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Librarians Learn About Federal Library Resources

March 13, 1998

t.gif (986 bytes)he Catholic University of America will offer its 24th Annual Institute on Federal Library Resources from Monday, July 20 through Friday, July 31 at the university's Life Cycle Institute on campus at 620 Michigan Ave., N.E., Washington, D.C.

This program provides hands-on opportunities for participants to examine the workings of the vast collections, cataloging and networking of the federal library programs.

Professional librarians working in federal libraries will present lectures, panel discussions and information clinics, and provide on-site tours to libraries, including the Senate Library, the Library of Congress, and the National Archives Libraries. The curriculum focuses on the major concepts, services and mechanisms that promote the use of federal information services.

The institute is open to practicing librarians, students in library science master's degree programs, and students in doctoral programs at any university.

For more information and an application call the School of Library and Information Science at 202-319-5085.


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