News from the National Library Service
Institute on Federal Library Resources to be Held in Washington
The 23rd annual Institute on Federal Library Resources, sponsored by the School of Library and Information Science of Catholic University of America, will be held in Washington, D.C., July 21-Aug. 1.
Frank Kurt Cylke, the academic director, announced that the carefully planned curriculum will: identify the role of the federal libraries, information centers and data banks in the federal library community; discuss the implication of the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science's posture as related to federal libraries; identify resources, publications and specialized services provided by federal libraries; identify resources available through major government clearinghouses, such as National Technical Information Service (NTIS) and the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC); compare the in-operation or the in-process development of the major federal library and information services; identify and articulate the functions performed by the Federal Library and Information Center Committee.
Participants will be addressed by 29 directors of federal information programs and several membership association representatives.
Information regarding the Institute may be obtained by contacting the School of Library and Information Science, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC 20064; telephone (202) 319-5085.