheryl Kuonen, Mentor Public Library
Kip Currier, Sandusky Public Library
Curtis Bower, Akron-Summit County Public Library
Joyce McKnight, Akron-Summit County Public Library
Karen Zoller, Clara Fritzsche Library, Notre Dame College