|NAME:||Robert M. Hayes|
|ADDRESS:||Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, UCLA, 2320 Moore Hall, 405 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024|
|WORKED AT:||Magnavox; UCLA; Becker and Hayes|
Hayes taught mathematics and information science at UCLA. He worked at: Dean of the Library and Information Science Graduate School at UCLA 1975-?. He worked with Becker on Library/USA - an exhibit at the World's Fair in 1964 to introduce online retrieval to the general public (Bellardo & Bourne). For both the Seattle and New York World's Fairs--see Becker's activities.
According to Farkas-Conn, Hayes had a "lifetime influence on the field." He was an expert on systems. He co-author with Joseph Becker Information Storage and Retrieval, the most comprehensive text in the field at that time (1962). He was a consultant on library and information systems.
|AWARDS:||1971 Best Information Science Book(ASIS)|
|OFFICES:||ADI/ASIS Pres. 1962-63 and 1967-68; ALA/ISAD Pres. 1968-1970; AAAS: Vice-Pres. 1969-70 and Secretary/Treasurer (Chapter Level) 1970-71|
|INCLUDES:||His personal/professional papers are still in his possession. Planning to deposit them at UCLA Special Collection Division. Archival records of his work as Dean of UCLA are already in the Archives there.|
|SOURCE:||Phone conversation with Robert Hayes, 9/95.|