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Information Access Illiterate
(Haworth Press, 2000)
Traditionally, librarians preserved and protected written records for the politically elite and wealthy classes. The Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians built up great libraries many of which were destroyed throughout history. ...
Book Review; Beyond and Before: The Formative Years of Yes
(Taylor and Francis, 2008-02)
Forget what you think you know. Rediscover the Library.
The University Libraries at Texas Tech initiated a coordinated marketing effort to showcase resources and services. Focusing each week during the campaign on a specific entity, the campaign combines print and electronic ...
Enhanced luminescence from AlxGa._xN/AlyGa ._yN quantum wells grown by gas source molecular beam epitaxy with ammonia
We report the structural and optical properties of AlxGaJ.xN/AlyGal_yN quantum wells (QWs) structures grown by gas source molecular beam epitaxy with ammonia on sapphire (0001) substrates. QWs structures consist of five ...
BookReview: Ana Pauker; The Rise and Fall of a Jewish Communist
(MIT Press, 2002-09)
Reviews several books on cold war. 'US Foreign Policy in World History,' by David Ryan; 'Henry L. Stimson: The First Wise Man,' by David F. Schmitz; 'Cold War Civil Rights: Race and the Image of American Democracy,' by ...
The importance of understanding the shape of diverse ethnic female consumers for developing jeans sizing systems
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007)
This study has been conducted to investigate the fit issues related to the current apparel pants and jeans sizing system for diverse consumers, identifying body shape differences among ethnic groups. A total of 1335 women ...
Large, But Adaptable? A Successful Population Policy and Its Long Term Effects
A restrictive population policy led to almost doubling the number of newborns from one year to another in Romania in the 1960s. Twenty years later, this large generation (of women) enters a marriage market with few eligible ...
Cognitive and Affective Processes in Collection Development
(American Library Association, 2007-01)
The selection process in collection management has been characterized as based primarily on logical, rational thinking processes. Psychologists, however, have discovered that judgment and decision making are not exclusively ...
Web-Based Reference Resources for the Social Sciences
(Haworth Press, 2005)
With the growth of the World Wide Web has come a proliferation of online reference sources. Some of these are electronic versions of already existing paper sources, while others have no paper counterpart. Many of the best ...