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      1. New Technologies in Libraries - Citations week 4
      Subject: New Technologies in Libraries - Citations week 4
      Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 19:38:10 +0100
      From: "Erik Arfeuille" <erik.arfeuille@...>
      To: "DIGLIB" <diglib@...>

      Application of New Technologies in Libraries - Citations week 4
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      URL's of the cited journals:
      College & Research Libraries: http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crljournal/collegeresearch.htm
      College & Research Libraries News: http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/collegeresearch.htm
      Documentaliste: http://www.adbs.fr/site/publications/documentaliste/index.php
      Information Outlook: http://www.sla.org/content/Shop/Information/index.cfm
      The Journal of Academic Librarianship (31(2005)5: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jacalib
      Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lcats
      The Acquisitions Librarian: via: http://www.haworthpressinc.com
      The Journal of Academic Librarianship (31(2005)6: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jacalib
      The Reference Librarian: via: http://www.haworthpressinc.com

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      The Fully Electronic Academic Library(r) / Norman D. Stevens.
      //In: College & Research Libraries. - ISSN 0010-0870. - 67(2006)1; p. 5-14.

      Database Coverage for Research in Management Information Systems / Karen Chapman, Paul Brothers.
      //In: College & Research Libraries. - ISSN 0010-0870. - 67(2006)1; p. 50-62.

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      Civic engagement: available resources / Polly D. Boruff-Jones.
      //In: College & Research Libraries News. - ISSN 0099-0086. - 67(2006)1; p. 23-26.
      [Column: internet resources]

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      Managing and disseminating electronic theses: policy decisions for scientific stakes / Diane Le Hénaff-Stitelet, Catherine Thiolon.
      //In: Documentaliste. - ISSN 0012-4508. - 42(2005)4/5; p. 272-282.
      [Article in French]

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      Using Wikis to Support Online Collaboration in Libraries / Darlene Fichter.
      //In: Information Outlook. - ISSN 1091-0808. - 10(2006)1; p. 30-31.

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      Construction of a Digital Video Library: A Socio-Technical Pilot Study on College Students' Attitudes / Hsin-Liang Chen, Gilok Choi.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)5; p. 469-476.

      Management of RFID in Libraries / Karen Coyle.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)5; p. 486-489.
      [Column: Managing Technology]

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      Developing recommendations for consortial cataloging of electronic resources: Lessons learned / Chaw Chiat Naun, Susan M. Braxton.
      //In: Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Resources. - ISSN 1464-9055. - 29(2005)3; p. 307-325.

      Implementing electronic theses at the University of Glasgow: Cultural challenges / Morag Greig.
      //In: Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Resources. - ISSN 1464-9055. - 29(2005)3; p. 326-335.

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      Volume (2006) no. 35/36 of 'The Acquisitions Librarian' is a theme issue, entitled: "Integrating Print and Digital Resources in Library Collections", with among others the following articles:

      ISSUES AND OPINIONS

      Signing Away Our Freedom: The Implications of Electronic Resource Licences / David Ball.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 7-20.

      Integration in Academic Reference Departments: From Print to Digital Resources / Bethany R. Levrault.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 21-36.

      RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS

      Debunking the Computer Science Digital Library: Lessons Learned in Collection Development at Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology / James Andrew Buczynski.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 37-53.

      What Do Libraries Really Do with Electronic Resources? The Practice in 2003 / Jay Shorten.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 55-73.

      The Changing Format of Reference Collections: Are Research Libraries Favoring Electronic Access Over Print? / Sarah Robbins, Cheryl McCain, Laurie Srivener.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 75-95.

      Revolution or Revelation? Acquisitions for the Digital Library / Kathleen Morris, Betsy Larson.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 97-105.

      The Decline of Print: Ten Years of Print Serial Use in a Small Academic Medical Library / Karen Thompson Rosati.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 107-117.

      HISTORIES AND PROJECTS

      The Integrated Library System: From Innovation to Relegation to Innovation Again / Tracy Primich, Caroline Richardson.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 119-133.

      Shifting Priorities: Print and Electronic Serials at the University of Montana / Michelle S. Millet, Susan Mueller.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 135-147.

      21st Century Shell Game: Cutting Serials in the Electronic Age / Richard P. Jasper.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 161-166.

      Integrating Resources in the Education Library: Trends, Issues, and Reality / Justina O. Osa.
      //In: The Acquisitions Librarian. - ISSN 0896-3576. - (2006)35/36; p. 181-194.

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      Education for Digitization: How Do We Prepare? / Claudia A. Perry.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)6; p. 523-532.

      Using a Decision Grid Process to Build Consensus in Electronic Resources Cancellation Decisions / Gerri Foudy, Alesia McManus.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)6; p. 533-538.

      Faculty Views of Open Web Resource Use by College Students / Nicholas G. Tomaiuolo.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)6; p. 559-566.

      Dual-Screen Monitors: A Qualitative Analysis of Their Use in an Academic Library / Susan E. Russelln Katherine Wong.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)6; p. 575-577.

      The Missing Link: Context Loss in Online Databases / Jia Mi, Frederick Nesta.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)6; p. 578-585.

      E-journals from China: Technical and Collection Issues / Yurong Y. Atwill.
      //In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship. - ISSN 0099-1333. - 31(2005)6; p. 598-604.
      [Column: International Perspectives]

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      Volume (2005) no. 91/92 of 'The Reference Librarian' is a theme issue, entitled: "The Reference Collection: From the Shelf to the Web", with the following articles:

      Getting It Right: The Evolution of Reference Collections / Margaret Landesman.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 5-22.

      Out of the Stack and into the Net: International Perspectives on Academic Reference Resources / Gaynor Austen, Carolyn Young.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 23-38.

      Electronic vs. Print Reference Sources in Public Library Collections / Jeanne Holba Puacz.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 39-51.

      Digital versus Print: The Current State of Reference Affairs in School Libraries / D. Jackson Maxwell.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 53-68.

      Reference Publishing in the Age of Also / John M. Morse.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 69-81.

      From the Womb to the Web: Library Assignments and the New Generation / Necia Parker-Gibson.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 83-102.

      Cyberplagiarism and the Library: Issues and Solutions / Jennifer R. Sharkey, F. Bartow Culp.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 103-116.

      Structures and Choices for Ready Reference Web Sites / Steven W. Sowards.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 117-138.

      Federated Search Tools: The Next Step in the Quest for One-Stop-Shopping / Stephen C. Boss, Michael L. Nelson.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 139-160.

      Internet Reference Sources in the Humanities / Dennis Dillon.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 161-174.

      Science Reference on the Internet / Lori Bronars.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 175-196.

      Medical Reference Sources on the Internet: An Evolving Information Forum and Marketplace / Gary A. McMillan.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 197-209.

      Web-Based Reference Resources for the Social Sciences / Brian Quinn.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 211-234.

      Briefcases and Databases: Web-Based Reference Sources for Business Librarians and Their Client Communities / Gail M. Golderman, Bruce Connolly.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 235-261.

      Internet Reference Sources in Education / Linda C. Weber.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 263-277.

      100 Best Free Reference Web Sites: A Selected List / Lori Morse.
      //In: The Reference Librarian. - ISSN 0276-3877. - (2005)91/92; p. 279-295.

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