The proliferation of scientific literature, with its consequent problems for science libraries, was the subject of the lecture given by l\lrs. Dorothy M. Crosland on April 21, 1961. Mrs. Crosland, drawing upon her experience as Director of Libraries at the Georgia Institute of Technology, described "The Growing Giant: The Science-Technology Library."
The fourteenth lecture was presented on May 7, 1962, by Dr. Ralph E. Ellsworth, Director of Libraries, University of Colorado. Dr. Ellsworth's theme is well expressed in his title, "The University Library in Violent Transition."
On March 26, 1963, Dr. William S. Dix, Librarian of Princeton University, lectured on "The International Role of the University Library." Dr. Dix discussed the acquisition of materials from foreign countries and the contributions of American librarianship to the advancement of education in other parts of the world.
"University of Tennessee Library Lectures, 1961-1963 (no. 13-15)" (1963). University of Tennessee Library Lecture Series.