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From Local Catalog to World Wide Web: Google Scholar, Open WorldCat and the OCLC eSerial Holdings Pilot
Google Scholar, Open WorldCat and the OCLC eSerial Holdings Pilot Project have moved the availability of library-subscribed electronic resources from local catalogs, electronic journal lists, and link resolvers to the World ...
Conducting Archival Research Online with the NWDA
A presentation on using the Northwest Digital Archives to locate collections of primary sources relating to Native Americans.
Saying "yes" to your Career
(Chandos Publishing, 2009)
Database manager's report
User Perceptions and Virtual Reference Services
As academic librarians embrace the Internet as an appropriate medium for information exchange, communication, and instruction, college and university students are also becoming more familiar and comfortable with emerging ...
The 2007 STS Continuing Education Survey: Continuing Education Needs of Science/Technology Librarians
(Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 2009)
This article discusses the background and results of the 2007 biennial survey of the continuing education interests of science and technology librarians conducted by the Science and Technology Section (STS) of the Association ...
Streaming audio with synchronized transcripts utilizing SMIL.
The purpose of this paper is to describe developmental work with SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) to synchronize transcript captions with streaming audio. Design/methodology/approach: This paper provides ...
Digitizing special collections using the CONTENTdm software suite
The Washington State University Libraries offer an array of online image collections to searchers via the Internet. This article describes the CONTENTdm software suite, a tool that has been used by the Libraries since 2000 ...
Print versus electronic journal use in three sci/tech disciplines: the cultural shift in process
This study examines journal use in three scientific disciplines. A previous study found that print use increased after electronic access was added. This paper uses the same methods to determine if the increase in the use ...
When is online not enough? A comparison of the print and online versions of 14 veterinary journal from 13 different vendors/publishers
(Veterinary Science Library, Szent Istvan University, Budapest, Hungary (with the support of the Ministry of Education), 2003-08)
As more and more journals are made available in online format, the question arises "When is online enough?" During these times of stagnant journal budgets, rising inflation, and a growing preference of library users for ...