Document Type

Journal/Newsletter

Publication Date

Fall 2007

Table of Contents

Issue Number 23: Hallowe’en Issue: Autumn 2007

AUTUMN: A SEASON OF CHANGE-Interim Vice Provost John Elsweiler reports on old and new projects

IN THE SPIRIT OF HISTORY: THE CAZIER ENDOWMENT-former USU President provides funds for books on history

FIVE YEAR PLAN PROVIDES FOR ELECTRONIC RESOURCES-Kim Winger describes science professors’ involvement

INSTRUCTION PROGRAM: A RECORD BREAKING YEAR-Wendy Holliday discusses the critical role this program plays

RELIGIOUS STUDIES: LIBRARY COLLECTIONS GROW WITH Program -Off to an impressive start according to Steven Harris

2007 CLASS GIFT BENEFITS LIBRARY-Kim Winger reports on new study room dedication

THAT OLD BLACK(WELL) MAGIC … AND OTHER METHODS IN CONJURING A LIBRARY COLLECTION-By Steven Harris

THE LATINO VOICES PROJECT THRIVES WITH CRITICAL FUNDING SUPPORT-Randy Williams describes support for program

IT’S OFFICIAL: USU STUDENTS LOVE THEIR LIBRARY-Erin Dini-Davis and Pamela Martin report on LibQUAL.

ARRINGTON LECTURER BERT WILSON CHALLENGES COMMON FOLKLORE MISCONCEPTION-by Kim Winger.

SAVE THE DATE: ROY WEBB “I HAD ARRIVED AT PERFECTION: THE LOST CANYONS OF THE GREEN RIVER” 15 November.