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Using the World Wide Web for Electronic Serials Collection Development
(JAI Press, 1996)
The Internet Culture: Transitions and Problems
Originally begun as a government-sponsored project for scientists. engineers, and military personnel to exchange information with great speed and efficiency, the Internet has become a virtual community. an online culture ...
Archives And Automation: Issues and Trends
This paper focuses on the archives and automation and reviews literature on various topics concerning archives and automation. Topics include: resistance to technology and the need to educate about automation the change ...
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."
Missing Links: A Survey of Library Systems Department Web Pages
Ironically, many library systems departments, even those of major research libraries, have no Web presence at all, or their pages are “hidden” beneath layers of links. Yet a well-designed systems department Web page can ...
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 ...
A Guide to Psychology Resources on Electronic Networks
(Haworth Press [New York], 1995)
Although many libraries are aware of electronic computer networks like the Internet and Bitnet, few realize the wealth of resources available in the field of psychology. Among the resources to be found are discussions of ...