New York Times Newspaper Available

The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) now provides full-text coverage of The New York Times newspaper, covering January 1995 to the present. Articles between 1980 through 1994 are indexed in TEL. To access the newspaper:

•Go to http://find.galegroup.com/menu/commonmenu.do?userGroupName=tel_a_utl
•Click ‘InfoTrac OneFile’.
•Click Publication Search (located in the light-blue horizontal bar).
•Type “New York Times”.
•You will then get results for all titles that include “New York Times”.
•Click the New York Times (newspaper).

You will then see all of the issues available. The list is updated daily, so you can often get the previous day’s edition.

TEL has also added multimedia content to its offerings. To access this feature:

•Go to http://find.galegroup.com/itx/dispBasicSearch.do?prodId=ITOF&userGroupName=tel_p_tnla
•Perform a basic search.
•From the results page click on the tab above the results that reads “Multimedia”.

Finally, listen to a number of audio files of news reports relating to that subject.

UT Libraries Featured in American Libraries

The UT Libraries is featured prominently in the February 2007 issue of American Libraries, the premier publication about libraries in the United States, published by the American Library Association. The article, “Each One, Teach One: Staff Exchanges in Historically Black Schools,” explores a professional exchange program between Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and the Association of Southern Research Libraries (ASERL). The program was funded by a $20,000 grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation.

UT Libraries was one of five libraries chosen by ASERL to participate in the exchange program. UT was chosen due to its expertise in digital libraries, collection management and institutional repositories.

UT librarians Barbara Dewey, dean of libraries; Jill Keally, interim associate dean; and Linda Phillips, head of collection development and management, are interviewed in the article. Evelyn Council, associate director for collection development at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina, discusses her experiences at UT as part of the exchange.

[The online version of the article is available only through Academic Search Premier. You will need to enter your NetID and password to access the article.]

Library Workshops & Studio Courses: Feb. 19 -28

Evaluating Information
Mon. Feb. 19th, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm 127 Hodges Library

Finding Information about Immigration and Immigration Services
Wed, Feb. 21st, 10:10 am – 11:05 am 127 Hodges Library

Studio Short Courses – 251 Hodges Library

iLife – Introduction to Digital Video: iMovie
Sun, Feb. 25th, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Editing Digital Video: iMovie
Sun, Feb. 25th, 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm

iLife – Advanced Editing: iMovie
Sun, Feb. 25th, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

iLife – Scoring Your Movie: GarageBand
Sun, Feb. 25th, 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

iLife – DVD Authoring: iDVD
Sun, Feb. 25th, 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm

iLife – Web Authoring: iWeb
Sun, Feb. 25th, 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Beyond GarageBand: Introduction to Pro Tools
Tues, Feb. 27th, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Beyond iMovie: Introduction to Final Cut Pro
Wed, Feb. 28th, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

For more information or to register for a workshop or course go to http://www.lib.utk.edu/instruction/workshop/

Film Movement Film Series presents Familia

Film Movement Film Series will present Familia Tuesday, February 20th at 7:30 p.m. in the Lindsay Young Auditorium of Hodges Library. This showing is free and open to the public.

Michele, a divorced aerobics instructor with a gambling addiction, loses her job and seeks refuge with a childhood friend, Janine, who lives in a seemingly comfortable middle-class suburban neighborhood. Michele’s rebellious teenage daughter, Marguerite, and Janine’s shy and reserved daughter, Gabrielle, become friends, leading to unforeseen tensions that force both generations to reassess their values. Familia explores the question of how value systems are passed on from mother to daughter and asks: Is it possible to avoid passing on to our children those traits that we despise in our parents?

The Film Movement Series is just one of the many ways the UT Libraries is broadening its film collection and developing programming centered on the expanding medium of film. Although a few of the films are American-made, most hail from Europe, Australia, Africa, South America and Canada. Most have received accolades akin to Academy Awards in their home countries.

The UT Libraries and the UT Cinema Studies program worked with Film Movement to bring these first-run films to the library at the same time they are released in theaters.

15th Annual Love Your Libraries 5k Run and Fun Walk February 24

Registration begins at 7:30 at Circle Park Drive

The Graduate Student Senate shows its love for the UT Libraries by sponsoring the 15th annual Love Your Libraries 5K Run and Fun Walk on Saturday, February 24. On-site registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the race begins at 8:30 a.m.

Proceeds from the race are used to purchase library materials crucial to graduate-level study and research. UT Athletics has already shown its support for the libraries by helping to sponsor the race and pledging $5,000.

UT alumna Cindy Wyrick helped organize the first race in 1992 and is thrilled to see the fun run celebrate its 15th anniversary.

“Fifteen years ago, when the GSS (then Graduate Student Association) started the fun run, we were looking for a project to undertake that would benefit the entire campus,” Wyrick said. “A fun run to benefit the UT Libraries was an easy choice because no other entity on campus provides as much support and assistance to all of the University’s students as the libraries.”

“It is very rewarding to see the GSS continue to make this fundraising effort on behalf of the UT Libraries more successful each year,” Wyrick continued.

The race begins and ends at Circle Park Drive and takes runners through the heart of the UT campus. Click here for a .pdf map of the race route.

Registration costs $12 before February 14 and $15 on race day. Click here to download the 2007 entry form.

Race shirts are guaranteed to all pre-registered runners. Shirts will be given out on a first-come, first served basis on race day.

The awards ceremony immediately follows the race. Awards are given to the top three male and female overall runners, 1st Masters (40+) and 1st Grandmasters (50+). Awards must be picked up on race day morning–they will not be mailed.

For more information, please contact Graduate Student Senate Vice President Amy Colvin at gss2@utk.edu or call 974-2377.

Upcoming Recitals

February 16-22, 2007

Organ Recital
Friday, Feb. 16 at 8:00 pm
David Higgs, guest organist from Rochester, NY In conjunction with the American Guild of Organists National Conference.
James R. Cox Auditorium.

Ensemble Concert
Saturday, Feb. 17 at 8:00 pm
UT Orchestra Concert featuring the Saint-Saens “Organ” Symphony with William Snyder, guest organist; In conjunction with the American Guild of Organists National Conference.
James R. Cox Auditorium.

Senior Recital
Sunday, Feb. 18 at 1:00 pm
Daniel Kimbro, bass;
Music Hall.

Faculty Recital
Sunday, Feb. 18 at 3:00 pm
Miroslav Hristov, violin; David Northington, piano;
Music Hall.

Junior Recital
Monday, Feb. 19 at 6:00 pm
Jessica Tucker, voice;
Performance Hall I (Room 32), Alumni Memorial Building.

Senior Recital
Monday, Feb. 19 at 8:00 pm
Nate Malone, trumpet;
Music Hall.

Ensemble Concert
Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 8:00 pm
Choral Arts Concert;
James R. Cox Auditorium.

Ensemble Concert
Thursday, Feb. 22 at 8:00 pm
All Band Concert;
James R. Cox Auditorium.

Contact the School of Music at 865-974-3241 for more information.

Music @ The Library

When: Tuesday, February 20, 2007, 7 – 8pm

Where: Lawson McGhee Library

Contact: 215-8729

About:
Whether she’s singing standards, a ditty from Schoolhouse Rock, or a vocal arrangment of a Chick Corea classic, Laura Davis brings beauty, warmth and intelligence to the music. When she teams up with virtuoso guitarist, Harold Nagy, the effect is electric.

Join us for a rare concert by these two extremely talented musicians on the mezzanine of Lawson McGhee Library.

http://knoxrooms.sirsi.net/rooms/html/KCPL/calendar.html?…8762

UT Libraries Celebrates Black History Month

Join the UT Libraries in celebrating Black History Month 2007. In honor of this month, the libraries’ diversity committee is sponsoring a film series. Showings will be held on February 13, 19 and 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Hodges Library.

Tuesday, February 13, Hodges Library 251

  • 11-11:12 a.m. Martin Luther King: I Have a Dream
  • 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Legacy of a Dream
  • 12:05-1:25 p.m. Martin Luther King: The Legacy
  • 1:30-2 p.m. Martin Luther King: I Have a Dream (repeat)
  • Monday, February 19, Hodges Library 212

  • 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. selections from A History of Black Achievement in America
  • Tuesday, February 27, Hodges Library 252

  • 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives
  • Biology Nights @ the Library: The Most Dangerous Woman in America Feb 26

    Film showing, The Most Dangerous Woman in the America
    February 26
    Lindsay Young Auditorium, Hodges Library
    6:00 PM
    Run Time: 1 hour

    “Woman Cook a Walking Typhoid Fever Factory,” said the headline in a New York City newspaper in 1907. The woman was Mary Mallon, an Irish immigrant who as “Typhoid Mary” would become a notorious symbol of a public health menace. Mary Mallon’s ordeal took place at a time when the new science of bacteriology was shaping public health policies in America for the first time, and her case continues to hold lessons amid today’s heightened concerns about communicable diseases. -PBS website