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3.  Past presidents I have known. 
PMCID: PMC198949  PMID: 1104007
7.  President's page. 
PMCID: PMC198921  PMID: 1097005
8.  Mayo Clinic Library education programs. 
The health-related sciences programs of Mayo Foundation, including those related to librarianship, are conducted in an internationally known center for medical education, clinical practice, and medical research. Students have access to all the educational resources of Mayo Clinic. Appointees to the programs enjoy the benefits of more than half a century of experience in medical education that includes the training of residents, research fellows, interns, and medical students. The health-related sciences programs, like the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine and the Mayo Medical School, are part of the Division of Education of the Mayo Foundation, a nonprofit charitable corporation responsible for the support and conduct of education and research as an integral part of medical and health care.
PMCID: PMC198919  PMID: 1148445
13.  Mildred E. Blake, 1898-1975. 
PMCID: PMC198964  PMID: 1104008
16.  Letter: NLM catalog cards. 
PMCID: PMC198954  PMID: 1191832
18.  Medical school libraries in the United States and Canada built between 1961 and 1971. 
Twenty-four medical school libraries in the United States and Canada built between 1961 and 1971 were surveyed by means of questionnaires and visits. Results indicated that half of these libraries will have reached maximum functional capacity approximately six years after they moved into their new quarters. Space for technical processing is generally much less than required. Special features and examples of effective planning are described, and problems in arrangement, traffic patterns for people and materials, and the lack of logical expansion space are discussed. Comparisons are made with a similar survey of twenty medical school libraries made in 1961.
PMCID: PMC198944  PMID: 1191825
25.  Training and supervision of library shelvers. 
This paper describes a program prepared at the University of Southern California Norris Medical Library, which utilizes audiovisual methods for shelver training and detailed work assignment sheets in conjunction with shelver supervision. The slide/script training series serves both as a time-saving device for the shelver supervisor and as an effective and interesting instructional device. The work assignment sheets, with the aid of a shelving calculation chart, enable the supervisor to give realistic assignments without having to give instructions orally.
PMCID: PMC198917  PMID: 50107

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