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Publicizing events, collections, acquisitions and services at UMaine's library 
-- Wed., July 9, 2002 --



Distributed by the Fogler Library, The University of Maine, Orono, Maine. Please send comments or requests for more information on news items to Gretchen Gfeller 207-581-1696 gretchen.gfeller@umit.maine.edu or Frank Wihbey, 207-581-1681 frankw@umit.maine.edu. Newsletters are also posted and archived at www.library.umaine.edu/librarynews. If you would prefer not to receive future issues of this news service by e-mail, please send a message to: library.news@library.umaine.edu.



SUMMARY
1. New Collection
A. Audio Book Collection
2. New Acquisition
A. Boundary Data Files, Eastern Canadian Provinces
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1. NEW COLLECTION

A. Audio Book Collection
Fogler Library has begun an audio book collection. The collection includes
both fiction and nonfiction and is housed in the Media Resource Center on
the second floor of the Library. The books are cataloged in URSUS and the
Center also maintains a list of the titles owned. These books circulate for
three weeks and are checked out from the Center. The format varies by
title, some are audiocassette and some are compact disk.

2. NEW ACQUISITION

A. Boundary Data files, Eastern Canadian Provinces
Fogler Library has acquired spatial data files, on a CD-ROM in the ArcInfo
format (.e00) for New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Québec which delineate the
official boundaries used for the 1996 Canadian census. Provincial, county
and municipal boundaries are included. The data also contains a layer
showing some rivers, lakes and estuaries. The record in the URSUS online
catalog can be found by doing a title search for: Digital boundary and
digital cartographic files : Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec. For
further information contact Frank Wihbey 581-1681 or e-mail
frankw@umit.maine.edu .


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