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Graphic Novels in Libraries: One Library's Soultion to the Cataloging Problem
(Texas Library Association, 2008-03)
Recent Theoretical Approaches in Classification and Indexing
(Ergon, Würzburg, ALLEMAGNE, 1994)
This article is a selective review of recent studies in classification and indexing theory. A number of important problems are discussed, including subjectivity versus objectivity, theories of indexing, the theoretical ...
Elements of the Bibliographic Record Used by Reference Staff Members at Three ARL Academic Libraries
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 1991-01)
This study determined the extent to which elements of a bibliographic record were consulted by reference staff members of three ARL libraries. It answered the following research questions: (1) For what purposes do reference ...
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 ...
Mainstreaming Electronic Journals Through Improved Indexing: Prospects for the Social Sciences
(Elsevier Science, 1999)
One of the most interesting developments in serial publishing in recent years is the explosive growth of electronic journals. The proliferation of titles, particularly in the sciences, has been so rapid that entirely new ...
Streaming Audio Grant to the Helen Jones Foundation
The goal of this project is to increase access to and preserve the audio recording collection at the Texas Tech University Library through the use of streaming technology. The audio CDs will be converted into files that ...
To Stream the Impossible Stream
The Texas Tech University Library’s sound recording collection consists of more than 4,000 compact discs that feature art music, jazz, and folk music from around the world. The collection sees substantial use from students ...