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THE INFORMED LIBRARIAN ONLINE
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The April 2008 issue of The Informed Librarian Online is now up at our web site.
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This month's highlights:
* Guest Forum - Our guest columnist is Ken Kozlowski. Ken shares his experiences in moving his library from print to web, and describes the issues involved in deciding to switch. These are choices all of us have wrestled with in maintaining and updating our library collections.
Coming next month: Paula Seeger is our special guest! She shares her thoughts on "The Digital Divide Inside the Library: Investing in Minimum Technology Competencies for Library Staff".
* Featured Book -
Dougherty, Richard M. Streamlining Library Services: What We Do, How Much Time It Takes, What It Costs, and How We Can Do It Better. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2006. 256pp.
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Premium Members have access to 11 full-text restricted articles this month.
This month there are two articles from each of the following: Elsevier (ScienceDirect), Emerald, Taylor & Francis, IOS Press, and Sage Publications.
* Featured Articles -
Article Repositories and Journal Subscription - Future Scenarios
Blogging: Self Presentation and Privacy
First-Level LIS Education and Training: A Comparison Between South Africa and Canada
Flexible Work Practices and the LIS Sector: Balancing the Needs of Work and Life?
Information Literacy Strategy Development in Higher Education: An Exploratory Study
Instant Messaging on Campus: Use and Integration in University Students' Everyday Communication
The Library is Dead, Long Live the Library! The Practice of Academic Librarianship and the Digital Revolution
Pay-Per-View Article Access: A Viable Replacement for Subscriptions?
Personality Traits of Individuals in Different Specialties of Librarianship
Professionalizing Knowledge Sharing and CommunicationsChanging Roles for a Changing Profession
Towards an Understanding of Information Literacy in Context: Implications for Research
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