It may take some time getting used to the new version of the SUL News bulletin, but for those of us who can boast having seen many iterations of the staff news bulletin, this isn't the first time the bulletin has changed names or venues.
SULAIR News, SUL/AIR News, and SUL News Notes were all predecessors of our latest SUL News page. Keeping all those titles straight is half the fun. If you’d like to see the various aliases of the libraries’ staff newsletter, and how the newsletter itself has progressed over the past two decades (plus), check out some of the back issues; you’re sure to find some “titles to make you smile”!
Reminder: You will still be able to access and perform search queries on the old SULAIR News site as well as have access to the back-issues link (also located on this site) to view the various editions/aliases of the staff news bulletin.
Editor, SULAIR News
Effective today, October 31, 2012, SULAIR News is officially retired!
This SULAIR News site at http://lib.stanford.edu/sulairnews will still be available for archival purposes. You will still be able to access and perform search queries on the SULAIR News site as well as have access to the back-issues link (also located on this site) to view the various editions/aliases of this staff bulletin; however, please do not use this site to submit articles.
About a month ago the processing team in Special Collections came to the end of our time on the NHPRC STOP AIDS Project processing grant. This post discusses how we processed the born-digital files we imaged from floppy disks, CDs, and zip disks.
SUL has no new positions this week:
For a complete description of open positions within SUL, go to the Stanford Jobs page, select University Libraries from the Job Search/Location: list, and then click on the Search button.
Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections and University Archives is excited to announce the completion of the processing of the STOP AIDS Project records.
This effort was made possible by a detailed processing grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC). The records consist of over 370 linear feet of textual, audiovisual and photographic material and 5,925 megabytes of born-digital files documenting the organizational history and activities of this San Francisco-based HIV prevention non-profit. For more information on the materials now available for research, please see this post on the Special Collections and University Archives Blog.
SUP Partners with OUP to Make Scholarly Monograph Content Available via OUP's "University Press Scholarship On-Line" Platform
Stanford University Press is pleased to announce it will partner with Oxford University Press (OUP) to launch Stanford Scholarship Online on OUP’s University Press Scholarship Online (UPSO) platform to take advantage of a fully enabled XML environment with cutting-edge search and discovery functionality*.
The United Nations established October 24 as the annual day to celebrate the creation of the UN Charter. It was created by General Assembly Resolution, A/RES/168 (II) on 31 October 1947. http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=A/RES/168%20(II)
Who: SUL and Coordinate Library Staff
When: Thursday, November 1, 2012, 2:30 - 4 PM
Where: Green Library, IC Classroom
Whether you knew it or not, something big and brand new has come to the library catalog: Resource Description & Access, a.k.a. RDA. This new standard for information organization (a.k.a. cataloging) is the replacement for the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules that libraries all over the country, and in many other parts of the world, have been using ever since 1967. (For you younger colleagues, that was before both the Internet and microwave popcorn! As you might imagine, a few things in the library world have changed since then.)
A recent article published on the Esri website speaks of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) support team within the Earth Sciences Library & Map Collections (Branner), and how the use of GIS has progressively grown and expanded over the years, specifically here at Stanford.
SUL has the following new position this week: