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ihrarian finish CCLI volume
Some students thought of the library as
a refuge or a place to visit with friends, but
the library was far more. Special collec-
tions, exhibits and personal work with
students kept the librarians busy.
One of the most important projects the
librarians were involved in was compiling
the third volume of the Christian College
Librarians Index LCCLIJ, which indexes
books and periodicals from Christian
Marsha Harper, co-editor of the CCLI,
said the librarians completed the volume
for the Christian College Librarians Con-
ference that took place during ACU's Na-
tional Christian Education Conference in
The index listed articles from 22
periodicals plus numerous books. Five
ACU Lectureship books were listed in the
index and the library staff planned to con-
tinue to include all Lectureship books in
The librarians were in their seventh year
of indexing for the CCLI, but only two
three-year volumes had been published.
information was compiled by ACU
librarians and also by librarians from other
Christian schools, including Oklahoma
Christian College, Harding University and
Pepperdine. The data was compiled in the
Harper said they hoped to acquire a
separate computer and printer to be used
exclusively by the library for the index.
The special exhibits displayed monthly
were another important aspect of the
library, Harper said.
The exhibits included a display of
NASA materials on Saturng a special ex-
hibit on "The Gold of El Dorado," ir
cluding displays and programs featurin
slides and filmsg a small Christmas displaj
an exhibit of origami by Simon Chow,
black history exhibit, a special Lectureshi
exhibit on the history of missions worl
wood carvings by R.L. Robertsg and
special exhibit on "The Making of
Book," including programs and exhibits.
Harper said decisions on which exhibit
will be shown are based on availability c
the exhibit, cost to rent the exhibit and stt
dent interest in the exhibit.
The best source for exhibits was th
Texas Humanities Resource Cente'
located at the University of Texas at Ai
lington, Harper said.
However, "The Making of a Book" en
hibit was rented from the Institute of Tex
an Cultures in San Antonio.