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Using the World Wide Web for Electronic Serials Collection Development
(JAI Press, 1996)
Privacy and Librarians: An Overview
(Texas Library Association, 1997-03)
Book Review of "All of this Music Belongs to the Nation: The WPA's Federal Music Project and American Society"
(Blackwell Publishing, 1999-03)
Book Review of "The Grateful Dead"
(Blackwell Publishing, 1997-06)
The article reviews the book "The Grateful Dead."
Adapting Service Quality Concepts to Academic Libraries
(Elsevier Science, 1997-09)
Some of the limitations and possibilities of the service quality model for academic libraries are discussed. The model was originally developed in a commercial environment and may require some adaptation to the noncommercial ...
Beyond Efficacy: The Exemplar Librarian as a New Approach to Reference Evaluation
Offers a new approach to evaluating reference librarians, as well as a new standard of evaluation based on a study of exemplary reference librarians that was conducted via electronic networks. Characteristics of exemplary ...
Understanding the Differences Between Committees and Teams
(Chicago, III, 1995-03)
There are basic differences between the team approach and the committee approach. Participation on committees was a means of giving employees a voice and bringing people together to share ideas on a particular project or ...
History: Teaching and Methods
This paper describes a review of recent literature about teaching history to address what history is (or purports to be), why educators should teach history, and what new technology methods are now being used. Methods ...
A Multimodal Approach to Enhancing Memory in Reference Service
(American Library Association, 1999)
The rapid proliferation of both electronic and paper reference sources in a variety of formats has made the role of memory in reference work more critical than ever. While librarians might be tempted to utilize traditional ...
Use Studies and OPACs
(Haworth Press, 1991)
This article discusses the major catalog use studies that have been conducted in the United States and Great Britain. The potential to influence the construction of new online public access catalogs is emphasized. The ...