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The Reference Use Study Group of the University of Toledo’s William S. Carlson Library utilized a questionnaire to determine how faculty used the reference collection, as well as their reasons for using it. This questionnaire was part of a comprehensive study of local reference collection use...
Collection management grows more complicated each day. The steady growth of publications, publishers and formats coupled with a corresponding decline in budgets requires that librarians make more judicious purchasing decisions. In addition to traditional selection aids, the Web now offers...
This study examines reviewing tendencies in CHOICE, Journal of American History , and American Historical Review in the early 1990s in order to compare their strengths and weaknesses. Among the factors assessed were the number of titles reviewed by each, the degree of overlap for 1,017 different...
This article presents the process and the findings of an internship project, the goal of which was to locate religious and theological resources on the World Wide Web that would meet the scholarly needs of a theological seminary.
Provides background to the Dada movement, founded by expatriates mainly from Europe in the period from the middle to the end of World War I; and gives guidance on developing a collection of works covering Dadaism.
Based on a talk given at the ALCTS/CMDS meeting at ALA Midwinter 1998, argues that outsourcing approval plans to vendors creates a prejudice against the alternative press. Business is guided by the interests of corporate America rather than those of providing exposure to all points of view....
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