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Check-Out Procedures for References One person should be delegated the authority for control   and   maintenance   of   directives   and publications.  That  person  should  set  up  a  check-out system  for  maintenance  control  of  all  reference materials at all times. Another   method   of   control   is   to   assign maintenance of specific publications and directives to the personnel who use them routinely.   These people then make changes to the publications and directives, keep  them  current,  and  properly  store  them.   If  this method  is  used,  the  personnel  responsible  for maintaining  the  publications  should  maintain  the master  list. Department  of  the  Navy  Directives Issuance  System,  SECNAVINST  5215.1,  contains guidelines  for  maintaining  an  effective  directive system. Q6.   The  ESO’s  Command  Professional  Library should contain what materials? Q7.   When  an  ESO  fails  to  maintain  proper  control over official publications and directives, in what kind of condition will they become? Q8.   What is considered a good system of control for the  ESO  and  authorized  personnel  to  locate publications when needed? Q9.   What   instruction   contains   guidelines   for maintaining an effective directive system? LIBRARY MULTIMEDIA RESOURCE CENTER Learning  Objectives:  Describe  the  purpose  of  the LMRC and list some of the services provided. The  Library  Multimedia  Resource  Center (LMRC)  is  a  platform  for  delivering  training  and educational  programs  to  shipboard  personnel. Established,  funded,  and  administered  by  the  Navy General    Library    Program    (NGLP),    these computer-based centers provide a variety of resources for  the  personal  growth,  professional  development, educational   support,   skill   development,   and recreational enjoyment of fleet Sailors. LMRCs  are  Morale,  Welfare  and  Recreation (MWR) components that help personnel achieve their maximum  personal  and  professional  potential.   The variety,  size,  and  content  of  LMRC  collections  and services  vary  among  ships.     Normally,  resources include  commercial  and  Navy  produced  CD-ROM products, software, audio and video products, and print material  to  include  books  and  periodicals.  LMRCs provide Sailors with “one-stop shopping” for materials and services which achieve the following:    Support professional development,    Provide personal advancement materials,    Encourage and support educational opportunities and lifelong learning experiences,    Improve job skills and readiness, and    Promote  the  productive  use  and  enjoyment  of leisure time. Aboard  larger  ships,  the  LMRC  is  located  in  the ship’s library and is managed by the library officer.  On smaller commands, they may be located in the training rooms,  central  office  complex,  or  available  lounge areas and are managed by an assigned LMRC officer. Administration   of   the   center   should   include coordination with the engineer officer, ESO, training officer, and ADP personnel. Basic LMRC equipment includes state-of-the-art multimedia   computers,   Windows   NT   servers, CD-ROM  towers,  laser  and  color  printers,  scanners, TV/VCRs, camcorders, audio cassette player/recorders, compact disc players, and projectors. Initially  provided  by  NGLP,  equipment  becomes ship’s property and is maintained by the ship.  Regular upgrade  of  equipment  and  resources  are  planned  by NGLP,  but  the  ship’s  operating  target  (OPTAR)  and MWR can be used to augment. Anyone  desiring  to  set  up  an  LMRC  can  get detailed  information  by  writing  to  the  following address: Commanding Officer Naval   Education   and   Training   Professional Development and Technology Center (NETPDTC) N73 6490 Saufley Field Road Pensacola, FL  32509-5239 Q10.   The library multimedia resource center (LMRC) is  established,  funded,  and  administered  by whom? Q11.   Aboard larger ships, the LMRC is located where and managed by whom? 1-5

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