ELECTRONIC SOURCES OF INFORMATION: A BIBLIOGRAPHY

©Marian Dworaczek


This bibliography includes only titles indexed in the Subject Index to Literature on Electronic Sources of Information

INTRODUCTION  [How to use the Subject Index and the Bibliography; including Sample search]



Created:  December 1997   Last revised:  March  31,  2006   Links verified: May 5, 2006

[Abbas]  Abbas, June.  “Creating Metadata for Children’s Resources: Issues, Research, and Current Developments.”  Library Trends 54, 2 (Fall 2005): 303-317.

[Abbate]  Abbate, Janet.  Inventing the Internet.  Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1999.  viii, 264 pp. ISBN 0-262-01172-7.
       Reviewed by Chery Knott Malone in  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 8 (June 2000): 787-788.

[Abels]  Abels, Eileen G.  "The E-mail Reference Interview." RQ 35, 3 (Spring 1996): 345-358.

[Abney]  Abney, Paul C. and Cleborne D. Maddus.  “Counseling and Technology: Some Thoughts About the Controversy.”  Journal of Technology in Human Services 22, 3 (2004): 1-24.

[Abrams]  Abrams, Stephen L.  “Establishing a Global Digital Format Registry.”  Library Trends 54, 1 (Summer 2005): 125-143.

[ACRL Law…]  ACRL Law and Political Science Section, Library Instruction Committee.  “Internet Resources for the 1996 Election.” College & Research Libraries News 57, 8 (September 1996): 481-486.

[Adalian]  Adalian, Paul T., Jr., Irene M. Hoffman, Ilene F. Rockman and Judy Swanson.  "The Student-Centered Electronic Teaching Library: A New Model for Learning."  Reference Services Review 25, 3/4 (Fall/Winter 1997): 11-22.

[Adam]  Adam, Anthony J.  "Internet Resources for Film and Television." College & Research Libraries News 56, 6 (June 1995): 397-400.

[Adams (a)] Adams, Gary and W.A. Woods.   Integrating Heterogenous Search Engines: Position Paper for the W3C Distributed Indexing/Searching Workshop.   E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Adams@Sun.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Adams (b)]  Adams, Judith A. and Sharon C. Bonk.  "Electronic Information Technologies and Resources: Use by University Faculty and Faculty Preferences for Related Library Services."  College & Research Libraries 56, 2 (March 1995): 119-131.

[Adams (c)]  Adams, Samantha and Marc Berg.  “The Nature of the Net: Constructing Reliability of Health Information on the Web.” Information Technology & People 17, 2 (2004): 150-170.

[Adler]  Adler, Sharon C.  "The "ABCs" of DSSS." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 7 (July 1997): 597-602.

[Adonis]  "ADONIS Electronic Journal Delivery System Starts in 1991." Information Media and Technology 23, 2 (1990): 52-54.

[Ajiferuke]  Ajiferuke, Isola and Dietmar Wolfram.  “Informetric Modelling of Internet Search and Browsing Characters.”  The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28, 1 (March 2004): 1-16.

[Albitz]  Albitz, Rebecca.  "Theatre and Performance Studies." College & Resarch Libraries News 58, 8 (September 1997): 555-556, 570.

[Albright]  Albright, Linda P.  "Electronic Resources Collection Development Policy Statement: A Workshop." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 270-271.

[Albright (b)]  Albright, Michael J.  "Internet Resources: Distance Education, Media Centers, and the Internet." MC Journal: The Journal of Academic Media Librarianship 4, 1 (Summer 1996): 106-115.  E-text, 5 pp. URL: <http://wings.buffalo.edu/edu/publications/mcjrnl/v4n1/intern5.html>. [Link inactive Sept. 22, 1998] [Alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://wings.buffalo.edu/publications/mcjrnl/v4n1/intern5.html>].

[Aldrich]  Aldrich, Duncan.  "Partners on the Net: FDLP Partnering to Coordinate Remote Access to Internet-Based Government Information." Government Information Quarterly 15, 1 (1998): 27-38.

[Alexander]  Alexander, Adrian W. and Julie S. Alexander.  "Intellectual Property Rights and the 'Sacred Engine': Scholarly Publishing in the Electronic Age."  In Advances in Library Resource Sharing, vol. 1, pp. 176-192.  Edited by Jennifer Cargill and Diane J. Graves.  Westport, CT: Meckler, 1990.

[Alkhoven]  Alkhoven, Patricia.  “Is It Real or Is It Virtual? Digital Facsimile Maps and Atlases in the Netherlands: Part One.” Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 1, 2 (2005): 85-96.

[Alldredge (a)]  Alldredge, Noreen and Thomas G. Kirk.  "Network Navigating and Navigators."  College & Research Libraries News 53, 6 (June 1992): 399-400.

[Alldredge (b)]  Alldredge, Noreen and Thomas G. Kirk.  "Transformational Potential of Networked Information." College & Research Libraries News 54, 1 (January 1993): 18.

[Allen (a)]  Allen, Jeff and Patrik Fäältströöm. The Case for SOIF-2.   E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Allen@Bunyip.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Allen (b)]  Allen, Nancy.  "Sources of Information on the New Media: A Bibliographic Essay."  In Crossroads: Proceedings of the First National Conference of the Library and Information Technology Association, September 17-21, 1993, Baltimore, Maryland, pp. 203-211.  Edited by Michael Gorman.  Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1984.  [Library and Information Technology Series, No. 1].  ix, 261 pp.  ISBN 0-8389-3307-6.  ISSN 0734-7900.

[Allen (c)]  Allen, Eileen E.  “Searching, Naturally.” Internet Reference Services Quarterly 3, 2 (1998): 75-81.

[Allen (d)]  Allen, Frank R.  “Materials Budgets in the Electronic Age: A Survey of Academic Libraries.”  College & Research Libraries 57, 2 (March 1996): 133-143.

[Allen (e)]  Allen, Margaret (Peg) Suzanne Matthew and Mary Jo Boland.  “Working with Immigrant and Refugee Populations: Issues and Hmong Case Study.”  Library Trends 53, 2 (Fall 2004): 301-328.

[Allen (f)]  Allen, Robert B. and Yejun Wu.  “Metrics for the Scope of a Collection.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 56, 12 (October 2005): 1243-1249.

[Allison]  Allison, Rinda Y. and Scott F. Uhler.  "Libraries and the Internet, Part I: Some Constitutional Background." Illinois Libraries 79, 4 (Fall 1997): 159-160.

[Almasy]  Almasy. Edward.  “Tools for Creating Your Own Resources Portal: CWIS and the Scout Portal Toolkits.”  Library Trends 53, 4 (Spring 2005): 620-636.

[Alrashid]  Alrashid, Tareq M., James A. Barker, Brian S. Christian, Steven C. Cox, Michael W. Rabne, Elizabeth A. Slotta and Luella R. Upthegrove.  "Safeguarding Copyrighted Contents: Digital Libraries and Intellectual Property Management: CWRU's Rights Management System."  D-Lib Magazine (April 1998).  E-text, 10 pp. URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april98/04barker.html> (Retrieved August 14, 1998).

[Alsmeyer]  Alsmeyer, David and Dave Smith.  "Building Digital Library at BT Labs."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 381-385.

[Alton-Scheidl]  Alton-Scheidl, Roland.  "Redesigning the Concept of Bulleting Board Systems: Towards the Needs of an Emerging Mass Media." The Arachnet Electronic Journal on Virtual Culture 1, 4 (June 30, 1993). E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://ncsulib2.lib.ncsu.edu/stacks/e/ejvc/aejvc-v1n04-alton-scheidl-redesigning.txt> (Retrieved August 18, 1998). [URL inactive, January 15, 2000] [Alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://www.monash.edu.au/journals/ejvc/scheidl.v1n4>] [Alternative URL inactive, January 31, 2005].

[Amani]  Amani, Harriet.  "Low Income Women & The Internet: What Chance Do They Have to Be Wired?" Women'space 3, 1 (Summer 1997): 4-5.

[-]  Amato, Sara.  "Internet Reviews."  College & Research Libraries News 55, 9 (October 1994): 599-600. [Selected submissions listed separately].

[American Library Association]  American Library Association.  "Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights." Microcomputers for Information Management Global Internetworking for Libraries 13, 1 (1996): 77-80.

[Amiran (a)]  Amiran, Eyal.  "The Rhetoric of Serials at the Present Time." The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 209-221.
         Published also as: Amiran, Eyal.  "The Rhetoric of Serials at the Present Time." In Serials to the Tenth Power: Tradition, Technology and
        Transformation, pp. 209-221.  Edited by Mary Ann Sheble and Beth Holley.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996. 408 pp. ISBN
        1-56024-840-8. 408 pp. ISBN 1-56024-840-8.

[Amiran (b)]  Amiran, Eyal and John Unsworth.  "Postmodern Culture: Publishing in the Electronic Medium."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, 1 (1991): 55-62.
        Published also as: Amiran, Eyal and John Unsworth.  "Postmodern Culture: Publishing in the Electronic Medium." The Public-Access
        Computer Systems Review 2, 1 (1991).   E-text. 6 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v2/n1/amiran.2n1> (Retrieved December 23, 1996).

[Amiran (c)]  Amiran, Eyal, Elaine Orr and John Unsworth.  "Refereed Electronic Journals and the Future of Scholarly Publishing."  In Advances in Library Automation and Networking, pp. 25-53, vol. 4.  Edited by Joe A. Hewitt.  Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1991.

[AmRhein]  AmRhein, Richard.  "Internet Resources for Music." College & Research Libraries News 56, 11 (December 1995): 760-763.

[-]  AmRhein, Richard, ed.  Continuity & Transformation: The Promise of Confluence: Proceedings of the Seventh National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 29-April 1, 1995. Chicago: Associaion of College and Research Libraries, 1995.  ISBN 0-8389-7786-3.   xiv, 479 pp. [Selected papers are listed separately]

[Anderson (a)]  Anderson, Greg.  "Virtual Qualities for Electronic Publishing."  In The Virtual Library : Visions and Realities, pp. 87-109.  Edited by Laverna M. Saunders.  Westport : Meckler, 1993.

[Anderson (b)]  Anderson, Jan.  "Beyond Journals: There's Going to Be a Better Way." The Serials Librarian 19, 3/4 (1991): 163-167.
        Published also as: Anderson, Jan.  "Beyond Journals: There's Going to Be a Better Way." In The Future of Serials: Proceedings of the
        North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 5th Annual Conference, June 2-5, 1990, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, pp.
        163-167.  Edited by Patricia Ohl Rice and Jane A. Robillard.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1991. ISBN 1-56024-081-4.

[Anderson (c)]  Anderson, Steve.  "Copyright and Digital Reproduction in Cyberspace."  Information Outlook 1, 6 (June 1997): 14.

[Anderson (d)]  Anderson, Bill.  "CONSER on the Internet: Facilitating Access to Serials Information."  The Serials Librarian 32, 1/2 (1997): 77-94.
        Published also as: Anderson, Bill.  "CONSER on the Internet: Facilitating Access to Serials Information."  In Serials Cataloging at the
        Turn of the Century, pp. 77-94.  Edited by Jeanne M.K. Boydston, James W. Williams and Jim Cole. New York: The Haworth Press, 1997.

[Anderson (e)]  Anderson, Bill and Les Hawkins.  "Development of CONSER Cataloging Policies for Remote Access Computer File Serials." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 7, 1 (1996).  E-text, 11 pp.  URL <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v7/n1/ande7n1.html> (Retrieved May 16, 1996).

[Anderson (f)]  Anderson, Kent.  "A Journal Publishing Hybrid: Creating Electronic Pages for Pediatrics." Journal of Scholarly Publishing 29 (October 1997): 21-35.

[Anderson (g)]  Anderson, Gregory L.  "Cyberplagiarism: A Look at the Web Term Paper Sites."  College & Research Libraries News 60, 5 (May 1999): 371-373, 394.

[Anderson (h)] Anderson, Greg, Rebecca Lasher and Vicky Reich.  "The Computer Science Technical Report (CS-TR) Project: A Pioneering Digital Library Project Viewed from a Library Perspective."  The Public-Access Computer System Review 7, 2 (1996).  E-text, 12 pp.  URL: <http://info. lib.uh.edu/pr/v7/n2/ande7n2.html>. (Retrieved December 5, 1996). [URL inactive March 30, 2000]  [Alternative E-text available at URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v7/n2/ande7n2.html>].

[Anderson (i)]  Anderson, Judy and Lynne DeMont.  “Treading Carefully Through the Murky Legalities of Electronic Reserves.” Computers in Libraries 21, 6 (June 2001): 40-45.

[Anderson (j)]  Anderson, Byron.  ”Open Access Journals.” Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 22, 2 (2004): 93-99.

[Anderson (k)]  Anderson, Dennis, Hortense Howell-Barber, Jonathan Hill, Nasir Javed, James Lawler and Zheng Li.  “A Study of Web Services Projects in the Financial Services Industry.”  Information Systems Management 22, 1 (Winter 2005): 66-76.

[Andresen]  Andresen, Leif.  “Immediate Access to Danish Libraries – with Bibliotek.dk.”  The Electronic Library 20, 3 (2002): 187-194.

[Andrew]  Andrew, Paige G. and Linda R. Musser.  "Collaborative Design of World Web Pages: A Case Study." Information Technology and Libraries 16, 1 (March 1997): 34-38.

[Andrews]  Andrews, Judy.  “Government Information in an Electronic Age.”  In Choosing Futures: ACRL 1997 Conference Papers. E-text, 6 pp.   URL: <http://www.ala.org/acrl/paperhtm/a08.html> (Retrieved February 25, 2002).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004]

[Ang]  Ang, Chooi-Leng, Razman Mat Tahar and Rusdi Murat.  “An Empirical Study on Electronic Commerce Diffusion in the Malaysian Shipping Industry.”  The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 14, 1 (July 2003).  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://www.is.cityu.edu.hk/research/ejisdc/vol14/v14r1.pdf>. (Retrieved March 4, 2004).

[Angelini]  Angelini, Daria and Shawna Gibson.  “An Intruction to Politics, Research and Education in the European Union.”  Journal of Security Education 1, 2/3 (2005): 117-127.

[Angell]  Angell, David and Eli Zelkha.  "The Copyright Question." Internet World 8, 1 (January 1997): 64-66.

[Angiletta]  Angiletta, Anthony M.  "On the Relationship of Academic Program and Research Libraries at the Electronic Frontier: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Someone's Probably Blue."  In Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995, pp. 21-29.  Edited by Ahmed H. Helal and Joachim W. Weiss.  Essen: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1996.  [Publications of the Essen Library, 20].  217 pp.  ISBN 3-922602-21-5.  ISSN 0931-7503.

[Appel]  Appell, Claus-Peter.  “Does the Difference Make a Difference? Reflections on E-Learning.”  Human IT 4, 3 (2002): 83-98. E-text.  URL: <http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/4-01/cpa.pdf> (Retrieved April 1, 2004).

[Apps] Apps, Ann and Ross MacIntyre.  The SuperJournal Project: Data Handling Using SGML.  E-text, 215-224.  URL: < http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/d674fbaaa1b78335c12566ff002c502a!OpenDocument> (Retrieved April 23, 2003). [URL inactive, January 31, 2005].

[Arant ]  Arant, Wendi.  "A New Twist to the Electronic Distribution List: A Library Outreach Tool."  Internet Reference Services Quarterly 4, 2 (1999): 51-55.

[Arbeiter]  Arbeiter, Larry.  "Optical and Videodisc Technology: Videodisc Task Force Report."  In Scholarly Publishing: Managing Today and Planning for Tomorrow: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for Scholarly Publishing, May 21- 24, 1985, pp. 24-31.  Washington, DC: Society for Scholarly Publishing, 1986.  ISSN 0734-8509.

[Archer]  Archer, Michael.  “Electronic-only in the Corporate Environemnt.”  Serials 17, 1 (March 2004): 47-50.

[Ardito]  Ardito, Stephanie C.  "Electronic Copyright Under Siege." ONLINE 20, 5 (September/October 1996): 83-88.
        Reviewed in The Journal of Academic Librarianship 23, 3 (May 1997): 252.

[Arms (a)]  Arms, Caroline R.  "A New Information Infrastructure." ONLINE 14, 5 (September 1990): 15-22.

[Arms (b)]  Arms, Caroline R.  "Using the National Networks: Bitnet and the Internet." ONLINE 14, 5 (September 1990): 24-29.

[Arms (c)]  Arms, William Y.  "Key Concepts in the Architecture of the Digital Library."  D-Lib Magazine (July 1995). E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.cnri.reston.va.us/home/dlib/July95/07arms.html> (Retrieved December 5, 1996). [URL inactive, January 15, 2000] [Alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/July95/07arms.html>].

[Arms (d)]   Arms, William Y.  "Scholarly Publishing on the National Networks."  Scholarly Publishing 23 (April 1992): 158-169.

[Arms (e)]  Arms, William Y. and Lisa D. Holzhauser.  "Mercury: An Electronic Library."  OCLC Newsletter, no. 175 (September/October 1988): 15-18.

[Arms (f)]  Arms, William Yeo.  "Implementing Policies for Access Management."  D-Lib Magazine (February 1998). E-text, 17 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/february98/arms/02arms.html> (Retrieved August 14, 1998).

[Arms (g)]  Arms, William, Leslie Daigle, Ron Daniel, Dan LaLiberte, Michael Mealling, Keith Moore and Stuart Weibel.  "Uniform Resource Names: A Progress Report."  D-Lib Magazine (February 1996). E-text,  5 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/february96/02arms.html> (Retrieved December 6, 1996).

Arms (h)]  Arms, Caroline R.  "Getting the Picture: Observations from the Library of Congress on Providing Online Access to Pictorial Images." Library Trends 48, 2 (Fall 1999): 379-409.

[Arms (i)]  Arms (i), William Y. "Preservation of Scientific Serials: Three Current Examples." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 5, 2  (December 1999).  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/05-02/arms.html> (Retrieved February 23, 2000).

[Arms (j)]  Arms, William Y.   "Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) and Clifford Lynch's Five Questions on Identifiers.  ARL,  no. 194 (October 1997).  E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.arl.org/newsltr/194/arms.html>  (Retrieved August 16, 2001).

[Armstrong]  Armstrong, C. J. and R .E. Lonsdale.  "Scholarly Monographs: Why Would I Want to Publish Electronically?"  The Electronic Library 18, 1 (2000): 21-28.

[Armstrong (a)]  Armstrong, Rob.  “Railway Industry Resources on the Internet.”  Ariadne, issue 23 (March 22, 2000). E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue 23/eevl/railway.html> (Retrieved March 24, 2000).  [URL inactive, March 26, 2003] [Alternative E-textat:  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue23/eevl/railway.html>].

[Armstrong (b)]  Armstrong, Anne R., Richard McGowan and Carol C. Sherrer.  “Implementing PubMed’s LinkOut to Full-Text E-Journals: Challenges and Solutions.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 2 (2004): 39-48.

[Arnett]  Arnett, Nick.  Distributed Indexing and Searching. E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Arnett@Verity.html> (Retrieved October 10, 1997).

[Arnold]  Arnold, Judith M. and Elaine Anderson Jayne.  "Dangling by a Slender Thread: The Lessons and Implications of Teaching the World Wide Web to Freshmen."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 24, 1 (January 1998): 43-52.

[Arnold (a)]  Arnold, Kathryn.  "Acquisitions Policy in an Electronic World."  In Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995, pp. 68-77.  Edited by Ahmed H. Helal and Joachim W. Weiss.  Essen: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1996.  [Publications of the Essen Library, 20].  217 pp.  ISBN 3-922602-21-5.  ISSN 0931-7503.

[Arnzen]  Arnzen, Michael A.  "Cyber Citations." Internet World 7, 9 (September 1996): 72-74.

[Aronsson]  Aronsson, Lars.  Project Runeberg's Electronic Facsimile Editions of Nordic Literature.  E-text, 11 pp.
URL: <http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/5bcbfc9355cb4bb4c12566ff0035bc79/$FILE/74-84.pdf> (Retrieved April 11, 2003).  [URL inactive, January 31, 2005]

[Arrigona]  Arrigona, Daniel.  "Federal Business Information in Electronic Formats."  RQ 27, 3 (Spring 1988): 322-332.

[Artus]  Artus, Helmut M..  “Old WWWine in New Bottles? Developments in Electronic Information
and Communication: Structural Change & Functional Inertia.” The Grey Journal: An International Journal on Grey Literature 1, 1 (Spring 2005): 9-16.

[Arvidson]  Arvidson, Allan and Frans Lettenstrvm.  "The Kulturarw3 Project--The Swedish Royal Web Archive." The Electronic Library 16, 2 (April 1998): 105-108.
            Reviewed in The Journal of Academic Librarianship 24, 6 (November 1998): 507.

[Ashley]  Ashley, Charles.  "INTERNET Groups Allow for Productive Information Gathering."  Online Review 16, 3 (June 1992): 157- 159.

[Ashton (a)]  Ashton, Sarah and Philippa Levy.  "Network Learner Support in Higher Education: Initiatives in Professional Development and Research for a New Role."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49, 9 (July 1998): 850-853.

[-] Aslib.  The Nationwide Provision and Use of Information: ASLIB, IIS, LA Joint Conference, 15-19 September 1980, Sheffield: Proceedings. London: The Library Association, 1981.  414 pp.  ISBN 0-85365-563-4. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Assefa]  Assefa, Shimelis Getu.  “Reaching the Unreachable: The Role of HealthNet Ethiopia in Disseminating Electronic Health Information Resources.” Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 6 (August/September 2001): 19-23.

[Association of Research Libraries]  Association of Research Libraries. Definition and Purpose of a Digital Library.  E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/ifla/documents/libraries/net/arl-dlib.txt> (Retrieved September 20, 1997). [URL inactive, September 25, 2001].

[Association of Universities...]  Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.  AUCC-CARL/ABRC Task Force on Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication.  The Changing World of Scholarly Communication: Final Report of the AUCC-CARL/ABRC Task Force on Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication.  Ottawa, Ont.: Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 1996.

[Astle (a)]  Astle, Deana.  "Serials Pricing Issues: News from the Field."  The Serials Librarian 17, 3/4 (1990): 107-110.

[Astle (b)]   Astle, Deana L.  "The Scholarly Journal: Whence and Wither."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 15, 3 (July 1989): 151-156.

[Astner]  Astner, Tammy.  "So You Want to Be the Webmaster@Library.Ca?" Feliciter  44, 10 (October 1998): 34-36.

[Atkinson (a)]  Atkinson, Ross.  "The Acquisitions Librarian as Change Agent in the Transition to the Electronic Library." Library Resources & Technical Services 36, 1 (January 1992): 7-20.

[Atkinson (b)]  Atkinson, Ross.  "Networks, Hypertext, and Academic Information Services: Some Longer-Range Implications." College & Research Libraries 54, 3 (May 1993): 199-215.

[Atkinson (c)]  Atkinson, Ross.  "Managing Traditional Materials in an Online Environment: Some Definitions and Distinction for a Future Collection Management."  Library Resources & Technical Services 42, 1 (January 1998): 7-20.

[Atkinson (d)]  Atkinson, Ross.  “A Rationale fotr the Redesign of Scholarly Information Exchange.”  Library Resources & Technical Services 44, 2 (April 2000): 59-69.

[Auditore]  Auditore, John and Kristin Stoklosa.  "Health Statistics." Internet Resources 58, 9 (October 1997): 627-630, 639.

[Augustine]  Augustine, Susan and Courtney Greene.  “Discovering How Students Search a Library Web Site: A Usability Case Study.” College and Research Libraries 63, 4 (July 2002): 354-365.

[Aveney (a)]  Aveney, Brian.  "Editing an Electronic Journal."  In National Online Meeting: Proceedings, 1985, New York, April 30-May 2, 1985, Sponsored by Online Review: The International Journal of Online Information Systems, pp. 19-23.  Compiled by Martha E. Williams and Thomas H. Hogan.  Medfrod, NJ: Learned Information, 1985.  ISBN 0-938734-09-1.

[Aveney (b)]  Aveney, Brian.  "Electronic Publishing and Library Technical Services."  Library Resources & Technical Services 28, 1 (January/March 1984): 68-75.

[Awe]  Awe, Susan C.  "Small Business Resources on the World Wide Web: An Evaluative Guide."  Reference Services Review 28, 1 (2000): 95-102.

[Azagury]  Azagury, Alain, Michael E. Factor, Yoelle S. Maarek and Benny Mandler.  “A Novel Navigation Paradigm for XML Repositories.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 515-525.

[Azari]  Azari, David, Eric Horvitz, Susan Dumais and Eric Brill.  “Action, Answers, and Uncertainty: A Decision-making Perspective on Web-based Question Answering.”  Information Processing and Management 40, 5 (September 2004): 849-868.

[Bachman]  Bachman, Dan.  "Metadirectories: Keeping User Info in Sync."  Network Computing 10, 2 (January 15, 1999): 51-58, 60.

[Baer]  Baer, William.  “Federated Searching: Friend or Foe?”  C&RL News 65, 9 (October 2004): 518-519.

[Baeza-Yates]  Baeza-Yates, Ricardo and Gonzallo Navarro.  “XQL and Proximal Nodes.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 504-515.

[Bailey (a)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "The Coalition for Networked Information's Acquisition-on-Demand Model: An Exploration and Critique." Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 78-81.

[Bailey (b)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Electronic (Online) Publishing in Action: The Public-Access Computer System Review and Other Electronic Serials." ONLINE 15, 1 (January 1991): 28-35.

[Bailey (c)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Electronic Serials on BITNET." Computers in Libraries 11, 4 (April 1991): 50.

[Bailey (d)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Network-Based Electronic Serials."  Information Technology and Libraries 11, 1 (March 1992): 29-35.
            Published also as:  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.   "Network-Based Electronic Serials."  E-text, 9 pp.  URL:
            <http://info.lib.uh.edu/cwb/netbased.txt>  (Retrieved November 1, 1997).  [URL inactive, April 26, 2006].

[Bailey (e)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "The Public-Access Computer Systems Forum: A Computer Conference on BITNET."  Library Software Review 9, 2 (March-April 1990): 71-74.

[Bailey (f)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "The Public-Access Computer Systems Review: A Network-Based Electronic Journal."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 1, 1 (1990): vii-x.

[Bailey (g)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Public-Access Computer Systems: The Next Generation of Library Automation Systems." Information Technology and Libraries 8, 2 (June 1989): 178-185.

[Bailey (h)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Scholarly Electronic Publishing on the Internet, the NREN, and the NII: Charting Possible Futures.  "Serials Review 20, 3 (Fall 1994): 7-16.
        Published also as: Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Scholarly Electronic Publishing on the Internet, The NREN, and the NII: Charting Possible
        Futures." Serials Review 20, 3 (Fall 1994).  E-text, 12 pp. URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/cwb/schpub.htm>. (Retrieved December 6, 1996).  [URL inactive, April 26, 2006].

[Bailey (i)]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr. and Dana Rooks, eds.  "Symposium on the Role of Network-Based Electronic Resources in Scholarly Communication and Research."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, 2 (1991): 152-198.
        Published also as: Bailey, Charles W., Jr. and Dana Rooks, eds.  "Symposium on the Role of Network-Based Electronic Resources in
        Scholarly Communication and Research."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, 2 (1991).  E-text, 35 pp.  URL:
        <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v2/n2/bailey1.2n2> (Retrieved December 6, 1996).

[Bailey (j]  Bailey, Charles W., Jr.  "Library-Oriented Lists and Electronic Serials."  In Source Book on Digital Libraries, pp. 313-321.  Edited by Edward A. Fox.  Blacksburg, Va.: Virginia Technical Institute, 1993.  E-text. URL: <http://fox.cs.vt.edu/DLSB.html> .

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[Baker (a)]   Baker, Gayle and Flora Shrode.  "A Heuristic Approach to Selecting Delivery Mechanisms for Electronic Resources in Academic Libraries." Journal of Library Administration 26, 3/4 (1999): 153-167.
        Published also as: Baker, Gayle and Flora Shrode.  "A Heuristic Approach to Selecting Delivery Mechanisms for Electronic Resources
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[Baker (b)]  Baker, Thomas.  "German Library Networks in the Web Age."  Library Hi Tech 14, 4, issue 56 (1996): 24-28.

[Baker (c)]   Baker, Walter, Mike Marn and Craig Zawada.  “Price Smarter on the Net.”  Harvard Business Review 79, 2 (February 2001): 122-127.

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[Balas (b)]  Balas, Janet.  "Online Delivery Service." Computers in Libraries 15, 9 (October 1995): 32-34.

[Balas (c)]  Balas, Janet.  "Selecting Internet Resources for the Library."  Computers in Libraries 17, 1 (January 1997): 44-46.

[Balas (d)]  Balas, Janet L.  "Women's Information Resource & Exchange (WIRE)."  Computers in Libraries 14, 4 (April 1994): 25-26.

[Balas, (e)]  Balas, Janet.  "Online Training Resources." Computers in Libraries 18, 1 (January 1998): 36-38.

[Balas (f)]  Balas, Janet.  "Delivering Documents by Publishing on the Web."  Computers in Libraries 17, 9 (October 1997): 34-38.

[Balas (g)]  Balas, Janet.  "Virtual Support for the Virtual Librarian."  Computers in Libraries 18, 2 (February 1998): 40-42.

[Balas (h)]  Balas, Janet.  "Copyright in the Digital Era." Computers in Libraries 18, 6 (June 1998): 38-40.

[Balas (i)]  Balas, Janet L.  "Using the Web to Market the Library." Computers in Libraries 18, 8 (September 1998): 46-49.

[Balas (j)]  Balas, Janet L.  "Exploring Some New Search Tools for Librarians."  Computers in Libraries 19, 5 (May 1999): 34-37.

[Balas (k)]  Balas, Janet L.  "Make New Friends, But Keep the Old."  Computers in Libraries 19, 4 (April 1999): 38-40.

[Balas (l)]  Balas, Janet.  “Library Consortia in the Brave New Online World.”    Computers in Libraries 18, 4 (April 1998): 42-43.

[Balas (m)]  Balas, Janet.  “How Should Privacy Be Protected in the Electronic Library?”  Computers in Libraries 21, 6 (June 2001): 53-55.

[Balcytiene]  Balcytiene, Aukse.  Electronic Publications of Cultural Heritage: Global Challenges and Local Practices. E-text, pp. 156-160.  URL: < http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/d29f5d2d26d4ba16c12566ff0037820b/$FILE/156-160.pdf> (Retrieved April 11, 2003).  [URL inactive, January 31, 2005].

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        Published also as: Banach, Patricia.  "Finding the Missing Link: How Cataloging Bridges the Gap Between Libraries and the Internet."  In
        Pioneering New Serials Frontiers: From Petroglyphs to Cyberserials, pp. 245-249.  Edited by Christine Christiansen and Cecilia Leathem.
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[Banchoff]  Banchoff, Thomas F.  "Interactive Computer Graphics, Higher Dimensional Geometry and Electronic Publication: From Flatland to HyperText." The Serials Librarian 24, 3/4 (1994): 9-15.
        Published also as: Banchoff, Thomas F.  "Interactive Computer Graphics, Higher Dimensional Geometry and Electronic Publication: From
        Flatland to HyperText."  In New Scholarship: New Serials: Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 8th Annual
        Conference, June 10-13, 1993, Brown University, Providence, RI, pp. 9-15.  Edited by Gail McMillan and Marilyn L. Norstedt. New York:
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[Banwell]  Banwell, Linda,  Kathryn Ray, Graham Coulson, Christine Urquhart, Ray Lonsdale, Chris Armstrong, Rhian Thomas, Siân Spink, Alison Yeoman, Roger Fenton and Jennifer Rowley.   “The JISC User Behaviour Monitoring and Evaluation Framework.”   Journal of Documentation 60, 3 (2004):  302-320.

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[Barker (a)]  Barker, Philip.  "Living Books and Dynamic Electronic Libraries." The Electronic Library 14, 6 (December 1996): 491-502.
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[Barkley]  Barkley, Daniel C.  "Public Service Guidelines in an Electronic Environment."  Government Information Quarterly 15, 1 (1998): 73-85.

[Barlow]  Barlow, D.H.  "Electronic Delivery of Primary Documents (A Technical Proposal)."  In Electronic Document Delivery - II: Proceedings of a Workshop and Exhibition Organized by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation, Luxembourg, 18-19 December 1980, pp. 27-40.  Edited by J.R.U. Page.  Oxford: Learned Information, 1981.  214 pp.  ISBN 0-904933326.

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[Barnes]  Barnes, John H.  "One Giant Leap, One Small Step: Continuing the Migration to Electronic Journals." Library Trends 45, 3 (Winter 1997): 404-415.

[Barry]  Barry, Christine A.  "Information Skills for an Electronic World: Training Doctoral Research Students." Journal of Information Science 23, 3 (1997): 225-238.

[Barsun]  Barsun, Rita.  “Library Web Pages and Policies Toward ‘Outsiders’: Is the Information There?”  Public Services Quarterly 1, 4 (2003): 11-27.

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[Baruchson-Arbib]  Baruchson-Arbib, Shifra and Frida Shor.  “The Use of Electronic Information Sources by Israeli College Students.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28, 4 (July 2002): 255-257.

[Basham]  Basham, Matthew J. and Angel L. Rosado.  “A Qualitative Analysis of Computer Security Education and Training in the United States: An Implementation Plan for St. Petersburg College.”  Journal of Security Education 1, 2/3 (2005): 81-116.

[Bass]  Bass, Sarah Bauerle.  “How Will Internet Use Affect the Patient? A Review of Computer Network and Closed Internet-based System Studies and the Implications in Understanding How the Use of the Internet Affects Patient Populations.”  Journal of Health Psychology 8, 1 (2003): 25-38.

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[Bates (b)]  Bates, Marcia J.  “World Wide Web Opportunities in Subject Cataloging and Access.”  In The Future of Cataloging: Insights from the Lubetzky Symposium, April 18, 1998, University of California, Los Angeles, pp. 143-148.  Edited by Ischera Harkness Connell and Robert L. Maxwell.  Chicago: American Library Association, 2000.

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                Published also as: Batiste, Angel D.  “Africa Business and Economic Resource Index: Selected Internet Resources.”  In Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the
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[Battenfield]  Battenfield, Robert L. and B. Kenton Temple.  "Environmental Resources on the Internet."  College & Research Libraries News 58, 3 (March 1997): 153-157.

[Battleson]  Battleson, Brenda, Austin Booth and Jane Weintrop.  “Usability Testing of an Academic Library Web Site: A Case Study.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 27, 3 (May 2001): 188-198.

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[Bauer (a)]  Bauer, Kathleen.  “Trends in Electronic Content and the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, 1999-2003.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 4 (2004): 31-43.

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                Reviewed by Michael D. Cramer in The Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 20, 4 (Winter 1996): 494-495.
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[Beagle (a)]  Beagle Donald.  “Extending the Information Commons: From Instructional Testbed to Internet2.”  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28, 5 (September 2002): 287-296.

[Beall]  Beall, Jeffrey.  "Guaranteed Hits: How to Make Your Library's Web Site Stand Out in Web Search Engines."  College & Research Libraries News 59, 3 (March 1998): 160-162.

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[Bearman (a)]  Bearman, David and Jennifer Trant.  "Museums and the Web ‘99."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 25, 5 (June/July 1999): 23-26.

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[Becker]  Becker, Shirley Ann.  “E-Government Visual Accessibility for Older Adult Users.”  Social Science Computer Review 22, 1 (Spring 2004): 11-23.

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[Bell]  Bell, Mary Margaret.  “Managing Reference E-mail in an Archival Setting.”  C&RL News 63, 2 (February 2002): 99-101.
                Published also as: Bell, Mary Margaret.  “Managing Reference E-mail in an Archival Setting.”  C&RL News 63, 2 (February 2002).  E-text.  URL: <
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                Published also as: Bellinger, Meg.  "The Transformation from Microfilm to Digital Storage and Access."  In OCLC 1967-1997: Thirty Years of Furthering Access to the World's
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[Benbow]  Benbow, S. Mary P.  "Getting Close from Far Away: Zoos on the Internet." Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 5, 3 (1995): 32-36.

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[Bennett (a)]  Bennett, Scott.  "Copyright and Innovation in Electronic Publishing: A Commentary." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 19, 2 (1993): 87-91.

[Bennett (b)]  Bennett, Scott.  "Eleventh Annual Society For Scholarly Publishing Top Management Roundtable, 12-13 November 1992." Serials Review 19, 3 (Fall 1993): 47-48.

[Bennett (c)]  Bennett, Scott.  "Re-engineering Scholarly Communication: Thoughts Addressed to Authors."  Journal of Scholarly Publishing 27 (July 1996): 185-196.

[Bennett (d)]  Bennett, Scott. "Authors' Rights." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 5, 2  (December 1999)  E-text, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/05-02/bennett.html> (Retrieved April 25, 2000).

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[Berry (b)]  Berry, Mike, Shirley Browne and Murray Browne. Towards High-Quality Searching on the Web. E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Browne@UTK.3.html> (Retrieved October 10, 1997).

[Berry (c)]  Berry, John W.  "Digital Libraries: New Initiatives with Worldwide Implications."  Collection Building 15, 4 (1996): 21-33.

[Bertot]  Bertot, John Carlo and Charles R. McClure.  "Impacts of Public Access to the Internet Through Pennsylvania Public Libraries." Information Technology and Libraries 16, 4 (December 1997): 151-164.

[Bertot (a)]  Bertot, John Carlo and Charles R. McClure.  "Federal Government Electronic Bulletin Board: An Assessment with Policy Recommendations."  In  ASIS ‘93: Integrating Technologies, Converging Professions: Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science, pp. 50-58.  Edited by Susan Bonzi.  Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1993.

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[Bierbaum]  Bierbaum, Esther Green.  "Plugged-In Jell-O™: Taught or Caught?"  The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 89-103.
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[Bishop]  Bishop, Ann P.  "This Little User Went to Market, This Little User Stayed Home: What Users, Potential Users, and Nonusers Can Tell Us."  Journal of Library Administration 26, 1/2 (1998): 213-221.
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[Bishop (a)]  Bishop, Ann Peterson.  "Scholarly Journals on the Net : A Reader's Assessment."  Library Trends 43, 4 (Spring 1995): 544-570.

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[Björneborn]  Björneborn, Lennart and Peter Ingwersen.  “Toward a Basic Framework for Webometrics.”   Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 14 (December  2004): 1216-1227.

[Black] Black, John B.  "So We Have This Great Electronic Journal, Now What? Some Observations on the Practical Aspects of the Distribution of Electronic Journals."  In Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 1-2, 1993, pp. 6.1-6.7.  Winnipeg, Man.: The University of Manitoba Libraries, 1994.  ISBN 0-919932-02-9.

[Blackman] Blackman, Josh.  "How to Use the Internet for Legal Research." Database 20, 2 (April-May 1997): 39-44.

[Blake] Blake, William, Jr.  "Legalnet: Solo Practitioners and the Utility of the Internet."  Campus-Wide Information Systems13, 3 (1996): 17-20.

[Blake (a)]  Blake, Miriam E. and Frances L. Knudson.  “Metadata and Reference Linking.”  Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 219-230.

[Blixrud]  Blixrud, Julia C.  "Electronic Journals Today: A Program Sponsored by the CAPCON Library Network and FLICC/FEDLINK." Serials Review 22, 4 (Winter 1996): 96-98.

[Blosser]  Blosser, John, Tim Hagan and Yvonne W. Zhang.  “Web Resources for Cataloging Electronic Serials and Continuing Resources: An Annotated Bibliography.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  111-126.
                Published also as:  Blosser, John, Tim Hagan and Yvonne W. Zhang.  “Web Resources for Cataloging Electronic Serials and Continuing Resources: An Annotated
                Bibliography.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 111-126.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.
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[Bodard]  Bodard, Katia.  “Free Access to Information Challenged by Filtering Techniques.”   Information & Communication Technology Law 12, 3 (October 2003): 263-279.

[Boersma]  Boersma, Peter.  “Introducing User-Centered Design to an E-Government Software Development Company.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 31, 3 (February/March 2005): 20-22.

[Boettcher]  Boettcher, Jennifer.  "The Many Faces of the Economic Bulletin Board."  Reference Services Review 24, 3 (Fall 1996): 53-60.

[Boiko]  Boiko, Bob.  “Uderstanding Content Management.” Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 28, 1 (August/September 2001): 8-13.

[Boissonnas]  Boissonnas, Christian M.  "Electronic Networks and the Acquisitions Profession."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 15, 4 (1991): 423-425.

[Boisvert]  Boisvert, Lisa.  "Web-based Learning: The Anytime Anywhere Classroom."  Information Systems Management 17, 1 (Winter 2000): 35-40.

[Bol]  Bol, Jennifer L.  "Online Journal Marketing Strategies." Learned Publishing 11, 1 (January 1998): 33-37.

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[Bonk]  Bonk, Sharon C.  "Acquisitions in the Nineties: Surviving the Fragmented Future."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 17, 2 (Summer 1993): 137-144.

[-]  Bonzi, Susan, ed.  ASIS ‘93: Integrating Technologies, Converging Professions: Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science, October 24-28, 1993, Columbus, OH.  Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1993.  [Selected chapters listed separately].

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[Borei]  Borei, Karin Begg.  "The Reward of Managing an Electronic Mailing List."  Library Trends 47, 4 (Spring 1999): 686-698.

[Borghuis]  Borghuis, Marthyn G.M.  "User Feedback from Electronic Subscriptions: The Possibilities of Logfile Analysis." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 373-380.

[Borgman]  Borgman, Christine L., Laura J. Smart, Kelli A. Millwood, Jason R. Finley, Leslie Champeny, Anne J. Gilliland and Gregory H. Leazer.  “Comparing Faculty Information Seeking in Teaching and Research: Implications for the Design of Digital Libraries.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 56, 6 (April 2005): 636-657.

[Borins]  Borins, Sandford.  "A Holistic View of Public Service Information Technology.”  Journal of E-Government 1, 2 (2004): 3-29.

[Borowske ] Borowske, Kate and Karen Campbell.  "One Thing Leads to Another: Faculty Outreach Through Internet Instruction."  Internet Reference Services Quarterly 2, 4 (1997): 201-210.

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[Bouwman]  Bouwman, Harry and John Nouwens.  "Governments as Electronic Publishers? The Dutch Case." Government Information Quarterly 16, 1 (1999): 29-45.

[Bowen]  Bowen, William G.  "JSTOR and the Economics of Scholarly Communication."  Journal of Library Administration 26, 1/2 (1998): 27-44.
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[Bowler]  Bowler, Leanne, Valerie Nesset, Andrew Large and Jamshid Behesti.  “Using the Web for Canadian History Projects: What Will Children Find?”  The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28, 3 (September 2004): 3-24.

[Bowman ]  Bowman, Lisa M.  “Filters Face Free-Speech Test.” ZDNet News (April 19, 2001).  E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.zdnet.com/filters/printerfriendly/0,6061,2709729-2,00.html> (Retrieved April 26, 2001).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

[Boxall]  Boxall, James.  “Advances and Trends in Geospatial Information Accessibility—Part I: Geolibraries.”  Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 1, 1 (2004): 7-39.

[Boydston]  Boydston, Jeanne M. K.  "Serial Sources on the Web." The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 175-181.

[Boydston (a)]  Boydston, Jeanne M.K.,  and Joan M. Leysen.  “Internet Resources Cataloging in ARL Libraries: Staffing and Access Issues.” The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  127-145.
Published also as: Boydston, Jeanne M.K.,  and Joan M. Leysen.  “Internet Resources Cataloging in ARL Libraries: Staffing and Access Issues.”   In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 127-145.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
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[-]  Boynton G.R. and Sheila D. Creth, eds.  New Technologies and New Directions: Proceedings from the Symposium on Scholarly Communication, The University of Iowa, November 14-16, 1991. Westport, Conn.: Meckler, 1991.  118 pp.  ISBN 0-88736-879-4.  [Selected papers listed separately].

[Bradley]  Bradley, Janette.  "Human-computer Interaction and the Growing Role of Social Context."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science (February/March 1998): 18-19.

[Bradley (a)]  Bradley, Phil.  "Search Engines."  Ariadne, issue 20 (June 1999).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue20/search-engines/> (Retrieved February 9, 2000).

[Bradley (b)]  Bradley, Phil.  “Ixquick, a Multi Search Engine with a Difference.”  Ariadne, issue 23 (March 22, 2000). E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue23/search-engines/>.  (Retrieved March 24, 2000).

[Bradshaw]  Bradshaw, Rebecca.  "Introducing ADAM: A Gateway to Internet Resources in Art, Design, Architecture and Media." Program: Automated Library and Information Systems 31, 3 (July 1997): 251-267.

[Braid]  Braid, Andrew.  "Standardization in Electronic Document Delivery: A Practical Example."  Interlending & Document Supply 24, 4 (1996): 12-18.

[Brailsford]  Brailsford, David F., David R. Evans and Geeti Granger.  "Electronic Publishing: Practice and Experience."  InEP90: Proceedings of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Document Manipulation & Typography, Gaithersburg, Maryland, September 1990, pp. 169-182.  Edited by R. Furuta.  New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1990.  [The Cambridge Series on Electronic Publishing, no. 4].  350 pp.  ISBN 0-521-40246-8.

[Brailsford (a)]  Brailsford, Hugo. "Parallel Publishing for Transactions." Ariadne, issue 11 (1997). E-text, 2 pp.   URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue11/ppt/>  (Retrieved April 24, 2000).

[Brandreth]  Brandreth, Michael and Clare MacKeigan.  "Electronic Document Delivery--Towards the Virtual Library."  Interlending & Document Supply 22, 1 (1994): 15-19.

[Brandt]  Brandt, D. Scott.  "Accessing Electronic Journals." Academic and Library Computing 9, 10 (November/December 1992): 17-20.

[-]  Branin, Joseph J.  Managing Change in Academic Libraries.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Branscum] Branscum, Deborah.  “The Web Targets Kids: How Companies Deceptively Collect Data.”  Family PC (October 1996): 32-35.

[Brazin]  Brazin, Lillian R.  “Sources of Information on Postgraduate Medical Training Program—2004 Update.”  Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23, 2 (Summer 2004): 1-19.

[Brenner]  Brenner, Ev.  "A ‘Push' by Any Other Name." Information Today 14, 3 (March 1997): 11.

[Brewer]  Brewer, Michael.  “Using JAKE: A Guide for the Slavic Specialist.”  Slavic & East European Information Resources 3, 4 (2002): 79-87.

[Brinberg]  Brinberg, Herbert R. "The Brave New World of Electronic Publishing." Publisher's Weekly 226, 21 (November 23, 1984): 32-35.

[Brinkley]  Brinkley, Monica and Mary Burke.  "Information Retrieval from the Internet: An Evaluation of the Tools."  Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 5, 3 (1995): 3-10.

[Briscoe]  Briscoe, Peter.  "Electronic Publishing--Its Darker Side." Technicalities 1, 8 (July 1981): 14-15.

[Britten]  Britten, William A.  "Bitnet and the Internet: Scholarly Networks for Librarians."  College & Research Libraries News 51, 1 (February 1990): 103-107.

[Brodie] Brodie, Nancy.  "Building a National Electronic Collection for Long-Term Access."  The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 113-123.

[Broering] Broering, Naomi C.  "Changing Focus: Tomorrow's Virtual Library."  The Serials Librarian 25, 3/4 (1995): 73-94. [Brooke] Brooke, F. Dixon, Jr.  "Subscription or Information Agency Services in the Electronic Era."  The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 56-65. [Brooke] Brooke, Judith M.  "Cataloging for Digital Libraries." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 59-73. [Brooks]  Brooks, Terrence A.  “Web Search: How the Web Has Changed Information Retrieval.”  Information Research 8, 3 (April 2003).  E-text, 15 pp.   URL: <http://informationr.net/ir/8-3/paper154.html>.  (Retrieved January 22, 2004).

[Brown (a)] Brown, E., R. Chang, H. Chong, J. Prager and E. So. Distributed Data-Gathering for Web Search.  E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Brown@IBM.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997). [URL inactive: September 26, 2000].  [Alternative E-text at: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Brown@IBM.html>]

[Brown (b)] Brown, Jeanne.  "Internet Resources for Architecture Studies."  College & Research Libraries News 54, 4 (April 1993): 189.

[Brown (c)] Brown, Linda A.  "Approaches to Internet-Based Collection Development: Models, Trade-offs, and Issues."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 241-243.

[Brown (d)] Brown, Malcolm B.  "What Is the TEI?" Information Technology and Libraries 13, 1 (March 1994): 8.

[Brown (e)] Brown, Malcolm B.  "What Is SGML?"  Information Technology and Libraries 13, 1 (March 1994): 10.

[Brown (f)] Brown, Cecelia M.  “The E-volution of Preprints in the Scholarly Communication of Physicists and Astronomers.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 52, 3 (February 1, 2001):187-200.

[Brown (g)] Brown, Christine D. and Steven MacCall.  “Coping with a MEDLIB-L Service Outage.”  Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89, 4 (October 2001): 379-385.  E-text.  URL: < http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/picrender.fcgi?action=stream&blobtype=pdf&artid=57967>.  (Retrieved May 29, 2004).

[Brown (h)] Brown, Patrick.  “PLoS Co-Founder Defends Free Dissemination of Peer-Reviewed Journals online.”  Nature (March 19, 2004). E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.nature.com/nature/focus/accessdebate/5.html>.  (Retrieved March 23, 2004).

[Browne (a)] Browne, Shirley, Kay Hohn and Tim Niesen.  Extensible Domain-Specific Metadata Standards. E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Browne@UTK.l.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).  [URL inactive, May 26, 1999;  alternative E-text at URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Browne@UTK.1.html>].

[Browne (b)] Browne, Shirley, Keith Moore and Jack Dongarra. Efficient and Authenticated Sharing and Indexing of Internet Resources. E-text, 1 p. URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Browne@UTK.2.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Brownrigg (a)] Brownrigg, Edwin B. and Brett Butler.  "An Electronic Library Communications Format: A Definition and Development Proposal for MARC III."  Library Hi Tech 8, 3, issue 31 (1990): 21-26.

[Brownrigg (b)] Brownrigg, Edwin B. and Clifford A. Lynch.  "Electrons, Electronic Publishing and Electronic Display."  Information Technology and Libraries 4, 3 (September 1985): 201-207.

[Brownrigg (c)] Brownrigg, Edwin, Clifford Lynch and Mary Engle.  "Technical Services in the Age of Electronic Publishing."  Library Resources & Technical Services 28, 1 (January/March 1984): 59-67.

[Brownrigg (d)] Brownrigg, Edwin B. and Clifford A. Lynch.  "Online Catalogs: Through a Glass Darkly."   Information Technology and Libraries 2, 1 (March 1983): 104-115.
 
[Bruce] Bruce, Harry.  "User Satisfaction With Information Seeking on the Internet."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49, 6 (May 1, 1998): 541-556.
[Brugger] Brugger, Judith M. "Cataloging for Digital Libraries." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 59-73.
[Brunell] Brunell, David H.  "Internetworking Services and the Electronic Library."  Journal of Library Administration 15, 3/4 (1991): 21-36.

[Brunk]  Brunk, Benjamin.  “Exoinformation & Interface Design.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 6 (August/September 2001): 11-13.

[Brunskill] Brunskill, Kate, Margaret Kinnell, Cliff McKnight and Anne Morris.  “Switching on Serials: The Electronic Serials in Public Libraries Project.”  Serials 11, 3 (November 1998): 207-213.

[Bryant] Bryant, Eric.  "The Best Magazines of 1995."  Library Journal 121, 8 (May 1, 1996): 44-45.

[Buckland] Buckland, Michael K.  "Combining Electronic Mail With Online Retrieval in a Library Context." Information Technology and Libraries 6, 4 (December 1987): 266-271.

Reviewed by Jennifer Cargill in Library Resources & Technical Services 37, 1 (January 1993): 103-105.

[Buckley] Buckley, Chris and Peter Ryall.  Position Paper: Z39.50 & Ranked SearchingE-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Buckley@Lexis-Nexis.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Buckley (a)]  Buckley, Chad, Marian Burright, Amy Prendergast, Richard Sapon-White and Anneliese Taylor.  "Electronic Publishing of Scholarly Journals: A Bibliographic Essay of Current Issues." Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (Spring 1999). E-text, 10 pp.  URL: <http://www.library.ucsb.edu/istl/99-spring/article4.html> (Retrieved April 20, 2000).

[Bulick] Bulick, Stephen.  "Future Prospects for Network-Based Multimedia Information Retrieval."  The Electronic Library 8, 2 (April 1990): 88-99.

[Bull] Bull, Suzanne.  "Training in the Electronic Environment: Designing Courses for Your Clientele." Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services 12, 4 (December 1999): 154-161.

[-]  Bullington, Jeffrey S., Beatrice L. Caraway and Beverley Geer, eds.  Head in the Clouds, Feet on the Ground: Serials Vision and Common Sense: Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group Inc., 13th Annual Conference, June 18-21, 1998, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.  Edited by.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1999.  568 pp.  ISBN 0789007681.  [Selected articles listed separately].

Published also as:  The Serials Librarian 36, 2 1/2  (1999).
Reviewed by Laura A. Sill in Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 25, 1 (Spring 2001):  119-121.
[Bunnell] Bunnell, Nicole.  "The Internet and Learning." Technical Services Quarterly 13, 3/4 (1996): 5-22.

[Burckel] Burckel, Nicholas C.  "Electronic Dissemination of Full-Text Journal Articles."  College & Research Libraries News 53, 5 (May 1992): 322-323.

[Burich]  Burich, Nancy J.  “The Changing Face of Distance Learning: Implications for Distance Learning Libraries.”  Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning 1, 1 (2004): 99-104.

[Burich (a)]  Burich, Nancy J.  and Julia Rholes.  “Developing Partnerships to Create Electronic Researves at the University of Kansas Libraries.”  Journal of Access Services 1, 4 (2003): 59-70.

[Burk] Burk, Alan.  "Metadata and the Dublin Core."  Feliciter  45, 1 (1999): 60-65.

[Burke]  Burke, Margaret.  “Deterring Plagiarism: A New Role for Librarians.”  Library Philosophy and Practice 6, 2 (Spring 2004): 1-9.  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/~mbolin/burke.pdf>.  (Retrieved March 25, 2004).

[Burnett] Burnett, Thomas C. and Linda K. TerHaar.  "‘Can I Get It or Not?' A Public Services View of Cataloging Electronic Journals." The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 177-185.

[Busch] Busch, Joseph A.  End User Searching and Filtering: Interface Design for Information Retrieval.  E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.gslis.ucla.edu/DL/busch.html>  (Retrieved March 16, 1997). [URL inactive March 30, 2000].

[Bushallow-Wilbur]  Bushallow-Wilbur, Lara Gemma DeVinney and Fritz Whitcomb.  "Electronic Mail Reference Service: A Study." RQ35, 3 (Spring 1996): 359-371.

[Bussert]   Bussert, Leslie.  “Comic Books and Graphic Novels: Digital Resources for an Evolving Form of Art and Literature.” C&RL News 66, 2 (February 2005): 103-106, 113.
Published also as:  Bussert, Leslie.  “Comic Books and Graphic Novels: Digital Resources for an Evolving Form of Art and Literature.” C&RL News 66, 2 (February 2005): 103-106, 113.  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2005/february05/comicbooks.htm> (Retrieved November 14, 2005).

[Bussmann]  Bussmann, Ingrid.  “The European Virtual Children’s Library on the Internet—A New Service to Foster Children’s Computer Literacy.” Exploit Interactive, issue 1 (April 1999).  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://www.exploit-lib.org/issue1/chilias/>. (Retrieved February 14, 2000).

[Bustos]  Bustos, Rod and Roxann Bustos.  "Internet Resources for Liberalism."  College & Research Libraries News 57, 2 (February 1996): 86-87.

[Butkovich]  Butkovich, Nancy J., Helen F. Smith and Claire E. Hoffman.  “A Comparison of Updating Frequency Between Web of Science and Current Contents Connect.”   Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 39 (Winter 2004).  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://www.istl.org/04-winter/databases.html> (Retrieved March 30, 2004).

[Butler (a)]  Butler, Brett.  "Electronic Course Reserves and Digital Libraries: Progenitor and Prognosis."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 3 (March 1996): 124-127.

[Butler (b)] Butler, Brett.  "Electronic Editions of Serials: The Virtual Library Model."  Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 102-106.

[Butler (c)] Butler, Brett.  "The Electronic Library Program: Developing Networked Electronic Library Collections." Library Hi Tech 9, 2, issue 34 (1991): 21-30.

[Butler (d)] Butler, Brett.  "Electronic Publishing Business: The Publisher's Goal."  Electronic Publishing Business 4, 5 (May 1986): 1.

[Butler (e)] Butler, Brett.  "Scholarly Journals, Electronic Publishing, and Library Networks: From 1986 to 2000."  Serials Review 12, 2/3 (Summer/Fall 1986): 47-52.

[Butler (f)] Butler, H. Julene.  "Where Does Scholarly Electronic Publishing Get You?"  Journal of Scholarly Publishing26 (July 1995): 234-246.

[Butler (g)] Butler, John T.  "A Current Awareness Service Using Microcomputer Databases and Electronic Mail." College & Research Libraries 54, 2 (March 1993): 116-123.

[Butler (i)] Butler, Julene.  "Scholarly Resources on the Internet." Campus-Wide Information Systems 12, 3 (1995): 12-14.

[Butler (j)] Butler, Declan.  “Who Will Pay for Open Access.” Nature 425 (October 9, 2003): 554-555.  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: < http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/nature/journal/v425/n6958/full/425554a_fs.html&content_filetype=pdf>.  (Retrieved March 24, 2004).

[Butler (k)]  Butler, Rebecca P.  “Copyright Law and Organizing the Internet.”  Library Trends 52, 2 (Fall 2003): 307-317.

[-] Butler, Meredith and Bruce R. Kingma.  The Economics of Information in the Networked Environment. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1996 . [Selected papers indexed separately].

[Butter] Butter, Karen, Robin Chandler and John Kunze.  "The Cigarette Papers: Issues in Publishing Materials in Multiple Formats." D-Lib Magazine(November 1996).   E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/november96/11butter.html>. [Buxton] Buxton, Andrew.  "JANET and the Librarian." The Electronic Library 6, 4 (August 1988): 250-263.

[Byrd] Byrd, Gary.  "Marketplace Challenges for Research Libraries." College & Research Libraries News 56, 10 (November 1995): 694-695.

[Byrd (a)]  Byrd Jacqueline.  “New Web Vision of International Slavic Librarians’ Directory.”  Slavic & East European Information Resources 2, 2 (2001): 33-34.

[Cady] Cady, Susan A.  "The Electronic Revolution in Libraries: Microfilm Déjà Vu?"  College & Research Libraries51, 4 (July 1990): 374-386.

[Calado]  Calado,  Pável, Altigran S. da Silva, Albero H.F. Laender, Berthier A. Ribeiro-Neto, Rodrigo C. Vieira.   "A Bayesian Network Approach to Searching Web Databases through Keywork-Based Queries.”  Information Processing and Management 40, 5 (September 2004): 773-790.

[Calanag]  Calanag, Maria Luisa, Koichi Tabata and Shigeo Sugimoto.  “Linking Preservation Metedata and Collection Management Policies.” Collection Building 23, 2 (2004): 56-63.

[Calcari] Calcari, Susan. "The Internet Scout Project."  Library Hi Tech 15, 3-4, issue 59-60 (1997): 11-18.

[Calabretta]  Calabretta, Nancy and Roberta Bronson Fitzpatrick.  “DynaMed at the Point of Care.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2, 1 (2005): 55-64.

[Callagham] Callagham, Jean.  "NASIG'S 6th Conference Explores Changes in Scholarly Publishing and Strategies for Libraries."  College & Research Libraries News 52, 9 (October 1991): 587.

[Calvert]  Calvert, Philip J.  “Scholarly Misconduct and Misinformation on the World Wide Web.”  The Electronic Library 19, 4 (2001): 232-240.

[Cameron] Cameron, Jamie.  "The Changing Scene in Journal Publishing."Publisher's Weekly 240, 22 (May 31, 1993): 23-24.

[Cameron (a)] Cameron, Robert D.  "A Universal Citation Database as a Catalyst for Reform in Scholarly Communication." First Monday2, 4 (1997). E-text, 10 pp.  URL <http://fas.sfu.ca/projects/Electroniclibrary/project/papers/citebase/citebase.html> (Retrieved November 4, 1996). [URL inactive, May 26, 1999;  alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue2_4/cameron/index.html> ; alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://elib.cs.sfu.ca/project/papers/citebase/citebase.html>].

[Cameron (b)] Cameron, Robert D.  To Link or To Copy? Four Principles for Materials Acquisition in Internet Electronic Libraries.  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://fas.sfu.ca/projects/Electroniclibrary/project/papers/e-lib-links.html> (Retrieved November 4, 1996). [URL inactive, May 26, 1999;  alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://elib.cs.sfu.ca/project/papers/e-lib-links.html>].

[Cameron (c)] Cameron, Robert D.  "Not Just E-Journals: Providing and Maintaining Access to Serials and Serial Information Through the World-Wide Web."  The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 209-222.
            Published also as:  Cameron, Robert D.  “Not Just E-Journals: Providing and Maintaining Access to Serials and  Serial Information
            Through the World-Wide Web.”    E-text, 8 pp.  URL:  <http://fas.sfu.ca/pub/cs/techreports/1996/CMPT06-01.html>  (Retrieved
            November 4, 1996).  [URL inactive March 26, 2003].

[Cameron (d)] Cameron, Lynn and Lorraine Evans.  “Go for the Gold: A Web-Based Instruction Program.”  In Choosing Futures: ACRL 1997 Conference Papers.   E-text, 5 pp.   URL: < http://www.ala.org/acrl/paperhtm/d34.html>  (Retrieved February 25, 2002).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Cameron (e)]  Cameron, Robert D.  “Bibliographic Protocol: Fine-Grained Integration of Library Services with the Web.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  201-215.

Published also as:  Cameron, Robert D.  “Bibliographic Protocol: Fine-Grained Integration of Library Services with the Web.”   In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 201-215.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Campbell (a)] Campbell, Grant D. and Joseph P. Cox.  "Cataloguing Internet Resources."  Feliciter 43, 5 (May 1997): 60-63

[Campbell (b)] Campbell, Robert.  "Will Microforms Be Overtaken? A Publisher's View."  Journal of Micrographics 12, 5 (May/June 1979): 291-292.

[Campbell (c)] Campbell, Brian.  "Universal Access, Electronic Public Space, Sustainability."  Feliciter  44, 3 (March 1998): 20-23.

[Campbell (d)]  Campbell, D. Grant and Karl V. Fast.  “Panizzi, Lubetzky, and Google: How the Modern Web Environment Is Reinventing the Theory of Cataloguing.”  The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28, 3 (September 2004):25-36.

[Campbell (e)]  Campbell, Robert.  “Libraries: Do They Have a Future in Academia—or Only a Past?”  Serials 17, 1 (March 2004): 9-14.

[Campbell (f)]  Campbell, D. Grant.  “The Metadata—Bibliographic Organization Nexus.”  In  Metadata Applications and Management, pp. 185-203.  Edited by G.E. Gorman and Daniel G. Dorner. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2004.  (International Yearbook of Library and Information Management, 2003/2004).  XXIV, 359 pp.  ISBN 0-8108-4980-1.

[Campbell (g)]  Campbell, Jerry D.  “Changing a Cultural Icon: The Academic Library as a Virtual Destination.”  EDUCAUSE 41, 1 (January/February 2006): 16-30.   E-text.  URL: <http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erm0610.pdf> (Retrieved January 24, 2006).

[Canessa]    Canessa, Enrique.  "Scientific Preprints Online: An Overview."  The Electronic Library 15, 5 (October 1997): 398-400.

[Cannon]  Cannon, Robert.  Content Restrictions for Interactive Computer Services in the Telecommunications Act of 1996.  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.cais.net/cannon/newslett.html> (Retrieved January 13, 1999). [URL inactive, September 26, 2000].

[Cantor]  Cantor, Scott.  "The ICAAP Project, Part Three: OSF Distributed Computing Environment."  Library Hi Tech 15, 1-2 (1997): 79-83.

[Caplan (a)] Caplan, Priscilla.  "Cataloging Internet Resources."The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 4, 2 (1993): 61-66. E-text, 4 pp. To retrieve this file, send the following message to <LISTSERV@UHUPVM!.UH.EDU> : <GET CAPLAN PRV4N2 F=MAIL>.

[Caplan (b)] Caplan, Priscilla.  "Controlling E-Journals: The Internet Resource Project, Cataloging Guidelines, and USMARC." The Serials Librarian 24, 3/4 (1994): 103-111.
            Published also as: Caplan, Priscilla.  "Controlling E-Journals: The Internet Resource Project, Cataloging Guidelines, and USMARC." In New Scholarship: New Serials:
            Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 8th Annual Conference, June 10-13, 1993, Brown University, Providence, RI, pp. 103-111.  Edited by Gail
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[Caplan (c)] Caplan, Priscilla and Rebecca Guenther.  "Metadata for Internal Resources: The Dublin Core Metadata Elements Set and Its Mapping to USMARC." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 43-58.
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            Electronic Resources: Selection and Bibliographic Control, pp. 43-58.  Edited by Ling-yuh W. Pattie and Bonnie Jean Cox.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996.   xi,
            252 pp.     ISBN 1-56024-847-5.

[Caplan (d)]  Caplan, Priscilla.  "To Hel(sinki) and Back for the Dublin Core." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 8, 4 (1997). E-text, 3 pp. URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v8/n4/capl8n4.html> (Retrieved August 13, 1998).

[Caplan (e)] Caplan, Priscilla.  Providing Access to Online Information Resources: A Paper for Discussion.  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/documents/libraries/cataloging/caplan2.txt> (November 18, 1996).  [URL inactive March 26, 2003].

[Caplan (f)] Caplan, Priscilla.  "Will the Real Internet Please Stand Up?"  The Public Access Computer Systems Review 8, 2 (1997). E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v8/n2/capl8n2.html> (Retrieved July 19, 1997).

[Caplan (g)] Caplan, Priscilla.  "U-R-Stars: Standards for Controlling Internet Resources."  The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 239-246.
               Published also as: Caplan, Priscilla.  "U-R-Stars: Standards for Controlling Internet Resources."  In Serials to the Tenth Power : Tradition, Technology and Transformation,
               pp. 239-246.  Edited by Mary Ann Sheble and Beth Holley.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996. 408 pp. ISBN 1-56024-840-8. 408 pp. ISBN 1-56024-840-8.

[Caplan (h)] Caplan, Priscilla.  "You Call It Corn, We Call It Syntax-Independent Metadata for Document-Like Objects." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 6, 4 (1995): 19-23.  E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/documents/libraries/cataloging/caplan3.txt> (Retrieved November 18, 1996). [URL inactive, January 15, 2000].

[Caplan (i)] Caplan, Priscilla.  "DOI or Don't We?"  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 9, 1 (1998).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v9/n1/capl9n1.html> (Retrieved February 3, 1999).

[Caplan (j)]  Caplan, Priscilla.  “International Initiatives in the Implementation of Metadata Standards.”  In  Metadata Applications and Management, pp. 303-321.  Edited by G.E. Gorman and Daniel G. Dorner. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2004.  (International Yearbook of Library and Information Management, 2003/2004).  XXIV, 359 pp.  ISBN 0-8108-4980-1.

[Caraway]  Caraway, Beatrice L.  “Notes for Remote Access Computer File Serials.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  147-168.

Published also as: Caraway, Beatrice L.  “Notes for Remote Access Computer File Serials.”    In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 147-168.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[-] Cargill, Jennifer and Diane J. Graves, eds.   Advances in Library Resource Sharing. Vol. 1. Westport, CT: Meckler, 1990. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Carlson] Carlson, Scott.  “Once-Trustworthy Newspaper Databases Have Become Unreliable and Frustrating.”   The Chronicle of Higher Education  (January 25, 2002): A29.   E-text, 5 pp.  URL: < http://chronicle.com/cgi2-bin/printable.cgi>  (Retrieved January 21, 2002).

[Carpenter] Carpenter, Beth.  "Your Attention, Please! Marketing Today's Libraries."  Computers in Libraries 18, 8 (September 1998): 62-66.

[Carter]  Carter, Christina E. and Russ Davidson.  "Human Rights on the Internet: A Select Bibliography of Web Resources." Reference Services Review 25, 1 (Spring 1997): 51-60.

[Carter (a)] Carter, Laurel A.  “Building a Better Reference Interface.”  Internet Reference Services Quarterly 3, 4 (1998): 57-85.

[Case]  Case, Donald.  "The Personal Computer: Missing Link to the Electronic Journal?" Journal of the American Society for Information Science 36, 5 (September 1985): 309-313.

[Case (a)] Case, Mary M.  "ARL Promotes Competition Through SPARC: The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition." ARL, no. 196 (February 1998): 1-5.

[Case (b)]  Case, Mary M.  "Library Associations Endorse Principles for Licensing Electronic Resources." ARL, no. 184 (October 1997): 1-3.

[Case (c)]  Case, Donald O., J. David Johnson, James E. Andrews, Suzanne L. Allard and Kimberly M. Kelly.  “From Two-Step Flow to the Internet: The Changing Array of Sources for Genetics Information Seeking.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 8 (June 2004): 660-669.

[Casey] Casey, Carol.  "Web Rings: An Alternative to Search Engines." College & Research Libraries News 59, 10 (November 1998): 761-763.

[Casserly]  Casserly, Mary F. and James E. Bird.  “Web Citation Availability: Analysis and Implications for Scholarship.” College & Research Libraries 64, 4 (July 2003): 300-317.

[Castagnoli] Castagnoli, Charisse.  "Evaluating Existing and Implied Licenses for On-Line Distribution Rights." The Acquisitions Librarian, no. 15 (1996): 111-121.

[Cathro]  Cathro, Warwick, Colin Webb and Julie Whiting. Archiving the Web: The PANDORA Archive at the National Library of Australia. E-text, 11 pp. URL: <http://www.nla.gov.au/nla/staffpaper/2001/cathro3.html> (Retrieved October 11, 2005).

[Cattey] Cattey, Bill and Greg Anderson.  "TULIP at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology."  TULIP Newsletter, no. 6 (May 1995). E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://www.elsevier.nl:80/homepage/about/resproj/newslet6.htm> (Retrieved November 21, 1996). [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

[Cavazos] Cavazos, Edward A. and Gavino Morin.  Cyberspace and the Law: Your Rights and Duties in the On-line World.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994. xiv, 215 pp. ISBN 0-262-53123-2.

[Cawkell (a)] Cawkell, A.E.  Indexing Collections of Electronic Images: A Review.  London: British Library Research & Development Department, The British Library Board, 1993. [British Library Research Review, 15]. 43 pp. ISBN 0-7123-3279-0. ISSN 0261-2178.

[Cawkell (b)] Cawkell, Tony.  "The Information Superhighway: A Review of Some Determining Factors." Journal of Information Science 23, 3 (1997): 187-208.

[Caywood] Caywood, Carolyn.  "Selection Criteria for World Wide Web Resources."  Public Libraries 35, 3 (May-June 1996): 169.

[Chan] Chan, Donna C.  "Canadian Government Information Locator Service (GILS): An Evaluation of the Presentation, Accuracy and Completeness of GILS Records."  Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 23, 4 (December 1998): 1-27.

[Chan (a)] Chan, Steven and Tim R.V. Davis.  "Partnering on Extranets for Strategic Advantage."  Information Systems Management 17, 1 (Winter 2000): 58-64.

[Chadwell] Chadwell, Faye A.  "Electronic Resources Collection Development Policy Statement Workshop: A Preconference." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 239-241.

[Chamberlain] Chamberlain, Carol E.  “The Impact of Library Automation and Electronic Publishing: Toward Distributed Acquisitions.”  In Automated Acquisitions: Issues for the Present and Future, pp. 3-16.  Edited by Amy Dykeman and Bill Katz.  New York: The Haworth Press, 1989.

Published also as:  Chamberlin, Carol E.  “The Impact of Library Automation and Electronic Publishing: Toward Distributed Acquisitions.”  The Acquisitions Librarian, no. 1 (1989): 3-16.
[Chandra]  Chandra, Ashish, Phil Rutsohn and Mary Beth Carlisle.  “Utilization of the Internetby Rural West Virginia Consumers.”  Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 8, 2 (2004):  45-59.

[Chauncey]  Chauncey, Bonnie.  “Alternative Assessment in Higher Education: Web Sites for a Learner-Centered Approach.” C&RL News 65, 10 (November 2004): 586-589, 603.

[Chandler] Chandler, Adam and Elaine L. Westbrooks.  “Distributing non-MARC Metadata: The CUGIR Metadata Sharing Project.”  Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services26, 3 (Fall 2002): 207-217.

[Channing] Channing, Rhoda K.  "PowerUp! Getting Wired at ‘Computer Camp'."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 20, 4 (September 1994): 223-224.

[Chen] Chen, Chaomei, Mary Czerwinski and Robert Macredie.  “Individual Differences in Virtual Environments—Introduction and Overview.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 6 (April 2000): 499-507.

[Chen (a)] Chen, Ching-chih.  "Global Access to Library of Congress' Digital Resources: National Digital Library and Internet Resources." Microcomputers for Information Management: Global Internetworking for Libraries 13, 1 (1996): 57-76.

[Chen (b)] Chen, Eva, Corinna Fales and Julie Thompson.  "Digitized Primary Source Documents from the Library of Congress in History and Social Studies Curriculum."  Library Trends 45, 4 (Spring 1997): 664-675.

[Chen (c)] Chen, Huijie and Heting Chu.  "Seamless Networking in China : Progress, Problems and Perspectives."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 21, 5 (June/July 1995): 14-16.

[Chen (d)] Chen, Hsinchun, Andrea L. Houston, Robin R. Sewell and Bruce R. Schatz.  "Internet Browsing and Searching: User Evaluations of Category Map and Concept Space Techniques."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49, 7 (May 15, 1998): 582-603.

[Chen (e)]  Chen, Jim and Richard D. Heath.  “Building Web Applications.”  Information Systems Management 18, 1 (Winter 2001): 68-79.

[Chen (f)] Chen, Frances L., Paul Wrynn, Frederick L. Ehrman, Judit L. Rieke and Harley E. French.  “Electronic Journal Access: How Does It Affect the Print Subscription Price?”  Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89, 4 (October 2001): 363-371.  E-text.  URL: < http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/picrender.fcgi?action=stream&blobtype=pdf&artid=57965>.  (Retrieved May 29, 2004).

[Chen (g)]  Chen, Ruey and C.C. Chen.  “Design of A Full Text Image Chinese CD-ROM Database Retrieval System in a Campus Digital Library.”  The Electronic Library 20, 6 (2002): 460-465.

[Chen (h)]  Chen, Chao-chen, Hsueh-hua Chen and Kuang-hua Chen.  “The Design of Metadata Iterchange for Chinese Information and Implementation of Metadata Information System.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 5 (June/July 2001): 21-27.

[Chen (i)]  Chen, Hui-Min and Michael D. Cooper.  “Stochastic Modeling of Usage Patterns in a Web-Based Information System.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 7 (May 2002): 536-548.

[Chen (j)]  Chen, Sherry Y., George D. Magoulas and Dionisios Dimakopoulos.  “A Flexible Interface Design for Web Directories to Accommodate Different Cognitive Styles.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 56, 1 (January 1, 2005): 70-83.

[-] Chen, Ching-chih, ed.  ASIS '87: Proceedings of the 50th ASIS Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, October 4-8, 1987. Medford, NJ: American Society for Information Science; Learned Information, 1987. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Chen]  Cheng, Rachel J., Alan J. Nathanson, Heather MacFarlane, Beth Hansen and Sitka Berger.  “Collaborative Digital Reference in Small Academic Liberal Arts College Libraries: Connecticut College, Smith College and Wesleyan University, 2001-2002.”  Resource Sharing & Information Networks 16, 2 (2002): 169-188.

Published also as: Cheng, Rachel, Alan J. Nathanson, Heather MacFarlane, Beth Hansen and Sitka Berger.  “Collaborative Digital Reference in Small Academic Liberal Arts College Libraries: Connecticut College, Smith College and Wesleyan University, 2001-2002.” In Resource Sharing & Information Networks, pp. 169-188.  Edited by William Miller and Rita M. Pellen.  Binghamton, The Haworth Press, 2002.


[Chien] Chien, Lee-Feng, Hsin-Min Wang, Bo-Ren Bai and Sun-Chien Lin.  “A Spoken-Access Approach for Chinese Text and Speech Information Retrieval.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 4 (March 1, 2000): 313-323.

[Chepesiuk] Chepesiuk, Ron.  "Organizing the Internet." American Libraries 30, 1 (January 1999): 60-63.

[Cheung]  Cheung, Wong Yu.  “Engaging Students in Virtual Classroom: The Use of Bulleting Boards in Teaching and Learning for Chinese Learners.”  Journal of Technology in Human Services 22, 3 (2004): 41-67.

[Cheverie] Cheverie, Joan F. and Judith F. Trump.  "Changing Lanes on the Government Information Highway." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 5 (September 1996): 378-381.

[Chilvers] Chilvers, Alison and John Feather.  "The Management of Digital Data: A Metada Approach."  The Electronic Library 16, 6 (December 1998): 365-372.

[Chinenyanga]  Chinenyanga, Taurai Tapiwa and Nicholas Kushmerick. “An Expressive and Efficient Language for XML Information Retrieval.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 438-453.

[Chiu] Chiu, Chao-Min.  “Reengineering Information Systems with XML.”  Information Systems Management 17, 4 (Fall 2000): 40-54.

[Chou] Chou, Yu-lan Margaret.  "Accessing Chinese Resources on the Internet."  Microcomputers for Information Management: Global Internetworking for Libraries 12, 3 (1995): 171-187 .

[Chou (a)]  Chou, David C.  "The Economics of Taxing Electronic Commerce."  Information Systems Management 16, 1 (Winter 1999): 7-14.

[Christian] Christian, Eliot.  Proposal for an Information Locator ServiceE-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Christian@USGS.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Christiansen]  Christiansen, Donald.  “Ephemera for Engineers and Scientists.”  Today’s Engineer (IEEE) (February 24, 2004). E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.todaysengineer.org/feb04/backscatter.asp>. (Retrieved April 2, 2004).  [URL inactive, April 26, 2006].

[-] Christiansen, Christine and Cecilia Leathem, eds.  Pioneering New Serials Frontiers: From Petroglyphs to Cyberserials.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1997. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Chu]  Chu, Yin-Wah and James T.H. Tang.  “The Internet and Civil Society: Environmental and Labour Organizations in Hong Kong.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 29, 4 (December 2005): 849-866.

[Chung] Chung, Joe.  “Wireless Ways: Business and Personal Applications of Wireless Technology.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 5 (June/July 2001): 7-9.

[Chung (a)]  Chung, Wingyan, Yiwen Zhang, Zan Huang, Gang Wang, Thian-Huat Ong and Hsinchun Chen.  “Internet Searching and Browsing in a Multilingual World: An Experiment on the Chinese Business Intelligence Portal (CbizPort).”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 9 (July 2004): 818-831.

[Church]  Church, Christopher, Tim Schmoyer and Henry L. Owen.  “Design and Implementation of a Simple Classroom Laboratory Internet Worm.” Journal of Security Education 1, 2/3 (2005): 39-53.

[Cisler (a)] Cisler, Steve.  "Convergent Electronic Cultures." Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 55-57.

[Cisler (b)] Cisler, Steve.  "HyperCard 2.0 and the Apple Library User Group Online."  Database 13, 5 (October 1990): 108-110.

[Cisler (c)] Cisler, Steve.  "NREN Update: More Meetings and New Tools."  Database 14, 2 (April 1991): 96-98.

[Clark (a)] Clark, Charlene K.  "Marketing Library Technology to Donors." In Convergence: Proceedings of the Second National Conference of the Library and Information Technology Association, October 2-6, 1988, Boston, pp. 241-244.  Edited by Michael Gorman.  Chicago: American Library Association, 1990. [Library and Information Technology Series, No. 3].

[Clark (b)] Clark, Kathleen A.  "Internet Resources for Agriculture."College & Research LibrariesNews 57, 6 (June 1996): 359-363.

[Clark (c)] Clark, Tom.  "On the Cost Differences Between Publishing a Book in Paper and Electronic Medium." Library Resources and Technical Services 39, 1 (January 1995): 23-28.

[Clark (d)] Clark, Kathleen A.  "Implementation of ISI's Electronic Library Project at Purdue University: Criteria for Selection and Publisher Pricing Schemes."  The Serials Librarian 35, 4 (1999): 29-44.

[Clark (e)]  Clark, John R.  “With a Rhyme and a Reason: A Focus on AMICUS and a Window on National Libraries Around the World.” Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 22, 2 (2004):101-103.

[Clausen (a)] Clausen, Helge.  "Electronic Mail as a Tool for the Information Professional." The Electronic Library 9, 2 (April 1991): 73-83.

[Clausen (b)] Clausen, Helge.  "Internet Information Literacy: Some Basic Considerations." Libri 47, 1 (April 1997): 25-34.

[Clausen (c)] Clausen, Helge.  "Evaluation of Library Web Sites: The Danish Case."  Electronic Library 17, 2 (April 1999): 83-87.

[Clayton]  Clayton, Peter and G.E. Gorman.  “Updating Conspectus for a Digital Age.”  Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 26, 3 (Fall 2002): 253-258.

[Cleal] Cleal, Richard and Sharon Young.  "The Implementation and Outcomes of the North Coast Internet Pilot Project."  Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services 10, 4 (December 1997): 201-208.

[Cleveland]  Cleveland, Gary.  "Canadian Libraries and the Emerging Information Network. " Canadian Library Journal 49, 5 (October 1992): 367-375.

[Cleyle]  Cleyle, Susan.  “E-Books: Should We Be Afraid?” The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 281-292.

Published also as Cleyle, Susan.  “E-Books: Should We Be Afraid?”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 281-292.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Cobb]  Cobb, Flora Shrode and Edward F. Lener.  "Internet Resources for the Earth Sciences."  College & Research Libraries News 56, 5 (May 1995) : 319-325.

[Coccaro] Coccaro, Cynthia.  “Career Development.”  College & Research Libraries News 58, 10 (November 1997): 703-705.

[Cochenour (a)]  Cochenour, Donnice.  "CICNet's Electronic Journal Collection."  Serials Review 22, 1 (Spring 1996): 63-68.

[Cochenour (b)] Cochenour, Donnice and Tom Moothart.  "Relying on the Kindness of Strangers: Archiving Electronic Journals on Gopher." Serials Review 21, 1 (Spring 1995): 67-76.

[Cochenour (c)] Cochenour, Donnice.  “Taming the Octopus: Getting a Grip on Electronic Resources.”  The Serials Librarian 38, 3/4  (2000): 363-368.

Published also as:  Cochenour, Donnice.  “Taming the Octopus: Getting a Grip on Electronic Resources.”  In From Carnegie to Internet2:   Forging the Serials Future, pp. 363-368.  Edited by  P. Michelle Flander, Joseph C. Harmon and Jonathan David Makepeace. New York: The Haworth Press, 2000.
[Cochrane] Cochrane, Tom.  "The Economics of Scholarly Information: A Dissolving Triangle?"  In The Electronic Journal: The Future of Serials-Based Information, pp. 17-30.  Edited by Brian Cook.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1992.

[Cockfield]  Cockfield, Arthur J.  “Balancing National Interests in the Taxation of Electronic Commerce Business Profits.” Tulane Law Review 74 (1999-2000): 133-217.

[Coffman] Coffman, Steve and Linda Arret.  “To Chat or Not to Chat—Taking Another Look at Virtual Reference—Part 1.”  Searcher12, 7 (July/August 2004).  E-text, 8 pp.  URL: < http://www.infotoday.com/searcher/jul04/arret_coffman.shtml>.  (Retrieved September 5, 2004).

[Coffman (a)]  Coffman, Steve and Linda Arret.  “To Chat or Not to Chat—Taking Yet Another Look at Virtual Reference—Part 2.” Searcher 12, 8 (September 2004).  E-text, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.infotoday.com/searcher/sep04/arret_coffman.shtml>. (Retrieved September 5, 2004).

[Cohen]  Cohen, Sara, Yaron Kanza, Yakov Kogan, Yehoshua Sagiv, Werner Nutt and Alexander Serebrnik.  “EquiX—A Search and Query Language for XML.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 454-466.

[Cohen (a)]  Cohen, Laura B. and Matthew M. Calsada.  “Web Accessible Database for Electronic Resource Collections: A Case Study and Its Implications.”  The Electronic Library 21, 1 (2003): 31-38.

[Cohen-Williams] Cohen-Williams, Anita and Julia A. Hendon.  "Internet Resources for Anthropology."  College & Research Libraries News 56, 2 (February 1995): 87-90, 113.

[Cohn] Cohn, Judit S., Kerry A. O’Rourke and Michelle M. Volesko.  “Transferring Group Licensing Skills from an Academic Consortial Model to a Statewide Association of Hospital Libraries.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 2 (2004): 9-19.

[Colaric] Colaric, Susan M.  “Instruction for Web Searching: An Empirical Study."  College & Research Libraries 64, 2 (March 2003): 111-122.

[Colazzo]  Colazzo, Dario, Carlo Sartiani, Anthony Albano, Pacio Manghi, Giorgio Ghelli, Luca Lini and Michele Paoli.  “A Typed Text Retrieval Query Language for XML Documents.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 467-488.

[Colborne] Colborne, David.  "The Evolution of an Electronic Branch Library."  Feliciter 42, 7/8 (July/August 1996): 85-88.

[Cole]  Cole, Jim.  “The Cataloging of Digitized Texts.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 28, 3 (1999): 45-54.

[-]  Cole, Jim and Wayne Jones, eds.  E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.  [Selected chapters listed separately].

             Published also as The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002).
[-]  Cole, Jim and James Williams, eds.  Serials Management in the Electronic Era: Papers in Honor of Peter Gellatly, Founding Editor of the Serials Librarian.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996.329 pp. ISBN 0-7890-1710-5.[Selected chapters listed separately].
Published also as: The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996).
Reviewed by Nancy A. Newsome in College & Research Libraries 59, 2 (March 1998): 201-202.
Reviewed by Rebecca L. Mugridge in Library Resources and Technical Services 48, 4 (October 2004): 305-306.
[Coleman]  Coleman, Anita.  “Instruments of Cognition: Use of Citations and Web Links in Online Teaching Materials.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 56, 4 (February 15, 2005): 382-392.

[Collinge]  Collinge, William H.  “Slovak Search Engines.” Slavic & East European Information Resources 3, 4 (2002): 89-95.

[Collier (a)] Collier, H.  "Definition of 'Electronic Publishing'." In Electronic Document Delivery - II: Proceedings of a Workshop and Exhibition Organized by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation, Luxembourg, 18-19 December 1980, pp. 27-40.  Edited by J.R.U. Page. Oxford: Learned Information, 1981.  214 pp.  ISBN 0-904933326.

[Collier (b)] Collier, Harry R.  "The Concept of Learned Information's Electronic Magazine."  Electronic Publishing Review 4, 3 (1984): 179-188.

[Collier (c)] Collier, Mel W.  "A Model License for Acquisition of Electronic Materials."  In Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995, pp. 51-67.  Edited by Ahmed H. Helal and Joachim W. Weiss.  Essen: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1996. [Publications of the Essen Library, 20]. 217 pp. ISBN 3-922602-21-5. ISSN 0931-7503.

[Colnar]  Colnar, Marko.   “The Model of Influences of Electronic Commerce on Cadres in Organisations.”  Human IT 6, 3 (2002): 129-147.  E-text.  URL: <http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/3-02/mc.pdf> (Retrieved April 1, 2004).

[Colomb] Colomb, Robert M. and Sonya M. Finnigan.  Z39.50/SQL+ -- Stateful Web Access to Relational Databases.  E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Columb@DSTC.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Commings] Commings, Karen.  "Help Wanted: Webmasters." Computers in Libraries 17, 1 (January 1997): 26-28.

[Commission on Preservation and Access] The Commission on Preservation and Access and The Research Libraries Group, Inc.  Preserving Digital Information: Report of the Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information. Washington, DC: The Commission, 1996.  v, 57 pp.  ISBN 1-887334-50-5.

Reviewed in Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 413-414.
Reviewed by Edward F. Gaynor in The Journal of Academic Librarianship 23, 3 (May 1997): 246-247.

[Communication and the Net] "Communication and the Net." Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 6, 1 (1996): 29-30.

[Computer Intrusions...] "Computer Intrusions and Attacks." Electronic Library 17, 2 (April 1999): 115-119.

[Condrey] Condrey, Richard, Faye Phillips and Tony Presti.  "Historical Ecology: LSU's Electronic Imaging Laboratory." College & Research Libraries News 54, 8 (September 1993): 438-441.

[Connell (a)] Connell, Tschera Harkness and Chandra Prabha.  “Characteristics of Resources Represented  in the OCLC CORC Database.” Library Resources and Technical Services 46, 2 (April 2002): 39-49.

[Conteh-Morgan]  Conteh-Morgan, Miriam.  “Reading African Women’s Writing: The Role of Librarians in Expanding the Canon.” The Reference Librarian, no. 87/88 (2004):  163-178.

Published also as: Conteh-Morgan, Miriam.  “Reading African Women’s Writing: The Role of Librarians in Expanding the Canon.”  In Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the Study of Africa, pp. 163-178.  Edited by Deborah M. LaFond, and Gretchen Walsh. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2004.  Binghamton, NY: The Howart Press, 2004.
[Conway] Conway, Paul.  "Preservation in the Digital World." Microform & Imaging Review 25, 4 (Fall 1996): 156-171.

[Conway (a)] Conway, Paul.  "Yale University Library's Project Open Book."  D-Lib Magazine (February 1996). E-text, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/february96/yale/02conway.html> (Retrieved March 17, 1997).

[Cook (a)]  Cook, Brian.  "The Electronic Journal: The Day in Retrospect."  In The Electronic Journal: The Future of Serials-Based Information, pp. 101-106. Edited by Brian Cook. New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1992.

[Cook (b)]  Cook, Eleanor L.  "ACQNET and ACQWEB: Past, Present, and Future."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 2 (Summer 1997): 205-210.

[Cook (c)]  Cook, Eleanor.  "ACQNET and AcqWeb: A 787 Dynamic Partnership."  Library Hi Tech 15, 3-4, issue 59-60 (1997): 40.

[Cook (d)]  Cook, Colleen, Fred Heath and Russel L. Thompson.  “A Meta-Analysis of Response Rates in Web- or Internet-Based Surveys.” Educational and Psychological Measurement 60, 6 (December 2000): 821-836.

[-]  Cook, Brian, ed.  The Electronic Journal: The Future of Serials-Based Information.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc., 1992. 106 pp. ISBN 1-56024-452-6. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Cooley]  Cooley, Elizabeth (Libby) and Edward A. Goedeken.  "The Significance of Information Provision and Content: Libraries as Information Providers Instead of Format Collectors."  The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 47-56.

[Coon]  Coon, Jeffrey A.  "Internet Resources for Religious Studies."  College & Research Libraries News 54, 11 (December 1993): 635-637.

[Cooper]  Cooper, Eric A.  "Library Guides on the Web: Traditional Tenets and Internal Issues."  Computers in Libraries 17, 9 (October 1997): 52-56.

[Cooper (a)]  Cooper, Michael D.  “Usage Patterns of a Web-Based Library Catalog.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 52, 2 (January 15, 2001): 137-148.

[Corbin]  Corbin, John.  "Technical Services for the Electronic Library."  Library Administration & Management 6, 2 (Spring 1992): 86-90.

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[Downes] Downes, Robin N.  "Electronic Technology and Access to Information."  Journal of Library Administration 12, 3 (1990): 51-61.

[Doyle] Doyle, Mark.  Citing and Linking in Electronic Scholarly Publishing: A Pragmatic Approach.  E-text, pp. 51-59.
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[Drabenstott] Drabenstott, Karen M.  Analytical Review of the Library of the Future.  Washington, D.C. : Council on Library Resources, 1994.  200 pp.

[Draffan]  Draffan, E.A.B. and Robbie Corbett.  “Implementing a Web-accessible Database.”  The Electronic Library 19, 5 (2001):  342-348.

[Drake (a)] Drake, Miriam A.  "Library 2000--Georgia Tech: A Glimpse of Information Delivery Now and in the Year 2000."  ONLINE 11, 6 (November 1987): 45-48.

[Drake (b)] Drake, Miriam A.  "The Online Information System at Georgia Institute of Technology."  Information Technology and Libraries 8, 2 (June 1989): 105-109.

[Dreilinger] Dreilinger, Daniel.  Formal Standards for Meta-Search. E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Dreilinger@CSU.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Druery]  Druery, Jackie.  “Cities, Towns, and Villages: Municipal Municipal Information on the Web.”    Access: The Magazine of the Ontario Library Association 6, 2 (Winter 1999/2000): 33-34.

[Drummond] Drummond, Louis.  "Going Beyond Online." Online 14, 5 (September 1990): 6-9.

[Dubis]  Dubis, Mark.  “Web Access to the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae: A Digital Library of Greek Literature.”  Journal of Religious & Theological Information 6, 2 (2004): 3-9.

[Dubis (a)]  Dubis, Mark.  “Web Resources for the Study of New Testament Backgrounds.”  Journal of Religious & Theological Information 6, 1 (2003): 3-9.

[Dublin Core...] Dublin Core Metadata Element Set: Reference Description. E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://purl.org/metadata/dublin_core_elements> (Retrieved March 21, 1997).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

[Dugan] Dugan, Robert E., Joan F. Cheverie and Jennifer L. Souza.  "The NII: For the Public Good."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship22, 3 (March 1996): 133-141.

[Dugdale] Dugdale, Christine.  “The ResIDe Electronic Library: An Evolving Library Service.”  Ariadne, issue 22 (December 21, 1999).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue 22/reside/>. (Retrieved February 29, 2000).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Duggan (a)] Duggan, Mary Kay.  "Copyright of Electronic Information: Issues and Questions."  Online 15, 3 (May 1991): 20-26.

[Duggan (b)] Duggan, Mary Kay.  "Electronic Information and Applications in Musicology and Music Theory." Library Trends 40, 4 (Spring 1992): 756-780.

[Duncan] Duncan, Thomas.  "Implementation of Electronic Information Systems in Universities and the Implications for Change in Scholarly Research."  In After the Electronic Revolution, Will You Be the First to Go?: Proceedings of the 1992 Association for Library Collections & Technical Services President's Program, 29 June 1992, American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco,CA, pp. 50-59.  Edited by Arnold Hirshon. Chicago: American Library Association, 1993.

[Duncan (a)]  Duncan, David J.  “Internet Inspirations: Library Instructions with a Virtual Touch.”   Research Strategies 18, 1 (Winter 2001): 283-301.

[Dunlop] Dunlop, Mark.  “Reflections on Mira: Interactive Evaluation in Information Retrieval.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 14 (December 2000): 1269-1274.

[Dupuis] Dupuis, Elizabeth A.  "The Times The Are A'Changin': Students, Technology, and Instructional Services."  Reference Services Review 26, 3/4 (Fall/Winter 1998): 11-16, 32.

[Duranceau] Duranceau, Ellen, Margret Lippert, Marlene Manoff and Carter Snowden.  "Electronic Journals in the MIT Libraries: Report of the 1995 E-Journal Subgroup."  Serials Review 22, 1 (Spring 1996): 47-61.

[-] Duranceau, Ellen Finnie, Alan Emtage, Karen Solins, Rebecca Lasher and Clifford A Lynch.  "Naming and Describing Networked Electronic Resources: The Role of Uniform Resource Identifiers."  Serials Review 20, 4 (Winter 1994): 31-44. [Individual contributions listed separately]

[-] Duranceau, Ellen Finnie, Stevan Harnad, Frank Quinn, Gail McMillan, Fytton Rowland, Robert H. Marks and Janet Fisher.  "The Economics of Electronic Publishing."  Serials Review 21, 1 (Spring 1995): 77-90. [Individual submissions listed separately].

[Dworaczek (a)]  Dworaczek, Marian and Victor G. Wiebe.  "E-Journals: Acquisition and Access."  The Acquisitions Librarian, no. 12 (1994): 105-121.

[Dworaczek (b)]  Dworaczek, Marian and Victor G. Wiebe.  E-journal BibliographyE-text. URL: <http://library.usask.ca/dbs/ej.html>. [Dworaczek  (c)]  Dworaczek, Marian.  “Creating a Web Index: A Never-ending Task.”  Library Computing 19, 1/2 (2000): 42-51.

[Dwyer]  Dwyer, James R.  "Evolving Serials, Evolving Access: Bibliographic Control of Serial Literature."  Serials Review 12, 2/3 (Summer/Fall 1986): 59-64.

[-]  Dykeman, Amy and Bill Katz, ed.   Automated Acquisitions: Issues for the Present and Future.  New York: The Haworth Press, 1989.  [Selected chapters are listed separately].

[Dykhuis] Dykhuis, Randy.  "The Promise of Electronic Publishing: OCLC's Program."  Computers in Libraries 14, 10 (November/December 1994): 20-22.

[Dysart]  Dysart, Joe.  “Custom Pages On-the-Fly: A New Model of Interactivity Emerges on the Web.”  ONLINE 22, 2 (March/April 1998): 39-44.

[Eason] Eason, Ken,, Wendy Olphert, Susan Harker, Cliff McKnight and Sue Richardson.  “Evaluation of the National Site License Initiative (NESLI).”  Serials 14, 2 (July 2001): 189-193.

[Eaton (a)] Eaton, Nancy L.  "The Director's Role in the Acquisitions Dilemma."  Journal of Library Administration 19, 2 (1993): 3-18.

[Eaton (b)] Eaton, Nancy L.  "Document Delivery and On-demand Publishing: Implications for Reference Service." College & Research Libraries News 53, 8 (September 1992): 508-510.

[Eaton (c)] Eaton, Nancy L.  "New Challenges for Technical Services in the 21st Century."  The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 195-208.

[Eaton (d)]  Eaton, Nancy L.  “History of AgNIC.”  ARL, no. 223 (August 2002): 5-10.

[Ebbinghouse] Ebbinghouse, Carol.  "Current Awareness in the Law: Legal Listservs."  Searcher: The Magazine for Database Professionals5, 3 (March 1997): 26-28.

[Echt (a)] Echt, Rita.  "Beyond Traditional Serials: Electronic Delivery--Reality & Myth. A Report of the Joint Program of the LITA/ALCTS Automation Interest Group, American Library Association Conference, New York, July 1996."  Technical Services Quarterly 14, 4 (1997): 75-79.

[Echt (b)] Echt, Rita.  "Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads." The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 355-359.

[Edelman]  Edelman, Marla.  "The New World Order: Serials Management of Electronic Resources and Document Delivery."  The Serials Librarian 25, 3/4 (1995): 261-267.

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[Eichmann]  Eichmann, David.  DI/SW Position: Search and Meta-Search on a Diverse WebE-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Eichmann@NASA.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

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[Eisenschitz]  Eisenschitz, Tamara and Paul Turner.  "Rights and Responsibilities in the Digital Age: Problems With Stronger Copyright in an Information Society."  Journal of Information Science 23, 3 (1997): 209-223.

[The Electronic Library Manager's Guide...]  "The Electronic Library Manager's Guide to the Transfer and Diffusion of New Technology." The Electronic Library 10, 4 (August 1992): 191-193.

[Ellero]  Ellero, Nadine P.  “Panning for Gold: Utility of the World Wide Web for Metadata and Authority Control in Special Collections.” Library Resources and Technical Services 46, 1 (January 2002): 79-91.

[Elliott]  Elliott, Margaret and Rob Kling.  "Organizational Usability of Digital Libraries: Case Study of Legal Research in Civil and Criminal Courts."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 11 (November 1997): 1023-1035

[Elliott (b)]  Elliott, Franki.  "CD-ROM and the Electronic Materials in Today's Law Library."  Computers in Libraries 18, 6 (June 1998): 60-65.

[Ellis]  Ellis, Steven.  "Toward the Humanities Digital Library: Building the Local Organization."  College & Research Libraries 57, 6 (November 1996): 525-534.

[Ellis (a)]  Ellis, Rachel.  “Marketing of Electronic Resources: Projects and Experiences.”  Serials 17, 1 (March 2004): 57-59.

[Emtage] Emtage, Alan.  "The Why and What of URLs and URNs." Serials Review 20, 4 (Winter 1994): 32-34.

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[Ensor] Ensor, Pat.  "E-Journals and Full-Text Access." CWIS: Campus-Wide Information Systems 10, 1 (January-February 1993): 25-35.

[Entlich (a)] Entlich, Richard.  "Electronic Chemistry Journals: Elemental Concerns."  The Serials Librarian 25, 3/4 (1995): 111-123.

[Entlich (b)] Entlich, Richard, Lorrin Garson, Michael Lesk, Lorraine Normore, Jan Olsen and Suart Weibel.  "Testing a Digital Library: User Response to the CORE Project."  Library Hi Tech 14, 4, issue 56 (1996): 99-118.

[Epstein] Epstein, Lynn A.  “Cyber E-Mail Negotiation Vs. Traditional Nergotiation: Will Cyber Technology Supplant Traditional Means of Settling Negotiations?”  Tulsa Law Journal 36, 4 (Summer 2001): 839-851.

[Environment Information Systems] "Environment Information Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa : An Internet Resource."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 21, 4 (April/May 1995): 24.

[Ercegovac]  Ercegovac, Zorana and John V. Richardson, Jr.  “Academic Dishonesty, Plagiarism Included, In Digital Age: A Literature Review.”  College & Research Libraries 65, 4 (July 2004): 301-318.

[Ercelawn] Ercelawn, Ann.  "The Internet Information Delivery Revolution."  The Serials Librarian 28, 1/2 (1996): 7-10.

[Eschenfelder] Eschenfelder, Kristin R., John C. Beachboard, Charles R. McClure and Steven K. Wyman. "Assessing U.S. Federal Government Websites." Government Information Quarterly 14, 2 (1997): 173-189.

[Eschenfelder (a)]  Eschenfelder, Kristin.  “The Customer Is Always Right, But Whose Customer Is More Important?  Conflict and Web Classification Schemes.”  Information Technology & People 16, 4  ( 2003): 419-439.

[Esterhazy] Esterhazy, Jonathan.  "Providing Authenticated Access to Web Resources."  College & Research LibrariesNews 60, 8 (September 1999): 617-618.

[Evans]  Evans, Gwyneth.  "Canadian Initiative on Digital Libraries: An Update April 1, 1998."  Feliciter  44, 5 (May 1998): 14.

[Evans (a)]  Evans, Janet, Simon J. Bevan and John Harrington.  “BIODOC: Access Versus Holdings in a University.”  Interlending & Document Supply 24, 4 (1996): 5-11.

[Evans (b)]  Evans, Karen and Brad Coon.  “The Middle Eastern World: Starting Points for Research.”  C&RL News 65, 9 (October 2004): 504-507.

[Everett (a)] Everett, David.  "Full-Text Online Databases and Document Delivery in an Academic Library: Too Little, Too Late?" ONLINE 17, 2 (March 1993): 22-25.

[Everett (b)] Everett, David.  "Full-Text Online Databases as a Document Delivery System: The Unfulfilled Promise."  Journal of Interlibrary Loan & Information Supply 3, 3 (1993): 17-25.

[Faba-Peréz]  Faba-Peréz, Cristina, Felipe Zapico-Alonso and Vincente P. Guerrero-Bote.  “Comparative Analysis of Webometric Measurements in Thematic Environments.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 56, 8 (June 2005): 779-785.

[Falk] Falk, Howard.  "World Wide Web Search and Retrieval." The Electronic Library 15, 1 (February 1997): 49-55.

[Falk (a)] Falk, Howard.  "Working With the Web."  The Electronic Library 14, 5 (October 1996): 453-458.

[Falk (b)]  Falk, Diane.  “Selected Websites for High-to-Low End NPO Website Development.”  Journal of Technology in Human Services 22, 3 (2004): 81-88.

[Fast] Fast, Barry.  "Books in the Digital World."  Library Collections, Acquisitions & Technical Services 23, 2 (Summer 1999): 163-167.

[Faulkner] Faulkner, Thomas C.  "Library Support for Computing Applications in the Humanities: Past Failures and Future Opportunities."  In Convergence: Proceedings of the Second National Conference of the Library and Information Technology Association, October 2-6, 1988, Boston,pp. 216-221.  Edited by Michael Gorman. Chicago: American Library Association, 1990. [Library and Information Technology Series, No. 3].

[Fausey] Fausey, Jon and Keith Shafer.  "All My Data Is in SGML. Now What?"  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 7 (July 1997): 636-643.

[Fedunok] Fedunok, Suzanne. " Hammurabi and the Electronic Age: Documenting Electronic Collection Decisions." RQ 36, 1 (Fall 1996): 86-90.

[Feeney] Feeney, Ann.  "Internet Applications: Stumpers-L." Computers in Libraries 13, 5 (May 1993): 40-42.

[Feidt] Feidt, William B. and Catherine Roos.  "Environmental Information Resources on the Internet." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 21, 4 (April/May 1995): 22-23.

[Feijen] Feijen, Martin.  "Workflow for Electronic Publications in a National Library."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 327-336.

[Feijen (a)] Feijen, Martin.  "DNEP: The Dutch Repository of Electronic Publications."  Program: Automated Library and Information Systems 30, 2 (April 1996): 149-156.

[Feldman] Feldman, Susan.  "Power Tools on the Internet: Ghosts of the Net Yet to Come."  Searcher: The Magazine for Database Professionals 4, 9 (October 1996): 28-37.

[Ferganchick-Neufang] Ferganchick-Neufang, Julia K.  "Virtual Harassment: Women and Online Education." First Monday 3, 2 (1998). E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_2/fergan/index.html> (Retrieved February 7, 1998).

[Ferguson] Ferguson, Anthony W.  "Document Delivery in the Electronic Age: Collecting and Service Implications."  Journal of Library Administration 22, 4 (1996): 85-98.

[Ferguson (a)]  Ferguson, Anthony (Tony) W.   “Back Talk—GIS Induced Guilt.”  Against the Grain 14, 5 (November 2): 94.

[Fernández-Molina] Fernández-Molina, J. Carlos and Eduardo Peis.  “The Moral Rights of Authors in the Age of Digital Information.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 52, 2 (January 15, 2001): 109-117.

[Fidel] Fidel, Raya, Rachel K. Davies, Mary H. Douglass, Jenny K. Holder, Carla J. Hopkins, Elisabeth J. Kushner, Bryan K. Miyagishima and Christian D. Toney.  "A Visit to the Information Mail: Web Searching Behavior of High School Students."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50, 1 (January 1999): 24-37.

[Fidelman] Fidelman, Miles R. and Richard Civille.  "The Center for Civic Networking."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 20, 2 (December/January 1994): 12-13.

[Fiehn]  Fiehn, Barbara.  “Federated Searching: A Viable Alternative to Web Surfing.”  TechNewsWorld  (March 21, 2004).  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.technewsworld.com/perl/story/33160.html>.  (Retrieved April 2, 2004).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Fierheller] Fierheller, George.  "A Fabric of Intelligence--How Our Supercomputing Network Is Weaving the Next Human Renaissance." Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 19, 1 (April 1994): 31-38.

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[Fisher (a)] Fisher, Janet.  "Traditional Publishers and Electronic Journals."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 231-241.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Fisher (b)] Fisher, Janet H.  "Electronic Journal Update : CJTCS."  The Serials Librarian 28, 1/2 (1996): 135-138.

[Fisher (c)] Fisher, Janet H.  "How Do Publishers Survive in This New Electronic World?"  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 20, 3 (Fall 1996): 355-357.

[Fisher (d)] Fisher, Janet H.  "The True Costs of an Electronic Journal."  Serials Review 21, 1 (Spring 1995): 88-90.

[Fisher (e)] Fisher, Robbert A. and Bill Tuck.  "Issues in Electronic Document Delivery."  Interlending & Document Supply 25, 1 (1997): 18-24.

[Fisher (f)] Fisher, William.  "Access or Acquisition: The Impact and Implications of Electronic Publishing."  Library Acquisitions: Practice and Theory 16, 2 (1992): 155-160.

[Fisher (g)] Fisher, Shelagh.  "Access to Information." Library Management 16, 5 (1995): 27-34.

[Fister]  Fister, Barabara.  “Google’s Digitization Project—What Difference Will It Make?”  Library Issues 25, 4 (March 2005). E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://www.libraryissues.com/pub/LI250004.asp>  (Retrieved March 1, 2005).

[Fitzpatrick] Fitzpatrick, Roberta Bronson.  “InfoRetriver Basics: A Resource for Evidence-Based Clinical Information.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 1 (2004): 103-111.

[Fitzpatrick (a)]  Fitzpatrick Roberta Bronson.  “It Keeps Getting Better: SKOLAR MD.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 4 (2004): 71-83.

[-]  Flander, P. Michelle, Joseph C. Harmon and Jonathan David Makepeace, eds.  From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future.     New York: The Haworth Press, 2000.  [Selected chapters are listed separately]

Published also as: The Serials Librarian 38,1/2 (2000).
[Flanders (a)] Flanders, Bruce.  "Hypertext Multimedia Software: Bell Atlantic DocuSource."  Computers in Libraries 13, 1 (January 1993): 35-39.

[Flanders (b)] Flanders, Bruce.  "On-Line Books: An Advanced Technology Electronic Library System." Computers in Libraries 13, 1 (January 1992): 44-47.

[Fletcher] Fletcher, Mary.  "The CATRIONA Project: Feasibility Study and Outcomes."  Program: Automated Library and Information Systems 30, 2 (April 1996): 99-109.

[Floridi] Floridi, Luciano.  "Brave.Net.World: The Internet as a Disinformation Superhighway?"  The Electronic Library 14, 5 (October 1996): 509-514.

[Flynn] Flynn, Peter.  "W[h]ither the Web? The Extension or Replacement of HTML."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 7 (July 1997): 614-621.

[Fogerty] Fogerty, James E.  “Balancing the Content and the Container: Defining the Role of Artifacts in the Digital Age.”  Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 24, 2 (Summer 2000): 251-265.

[Foley]  Foley, Dan.  “Metadata in a Digital Special Library: the Energy and Environmental Information Resources Center in Lafayette, Louisiana.”  Journal of Southern Academic and Special Librarianship 1, 2 (October 1999).  E-text, 17 pp.  URL: <http://southernlibrarianship.icaap.org/content/v01n02/foley_d01.html>.  (Retrieved March 22, 2004).

[Forcht] Forcht, Karen A. and Richard E. Fore III.  "Security Issues and Concerns With the Internet." Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 5, 3 (1995): 23-31.

[Ford] Ford, Stephanie.  "Public Access to Electronic Federal Depository Information in Regional Depository Libraries."  Government Information Quarterly 14, 1 (1997): 51-63.

[Foster] Foster, Constance L., Cynthia Etkin, Elaine F. Moore, Sandra L. Staebell and Peggy Wright.  "The Net Result: Enthusiasm for Exploring the Internet."  Information Technology and Libraries 12, 4 (December 1993): 433-436.

[Foster (a)]  Foster, Andrea L.  “Plagiarism-Detection Tool Creates Legal Quandry.”  The Chronicle of Higher Education (May 17, 2002).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://chronicle.com/cgi2-bin/printable.cgi?article=http://chronicle.com/free/v48/i36/36a03701.htm > (Retrieved September 19, 2003).

[-]  Fowler, David C., ed.  E-Serials Collection Management: Transitions, Trends and Technicalities.  New York: The Haworth Information Press, 2004.  xx, 279 pp.  ISBN 0-7890-1754-7.  [All chapters are indexed separately].
           Reviewed by Betty Landesman in Library Resources and Technical Services 48, 4 (October 2004): 306-307.

[Fox] Fox, Edward A., ed.  Source Book on Digital Libraries.  Blacksburg, Va.: Virginia Technical Institute, 1993. 410, 22 pp. E-text.  URL: <http://fox.cs.vt.edu/DLSB.html>.

[Fox (a)] Fox, Edward A.  "How to Proceed Toward Electronic Archives and Publishing."  Psychological Science 1, 6 (November 1990): 355-358.

[Fox (b)]  Fox, Edward A., John L. Eaton, Gail McMillan, Neill A. Kipp, Paul Mather, Tim McGonigle, William Schweiker and Brian DeVane.  “Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations: An International Effort Unlocking University Resources.”  D-Lib Magazine (September 1997).  E-text, 11 p.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september97/theses/09fox.html> (November 1, 1997).

[Fox (c)] Fox, Edward A., John L. Eaton, Gail McMillan, Neill A. Kipp, Laura Weiss, Emilio Arce and Scott Guyer.  "National Library of Theses and Dissertations: A Scalable and Sustainable Approach to Unlock University Resources."  D-Lib Magazine (September 1996). E-text, 10 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september96/theses/09fox.html> (Retrieved December 5, 1996).

[Fourie] Fourie, Ina.  "Empowering Users: Current Awareness on the Internet."  The Electronic Library 17, 6 (December 1999): 379-388.

[Frank-Wilson]  Frank-Wilson, Marion.  “Teaching African Studies Bibliography—Information Literacy for 21st Century Scholars.” Reference Librarian, no 87/88 (2004): 97-107.

Published also as: Frank-Wilson, Marion.  “Teaching African Studies Bibliography—Information Literacy for 21st Century Scholars.”  In Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the Study of Africa, pp. 97-107.  Edited by Deborah M. LaFond, and Gretchen Walsh. Binghamton, NY: The Howart Press, 2004.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2004.
[Franklin (a)] Franklin, Carl.  "A Bibliography on Hypertext and Hypermedia with Selected Annotations." Database 13, 1 (February 1990): 24-32.

[Franklin (b)] Franklin, Jack and Michael Buckingham.  "Biomedical Journals Online."  In 6th International Online Information Meeting, London 7-9 December 1982, Organised by Online Review, The International Journal of Online Information Systems, pp. 201-205.  Oxford, England: Learned Information, 1982.

[Frantz] Frantz, Paul.  "'Electronic Library' Course." College & Research Libraries News 54, 7 (July/August 1993): 380.

[Fraser] Fraser, Bruce and Myke Gluck.  "Usability of Geospatial Metadata or Space-time Matters." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 25, 6 (August/September 1999): 24-28.

[Freed]  Freed, Arlene, Nina Bogdanovsky and Ellen Westling.  “Linking Servers: An Emerging Necessity: An Overview of Linking Technology and Details of One Library’s Selection Process and Implementation of LinkSource™.” Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2, 1 (2005): 15-26.

[Freeman]  Freeman, David T.  "The False Start of the Electronic Journal: A Look at Human Factors and Automatino."  In ASIS '87: Proceedings of the 50th ASIS Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, October 4-8, 1987, pp. 79-82.  Edited by Ching-chih Chen.  Medford, NJ: American Society for Information Science; Learned Information, 1987.

[Frenza]  Frenza, J.P. and Leslie Hoffman.  “Organizing Your Web Site Content.”  Nonprofit World 15, 6 (November/December 1997): 14-16.

[Frické]  Frické, Martin and Don Fallis.  “Indicators of Accuracy for Answers to Ready Reference Questions on the Internet.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 3 (February 1, 2004): 238-245.

[Friend] Friend, Frederick J.  "Economic Models for Electronic Libraries."  In Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995, pp. 30-38.  Edited by Ahmed H. Helal and Joachim W. Weiss.  Essen: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1996.  [Publications of the Essen Library, 20].  217 pp.  ISBN 3-922602-21-5.  ISSN 0931-7503.

[Friend (a)]  Friend, Frederick J.   “How Can There Be Open Access to Journal Articles?”  Serials 17, 1 (March 2004): 37-40.

[Frohmann] Frohmann, Bernd.  "Communication Technologies and the Politics of Postmodern Information Science."  Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 19, 2 (July 1994): 1-22.

[Frost]  Frost, William J.  “Do We Want or Need Metasearching?” Library JournalE-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.libraryjournal.com/index.asp?layout=articlePrint&articleID=CA405394>.  Retrieved April 2, 2004).

[Frumkin] Frumkin, Mike and Graham Spencer.  Additions to the robots.txt StandardE-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Frumkin@Excite.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Fuchs] Fuchs, Ira H.  "Networked Information Is not Free."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 165-180.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Fuller] Fuller, Steve.  "Cyberplatonism: An Inadequate Constitution for the Republic of Science."  The Information Society, 11, 4 (1995): 293-303.

[Fuller (a)]  Fuller, Diane M. and Patricia G. Hinegardner “Ensuring Quality Website Redesign: The University of Maryland’s Experience.” Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89, 4 (October 2001): 339-345. E-text.  URL: < http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/picrender.fcgi?action=stream&blobtype=pdf&artid=57962>.  (Retrieved May 29, 2004)

[Fullerton] Fullerton, Karen, Jane Greenberg, Maureen McClure, Edie Rasmussen and Darin Stewart.  "A Digital Library for Education: The PEN-DOR Project."  The Electronic Library 17, 2 (April 1999): 75-82.

[Fullerton (a)]  Fullerton, Barbara.  “CyberAge Stalking.” LLRX.com  (December 22, 2003).  E-text, 10 pp.  URL: <http://www.llrx.com/features/cyberstalking.htm>. (Retrieved April 10, 2004).

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[Fusich] Fusich, Monica.  "Collectiondevelopment.com: Using Amazon.com and Other Online Bookstores for Collection Development." College & Research Libraries News 59, 9(October 1998): 659-661.

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[Gabriel] Gabriel, Joseph A.  "Managing and Coping With Electronic Serials: A Report from the ACRL New England Chapter Serials Interest Group's Fall 1996 Program."  The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 11, 1 (1998): 14-17.

[Gadd ]  Gadd, Elizabeth, Richard Goodman and Adrienne Muir.  "CLEAR Design: Developing an Electronic Copyright Management System for Project ACORN."  The Electronic Library 16, 4 (August 1998): 253-259.

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[Gaines (b)] Gaines, Brian R.  "An Agenda for Digital Journals: The Socio-Technical Infrastructure of Knowledge Dissemination."  Journal of Organizational Computing 3, 2 (1993): 135-193.

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Published also as Gallew, Heather A.  “Brief or New: The Benefits of On-Line Learning in Occupational Therapy”  in Best Practices in Occupational Therapy Education, pp. 117-125.  Edited by Patricia A. Crist and Marjorie E. Scaffa.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2004.
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[Galloway (b)] Galloway, Kit and Sherrie Rabinowitz.  "Electronic Cafe International."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 20, 2 (December/January 1994): 14-15.

[Galloway (c)] Galloway, Edward A. and Gabrielle V. Michalek.  "The Heinz Electronic Library Interactive Online System (HELIOS): Building a Digital Archive Using Imaging, OCR, and Natural Language Processing Technologies." The Public-Access Computer System Review  6, 4 (1995): 6-18. E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v6/n4/gall6n4.html> (Retrieved February 3, 1999).

[Galloway (d) Galloway, Edward A. and Gabrielle V. Michalek.  "The Heinz Electronic Library Interactive On-line System (HELIOS): An Update." The Public-Access Computer System Review  9, 1 (1998).  E-text, 13 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v9/n1/gall9n1.html> (Retrieved February 3, 1999).

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[Gannon]  Gannon, Frank.  “Ethical Profits from Publishing.” EMBO Reports 5, 1 (2004): 1.  E-text.  URL: < http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/embor/journal/v5/n1/full/7400057.html&filetype=pdf>.  (Retrieved March 23, 2004).

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[Gardner (b)] Gardner, Jeffrey.  "The Challenge of Maintaining Research Collections in the 1990s."  Journal of Library Administration 14, 3 (1991): 17-25.

[Gardner (c)] Gardner, William.  "The Electronic Archive: Scientific Publishing for the 1990s."  Psychological Science 1, 6 (November 1990): 333-341.

[Gardner (d)]  Gardner, Melanie  “Partnering for Improved Access to Agricultural Information: The Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC) Initiative.”  ARL, no. 223 (August 2002): 5.

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[Garrett (b)] Garrett, John R. and Patrice A. Lyons.  "Toward an Electronic Copyright Management System." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 44, 8 (September 1993): 468-473.

[Garrett (c)]  Garrett, John.  “Digital Libraries: The Grand Challenges.”  EDUCOM Review 28, 4 (July/August 1993). E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/ifla/documents/libraries/net/garrett.txt> (September 20, 1997).  [URL inactive April 1, 2003].

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[Garson (a)] Garson, Lorin R.  "Can E-Journals Save Us?--A Publisher's View."  Journal of Library Administration 26, 1/2 (1998): 171-179.

[Gartner]  Gartner, Richard.  The Internet Library of Early Journals : an Electronic Library of Primary Sources on the Internet. E-text, p 194-203.  URL: <http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/6f7b5fad7be3e268c12566ff00361328/$FILE/194-203.pdf >.  (Retrieved April 11, 2003).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Gasaway (a)] Gasaway, Laura.  "The White Paper, Fair Use, Libraries and Educational Institutions."  The Serials Librarian 31, 1/2 (1997): 211-220.

[Gasaway (b)] Gasaway, Laura N.  "Copyright and Interlibrary Loan: The Uneasy Case for the Digital Future." Colorado Libraries 22, 3 (Fall 1996): 14-17.

[Gasaway (c)] Gasaway, Laura N.  "Libraries, Educational Institutions, and Copyright Proprietors: The First Collission on the Information Highway." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 5 (September 1996): 337-344.

[Gasaway (d)] Gasaway, Laura N.  "Universities, Libraries and Fair Use in the Digital Age."  The Acquisitions Librarian, no. 15 (1996): 69-87. [Gasaway (e)] Gasaway, Laura N.  "Serials 2020."  The Serials Librarian 24, 3/4 (1994): 63-67. [Gasaway (f)] Gasaway, Laura N.  "Copyright in the Electronic Era." The Serials Librarian 24, 3/4 (1994): 153-162. [Gault]  Gault, Lora V.  “Genital Warts: Resources on the Internet.”  Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 8, 2 (2004): 61-68.

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[Gaynor] Gaynor, Edward.  "Cataloging Electronic Texts: The University of Virginia Library Experience."  Library Resources & Technical Services 38, 4 (October 1994): 403-413.

[Gedye]  Gedye, Richard.  “Open Access Is Only Part of the Story.” Serials Review 30, 4 (2004): 271-274.

[Geer] Geer, Beverley.  "Training Aid in Cataloging Gopher Sites and Electronic Serials."  The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 337-342.

[Geleijnse] Geleijnse, Hans.  "The KUB's Experience With Electronic Subscriptions."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 297-302.

[Geller (a)] Geller, Marilyn.  "A Better Mousetrap Is Still a Mousetrap."  Serials Review 22, 1 (Spring 1996): 72-73.

[Gellman] Gellman, Robert.  "Shortcomings of the Proposed Electronic Freedom of Information Improvement Act (S.1090)."  Government Information Quarterly 14, 1 (1997): 1-10.

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[George]  George, Sarah E.  “Before You Cancel the Paper, Beware: All Electronic Journals in 2001 Are NOT Created Equal.”  The Serials Librarian 42, 3/4 (2002): 267-273.

 Also published as:  George, Sarah E.  “Before You Cancel the Paper, Beware: All Electronic Journals in 2001 Are NOT Created Equal.”    In  NASIG 2001: A Serials Odyssey, pp. 267-273.  Edited by Susan L. Scheiberg and Shelley Neville.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
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[Gerhard] Gerhard, Kristin H.  "Cataloging Internet Resources: Practical Issues and Concerns."  The Serials Librarian 32, 1/2 (1997): 123-137.

[Germain]  Germain, Carol Anne.  “URLs: Uniform Resource Locators or Unreliable Resource Locators.”  College & Research Libraries 61, 4 (July 2000): 359-365.

[German]  German, Lisa.  “Surviving the Serials Crisis: Are E-journals an Answer? A Report of the Program Sponsored by the ACRL Journal Costs in Academic Libraries Discussion Group."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 20, 2 (Summer 1996): 199-200.

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[Gore] Gore, Al.  "Bringing Information to the World: The Global Information Infrastructure."  Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 9, 1 (Winter 1996).  E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://jolt.law.harvard.edu/articles/v9n1p1.html> (Retrieved December 17, 1998).   [URL inactive, April 26, 2006].

[Gorman (a)] Gorman, Michael.  "Ownership and Access: A New Idea of "Collection"."  College & Research Libraries News 58, 7 (July/August 1997): 498-499.

[Gorman (b)] Gorman, Michael.  "Scholarship, Teaching, and Libraries in an Electronic Age."  Library Hi Tech 9, 1, issue 33 (1991): 73-75.

[Gorman (c)]  Gorman, Michael.  “Authority Control in the Context of Bibliographic Control in the Electronic Environment.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 38, 3/4 (2004): 11-21.

Published also as:  Gorman, Michael.  “Authority Control in the Context of Bibliographic Control in the Electronic Environment.”  In  Authority Control in Organizing and Accessing : Definition and International Experience, pp. 11-21.  Edited by Arlene G. Taylor, and Barbara B. Tillett.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Information Press, 2004.
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[-] Gorman, Michael, ed.  Convergence: Proceedings of the Second National Conference of the Library and Information Technology Association, October 2-6, 1988, Boston.  Chicago: American Library Association, 1990. [Library and Information Technology Series, No. 3]. x, 283 pp.  ISBN 0-8389-3382-3. [Selected papers listed separately].

[-] Gorman, Michael, ed.  Crossroads: Proceedings of the First National Conference of the Library and Information Technology Association, September 17-21, 1983, Baltimore, Maryland.  Chicago: American Library Association, 1984.  [Library and Information Technology Series, No. 1].  ix, 261 pp.  ISBN 0-8389-3307-6. ISSN 0734-7900.[Selected papers listed separately].

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[Govan]  Govan, James F.  “American Research Libraries’ Enhancement of Access to Materials, 1965-1990.”  In  Research Libraries--Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A Selection of Papers Presented at the International Seminars, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Library Center, Kanazawa, Japan, 1982-1992, pp. 134-155.   Edited by William J. Welsh.  Westport, Ct: Greenwood, 1993.   [Contributions in Librarianship and Information Science, no. 77].  ISBN 0-313-28966.  ISSN 0084-9243.

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[Graham (b)] Graham, Peter S.  "Intellectual Preservation in the Electronic Environment."  In After the Electronic Revolution, Will You Be the First to Go?: Proceedings of the 1992 Association for Library Collections & Technical Services President's Program, 29 June 1992, American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, pp. 18-38.  Edited by Arnold Hirshon.  Chicago: American Library Association, 1993.

[Graham (c)] Graham, Tom.  "Electronic Journals: Pricing Models." Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues, no. 162 (May 6, 1996): 161.1.  [Electronic journal, URL: <http://sunsite.unc.edu/reference/prices/prices/html>  [URL inactive, January 15, 2000].

[Graham (d)] Graham, Crystal and Rebecca Ringler.  "Hermaphrodites & Herrings."  Serials Review 22, 1 (Spring 1996): 73-77.

[Graham (e)] Graham, Peter S.  "New Roles for Special Collections on Networks."  College & Research Libraries 59, 3 (May 1998): 232-239.

[Gravano] Gravano, Luis, Kevin Chang, Hector Garcia-Molina and Andreas Paepcke.  Informal Internet Standards at Stanford. E-text. 1 p.   URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Gravano@Stanford.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

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[Gravois] Gravois, Jim.  "Announcing the GIQ Homepage on the World Wide Web."  Government Information Quarterly 15, 1 (1998): 129-138.

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[Greenberg] Greenberg, Saul and Mark Roseman.  GroupWeb: A WWW Browser as Real Time Groupware.  E-text, 5 pp.    URL: <http://www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/Redirect/grouplab/papers/1996/96-ShortPapers.CHI/7-Groupweb/groupweb.html> (Retrieved July 22, 1998).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Greenberg (a)]  Greenberg, Jane, Stuart Sutton and Grant Campbell.  “Metadata: A Fundamental Component of the Semantic Web.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 29, 4 (April/May 2003): 16-18.

[Greenberg (b)]  Greenberg, Jane.  “Metadata Generation: Processes, People and Tools.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 28, 2 (December/January 2003): 16-19.

[Greene] Greene, Stephan, Gary Marchionini, Catherine Plaisant and Ben Shneiderman.  “Previews and Overviews in Digital Libraries: Designing Surrogates to Support Visual Information Seeking.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 4 (March 1, 2000): 380-393.

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[Gregorio-Rodriguez]  Gregorio-Rodriguez, C., L.F. Llana-Diaz, R. Martinez-Unanue, P. Palao-Gostanza, C. Pareja-Flores and J. Á. Velázques-Iturbide.  “A System to Generate Electronic Books on Programming Exercises.”  The Electronic Library 20, 4 (2002): 314-321.

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[Gregory (a)]  Gregory, Cynthia L.  “Book Arts on the Web: An Introduction to Selected Resources.”  College & Research Libraries News 65, 4 (April 2004): 198-201.

Published also as:  Gregory, Cynthia L.  “Book Arts on the Web: An Introduction to Selected Resources.”  College & Research Libraries News 65, 4 (April 2004).  E-text.  URL: < http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2004/april04/bookarts.htm> (Retrieved November 29, 2004).
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[Gresham]  Gresham, John.  “Cyber-Plagiarism: Technological and Cultural Background and Suggested Responses.”  Catholic Library World 73, 1 (September 2002): 16-19.

[Griffin] Griffin, Stephen M.  "Taking the Initiative for Digital Libraries."  The Electronic Library 16, 1 (February 1998): 24-27.

[Griffiths] Griffiths, Andrea.  “Setting up a Subject Directory of Web Sites: A Case Study of Management Link.”  Library Management 20, 1 (1999): 12-18.

[-] Griffiths, José-Marie, ed.  ASIS '91: Proceedings of the 54th ASIS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 27-31, 1991.  Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc. for the American Society for Information Science, 1991. ISBN 0-938734-56-3.  ISSN 0044-7870. [Selected articles listed separately].

[Grochmal] Grochmal, Helen M.  "Selecting Electronic Journals." College & Research Libraries News 56, 9 (October 1995): 632-633, 654.

[Gross] Gross, Margaret and Tim Tripp.  “The Librarians’ Resource Centre: Its Technological Drivers.”  Library Computing 18, 2 (1999): 130-137.

[Grundner]  Grundner, Tom.  "Seizing the Infosphere: An Alternative Vision for National Computer Networking."  In  Emerging Communities: Integrating Networked Information Into Library Services, pp. 7-15.  Edited by Ann P. Bishop.  Champaign, Ill.: Publications Office, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois-Champaign, 1994.  ISBN 0-87845-094-7.  304 pp.

[Grycz] Grycz, Czeslaw Jan.  "Economic Models for Networked Information."  Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 11-18.

[Grygierczyk] Grygierczyk, Natalia, Onno Mastenbroek and Bas Savenije.  "Utrech Electronic Library: Planning an Ambitious Innovation."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 1 (January 1996): 45-50.

[Grzeszkiewicz] Grzeszkiewicz, Anna and A. Craig Hawbaker.  "Investigating a Full-Text Journal Database: A Case of Detection." Database 19, 6 (December 1996): 59-62.

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[Guay] Guay, Beth.  “The Elsevier-WebLUIS Connection: A Florida Venture and Adventure.”  The Serials Librarian 38, 3/4  (2000): 243-248.

Published also as: Guay, Beth.  “The Elsevier-WebLUIS Connection: A Florida Venture and Adventure.”   In From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future, pp. 243-248.  Edited by  P. Michelle Flander, Joseph C. Harmon and Jonathan David Makepeace. New York: The Haworth Press, 2000.
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[Guédon (b)] Guédon, Jean-Claude.  "Research Libraries and Electronic Scholarly Journals: Challenges or Opportunities?" The Serials Librarian 26, 3/4 (1995): 1-20.

[Guédon (c)] Guédon, Jean-Claude.  "Why Are Electronic Publications Difficult to Classify? The Orthogonality of Print and Digital Media."  In Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists, pp.17-21.  Compiled by A. King, and Diane Kovacs; edited by Ann Okerson.  4th ed.  Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, 1994. [Guédon (d)] Guédon, Jean-Claude.  "Electronic Journals, Libraries, and University Presses."  In Filling the Pipeline and Paying the Piper: Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium, November 5-7, 1994 The Washington Vista Hotel, Washington, DC, pp. 67-75.  Edited by Ann Okerson. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, Office of Scientific & Academic Publishing, 1995.

[Guédon (e)]  Guédon, Jean-Claude.  “The ‘Green’ and ‘Gold’ Roads to Open Access: The Case for Mixing and Matching.”  Serials Review 30, 4 (2004): 315-328.

[Guenther] Guenther, Rebecca S.  "The Challenges of Electronic Texts in the Library: Bibliographic Control and Access."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 251-275. Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Guenther (a)] Guenther, Kim.  "Designing and Managing Your Digital Library."  Computers in Libraries 20, 1 (January 2000): 34-36, 38-39.

[Guenther (b)]  Guenther, Kim. “Pass the Cookies and Uphold the Privacy.”  Computers in Libraries 21, 6 (June 2001): 56-58.

[Guenther (c)]  Guenther, Rebecca and Sally McCallum.  “New Metadata Standards for Digital Resources: MODS and METS.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 28, 2 (December/January 2003): 12-15.

[Gullikson] Gullikson, Shelley, Ruth Blades, Marc Bragdon, Shelley McKibbon, Marnie Sparling and Elaine G. Toms.  "The Impact of Information Architecture on Academic Web Site Usability."  The Electronic Library 17, 5 (October 1999): 293-304.

[Gurnsey] Gurnsey, John.  "Electronic Publishing: A Market Perspective." Aslib Proceedings 35, 10 (October 1983): 389-397.

[Gutierrez]  Gutierrez, Carolyn and Jianrong Wang.  “A Comparison of an Electronic vs. Print Workbook for Information Literacy Instruction.”  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 27, 3 (May 2001): 208-212.

[Guthrie] Guthrie, Kevin M. and Wendy P. Lougee.  "The JSTOR Solution: Accessing and Preserving the Past." Library Journal 122, 2 (February 1, 1997): 42-44.

[Guthrie (a)]  Guthrie, Kevin M.  “JSTOR: From Project to Independent Organization.”  D-Lib Magazine (July/August 1997).  E-text, 5 pp.   URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july97/07guthrie.html>.  (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Haas] Haas, Leslie M.  "Internet Resources for Business." College & Research Libraries News 55, 4 (April 1994): 191-194.

[Haas (a)]  Haas, Stephanie W. and Erika S. Grams.  "Readers, Authors and Page Structure: A Discussion of Four Questions Arising from a Content Analysis of Web Pages."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 2 (January 15, 2000): 181-192.

[Hackbarth] Hackbarth, Gary and William J. Kettinger.  “Building an E-business Strategy.”  Information Systems  Management 17, 3 (Summer 2000): 17-93.

[Haddow]  Haddow, Gaby.  “Focusing on Health Information: How to Assess Information Quality on the Internet.”  Australian Library Journal 52, 2 (March 2003).  E-text, 8 pp.  URL: < http://alia.org.au/publishing/alj/52.2/full.text/haddow.html>. (Retrieved May 29, 2004).

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[Hahn]  Hahn, Trudi Bellardo.  "Text Retrieval Online: Historical Perspective on Web Search Engines."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 24, 4 (April/May 1998): 7-10.

[Hahn (a)] Hahn, Saul.  "Case Studies on Developments of the Internet in Latin America: Unexpected Results." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 25, 5 (June/July 1999): 15-17.

[Haines] Haines, Annette and Alison Grodzinski.  "Web Forms: Improving, Expanding, and Promoting Remote Reference Services."  College & Research Libraries News 60, 4 (April 1999): 271-291.

[Hakala]  Hakala, Juha.  “Linking Articles and Bibliographic Records with Uniform Resource Names.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  193-199.

Published also as:  Hakala, Juha.  “Linking Articles and Bibliographic Records with Uniform Resource Names.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 193-199.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Hakim]  Hakim, Musa Abdul.  “Navigationg the Web of Discourse on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: An Annotated Webliography.” College & Research Libraries News 63, 7/8 (July/August 2002): 502-505.

[Häkkinen] Häkkinen, Päivi.  “Collaborative Learning in Networked Environments: Interaction Through Shared Workspacecs and Communication Tools.”  Journal of Education for Teaching 29, 3 (November 2003): 279-282.

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[Hammerman]  Hammerman, Carrie.  “Lessons learned in Michigan: Best Practices for Local Government.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 31, 3 (February/March 2005): 17-19.

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[Hammer] Hammer, Sebastian and John Favaro.  Z39.50 and the World Wide WebE-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Hammer@Ping.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

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[Hanka] Hanka, Rudolf and Karel Fuka.  “Information Overload and “Just-in-Time” Knowledge.”  The Electronic Library 18, 4 (2000): 279-284.

[Hanley]  Hanley, Marian. "PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information) and Safekeeping."  High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine, issue 9 (March 2004). E-text, 7 pp.   URL: <http://library.cern.ch/HEPLW/9/papers/2/>. (Retrieved March 16, 2004).

[Hann] Hann, William.  "Free Pint: Unintentionally Building a Virtual Community?"  The Electronic Library 17, 1 (January 1999): 3-5.

[Hannesdóttir] Hannesdóttir, Sigrún Klara.  “The Nordic Electronic Research Library in Different Dimensions.” The Electronic Library 18, 2 (2000): 114-120.

[Hannesdóttir (a)]   Hannesdóttir, Sigrún Klara.  “NORDINFO: Research and Academic Library Cooperation Across National Borders.”  Journal of Southern Academic and Special Librarianship 2, 1-2 (Fall 2000).  E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://southernlibrarianship.icaap.org/content/v02n01/hannesdottir_s01.html>  (Retrieved May 31, 2001).

[Harboe-Ree] Harboe-Ree, Cathrine and Andrew Treloar "Connecting the Dots Downunder: Towards An Integrated Institutional Approach To Digital Content Management."  High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine, issue 9 (March 2004). E-text, 12 pp.  URL: <http://library.cern.ch/HEPLW/9/papers/1/>.  (Retrieved March 16, 2004).

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[Harloe]  Harloe, Bart and John M. Budd.  "Collection Development and Scholarly Communication in the Era of Electronic Access."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 20, 2 (May 1994): 83-87.

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[Harnad (a)]  Harnad, Stevan.  "Electronic Journal Publishing in the Net."  ARL Newsletter, no. 156 (May 8, 1991): 2-3.

[Harnad (b)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Electronic Scholarly Publication: Quo Vadis?"  Serials Review 21, 1 (Spring 1995): 78-80.

[Harnad (c)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Implementing Peer Review on the Net: Scientific Quality Control in Scholarly Electronic Journals."  In Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 1-2, 1993, pp. 8.1-8.14.  Winnipeg, Man.: The University of Manitoba Libraries, 1994. ISBN 0-919932-02-9.

[Harnad (d)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Implementing Peer Review on the Net: Scientific Quality Control in Scholarly Electronic Journals."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 103-118.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Harnad (e)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Interactive Publication: Extending the American Physical Society's Discipline-Specific Model for Electronic Publishing."  Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 58-61.

[Harnad (f)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Post-Gutenburg Galaxy: The Fourth Revolution in the Means of Production of Knowledge."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, 1 (1991): 29-41. [Harnad (g)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Scholarly Skywriting and the Prepublication Continuum of Scientific Inquiry." Psychological Science 1, 6 (November 1990): 342-344. [Harnad (h)] Harnad, Stevan.  "On-Line Journals and Financial Fire-Walls." Nature 395, 6698 (September 10, 1998): 127-128. [Harnad (i)] Harnad, Stevan.  "The Subversive Proposal."  In Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: A Subversive Proposal for Electronic Publishing.  Edited by Ann Okerson and James O'Donnell.  Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries, 1995.  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.arl.org/scomm/subversive/sub01.html> (Retrieved August 5, 1999).

[Harnad (j)] Harnad, Stevan.  "The Post-Gutenberg Galaxy: How to Get There from Here."  The Information Society 11, 4 (1995): 285-291.

[Harnad (k)] Harnad, Stevan.  "How to Fast-Forward Learned Serials to the Inevitable and the Optimal for Scholars and Scientists."  The Serials Librarian 30, 3/4 (1997): 73-81.

[Harnad (l)] Harnad, Stevan.  "The Paper House of Cards (and Why It's Taking So Long to Collapse)."  Ariadne, no. 8 (1997). E-text, 5 pp. URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue8/harnad> (Retrieved July 19, 1997) and E-text, 5 pp. at: URL:  <http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/ariadne/issue8/harnad>  (Retrieved September 26, 2000).

[Harnad (m)] Harnad, Stevan.  "Sorting the Esoterica from the Exoterica: There's Plenty of Room in Cyberspace." The Information Society 11, 4 (1995): 305-324.

[Harnad (n)] Harnad, Stevan.  "For Whom the Gate Tolls? Free the On-Line-Only Refereed Literature." American Scientist. E-text, 5 pp.  URL:<http://www.cogsci.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/amlet.html> (Retrieved August 5, 1999) .

[Harnad (o)] Harnad, Stevan.  Learned Inquiry on the Net: The Role of Peer Review, Peer Commentary and Copyright.  E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://citd.scar.utoronto.ca/EPub/talks/Harnad_snider.html> (Retrieved January 20, 1999).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Harnad (p)] Harnad, Stevan.  "The Invisible Hand of Peer Review." Nature (November 5, 1998).  E-text, 5 pp. URL: <http://www.cogsci.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/nature2.html>  (Retrieved February 9, 2000)  [Link inactive, September 24, 2001]. [Harnad (q)] Harnad, Stevan.  E-Knowledge: Freeing the Refereed Journal Corpus OnlineComputer Law & Security Report16, 2 (2000): 78-87.   E-text, 20 pp.  URL: <http://www.cogsci.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Papers/Harnad/harnad00.scinejm.htm> (Retrieved March 14, 2000)  [Link inactive, September 24, 2001].

[Harnad (r)] Harnad, Stevan.  “The Self-Archiving Initiative.” Nature. E-text, 4 pp.  URL: < http://www.nature.com/nature/debates/e-access/Articles/harnad.html>  (Retrieved May 1, 2001).

[Harnad (s)]  Harnad, Stevan.  “Back to the Oral Tradition Through Skywriting at the Speed of Thought.”  Interdisciplines.  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.interdisciplines.org/defispublicationweb/papers/6/printable/paper>. (Retrieved January 27, 2003).

[Harnad (t)]  Harnad, Stevan,  Les Carr, Tim Brody and Charles Oppenheim.  “Mandated online RAE CVs linked to university eprint archives: Enhancing UK research impact and assessment.”  Ariadne, Issue 35 (April 30, 2003).  E-text,   URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue35/harnad/> (Retrieved May 2, 2003).

[Harnad (u)]  Harnad, Stevan, Tim Brody, François Vallières, Less Carr, Steve Hitchcock, Yves Gingras, Charles Oppenheim, Heinrich Stamerjohanns and Eberhard R. Hilf.  “The Access/Impact Problem and the Green and Gold Roads to Open Access.”  Serials Review 30, 4 (2004): 310-314.

[Harnad (v)]  Harnad, Stevan.  “Fast-Forward on the Green Road to Open Access: The Case Against Mixing Up Green and Gold.” Ariadne, issue 42 (January 2005).  E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue42/harnad/>.  (Retrieved February 1, 2005).
                The longer version published as:  Harnad, Stevan. Fast-Forward on the Green Road to Open Access: The Case Against Mixing Up Green and GoldE-text, 62 pp.  URL:
                <http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Temp/mixcrit.htm>.  (Retrieved February 1, 2005).
                Full-context version published as:  Harnad, Stevan. Fast-Forward on the Green Road to Open Access: The Case Against Mixing Up Green and Gold.  E-text , 78 pp.   URL:
                <http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Temp/mixcritcont.htm>.  (Retrieved February 1, 2005).

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[Harrington (a)]  Harrington, Deborah Lynn and Xiaodong Li.  “Spinning an Academic Web Community: Measuring Marketing Effectiveness.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 27, 3 (May 2001): 199-207.

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[Harter (a)] Harter, Stephen P.  "Scholarly Communication and Electronic Journals: An Impact Study."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49, 6 (May 1, 1998): 507-516.

[Harter (b)] Harter, Stephen P.  "The Impact of Electronic Journals on Scholarly Communication: A Citation Analysis."  The Public-Access Computer System Review 7, 5 (1996): 5-34.  E-text, 17 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v7/n5/hart7n5.html> (Retrieved August 26, 1996).

[Harter (c)] Harter, Stephen P. and Hak Joon Kim.  Electronic Journals and Scholarly Communication: A Citation and Reference Study. E-text, 13pp.  URL <http://ezinfo.ucs.indiana.edu/~harter/harter-asis96midyear.html> (Retrieved August 26, 1996).

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[Harwood (a)]   Harwood, Paul and Carolyn Alderson.  “Current Trends in Electronic Journal Publishing: An Agent’s Unique Insight into Pricing, Licensing, and Technological Aspects Based on Proximity to Publishers and Libraries.”  In E-Serials Collection Management: Transitions, Trends and Technicalities, pp. 1-20.  Edited by David C.    Fowler.  New York: The Haworth Information Press, 2004.  xx, 279 pp.  ISBN 0-7890-1754-7.

[Hasiewicz] Hasiewicz, Christina.  “bibweb: An Internet Training Course for Public Libraries.”  The Electronic Library 18, 4 (2000): 266-268.

[Hawbaker] Hawbaker, A. Craig and Cynthia K. Wagner.  "Periodical Ownership Versus Fulltext Online Access : A Cost-Benefit Analysis." Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 2 (March 1996): 105-109.

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[Hayes] Hayes, Brian.  "The Economic Quandry of the Network Publisher."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 121-132.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Hearn] Hearn, Stephen.  "Bibliographic Control in the Electronic Age."  Journal of Library Administration 22, 2/3 (1996): 123-132.

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[Hedberg]  Hedberg, Sten.  “ISBD(ER) and Its Role in the Management of Electronic Resources.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  43-56.

Published also as: Hedberg, Sten.  “ISBD(ER) and Its Role in the Management of Electronic Resources.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 43-56.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
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[Hedstrom] Hedstrom, Margaret and David Wallace.  "And the Last Shall Be First: Recordkeeping Policies and the NII."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50, 4 (April 1, 1999): 331-339.

[-] Helal, Ahmed H. and Joachim W. Weiss, eds.  Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995.  Essen: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1996. 217 pp. ISBN 3-922602-21-5. ISSN 0931-7503. [Publications of the Essen Library, 20]. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[-]  Helal, Ahmed H. and Joachim W. Weiss, eds.   Libraries and the Electronic Publishing: Promises and Challenges for the 90's: 14th International Essen Symposium, 14 October-17 October 1991.  Essen, Germany: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1992. 204 pp. ISBN 3-922602-15-0. ISSN 0931-7503. [Selected papers listed separately]. [Helling]  Helling, Bill.  "Web-Site Sensitivity to Privacy Concerns: Collecting Personally Identifiable Information and Passing Persistent Cookies."  First Monday 3, 2 (1998).  E-text, 31 pp.  URL: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_2/helling/index.html> (Retrieved February 7, 1998).

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[Henderson (a)]  Henderson, Carol C.  "NREN Policy Workshop." College & Research Libraries News 54, 1 (January 1993): 29.

[Henderson (b)]  Henderson, Tona and Bonnie MacEwan.  "Electronic Collections and Wired Faculty." Library Trends 45, 3 (Winter 1997): 488-498.

[Henderson (c)]  Henderson, Doug.  “Controversy Is not a Crisis.” Library Administration & Management 15, 1 (Winter 2001): 26-29.

[Henderson (d)]  Henderson, Kay.  Electronic Commerce in the On-line and Electronic Publishing Industry: A Business Model for Web Publishing.  E-text, pp. 37-50.  URL:
<http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/8fd9fdd2e20b8b54c12566ff003b27fe/$FILE/37-50.pdf>  (Retrieved April 11, 2003).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[-]  Henderson, Diane, ed.   ASIS '90: Proceedings of the 53rd ASIS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, November 4-8, 1990.  Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc. for the American Society for Information Science, 1990. ISBN 0-938734-48-2. ISSN 0044-7870. [Selected articles listed separately].

[Hennig]  Hennig, Nicole.  “Improving Access to E-Journals and Databases at the MIT Libraries: Building Database-Backed Web Site Called “Vera”.  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 227-254.

Published also as Henning, Nicole.  “Improving Access to E-Journals and Databases at the MIT Libraries: Building Database-Backed Web Site Called “Vera”.  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 227-254.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
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[Henzinger]  Henzinger, Monika and Steve Lawrence.  “Extracting Knowledge from the World Wide Web.”  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (January 26, 2004).  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: < http://www.pnas.org/cgi/reprint/0307528100v1.pdf >. (Retrieved March 18, 2004).

[Hepburn]  Hepburn, Peter and Francis Kayiwa.  “Creating Web Portals for a Multi-Type Library System: The Use of Open Source Code in the Chicago Library System.”  Public Services Quarterly 1, 4 (2003): 81-88.

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[Herring] Herring, Susan Davis.  "The Value of Interdisciplinarity: A Study Based on the Design of Internet Search Engines."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50, 4 (April 1, 1999): 358-365.

[Herring (b)]  Herring, Susan Davis.  “Use of Electronic Resources in Scholarly Electronic Journals: A Citation Analysis.” College and Research Libraries 63, 4 (July 2002): 334-340.

[Hert] Hert, Carol A., Elin K. Jacob and Patrick Dawson.  “A Usability Assessment of Online Indexing Structures in the Networked Environment.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 11 (September 2000): 971-988.

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[Hibbitts] Hibbitts, Bernard J.  "Last Writes? Reassessing the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace."  New York University Law Review 71, 3 (June 1996): 615-688.
[Hietink] Hietink, Mark A.  "A Publisher's View on Facilitating Optimal Awareness and Usage of a New Electronic Journal Service: Promotion and Training."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 365-372.

[High] High, Susan.  "Mommy Queerest." Women'space 3, 1 (Summer 1997): 6-7.

[Hildreth]  Hildreth, Charles R. "Preserving What We Really Want to Access, the Message, Not the Medium: Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Age."  In Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995,  pp. 78-95.  Edited by Ahmed H. Helal and Joachim W. Weiss. Essen: Universitdtsbibliothek Essen, 1996.  [Publications of the Essen Library, 20].  217 pp.  ISBN 3-922602-21-5.  ISSN 0931-7503.

[Hill (a)]  Hill, J.B., Cherie Madarash-Hill and Ngoc Pham Thi Bich.  “Digital Reference Evaluation: Assessing the Past to Plan for the Future.”  Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship 4, 2 (Fall 2003) .  E-text, 15 pp.  URL: <http://southernlibrarianship.icaap.org/content/v04n03/Hill_j01.htm> (Retrieved March 1, 2004).

[Hill (b)]  Hill, Evan.  “Some Thoughts on E-Democracy as an Evolving Concept.”  Journal of E-Government 1, 1 (2004): 23-39.

[Hillman]  Hillman, Diane I.  "'Parallel Universes" or Meaningful Relationships: Envisioning a Future for the OPAC and the Net." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 97-103.

[Hinger] Hinger, Joseph P.  "Trading Back Issues on the Internet." The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996); 249-255. [Hinnebusch] Hinnebusch, Mark.  "Z39.50 at Ten Years: How Stands the Standard?"  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 23, 3 (May 1997): 217-221.

[Hinton]  Hinton, Danielle.  “A Question of Access: The Electronic Journals Tutorial at the University of Leicester.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  91-96.

Published also as:  Hinton, Danielle.  “A Question of Access: The Electronic Journals Tutorial at the University of Leicester.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 91-96.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Hiraki]  Hiraki, Kazuki, Tatsuhiro Yonekura and Susumu Shibusawa.  “’Web-Com’: Interactive Browser for Web-Based Education.”  IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems E88, 5 (May 2005): 912-918.

[Hirshon (a)] Hirshon, Arnold.  "The Convergence of Publishing and Bibliographic Access."  In  After the Electronic Revolution, Will You Be the First to GO?: Proceedings of the 1992 Association for Library Collections & Technical Services President's Program, 29 June 1992, American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, pp. 1-8.  Edited by Arnold Hirshon.  Chicago: American Library Association, 1993.

[Hirshon (b)] Hirshon, Arnold.  "Jam Tomorrow, Jam Yesterday, But Never Jam Today: Some Modest Proposals for Venturing Through the Looking Glass of Scholarly Communication."  The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 65-87.

[-] Hirshon, Arnold, ed.   After the Electronic Revolution, Will You First to Go?: Proceedings of the 1992 Association for Library Collections & Technical Services President's Program, 29 June 1992, American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.  Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1993. [Individual chapters listed separately].

[Hitchcock] Hitchcock, Steve, Leslie Carr and Wendy Hall.  "A Survey of STM Online Journals 1990-95: The Calm Before the Storm."  In Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists, pp. 7-32.  Edited by Dru Mogge.   6th ed.  Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1996.

[Hitchcock (a)]  Hitchcock, Steve, Leslie Carr and Wendy Hall. Web Journals Publishing: A UK Perspective.  E-text, 24 pp.  URL: <http://journals.ecs.soton.ac.uk/uksg.htm>.  (Retrieved January 24, 2003).
Published also as:  Hitchcock, Steve, Leslie Carr and Wendy Hall.  “Web Journals Publishing: A UK Perspective.”  Serials 10, 3 (1997): 285-299.
[Hitchingham] Hitchingham, Eileen.  "Collection Management in Light of Electronic Publishing."  Information Technology and Libraries 15, 1 (March 1996): 38-41.

[Hodge]  Hodge, Diane M.  “Creating a Virtual Community of Learners Using WebCT: Lessons Learned.”  Journal of Technology in Human Services 22, 3 (2004): 69-78.

[Hodgkin] Hodgkin, Adam.  “Integrated and Aggregated Reference Sources: The Automation of Drudgery.”  D-Lib Magazine 8, 4 (April 2002).  E-text, 15 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april02/hodgkin/04hodgkin.html>.  (Retrieved July 19, 2002).

[Hoemann] Hoemann, George H.  Electronic Style ... the Final Frontier.  E-text, 31 pp.   URL: <http://funnelweb.utcc.uk.edu/~hoemann/style.html> (Retrieved October 19, 1997).  [URL inactive, March 30, 2000].

[Hoffman (a)] Hoffman, Irene M.  "Fundraising : A Selected List of Internet Resources."  College & Research Libraries News 56, 10 (November 1995): 692-693, 717.

[Hoffman (b)] Hoffman, Melia M., Lawrence O'Gorman, Guy A. Story, James Q. Arnold and Nina H. Macdonald.  "The Right PagesTM Service: An Image-Based Electronic Library."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 44, 8 (September 1993): 446-452.

[Hoffman (c)]  Hoffman, Diane J.  “Think Links: Revisited a Year Later.”  Serials 15, 1 (March 2002): 47-50.

[Holland] Holland, Matt.  "Diffusion of Innovation Theories and Their Relevance to Understanding the Role of Librarians When Introducing Users to Networked Information."  The Electronic Library 15, 5 (October 1997): 389-394.

[Holley]  Holley, Robert and Ronald R. Powell.  “Student Satisfaction with Electronic Library Resources at Wayne State University.” Journal of Access Services 2, 1 (2004): 41-62.

[-] Holley, Beth and Mary Ann Sheble, eds.  A Kaleidoscope of Choices: Reshaping Roles and Opportunities for Serialists.  New York Haworth Press, 1995. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Holmes] Holmes, Jim.  "Cataloging E-Journals at the University of Texas at Austin: A Brief Overview."  The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 171-176. [Holmes (a)]  Holmes, John.  “Online Learning Objects: Helping Faculty Teach Information Literacy (and More).”  Public Services Quarterly 1, 4 (2003): 1-9.

[Holt] Holt, Glen E.  "Balancing Buildings, Books, Bytes, and Bucks: Steps to Secure the Public Library Future in the Internet Age." Library Trends 46, 1 (Summer 1997): 92-116.

[Hong] Hong, Yan and Hongjie Wang.  "Confronting the Challenge of Electronic Document Delivery: A Literature Review."  Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Information Supply 7, 3 (1997): 3-12.

[Hoorebeek]  Hoorebeek, Mark.  “eBooks, Libraries and Peer-to-Peer File-sharing.”  Australian Library Journal 52, 2 (March 2003). E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://alia.org.au/publishing/alj/52.2/full.text/hoorebeek.html>. (Retrieved May 29, 2004).

[Hormia-Poutanen]  Hormia-Poutanen, Kristina.  “Licensing Electronic Journals in Finland.”  Serials 14, 2 (July 2001): 129-133.

[Horowitz] Horowitz, Lisa R.  CETH Workshop on Documenting Electronic Texys, May 16-18, 1994, Radisson Hotel, Somerset, NJ.  New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities, 1994. (Technical Report, no. 2).

[Howden]  Howden, Jan.  “Real@Caledonian: The Learning Café.“ Serials 17, 1 (March 2004): 15-18.

[Hruska] Hruska, Martha.  "Remote Internet Serials in the OPAC?" Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 68-70.

[Hsieh-Yee]  Hsieh-Yee, Ingrid.  “Cataloging and Metadata Education in North American LIS Programs.”  Library Resources & Technical Services 48, 1 (January 2004): 59-68.

[Hsieh-Yee (a)]  Hsieh-Yee, Ingrid.  “Cataloguing and Metadata Education.”  In  Metadata Applications and Management, pp. 204-234.  Edited by G.E. Gorman and Daniel G. Dorner. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2004.  (International Yearbook of Library and Information Management, 2003/2004).  XXIV, 359 pp.  ISBN 0-8108-4980-1.

[Hsu]  Hsu, Chun-Nan, Chia-Hui Chang, Chang-Huain Hsieh, Jiann-Jyh Lu and Chien-Chi Chang.  “Reconfigurable Web Wrapper Agents for Biological Information Integration.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 56, 5 (March 2005): 505-517.

[Hughes]  Hughes, John.  “Outsourcing Electronic Journal Licensing and Negotiation; or, How to Make E-Journal Acquisitions and Licensing Processes as Boring as Ordering Print Journals.”  The Serials Librarian 42, 3/4 (2002): 183-189.

Published also as: Hughes, John.  “Outsourcing Electronic Journal Licensing and Negotiation; or, How to Make E-Journal Acquisitions and Licensing Processes as Boring as Ordering Print Journals.” In NASIG 2001: A Serials Odyssey, pp. 183-189.  Edited by Susan L. Scheiberg and Shelley Neville.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Huang]  Huang, Chaomeng James and Mei-Hui Chao.  “Managing WWW in Public Administration: Uses and Misuses. " Government Information Quarterly 18, 3 (May-June 2001): 357-373.

[Huang (a)]  Huang, Zan, Wingyan Chung and Hsinchun Chen.  “A Graph Model for E-Commerce Recommender System.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 3 (February 1, 2004): 259-274.

[Huber]  Huber, Jeffrey T.. Kathryn E. Peek, Joslyn W. Fisher, John Hesse and Sandy Frieden.  “Evaluating Digital Delivery Methods for Women’s Health Information Targeting Health Professionals and Students.” Journal of the Medical Library Association 92, 2 (April 2004): 268-271. E-text.  URL: <http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/picrender.fcgi?action=stream&blobtype=pdf&artid=385310>.  (Retrieved May 29, 2004).

[Hulbert]  Hulbert, Terry.  “Measuring Up to Expectations?: Usage Data and Electronic Journals.”  Serials 15, 1 (March 2002): 7-10.

[Hunter] Hunter, Karen.  "Publishing for a Digital Library--What Did TULIP Teach Us?"  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 3 (May 1996): 209-211.

[Hunter (a)] Hunter, Karen A.  "Electronic Delivery of Scientific Information."  Drexel Library Quarterly 20, 3 (Summer 1984): 75-86.

[Hunter (b)] Hunter, Karen.  "Academic Librarians and Publishers: Customers Versus Producers or Partners in the Planning of Electronic Publishing?" Journal of Library Administration 9, 4 (1988): 35-47.

[Hunter (c)] Hunter, Karen.  "The Changing Business of Scholarly Publishing."  Journal of Library Administration 19, 3/4 (1993): 23-28.

[Hunter (d)] Hunter, Karen.  "Issues and Experiments in Electronic Publishing and Dissemination."  Information Technology and Libraries 13, 2 (June 1994): 127-132.

[Hunter (e)] Hunter, Karen.  "A Publisher's Perspective." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 14, 1 (1990): 5-13.

[Hunter (f)] Hunter, Karen.  ScienceDirect™ .  E-text, 5 pp. URL: <http://web.mit.edu/waynej/www/hunter.htm> (Retrieved October 19, 1997).  [URL inactive March 26, 2003].

[Hunter (g)] Hunter, Janne A.  "Electronic Publishing and Document Delivery on Demand: Will They Benefit the User?"  In  Electronic Document Delivery-II: Proceedings of a Workshop and Exhibition Organized by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation, Luxembourg, 18-19 December 1980, pp. 169-171.  Edited by J.R.U. Page.  Oxford: Learned Information, 1981.  214 pp.  ISBN 0-904933326.

[Hunter (h)]  Hunter, Karen.  “Electronic ILL and Document Delivery: A Publisher’s View.”  Journal of Access Services 1, 1 (2002): 179-191.

[Hunter (i)]  Hunter, Karen.  “Open Access: Yes, No, Maybe.”Nature (March 19, 2004).  E-text, 3 pp.  URL: < http://www.nature.com/nature/focus/accessdebate/3.html> (Retrieved March 23, 2004).

[Hunter (j)]  Hunter Ian.  “Building a Better Library Web Site.”  Access: The Magazine of the Ontario Library Association 10, 4 (Summer 2004): 20-21.

[Hunter (k)]  Hunter, Jane L.  “A Survey of Metadata Research for Organizing the Web.”  Library Trends 52, 2 (Fall 2003): 318-344.

[Hupp] Hupp, Stephen L.  "Internet Resources for Conservatism." College & Research Libraries 56, 7 (July/August 1995) : 464-466.

[Hurd]  Hurd, Julie M. and Ann C. Weller.  “Evolving Electronic Journals: Accomplishments and Challenges.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 1 (2004): 31-49.

[Hurtado]  Hurtado, Larry W.  "A Consortium for Refereed Electronic Journals."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 201-213. Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Husic]  Husic, Geoff.  “Orthographic Reforms in the Former Soviet Union: Some Implications for Serials and Internet Resource Catalogers.” Slavic & East European Information Resources 2, 2 (2001): 35-46.

[Huth] Huth, Edward J.  "Editing an Electronic Journal: One Foot in the Past, One Hand on the Future."  In Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 1-2, 1993, pp. 5.1-5.7.  Winnipeg, Man.: The University of Manitoba Libraries, 1994. ISBN 0-919932-02-9.

[Hutzler]  Hutzler, Evelinde and Gerald Schupfner.  “The Elektronische Zeitsschriftenbibliothek: A Successful Library Service for Electronic Journals in Germany.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 255-270.

Published also as The Elektronische Zeitsschriftenbibliothek: A Successful Library Service for Electronic Journals in Germany.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 255-270.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Hyatt]  Hyatt, Shirley.  “Developments in Cataloguing and Metadata.”  In  Metadata Applications and Management, pp. 235-250.  Edited by G.E. Gorman and Daniel G. Dorner. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2004.  (International Yearbook of Library and Information Management, 2003/2004).  XXIV, 359 pp.  ISBN 0-8108-4980-1.

[Hylton]  Hylton, Jeremy.  Creating Collections With a Distributed Indexing InfrastructureE-text, 2 pp. URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Hylton@CNRI.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Hynes]  Hynes, Geraldine E. and Robert H. Stretcher.  “Business Schools’ Policies Regarding Publications in Electronic Journals.”  Journal of Education for Business 81, 2 (November/December 2005): 73-80.

[Iannella]  Iannella, Renato.  "TURNIP: The URN Interoperability Project." D-Lib Magazine (March 1996). E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/march96/briefings/03turnip.html> (Retrieved December 4, 1996).

[Ingoldsby (a)]  Ingoldsby, Tim.  “Searching for the Holy Grail: Rendering Math on the Web.”  Electronic Publishing News, issue 15 (July 1998).  E-text, 5 pp. URL: <http://www.aip.org/epn/dec97/diglibra.html>  (Retrieved September 27, 2000). [Link inactive September 24, 2001].

[Ingoldsby b)]  Ingoldsby, Tim.  “Building the Digital Library of the FutureAIP Profits from DLI Project.”  Electronic Publishing News, issue 14 (December 1997).  E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.aip.org/epn/dec97/diglibra.html>  (Retrieved September 27, 2000).

[Isenberg] Isenberg, Doug.  "Are Pop-Up Advertisements on the Web Illegal?"  GiglaLaw.com (August 2002).  E-text, 4 pp. URL: <http://www.gigalaw.com/articles/2002-all/isenberg-2002-08-all.html> (Retrieved March 22, 2004).

[-] "The Internet: Bringing Order from Chaos."  E-text. URL: <http://www.sciam.com/0397issue.0397intro.html> [URL inactive, September 26, 1998; alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://www.sciam.com/0397issue/0397intro.html>; URL inactive, March 26, 2003]. [Selected articles listed separately].

[Ippoliti]  Ippoliti, Cinthya.  “Reading Between the Pixels: A Review of the AccessMedicine Suite of Electronic Books.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2, 1 (2005): 67-72.

[Ireland]  Ireland, Lee.  "The Web and Resource Sharing." The Electronic Library 17, 2 (April 1999): 63-64.

[Jacobs]  Jacobs, Neil, Jenny Chambers and Anne Morris.  "Document Delivery Websites." Interlending & Document Supply 27, 2 (1999): 65-70.

[Jacobs (a)]  Jacobs, Paul F. and Chriss Holland.  “Archaeology Online: New Life for Old Dead Things.”  First Monday 2, 6 (June  1997).  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issue/issue2_6/jacobs/index.html> (Retrieved June 7, 1997).  [URL inactive, April 26, 2006].

[Jacox]  Jacox, Corinne and Brian Striman.  "Internet Resources for Law."  College & Research Libraries News 56, 9 (January 1995): 18-20.

[Jacsó] Jacsó, Péter.  “xrefer: An Excellent British Dot-Com: This Free Service Integrates the Best U.K. Ready-Reference Sources.”  Information Today 18, 4 (April 2001).  E-text, 3 pp.  URL: < http://www.infotoday.com/it/apr01/jacso.htm> (Retrieved July 19, 2002).

[Jackson]  Jackson, Mary E.  "Document Delivery Over the Internet."  Online 17, 2 (March 1993): 14-21.

[Jaeger]  Jaeger, John.  “World Religions on the Web.” College & Research Libraries News 63, 3 (June 2002): 426-429.

[Jaguszewski]  Jaguszewski, Janice M. and Laura K. Probst.  “The Impact of Electronic Resources on Serial Cancellations and Remote Storage Decisions in Academic Research Libraries.”   Library Trends 48, 4 (Spring 2000): 799-820.

[Janes]  Janes, Joseph W. and Louis B. Rosenfeld.  "Networked Information Retrieval and Organization: Issues and Questions."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 47, 9 (September 1996): 711-715.

[James]  James, Frank.  "Electronic Publication--Does It Count?"  IPCT: Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century 1, 1 (January 1996): 34-56. E-text, 16 pp.  URL <http://www.helsinki.fi/science/optek/1996/n1/james.txt> (Retrieved July 12, 1996).

[James-Catalano] James-Catalano, Cynthia N.  "Wanderlust." Internet World 8, 4 (April 1997): 28, 30.

[Jankowska] Jankowska, Maria Anna.  "Printed Versus Electronic: Policy Issues in the Case of the Environmental Journal."  Serials Review 20, 3 (Fall 1994): 17-22.

[Jansen]  Jansen, Bernard J. and  Amanda Spink.  “Methodological Approach in Discovering User Search Patterns through Web Log Analysis.” Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 27, 1 (October/November 2000): 15-17.

[Jayne]  Jayne, Elaine and Patricia Vander Meer.  “The Library’s Role in Academic Instructional Use of the World Wide Web.” Research Strategies 15, 3 (1997): 123-150.

[Jeapes (a)]  Jeapes, Ben.  "Blackwell's Electronic Journal Navigator." The Electronic Library 15, 3 (June 1997): 189-191.

[Jeapes (b)]  Jeapes, Ben.  "Learning to Live with E-journals." The Electronic Library 15, 1 (February 1997): 27-30.

[Jebaraj]  Jebaraj, Franklin David and Fredrick Robin Devadoss.  “Library and Information Networks in India.”  Library Philosophy and Practice 6, 2 (Spring 2004): 1-8.  E-text, 8 pp.  URL: < http://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/~mbolin/jebaraj-networks.pdf>.  (Retrieved March 25, 2004).

[Jeng] Jeng, Ling Hwey.  "A Converging Vision of Cataloging in the Electronic World."  Information Technology and Libraries 15, 4 (December 1996): 222-230.

[Jenkins (a)]  Jenkins, Clare.  "User Studies: Electronic Journals and User Response to New Modes of Information Delivery." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 355-363.

[Jenkins (b)]  Jenkins, Fred W. and Nancy Courtney.  "Internet Resources for Classical Studies."  College & Research Libraries News 58, 4 (April 1997): 255-259.

[Jensen]  Jensen, Mary Brandt.  "Making Copyright Work in Electronic Publishing Models."  Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 62-65.

[Jepsen]  Jepsen, Erik Thorlund, Piet Seiden, Peter Ingwersen, Lennart Björneborn and Pia Borlund.  “Characteristics of Scientific Web Publications: Preliminary Data Gathering and Analysis.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 14 (December  2004): 1239-1249.

[Jimenez]  Jimenez, Michael.  “A Walk on the Wireless Side: A Bibliography.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 5 (June/July 2001): 17-19.

[Jin]  Jin, Qiang.  “Creating Up-To-Date Corporate Name Authority Records by Using Official Corporate Home Web Pages.”  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 38, 3/4 (2004): 281-290.

Published also as:  Jin, Qiang.  “Creating Up-To-Date Corporate Name Authority Records by Using Official Corporate Home Web Pages.”  In Authority Control in Organizing and Accessing : Definition and International Experience, pp. 281-290.  Edited by Arlene G. Taylor, and Barbara B. Tillett.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Information Press, 2004.
[Jog]  Jog, Vijay.  Cost and Revenue Structure of Academic Journals: Paper-Based Versus E-Journals.  E-text, 42 pp.  URL: <http://schoolnet2.carleton.ca/english/biz/economic/vijajog.html> (Retrieved April 16, 1996).  [URL inactive, April 26, 2006].

[Johnson]  Johnson, Steve.  "Library Acquisitions Pages on the World Wide Web."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 2 (Summer 1997): 195-204.

[Johnson (a)]  Johnson, Judy L.  "The Effect of Electronic Materials on Technical Services: A Report of the ALCTS Creative Ideas in Technical Services Discussion Group Meeting, American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Washington, DC, February 1997."  Technical Services Quarterly 15, 3 (1998): 80-82.

[Johnson (b)]  Johnson, Richard K.  “Whither Competition?” ARL, no. 217 (August 2001): 12-14.

[Johnson (c)]  Johnson, Qiana.  “User Preferences in Formats of Print and Electronic Journals.”  Collection Building 23, 2 (2004): 73-77.

[Johnson (d)]   Johnson, Wendell and Adam Burke.  “Invoking Digital Reference: Creation and Implementation.”  Community & Junior College Libraries 12, 2 (2003): 35-43.

[Johnson (e)]  Johnson, David R. and David G. Post.  “The New ‘Civic Virtue’ of The Internet.”  First Monday 3, 1 (1998). E-text, 26 pp.
URL: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_1/johnson/index.html> (Retrieved January 22, 1998).

[Jones (a)]  Jones, Ed.  "Serials in the Realm of the Remotely-Accessible: An Exploration."  Serials Review 22, 1 (1996): 77-79.

[Jones (b)]  Jones, Daniel H.  "Electronic Publishing: The Library's View."  The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 189-195.

[Jones (c)]  Jones, Wilma.  "A Review of Journals Dealing With the Internet."  The Serials Librarian 30, 2 (1996): 35-44.

[Jones (d)]  Jones, Wayne.  "We Need Those E-Serial Records." Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 74-75.

[Jones (e)] Jones, J. and J. Gebis.  Guide to the World Wide Web.  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <gopher://gopher.uiuc.edu:70/00/News/ACM/12.3/www> (Retrieved July 12, 1996).  [URL inactive, March 30, 2000].

[Jones (f)] Jones, Charles E. and David Schloen. "Electronic Publication of Ancient Near Eastern Texts." Ariadne, no. 22 (December 21, 1999). E-text, 14 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue22/epanet/>.  (Retrieved February 22, 2000).

[Jones (g)]  Jones, Maggie.  “The Cedars Project.” Library and Information Research News 26, 84 (Winter 2002): 11-16. E-text, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.lirg.org.uk/lir/pdf/article84a.pdf>. (Retrieved April 17, 2004).

[-] Jones, Wayne, ed.  Serials Canada: Aspects of Serials Work in Canadian Libraries.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1995. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Joo]  Joo, Jaehun.  “A Business Model and Its Development Strategies for Electronic Tourism Markets.”  Information Systems Management 19, 3 (Summer 2003): 58-69.

[Jordan] Jordan, Kelly and John Napp.  "Environmental Engineering: Protecting Health and Nature."  College & Research Libraries News 59, 10 (November 1998): 834-837, 842.

[Jordan (a)] Jordan, Mark and Dave Kisly.  “How Does Your Library Handle Electronic Serials?  A General Survey.”  Serials 15, 1 (March 2002): 41-46.

[Jordan (b)]  Jordan, William.  "TULIP at the University of Washington."  Library Hi Tech 13, 4, issue 52 (1995): 38-42.

[Jordan (c)]  Jordan, John and Lee Brintle.  "Coalition for Communication: Developing a Public Communication System."  Computers in Libraries 13, 2 (February 1993): 29-32.

[Jost]  Jost, Michael and Hans J. Becker "EULER - A Real Virtual Library for Mathematics." High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine, issue 9  (March 2004). E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://library.cern.ch/HEPLW/9/papers/5/> (Retrieved March 16, 2004).

[Jul] Jul, Erik.  "Of Barriers and Breakthroughs."  Computers in Libraries 12, 3 (March 1992): 20-21.

[Jul (a)] Jul, Erik.  "Cataloging Internet Resources: Survey and Prospectus."  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 24, 1 (October/November 1997): 6-9.

[Jul (b)] Jul, Erik.  "Revisiting Seriality and Periodicity."Serials Review 22, 1 (Spring 1996): 70-71.

[Jul (c)]  Jul, Erik.  "Cataloging Internet Resources: An Assessment and Prospectus."  The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 91-104.

[Jul (d)]  Jul, Erik.  "Just What Do You Mean by 'Electronic Journal?'" Computers in Libraries 12, 1 (January 1992): 43.

[Jul (e)]  Jul, Erik.  "Of Internauts and Internots." Computers in Libraries 12, 8 (September 1992): 52.

[Jul (f)]  Jul, Erik.  "Present at the Beginning." Computers in Libraries 12, 4 (April 1992): 44-45.

[Julian]   Julian, Gail.  “Managing Electronic Journals in Times of Change.”  The Serials Librarian 34, 3/4 (1998): 279-283.

Published also as:  Julian, Gail.  “Managing Electronic Journals in Times of Change.”    In Experimentation and Collaboration: Creating Serials for a New Millenium, pp. 279-283.  Edited by Charlene M. Simser and Michael A. Somers.  New York: The Haworth Press, 1998.
[Jun]  Jun, Wang.  “A Knowledge Network, Constructed by Integrating Classification, Thesaurus and Metadata in a Digital Library.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 28, 2 (December/January 2003): 24-28.

[Just]  Just, Matthew R.  “Internet File-Sharing and the Liability  of Intermediaries for Copyright Infringement: A Need for International Consensus.”  Journal o Information Law & Technology, issue 1 (2003).  E-text, 23 pp.  URL: <http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/jilt/2003_1/just/> (Retrieved March 25, 2004).

[Justie]  Justie, Kevin M.  “WEBrary: Putting Your In-House Databases on the Web.”  Library Computing 18, 2 (1999): 118-129.

[Kaase]  Kaase, Max.  “Political Science and the Internet.” International Political Science Review 21, 3 (2000): 265-282.

[Kalin]  Kalin, Sally W. and Roy Tennant.  "Beyond OPACs... The Wealth of Information Resources on the Internet."  Database 14, 4 (August 1991): 28-33.

[Kahin (a)]  Kahin, Brian.  "A Cooperative Framework for Enhancing Research Communication in Science and Technology."  Serials Review 20, 4 (Winter 1994): 17-19.

[Kahin (b)]  Kahin, Brian.  "Scholarly Communication in the Networked Environment: Issues of Principle, Policy, and Practice."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 277-298.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Kahin (c)]  Kahin, Brian.  "Scholarly Communication in the Network Environment: Issues of Principle, Policy and Practice." Electronic Library 10, 5 (October 1992): 275-286.

[Kahin (d)]  Kahin, Brian.  "The Copyright Law: How It Works and New Issues in Electronic Settings."  The Serials Librarian 24, 3/4 (1994): 163-172.
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[Keery]  Keery, Neville.  “The Challenge of Openness as European Union Information Goes Electronic.”  First Monday, issue 2, 12. E-text.  6 pp.  URL: <http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue2_12/keery/index.html> (Retrieved December 20, 1997).

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[King] King, David L.  "Library Home Page Design: A Comparison of Page Layout for Front-ends to ARL Library Web Sites."  College & Research Libraries 59, 5 (September 1998): 458-465.

[King (a)] King, Storm.  "Computer Bulletin Boards, A Support Network for Recovering Drug Addicts." The Arachnet Electronic Journal on Virtual Culture 2, 4 (September 27, 1994).  E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://ncsulib2.lib.ncsu.edu/stacks/e/ejvc/aejvc-v2n04-king-computer.txt> (Retrieved August 20, 1998).  [URL inactive, January 15, 2000].

[King (b)] King, David.   “Soliciting Virtual Money.” Library Journal Netconnect (Fall 2000):  39-41.

[King (c)]  King, David.  “Access to E-Serials and Other Continuing Electronic Resources at Kansas City Public Library.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 271-279.

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[Kirk] Kirk, Thomas G.  "Coalition for Networked Information: The Second Year, Part 1."  College & Research Libraries News 53, 1 (January 1992): 10-11.

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[Kirriemuir] Kirriemuir, John and Nicky Ferguson.  "UK Subject Gateways to Information on the Net." The Electronic Library 17, 2 (April 1999): 91-94.

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[Kluiters] Kluiters, Chris C.P.  "Delivering "Building Blocks" for Digital Libraries: First Experiences With Elsevier Electronic Subscriptions and Digital Libraries in Europe."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 273-279.

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[Kranich (a)]  Kranich, Nancy.  “Why Filters Won’t Protect Children or Adults?"  Library Administration & Management 18, 1 (Winter 2004): 14-18.

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Published also as: LaFond, Deborah M.  “Library Capacity Building in Africa or the Exportation of Technolust? Discerning Partnership Models and Revitalization Efforts in the Age of Globalization.”  In Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the Study of Africa, pp. 209-272.  Edited by Deborah M. LaFond, and Gretchen Walsh. Binghamton, NY: The Howart Press, 2004.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2004.
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An abbreviated version published as: Lagoze, Carl. "The Warwick Framework: A Container Architecture for Diverse Sets of Metadata." D-Lib Magazine (July-August 1996).  E-text, 10 pp.  URL: <http:www.dlib.org/dlib/july96/lagoze/07lagoze.html> (Retrieved December 4, 1996).  [URL inactive, April 28, 2006].
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[Lancashire]  Lancashire, Ian.  New Electronic Shakespeare Studies.  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://citd.scar.utoronto.ca/Epub/talks/E-Shakespeare.html> (Retrieved February 8, 1999).  [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

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[Lancaster (b)]  Lancaster, F.W.  "The Paperless Society Revisited." American Libraries 16, 8 (September 1985): 553-555.

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[Lancaster (d)] Lancaster, F.W.  "The Evolution of Electronic Publishing." Library Trends 43, 4 (Spring 1995) : 518-527.

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[-] Lancaster, F. Wilfrid, ed.  The Role of the Library in an Electronic Society: Proceedings of the 1979 Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing, April 22-25, 1979.  Urbana-Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library Science, 1980. ISBN 0-87845-053-X. [Selected papers listed separately].

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[Large (d)]  Large, Andrew and  Jamshid Beheshti.  “Interface Design, Web Portals, and Children.”  Library Trends 54, 2 (Fall 2005): 318-342.

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[Lawrence (b)]  Lawrence, Steve and C. Lee Giles.  "Searching the Web: General and Scientific Information Access."  IEEE Communication 37, 1 (1999): 116-122.  E-text, 14 pp.  URL: <http://www.neci.nj.nec.com/~lawrence/papers/search-ieee99/>. [URL inactive, February 2, 2005].

[Lawrence (c)]  Lawrence, Gregory W.  “USDA Economics and Statistical System: Remote Access to Agricultural Information.”  Library Hi Tech 15, 3-4, issue 59-60 (1997): 32-37, 135.

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[Lederer]  Lederer, Naomi.  “Internet Librarian ‘97: The Latest Developments.”    College & Research Libraries News 59, 3 (March 1998): 183-184.

[Lee]  Lee, Catherine W.  "The Impact of Electronic Globalization on Foreign Document Collections in the United States."  Journal of Government Information 23, 3 (May-June 1997): 203-212.

[Lee (a)] Lee, Stuart.   “Digitizing Intellectual Property: The Oxford Scoping Study.”  Ariadne, no. 22 (December 21, 1999). E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue22/oxfor-mellon/intro.html>.  (Retrieved February 22, 2000).  [URL inactive, March 26, 2003].

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[-] Lee, Sul H.   Declining Acquisitions Budgets: Allocation.Collection Development and Impact Communication. New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1993. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[-] Lee, Sul H., ed.  Emerging Patterns of Collection Development in Expanding Resource Sharing, Electronic Information and Network Environment.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996. ISBN 0-7890-0033-4.[Individual chapters listed separately].

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[Leja]  Leja, Ilga.  “To Digitize or Not to Digitize: Issues for Image-Based Collectionsa.”  Feliciter 44, 5 (May 1998): 53-57.

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[Lenzini] Lenzini, Rebecca T.  "Delivery of Documents and More: A View of Trends Affecting Libraries and Publishers."  Journal of Library Administration 22, 4 (1996): 49-70.

[Lenzini (a)] Lenzini, Rebecca T.  "New Partners for Collection Development."  Journal of Library Administration 24, 1/2 (1997): 113-124. [Leskien] Leskien, Hermann.  "The Impact of Electronic Publishing on Library Services." In Electronic Documents and Information: From Preservation to Access: 18th International Essen Symposium, 23 October-26 October 1995, pp. 141-148.  Edited by Ahmed H. Helal and Joachim W. Weiss.  Essen: Universitätsbibliothek Essen, 1996. [Publications of the Essen Library, 20].

[Lessons…] “Lessons of a Virtual Timetable.”  Economist.com (February 15, 2001).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: < http://www.economist.com/business/PrinterFriendly.cfm?Story_ID=505047&CFID=1085280&CFTOKEN=43999802 >  (Retrieved February 16, 2001).

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[Li,] Li, Xia and Nancy Crane.  Electronic Sources: APA Style of Citation.  E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.uvm.edu/~xli/reference/mla.html> (Retrieved December 17, 1996).  [Link inactive September 24, 2001].

[Li (a)] Li, Xia and Nancy Crane.  Electronic Sources: MLA Style of Citation.   E-text, 4 pp.  URL: <http://www.uvm.edu/~xli/reference/apa.html> (Retrieved December 17, 1996).  [Link inactive September 24, 2001]

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[Lippincott (a)]  Lippincott, Joan.  "Digital Library Research and Development."  ARL, no. 180 (May 1995): 8-9.

[Lippincott (b)]  Lippincott, Joan.  "Network Information Resources Discovery and Retrieval."  ARL, no. 181 (August 1995): 8-9.

[Lippincott (c)]  Lippincott, Joan..  “Intellectual Property, Policy, and Networked Information.”  ARL, no. 195 (December 1997): 8-9.

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[Lorenzen]  Lorenzen, Michael.  “The Land of Confusion? High School Students and Their Use of the World Wide Web for Research.” Research Strategies 18, 2 (2001): 151-163.

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[Lougheed (a)]  Lougheed, Tim.  "Tangled in the Net: Academic Institutions Confront Communications Costs."  University Affairs (December 1995): 6-7.

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[Lovett (a)]  Lovett, Deborah G.  “PDA Security: A Conundrum for Health Care Institutions.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2, 1 (2005): 73-79.

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[Lowry (a)]  Lowry, Charles B. and Denise A. Troll.  "Carnegie Mellon University and University Microfilms International "Virtual Library Project"."  The Serials Librarian 28, 1/2 (1996): 143-169.
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[Lowry (b)]  Lowry, Charles B., Susan K. Martin and Gloriana St. Clair.  “Portal: A New Model for Digital Future.”  C&RL News 62, 5 (May 2001): 512-514, 525.

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[Luk]  Luk, Robert W.P., H.V. Leong, Tharam S. Dillon, Alvin T.S. Chan, W. Bruce Croft and James Allan.  “A Survey in Indexing and Searching XML Documents.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 416-437.

[Lupovici] Lupovici, Catherine.  "Standards and Electronic Publishing." International Cataloguing and Bibliographic Control 25, 2 (April/June 1996): 39-42.

[Luther] Luther, Judy.  "Making the Most of Electronic Journals--Library and Secondary Publisher Perspective." The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 311-316.

[Luther (a)] Luther, Judy.  "Electronic Book 98: Turning a New Page in Knowledge Management: NIST Conference."  Library Collection, Acquisitions & Technical Services 23, 2 (Summer 1999): 179-181.

[Luther (b)]   Luther, Judy.  “‘Full-Text’ Access Evaluation: Are We Getting the Real Thing?”  The Serials Librarian 34, 3/4 (1998): 301-305.

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[Lyman (a)]  Lyman, Peter.  "The Library of the (Not-so-Distant) Future,"  Change 23 (January/February 1991): 34-41.

[Lynch (a)] Lynch, Clifford.  Position Paper: Distributed Indexing/Searching Workshop.   E-text, 1 p.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Lynch@UCOP.txt> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Lynch (b)] Lynch, Clifford and Hector Garcia-Molina.  "Interoperability and the Digital Libraries Research Agenda."  Microcomputers for Information Management: Global Internetworking for Libraries 13, 2 (1996): 85-132.

[Lynch (c)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Integrity Issues in Electronic Publishing."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 133-145.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Lynch (d)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Uniform Resource Naming: From Standards to Operational Systems."  Serials Review 20, 4 (Winter 1994): 39-44.

[Lynch (e)] Lynch, Mary Jo.  "Electronic Services: Who's Doing What?"  College & Research Libraries News 57, 10 (November 1996): 661-663.

[Lynch (f)] Lynch, Mary Jo.  "How Wired Are We? : New Data on Library Technology."  College & Research Libraries News 57, 2 (February 1996): 97-100.

[Lynch (g)] Lynch, Paula M. "Partnering to Provide Electronic Access to Life-Sciences Serials: The Experience of Journal Selection for the Electronic Library Project."  The Serials Librarian 31, 1/2 (1997): 227-233.

[Lynch (h)]  Lynch, Clifford.  "The Dublin Core Descriptive Metadata Program: Strategic Implications for Libraries and Networked Information Access."  ARL, no. 196 (February 1998): 5-10.

[Lynch (i)]  Lynch, Clifford A.  "The Changing Role in a Networked Information Environment."  Library Hi Tech 15, 1-2 (1997): 30-38.

[Lynch (j)]  Lynch, Clifford.  "Identifiers and Their Role in Networked Information Applications."  ARL, no. 194 (October 1997): 12-15.

[Lynch (k)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "The Transformation of Scholarly Communication and the Role of the Library in the Age of Networked Information." The Serials Librarian 23, 3/4 (1993): 5-20. [Lynch (m)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Scholarly Communication in the Networked Environment: Reconsidering Economics and Organizational Missions." Serials Review 20, 3 (Fall 1994): 23-30.

[Lynch (n)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Serials Management in the Age of Electronic Access."  Serials Review 17, 1 (Spring 1991): 7-12.

[Lynch (o)]Lynch, Clifford A.  "From Telecommunications to Networking: The MELVYL* Online Union Catalog and the Development of Intercampus Networks at the University of California."  Librarary Hi Tech 7, 2, issue 26 (1989): 61-83.

[Lynch (p)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "The Development of Electronic Publishing and Digital Library Collections on the NREN."  Electronic Networking: Research, Applications, and Policy 1, 2 (Winter 1991): 6-22.

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[Lynch (r)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Linking Library Automation Systems in the Internet: Functional Requirements, Planning, and Policy Issues."  Librarary Hi Tech 7, 2, issue 26 (1989): 7-18.

[Lynch (s)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Reaction, Response, and Realization: From the Crisis in Scholarly Communication to the Age of Networked Information." Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 107-112.

[Lynch (t)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "The Roles of Libraries in Access to Networked Information: Cautionary Tales from the Era of Broadcasting."  In Emerging Communities: Integrating Networked Information Into Library Services, pp. 120-132.  Edited by Ann P. Bishop.  Champaign, Ill.: Publications Office, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois-Champaign, 1994.  ISBN 0-87845-094-7.  304 pp.

[Lynch (u)] Lynch, Clifford.  "Searching the Internet." E-text, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.sciam.com/0397issue/0397lynch.html> (Retrieved April 5, 1997).  [URL inactive, March 26, 2003].

[Lynch (v)] Lynch, Clifford A.  "Visions of Electronic Libraries."  In The Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac, 75-82.  Edited by Filomena Simora.  36th ed.  New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 1991.

[Lynch (w)]  Lynch, Clifford. "State of the Internet." Access ‘97: Integration or Fragmentation? September 29--October 1, 1997, Metropolitan Centre, Calgary, Alberta: The Fifth Annual Conference on WWW Applications for Libraries. Hosted by University of Calgary Library. E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.ucalgary.ca/library/access97/lynch/index.html> (Retrieved November 29, 1997).  [URL inactive, April 28, 2006].

[Lynch (x)]  Lynch, Clifford A. and Edwin B. Brownrigg.  "Library Applications of Electronic Imaging Technology."  Information Technologies and Libraries 5, 2 (1986): 100-105.

[Lynch (y)]  Lynch, Clifford A. and Edwin B. Brownrigg.  "The Telecommunications Landscape: 1986." Library Journal 111, 16 (October 1, 1986): 40-46.

[Lynch (z)]  Lynch, Clifford A.     “Metadata Harvesting and the Open Archives Iniative.”  ARL, no. 217 (August 2001): 1-9.

[Lynden] Lynden, Frederick C.  "Will Electronic Information Finally Result in Real Resource Sharing?"  Journal of Library Administration 24, 1/2 (1996): 47-72.

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[Lyons]  Lyons, Patrice A.  “Managing Access to Digital Information: Some Basic terminology Issues.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 24, 2 (December/January 1998): 21-24.

[Ma] Ma, Wei.  “The Near Future Trend: Combining Web Access and Local CD Networks. Experience and a Few Suggestions.”  The Electronic Library 16, 1 (February 1998): 49-54.

[Ma (a)]  Ma, Yan.  “A Design Analysis Model for Developing World Wide Web Web Sites.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 7 (May 2002): 531-535.

[Mabry] Mabry, Celia Hales.  "Teaching Electronic Sources--With a Difference."  Research Strategies 18, 1 (Winter 1997): 52-55.

[Macaulay] Macaulay, Tyson.  "Cutting Off Access to Government Information: Loopholes in the Access to Information Act Generated by the Information Highway."  Journal of Government Information 24, 1 (January/February 1997): 1-8.

[MacColl] MacColl, John.  “Delivering the Electronic Library: The ARIADNE Reader.”  Ariadne, no. 22 (December 21, 1999). E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue22/ariadne-reader/intro.html>.  (Retrieved February 22, 2000).

[MacDougall] MacDougall, Susan.  "Rethinking Indexing: the Impact of the Internet."  The Australian Library Journal 45, 4 (November 1996): 281-285.

[MacEwan (a)] MacEwan, Bonnie and Mira Geffner.  "The CIC Electronic Journals Collection Project."  The Serials Librarian 31, 1/2 (1997): 191-203.

[MacEwan (b)] MacEwan, Bonnie and Mira Geffner.  "The Committee on Institutional Cooperation Electronic Journals Collection (CIC-EJC): A New Model for Library Management of Scholarly Journals Published on the Internet." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 7, 4 (1996): 5-15. E-text, 6 pp. URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v7/n4/mace7n4.html>. [Mach]  Mach, Michelle.  “Leading the Change: A Report on the Internet Librarian ‘98 Conference.”  College & Research Library News 60, 1 (January 1999): 17-18.

[Machovec]  Machovec, George S.  Telecommunications, Networking and Internet Glossary.  Chicago, Ill. : Library and Information Technology Association, American Library Association, 1993.  [LITA Monographs, 4].  68 pp.  ISBN 0-8389-7697-2.

[MacIntyre]  MacIntyre, Ross.  “NESLI MARC Records: An Experiment in Creating MARC Records for E-Journals.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  183-192.

Published also as:  MacIntyre, Ross.  “NESLI MARC Records: An Experiment in Creating MARC Records for E-Journals.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 183-192.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
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[Mackie-Mason]  Mackie-Mason, Jeffrey K. And Alexandra L.L. Jankovich.  "PEAK: Pricing Electronic Access to Knowledge." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 281-295.

[MacLennan]  MacLennan, Birdie.  "SERIALST and the Global Serials Community: The Five Year Evolution of an Electronic Discussion Forum." Serials Review 22, 3 (Fall 1996): 1-21.

[MacLennan (a)]  MacLennan, Birdie.  "The Internet, Client-Server Computing, and the Revolution in Electronic Publishing."  The Serials Librarian 25, 3/4 (1995): 11-16.

[MacLennan (b)]  MacLennan, Birdie.  "Current Tools/Emerging Technologies for Advanced Web Authors: CGA, Java, Style Sheets, and More." The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 (1998): 31-39. [MacLennan (c)]  MacLennan, Birdie.  "United Kingdon Serials Group, 15th Annual Conference, 30 March-2 April 1992, Heriot-Watt University,   Edinburgh."  Serials Review 18, 4 (Winter 1992): 61-65.

[Maddox]  Maddox, John.  "Electronic Journals Have a Future." Nature 356 (April 16, 1992): 559.

[Madnick] Madnick, Stuart and Michael Siegel.  “Seizing the Opportunity: Exploiting Web Aggregation.”  MIS Quarterly Executive 1, 1 (March 2002): 35-46.

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[Maier ]  Maier, Phillip Q.  "Ensuring Extranet Security and Performance."  Information Systems Management 17, 2 (Spring 2000): 33-40.

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[Maki]  Maki, Karen.  "Resources Sharing Through Technology: Implementing a City-Wide Fiberoptic Cable Network."  Illinois Libraries 78, 4 (Fall 1996): 193-200.

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[Malinconico]  Malinconico, S. Michael.  "Librarians and Innovation: An American Viewpoint."  Program: Automated Library and Information Systems 31, 1 (January 1997): 47-58.

[Malinconico (a)]  Malinconico, S. Michael and Jane C. Warth.  "Electronic Libraries: How Soon?"   Program:Automated Library and Information Systems 30, 2 (April 1996): 133-148.

[-] Malinowski, Teresa, ed.  "Tools of the Serials Trade."  Serials Review 21, 2 (Summer 1995): 101-106. [Selected contributions listed separately]

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[Manoff (a)]  Manoff, Marlene.  Cyberhope or Cyberhype? Computers and Scholarly Research.   E-text, 14 pp.  URL: <http://libraries.mit.edu/humanities/manoff.html> (Retrieved March 8, 1999).

[Manoff (b)]  Manoff, Marlene, Eileen Dorschner, Marilyn Geller, Keith Morgan and Carter Snowden. "Report of the Electronic Journals Task Force, MIT Libraries." Serials Review 18, 1/2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 113-129.

[Manoff (c)]  Manoff, Marlene.  "Revolutionary or Regressive? The Politics of Electronic Collection Development."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 215-229.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Marcon] Marcon, Teresa.  “Depositing Electronic Products in National Libraries.”  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 22, 2 (Summer 1998): 221-223.

[Marcoux]  Marcoux, Yves and Martin Sévigny.  "Why SGML? Why Now?"  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 7 (July 1997): 584-592.

[Marcum]  Marcum, Deanna B.  "The Preservation of Digital Information." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 6 (November 1996): 451-454.

[Marcum a)]  Marcum, Deanna.  “User Community.”   In Vantage Point: Electronic Scholarly Publishing (Ebsco Subscription Services), pp. 6-8.  Birmingham, Alabama: Ebsco Industries, Inc., 1997.

[Mariner]  Mariner, Vincent A.  “El Niño: Facts, Figures, Images, and Predictions.”  College & Research Libraries News 59, 9 (October 1998): 663-666.

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[Markey]  Markey, Edward J.  "The Information Superhighway: More Than Recombinant Communications DNA."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 20, 5/6 (November 1994): 319-320.

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[Marks]  Marks, Robert H.  "The Economic Challenges of Publishing Electronic Journals."  Serials Review 21, 1 (Spring 1995): 85-88.

[Markwell] Markwell, John and David W. Brooks.  Broken Links: Just How Rapidly Do Science Education Hyperlinks Go Extinct? E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www-class.unl.edu/biochem/url/broken_links.html>.  (Retrieved October 3, 2002).

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[Martin, (b)] Martin, Giles.  "Control of Electronic Resources in Australia."  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 85-96.

[Martin (c)]  Martin, Susan K.  "Organizing Collections Within the Internet: A Vision for Access."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22, 4 (July 1996): 291-292.

[Marty]  Marty, Paul F.  "On-Line Exhibit Design: The Sociotechnological Impact of Building a Museum over the World Wide Web."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 1 (January 1, 2000): 24-32.

[Mason]  Mason, James David.  "SGML and Related Standards: New Directions as the Second Decade Begins."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 7 (July 1997): 593-596.

[Mason (a)]  Mason, Elisa.  “Human Rights on the Internet.” College & Research News 60, 8 (September 1999): 639-643, 653.

[Mason (b)]  Mason, Maureen.  “WOMENSNET: Working Online for Change.”  Women’space 2, 3 (Winter 1997): 32-33.

[Mason (c)]  Mason, Jon.  "Educational Metadata in Transition: An Australian Case Study.”  In  Metadata Applications and Management, pp. 161-181.  Edited by G.E. Gorman and Daniel G. Dorner. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2004.  (International Yearbook of Library and Information Management, 2003/2004).  XXIV, 359 pp.  ISBN 0-8108-4980-1.

[Massey-Burzio]  Massey-Burzio, Virginia.  "The Rush to Technology: A View from the Humanists."  Library Trends 47, 4 (Spring 1999): 620-639.

[Matheson]  Matheson, Donald.  “Weblogs and the Epistemology of the News: Some Trends in Online Journalism.”  New Media & Society 6, 4 (2004): 443-468.

[Mathews]  Mathews, Brian S.  “Gray Literature: Resources for Locating Unpublished Research.”  C&RL News 65, 3 (March 2004): 125-128.

Published also as: Mathews, Brian S.  “Gray Literature: Resources for Locating Unpublished Research.”  C&RL News 65, 3 (March 2004).  E-text.  URL: < http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2004/march04/graylit.htm>.  (Retrieved November 25, 2004).
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[Mathieu]  Mathieu, Richard G. and Robert L. Woodard. "Data Integrity and the Internet: Implications for Management."  Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 6, 1 (1996): 92-96.

[Mattison]  Mattison, David.  “Alice in E-Book Land: A Primer for Librarians.”  Computers in Libraries 22, 9 (October 2002): 15-21.

[Mattos] Mattos, Jodie and Joseph Yue.  “Saving Money by Using Online Bookstores.”  Computers in Libraries 20, 5 (May 2000): 42-47.

[May]  May, Andrew D.  "Automatic Classification of E-mail Messages by Message Type."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 1 (January 1997): 32-39.

[Maynard]  Maynard, Sally, Cliff McKnight and Melanie Keady.  “Children’s Classics in the Electronic Medium.”  The Lion and the Unicorn 23, 2 (1999): 184-201.  E-text, 10 pp.  URL: <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/lion_and_the_unicorn/v023/23.2maynard.html>.  (Retrieved September 9, 2002).

[Maynard (b)]  Maynard, Sally and Cliff McKnight.  “Electronic Books for Children in UK Public Libraries.”    The Electronic Library 19, 6 (2001): 405-423.

[Mays]  Mays, Brynn E. and Brian J. Boston.  “Introducing PDAs in Preclinical Medical Education.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 4 (2004): 85-91.

[McCann] McCann, Linda.  “Academic Use of Electronic Publications in Social Sciences and Humanities and Changing Roles for Libraries “  In Choosing Futures: ACRL 1997 Conference Papers.   E-text, 6 pp.   URL: <http://www.ala.org/acrl/paperhtm/d31.html>  (Retrieved February 25, 2002).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

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[McClure (b)]  McClure, Charles R., William E. Moen and Joe Ryan. Libraries and the Internet/NREN: Perspectives, Issues, and Challenges. Westport, CT: Mecklermedia, 1994. xiv, 516 pp. ISBN 0-88736-824-7. [Chapters 1-4 and 10 were written by McClure, Moen and Ryan; other chapters are listed under appropriate authors' names].

[McClure (c)]  McClure, Charles R., William E. Moen and John Carlo Bertot.  "Descriptive Assessment of Information Policy Initiatives: The Government Information Locator Service (GILS) as an Example." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50, 4 (April 1, 1999): 314-330.

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[McCone]  McCone, Gary K. and Daniel O. Starr.  "Document Delivery Using Image Transmission Over Internet: A Pilot Project at the National Agricultural Library."  In ASIS '90: Proceedings of the 53rd ASIS Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, November 4-8, 1990, pp. 36-38.  Edited by Diane Henderson.  Medford, NJ: Learned Information, Inc. for the American Society for Information Science, 1990.

[McCue]  McCue, Janet.  "Why Should a Cataloging Department Hire a Metadata Specialist?"  Library Hi Tech 14, 4, issue 56 (1996): 96-97.

[McDonald]  McDonald, Tim.  “Study: Internet Rage Hits the Information Highway.”  NewsFactor Network (April 9, 2001). E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.newsfactor.com/perl/printer/8806/>  (Retrieved April 16, 2001).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

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[McGlamery]  McGlamery, Patrick.  “Metadata and Spatial Data.”  In  Metadata Applications and Management, pp. 274-302.  Edited by G.E. Gorman and Daniel G. Dorner. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2004.  (International Yearbook of Library and Information Management, 2003/2004).  XXIV, 359 pp.  ISBN 0-8108-4980-1.

[McKay]  McKay, Sharon Cline.   “E-Business for E-Journals: Article Pay-per-View.”   The Serials Librarian  38, 1/2 (2000): 101-105.

Published also as :   McKay, Sharon Cline.   “E-Business for E-Journals: Article Pay-per-View.”   In From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future, pp. 101-105..  Edited by P. Michelle Flander, Joseph C. Harmon and Jonathan David Makepeace.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2000.
[McKiernan]  McKiernan, Gerry.  Just-in -Time(ism): Electronic Article Delivery Services: Projects, Research, Products and Services. E-text, 17 pp.  URL: <http://www.public.iastate.edu/~CYBERSTACKS/Just.htm> (Retrieved October 8, 1998).

[McKiernan (a)]  McKiernan, Gerry.  “E Is for Everything: The Extra-Ordinary, Evolutionary [E-]Journal.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 293-321.

Published also as Cleyle, Susan.  “E-Books: Should We Be Afraid?”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 293-321.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[McKiernan (b)]  McKiernan, Gerry.   “Open Archives Initiative Data Providers. Part 1: General.”  Library Hi Tech News, no. 3 (2004): 11-19.  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://www.public.iastate.edu/~gerrymck/OAI-DP-I.pdf>.  (Retrieved April 15, 2004).

[McKiernan (c)]  McKiernan, Gerry.  “Rich Site Services: Web Feeds for Extended Information and Library Services.”  LLRX.com  (September 20, 2004).  E-text, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.llrx.com/features/richsite.htm>.  (Retrieved September 25, 2004).

[McKinney]  McKinney, Richard J.  "Sources of Online U.S. Legislative and Regulatory Information."  Journal of Government Information 24, 5 (September/October 1997): 383-395.

[McKinney (a)]  McKinney, Janet.  “The Development and Use of a Genre Statement for Electronic Journals.”  The Serials Librarian 36, 3/4 (1999): 429-434.

Published also as: McKinney, Janet.  “The Development and Use of a Genre Statement for Electronic Journals.”   In Head in the Clouds, Feet on the Ground: Serials Vision and Common Sense, pp. 429-434.  Edited by Jeffrey S.  Bullington, Beatrice L. Caraway and Beverley Geer.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1999.
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[McKnight]  McKnight, Cliff, Jack Meadows, David Pullinger and Fytton Rowland.  "ELVYN--Publisher and Library Working Towards the Electronic Distribution and Use of Journals."  In Proceedings of Digital Libraries ‘94: The First Annual Conference on the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, June 19-21, 1994, College Station, Texas, pp. 6-11.  Edited by John L. Schnase, John J. Leggett, Richard K. Furuta and Ted Metcalfe. College Station, TX : Hypermedia Research Laboratory, Texas A & M University, 1994.

[McKnight (a)] McKnight, Cliff, Liangzhi Yu, Susan Harker and Kathy Phjillips.  “Librarians in the Delivery of Electronic Journals: Roles Revisited.” Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 32 3 (September 2000): 117-134.

[McKnight (b)] McKnight, Cliff and Sheila Price.  “A Survey of Author Attitudes and Skills in Relation to Article Publishing in Paper and Electronic Journals.”  Journal of Documentation 55, 5 (December 1999): 556-576.

[McKnight (c)]  McKnight, Cliff.  "Electronic Journals -- Past, Present ... and Future?"  Aslib Proceedings 45, 1 (January 1993): 7-10.

[McLoughlin]  McLoughlin, Glenn J.  “Electronic Commerce.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 26, 3 (May 2000): 196-196.

[McMillan (a)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Electronic Journals: Access Through Libraries."  In The Virtual Library : Visions and Realities, pp. 111-129.  Edited by Laverna M. Saunders.  Westport : Meckler, 1993. ISBN 0-88736-860-3. 165 pp.

[McMillan (b)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Merging Perspectives."  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 105-125.

[McMillan (c)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Embracing the Electronic Journal: One Library's Plan."  The Serials Librarian 21, 2/3 (1992): 97-108.

[McMillan (d)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Technical Processing of Electronic Journals."  Library Resources & Technical Serices 36, 4 (October 1992): 470-477.

[McMillan (e)]  McMillan, Gary A. Margaret R. Dittemore and Carol Ritzen Kem.  "Internet Resources for Sociology."  College & Research Libraries News 56, 9 (October 1995): 639-641, 643.

[McMillan (f)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Technical Services for Electronic Journals Today."  Serials Review 17, 4 (Winter 1991): 84-86.

[McMillan (g)]  McMillan, Gail.  “Librarians as Publishers: Is the Digital Library an Electronic Publisher?”  College & Research Libraries News 61, 10 (November 2000): 928-931.

[MacLennan (h)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Electronic Journals: Considerations for the Present and the Future."  Serials Review 17, 4 (Winter 1991): 77-78.

[McMillan (i)]  McMillan, Gail.  "Scholarly Communications Project: Publishers and Libraries."    In  Filling the Pipeline and Paying the Piper: Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium, November 5-7, 1994 The Washington Vista Hotel, Washington, DC, pp. 135-145.  Edited by Ann Okerson.   Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, Office of Scientific & Academic Publishing, 1995.

[McMillan (j)]  McMillan, Gail.  “A New Service From Libraries: Electronic Publishing.”  In Continuity & Transformation: The Promise of Confluence: Proceedings of the Seventh National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 29-April 1, 1995, pp. 257-266. Edited by Richard AmRhein.   Chicago: Associaion of College and Research Libraries, 1995.  ISBN 0-8389-7786-3.   xiv, 479 pp.

[-]  McMillan, Gail and Marilyn L. Norstedt, eds.  New Scholarship: New Serials: Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 8th Annual Conference, June 10-13, 1993, Brown University, Providence, RI.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1994.   [Selected articles listed separately].

[McMurdo (a)]  McMurdo, George.  "Cyberporn and Communication Decency."  Journal of Information Science 23, 1 (1997): 81-90.

[McMurdo (b)]  McMurdo, George.  "Networking for Trust in Tribal Organisations."  Journal of Information Science 22, 4 (1996): 299-314.

[McMurdo (c)]  McMurdo, George.  "Networking for Trust in Tribal Organisations."  Journal of Information Science 22, 4 (1996): 299-314.

[McMurdo (d)] McMurdo, George.  "The Net by Numbers."Journal of Information Science 22, 5 (1996): 381-390.

[McMurdo (e)] McMurdo, George.  "Intranets for the Lazy." Journal of Information Science 24, 2 (1998): 123-136.

[McNeil]  McNeil, John.  "Publish Electronically or Perish." Library Acquisitions: Practice and Theory 20, 3 (Fall 1996): 359-361.

[McNutt]  McNutt, John G.  “Faith-Based Organizations and Social Policy: Internet Research Resources for Scholars and Practitioners.”  The Social Policy Journal 3, 3 (2004): 89-92.

[McNutt (a)]  McNutt, John G.  “Internet Resources for Examining Youth Political Egagement.”  The Social Policy Journal 3, 2 (2004): 79-81.

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[Meadows (b)]  Meadows, Jack, Penny Yates-Mercer and Dennis McVey.  "The Training of Library and Information Staff in the Handling of Online Electronic Journals."  Journal of Information Science 23, 2 (1997): 163-167.

[Meadows (c)]  Meadows, Jack, David Pullinger and Peter Such.  “The Cost of Implementing Electronic Journal.”  Journal of Scholarly Publishing 26 (July 1995): 167-173.

[Medeiros]  Medeiros, Norm.  "Academic Library Web Sites." College & Research Libraries News 60, 7 (July/August 1999): 527-529, 561.

[Medeiros (a)] Madeiros, Norm, Linda Bills, Jeremy Blatchley, Christee Pascale and Barbara Weir.  “Managing Administrative Metadata: The Tri-College Consortium’s Electronic Resources Tracking System (ERTS).” Library Resources & Technical Services 47, 1 (January 2003): 28-39.

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[Metz (b)]  Metz, Paul.  “Principles of Selection for Electronic Resources.”  Library Trends 48, 4 (Spring 2000): 711-728.

[Metz (c)]  Metz, Paul and Paul M. Gherman.  "Serials Pricing and the Role of the Electronic Journal."  College & Research Libraries 52, 4 (July 1991): 315-327.

[Metz (d)]  Metz, Edward.  “U.S. Military and Defense Studies: Online Resources.”  C&RL News 65, 11 (December 2004): 648-651, 656.
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[Milekic]  Milekic, Slavko.  "Designing Digital Environments for Art Education/Exploration."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 1 (January 1, 2000): 49-56.

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[Miller (b)]  Miller, Rachel.  "Emerging Patterns of Collection Development in an Expanding Resource Sharing, Electronic Information, and Network Environment: Report of a Conference."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 2 (Summer 1997): 211-219.

[Miller (c)]  Miller, Susan H.  “Creating Winning Web Sites.” Presstime ( April 1999).  E-text, 5 pp.   URL: <http://www.naa.org/presstime/9904/whirl2.html>   (Retrieved March 22, 2001).

[Miller (d)]  Miller, Rush and Sherrie Schmidt.  “E-Metrics: Measures for Electronic Resources.”  Serials 15, 1 (March 2002): 19-25.

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[Milstead]  Milstead, Jessica and Susan Feldman.  "Metadata: Projects and Standards."  ONLINE 23, 1 (January-February 1999): 32-38, 40.

[Minkel]  Minkel, Walter.  “Life’s a Beach.”  Library Journal Netconnect (Fall 2000): 42-43.

[Minow]  Minow, Mary.  “The USA PATRIOT Act and Patron Privacy on Library Internet Terminals.”  LLRX.com (February 15, 2002).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.llrx.com/features/usapatriotact.htm>. (Retrieved April 10, 2004).

[Minuti]  Minuti, Aurelia.  "Prototypes: Carleton Joeckel and the Concept of the Virtual Library."  Public & Access Services Quarterly 2, 2 (1996): 1-13.

[MIT Libraries]  MIT Libraries, Gopher and Archie Review Panel.  "Access Guidelines for Internet Resources." Serials Review 21, 1 (Spring 1995): 68.

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[Miyazaki]  Miyazaki, Michael H.  “Marrying Bibliographic and Fulltext Resources: An A&I Publisher’s View.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 217-225.

Published also as:   Miyazaki, Michael H.  “Marrying Bibliographic and Fulltext Resources: An A&I Publisher’s View.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 217-225.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
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[Moeller]  Moeller, Paul and Nathan Rupp.  “TalkLeft, Boing Boing, and Scrappleface: The Phenomenon of Weblogs and Their Impact on Library Technical Services.”  Library Resources & Technical Services 49, 1 (January 2005): 7-13.

[Mogge]  Mogge, Dru.  "ARL Directory Tracks Growth in E-Publishing." ARL, no. 196 (February 1998): 18-19.

[-] Mogge, Dru W., The ARL Directory Staff, Diane K. Kovacs and The Directory Team, comps., Dru Mogge, ed. Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists. 6th ed.  Washington, D.C. : Association of Research Libraries, 1996. ISSN 1057-1337. XXX, 1,111 pp. ISSN 105-1337. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Molholt]  Molholt, Pat.  "Libraries as Bridges; Librarians as Builders."  In Libraries and the Future: Esasys on the Library in the Twenty-First Century, pp. 17-28.  Edited by F.W. Lancaster.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1993.

[Molloy]  Molloy, Molly.  "Internet Resources for Latin American Studies."  College & Research Libraries News 54, 7 (July/August 1993): 395-396, 399.

[Monastersky]  Monastersky, Richard.  “In a First, A Species Is Named in an Electronic Publication.”  The Chronicle of  Higher Education (November 15, 2000).  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://chronicle.com/free/2000/11/200011501t.htm>  (Retrieved Nocember 22, 2000).  [URL inactive, March 26, 2003].

[Monroe]  Monroe, Hunter.  Subject: Four Different Internet Cataloguing Projects.  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.englib.cornell.edu/needscataloging/intercat.html> (Retrieved November 15, 1996).  [URL inactive Sept. 26/2000].

[Montgomery]  Montgomery, Carol Hansen.  “Measuring the Impact of an Electronic Journal Collection on Library Costs: A Framework and Preliminary Observations.”  D-Lib Magazine 6, 10 (October 2000). E-text, 16 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/october00/montgomery/10montgomery.html>.  (Retrieved October 17, 2000).

[Monty]  Monty, Vivienne.  "Electronic Journals : Publishing Paradigm." Feliciter  42, 2 (February 1996): 56-61.

[Moody]  Moody, Daniel L.  “Using the World Wide Web to Connect Research and Professional Practice: Towards Evidence-Based Practice.” Informing Science: The International Journal of Emerging Discipline 6 (2003):  31-48.  E-text.  URL: <http://inform.nu/Articles/Vol6/v6p031-048.pdf>.  (Retrieved March 30, 2004).

[Moothart (a)]  Moothart, Tom.  "Journals Online Expands the Options for E-Journal Search and Retrieval."  Serials Review 22, 3 (Fall 1996): 127-130.

[Moothart (b)]  Moothart, Tom.  "Migration to Electronic Distribution Through OCLC's Electronic Journals Online."  Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 61-65.

[Moothart (c)]  Moothart, Tom.  "Providing Access to E-Journals Through Library Home Pages."  Serials Review 22 (Summer 1996): 71-77.

[Moothart (d)]  Moothart, Tom.  "Blackwell's Periodicals Entry Into E-Journal Distribution."  Serials Review 22, 4 (Winter 1996): 83-86.

[Morehead]  Morehead, Joe.  "Electronic Marmurs from the Desk of an Ink-Stained Wretch."  The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 33-36.

[Morgan]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  "Mr. Serials Revisits Cataloging: Cataloging Electronic Serials and Internet Resources."  The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 229-238.

[Morgan (a)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  "The World-Wide Web and Mosaic: An Overview for Librarians."   The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 5, 6 (1994).  E-text, 13 pp.  URL: <http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/staff/morgan/www-and-libraries.html> (Retrieved November 12, 1996).  [URL inactive, April 28, 2006]. [Morgan (b)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  "Adding Internet Resources to Our OPACS."  Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 70-72.

[Morgan (c)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  "Description and Evaluation of the "Mr. Serials" Process: Automatically Collecting, Organizing, Archiving, Indexing, and Disseminating Electronic Serials."  Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 1-12.

[Morgan (d)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  "Possible Solutions for Incorporating Digital Information Mediums Into Traditional Library Cataloging Services." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly22, 3/4 (1996): 143-170.

[Morgan (e)]  Morgan, Josie.  “Turning a Dream into a Virtual Reality of Statewide Information Sharing.”  Computers in Libraries 21, 1 (January 2001).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.infotoday.com/cilmag/jan01/morgan.htm> (Retrieved March 26, 2001).
Published also as: Morgan, Josie.  “Turning a Dream into a Virtual Reality of Statewide Information Sharing.”  Computers in Libraries 21, 1 (January 2001): 50-55.
[Morgan (f)] Morgan, Keith and Deborah Kelly-Milburn.  "Internet Resources for Economics."  College & Research Libraries News 55, 8 (September 1994): 475-478.

[Morgan (g)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  “Electronic Books and Related Technologies.”  Computers in Libraries 19, 10 (November/December 1999): 36, 38-39.

[Morgan (h)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  “Portals in Libraries: Portal Implementation: Issues and Challenges.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 31, 1 (October/November 2004): 22-22.

[Morgan (i)]  Morgan, Eric Lease.  “Mr. Serials, an Electronic Serials Acquisitions Librarian.”  xt, 3 pp.  , 3 pp.  URL <http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/staff/morgan/mr-serials-at-NASIG.html> (Retrieved November 12, 1996)

[Morimoto]  Morimoto, Norishige.  “Digital Watermarking Technology with Practical Applications.”  Information Science 2, 4 (1999): 107-111.  E-text. URL:  <http://inform.nu/Articles/Vol2/v2n4p107-111.pdf> (Retrieved September 27, 2000).

[-] Morley, Mary and Hazel Woodward, eds.  Taming the Electronic Jungle: Electronic Information: The Collection Management Issues: Papers Presented at a Conference Organised by the National Acquisitions Group and the United Kingdom Serials Group, at Market Bosworth, Leicestershire, in May 1993. Horsforth, Leeds, UK: National Associations Group and United Kingdom Serials Group, 1993. ISBN 1-8702-6910-1. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Morozova]  Morozova, Irina and Galina Vasilenko.  “Memory of Russia.”  Slavic & East European Information Resources 2, 2 (2001): 55-57.

[Morris]  Morris, Wayne and Lynda Thomas.  “Single or Separate OPAC Records for E-Journals: The Glamorgan Perspective.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002): 97-109.

Published also as: Morris, Wayne and Lynda Thomas.  “Single or Separate OPAC Records for E-Journals: The Glamorgan Perspective.” In  E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 97-109.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Morris (a)] Morris, Sally.  “Open Access and Not-for-profit Publishers.”  Nature (March 19, 2004).  E-text, 3 pp.  URL: <http://www.nature.com/nature/focus/accessdebate/2.html>.  (Retrieved March 23, 2004).

[Morrison]  Morrison, Bob and Jill H. Ellsworth.  "Internet Resources for Distance Education."  College & Research Libraries News 55, 5 (May 1994): 256-258.

[Morton]  Morton, Elizabeth.  "Scholarly Publishing and Academic Libraries in Canada." Feliciter  43, 2 (February 1997): 20-23.

[Moss]  Moss, Jo.  "Scholars on the Net."  University Affairs (May 1997): 16-17.

[Mostafa]  Mostafa, Karim.  “What College Students Want From Online Newspapers.”  Editor & Publisher (February 12, 2000).  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.mediainfo.com/cgi-bin/easyrefer.cgi>.  (Retrieved February 14, 2000).  (URL inactive, February 2, 2005).

[Mostafa (a)]  Mostafa, Javed.  “Seeking Better Web Searches.” Scientific American (January 24, 2005).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://sciam.com/print_version.cfm?articleID=0006304A-37F4-11E8-B7F483414B7F0000> (Retrieved January 31, 2005).

[Mostert]  Mostert, Paul and Peter Fransen.  "Technical and Functional Aspects of Electronic Journal Systems Developed in TULIP and EES Projects." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 3 (Fall 1997): 347-363.

[Moule]  Moule, Lawrence.  "The Digital Library in Canada: Progress, One Page at a Time."  Information Highways 4, 2 (December 1996-January 1997): 21-27.

[Muir]  Muir, Adrienne.  "Publishers' Views of Electronic Short-Loan Collections and Copyright Clearance Issues." Journal of Information Science 24, 4 (1998): 215-229.

[Mullen]  Mullen, Allen.  “Blazing New TRAILS in Texas.” Library Computing 18, 2 (1999): 143-150.

[Mulliner]  Mulliner, K.  “E-commerce: A Collection Development Perspective: Part 1: Identification and Selection.”  Against the Grain 10, 5 (November 1998): 1, 15, 18.

[Mullins]  Mullins, Jim.  “Statistical Measures of Usage of Web-Based Resources.”  The Serials Librarian 36, 1/2 (1999): 207-210.

[Mundle]  Mundle, Kavita, Lisa Zhao and Nirmala S. Bangalore.  “Evaluative Study of Catalog Department Web Pages.”  Library Resources & Technical Services 48, 1 (January 2004): 48-58.

[Munson]  Munson, Kurt I. and Linda J. Walton.  “Assessing Reference Staff Competency in the Electronic Environment.”  Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23, 2 (Summer 2004): 33-40.

[Murphy]  Murphy, Teresa.  “Northern Numbers: Electronic Sources of Canadian Statistical Information.”    Information Highways (December 1995): 18-2-, 44.

[Murray]  Murray, I.R. and G.F. Sargent.  "Marketing Leisure Services Over the Web in a County Council." The Electronic Library 15, 2 (April 1997): 99-108.

[Musser (a)]  Musser, Linda.  "Internet Information on Hazards and Disasters: Resources for Researchers." Science & Technology Libraries 16, 1 (1996): 11-18.

[Musser (b)]  Musser, Linda and Lisa Recupero. "Internet Resources on Disasters."  College & Research Libraries News 58, 6 (June 1997): 403-407.

[Mutula]  Mutula, Stephen M.  “Internet Connectivity and Services in Kenya: Current Developments.”  The Electronic Library 20, 6 (2002): 466-472.

[Myhill]  Myhill, Martin.  "The Electronic Library and the Former Soviet Union and Mongolia." Program: Automated Library and Information Systems 31, 1 (January 1997): 23-32.

[Mylonas]  Mylonas, Elli.  The Perseus Project. E-text, 7 pp. URL: <http://arl.cni.org/scomm/symp2/Mylonas.html> (Retrieved December 23, 1996).  [URL inactive, April 28, 2006].

[Nagourney]  Nagourney, Eric.  “For Medical Journals, A New World Online.”  The New York Times (March 20, 2001). E-text, 3 pp.  [URL: < http://www.nytimes.com/2001/03/20/health/20JOUR.html?ei=1&en=4a89449cdeb195e3&ex=986097814&pagewanted=print>] (Retrieved March 20, 2001).  (URL inactive, February 2, 2005).

[Nasea]  Nasea, Melissa.  "Developing an Electronic Journal: A John Wiley & Sons Project." The Serial Librarian 28, 1/2 (1996): 139-141.

[Nash]  Nash, Stanley D., Miles Yoshimura and William Vincent.  "American History Resources on the Internet." College & Research Libraries News 57, 2 (February 1996): 82-84, 96.

[National Humanities Alliance...]  "National Humanities Alliance Basic Principles for Managing Intellectual Property in the Digital Environment." ARL, no. 192 (June 1997): 7-12.

[Naylor]  Naylor, B.  “The Future of the Scholarly Journal.”  Paper delivered at the general meeting of LIBER, 7 July 1994.   In   Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: A Subversive Proposal for Electronic Publishing: An Internet Discussion about Scientific and Scholarly Journals and Their Future, pp. 92-99.  Edited by Ann Shumelda Okerson, and James J. O’Donnell.    Washington, DC : Office of Scientific & Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1995.  ISBN 0-918006-26-0. 242 pp.

[Near] Near, Hollis.  “Select Bibliography of Resources for Internet Trainers.”  Internet Reference Services Quarterly 2, 4 (1997): 237-242.

[Neavill] Neavill, Gordon B. and Mary Ann Sheblé.  "Archiving Electronic Journals."  Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 13-21.

[Nechitailenko]  Nechitailenko, Vitaly A.  Integrated Electronic Publishing Environment: A Case Study.  E-text, pp. 187-193.  URL: < http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99/ap.nsf/08c6c2f88424ad99c12566ff002a0c10/7ba5284338d0795fc12566ff0035988a!OpenDocument>.  (Retrieved April 11, 2003).  (URL inactive, February 2, 2005).

[Neie]  Neie, Phillipp and Heather Steele.  “Infomediaries in the Internet Era: Subscription Agents as Intermediaries and Aggregators in the Electronic Publishing World--Agents of Change and Tradition.” The Serials Librarian 41, 1/2 (2002):  59-77.

Also published as:  Neie, Phillipp and Heather Steele.  “Infomediaries in the Internet Era: Subscription Agents as Intermediaries and Aggregators in the Electronic Publishing World--Agents of Change and Tradition.”  In  NASIG 2001: A Serials Odyssey, pp. 59-77.  Edited by Susan L. Scheiberg and Shelley Neville.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Nellen] Nellen, Ted.  “Internet Censorship Is Both a Menace and a Nuisance.”  Technology and Learning 19, 4 (November/December 1998): 53.  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://web7.searchbank.com/pdfserve/get_item/1/S3475adw5_3/SB997_03.pdf>. [URL inactive, March 26, 2003].

[Nelson] Nelson, Peter. "Digitizing Archival Photographs for Access and Preservation at Thomas Jefferson University: The JEDI Project." Microform & Imaging Review 25, 3 (Summer 1996): 99-106.

[Nelson (a)] Nelson, Norman.  “Legal and Liability Issues Related to nternet Access.”  Library Administration & Management 15, 1 ((Winter 2001): 14-16.

[Nelson (b)]  Nelson, Barbara K.  “Virtual Acquisitions: Acquiring Library Materials in Electronic Formats, Part II: A Report of the ALCTS AS Acquisitions Librarians/Vendors of Library Materials Discussion Group.”  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 21, 4 (Winter 1997): 515-517.

[Nentwich ] Nentwich, Michael.  "Quality Filters in Electronic Publishing." The Journal of Electronic Publishing (September 1999). E-text, 10 pp.  URL: <http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/05-01/nentwich.html>. (Retrieved April 20, 2000).

[Nesson] Nesson, Charles and David Marglin.  "The Day the Internet Met the First Amendment: Time and the Communications Decency Act." Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 10, 1 (Fall 1996): 113-135.

[Neu] Neu, C. Richard, Robert H. Anderson and Tora K. Bikson. E-Mail Communication Between Government and Citizens.  E-text, 13 pp.  URL: <http://www.rand.org/publications/IP/IP178/> (Retrieved September 23, 1998).  [URL inactive, April 28, 2006].

[Neubert]  Neubert, Michael.  “Online News from Russia via the Internet.”  Slavic & East European Information Resources 1, 1 (2000): 45-67.

[Neubert (a)]  Neubert, Michael.    “Copllection Development Headaches  and Fee-Based Online Resources from Russia.” Slavic & East European Information Resources 2, 2 (2001):59-64.

[Neuhaus] Neuhaus, Chris.  “Creating an E-Mail Brainstorm.”Library Administration & Management 11, 4 (Fall 1997): 217-221.

[Newsome] Newsome, Nancy and Eleanor I. Cook.  "More Questions Than Answers: Transition from Print Document Delivery to Electronic Document Delivery: One Consortium's Dilemma."  The Serials Librarian 31, 3 (1997): 49-65.

[Nicholson (a)] Nicholson, Dennis.  "BUBL With a Z Spells... LINK? The Reinvention of BUBL."  Computers in Libraries 16, 2 (February 1996): 82-83.

[Nicholson (b)] Nicholson, Dennis and Mary Steele.  "CATRIONA: A Distributed, Locally-Oriented, Z39.50 OPAC-Based Approach to Cataloguing the Internet."  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 127-141.

[Nicholson (c)] Nicholson, Dennis, Gordon Dunsire and Fred Guy. CATaloguing and Retrieval of Information Over Networks Applications (CATRIONA). E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <gopher://ukoln.bath.ac.uk:7070/00/Link/Catriona/catriona.pun> (Retrieved November 15, 1996). [URL inactive January 15, 2000].

[Nicholson (d)] Nicholson, Dennis.  "University Management of Locally-created Electronic Resources: The CATRIONA 11 Project."  The Electronic Library 17, 4 (August 1999): 247-255.

[Nielsen] Nielsen, Brian.  "Northwestern Affirms Fair Use Through Practice: Electronic Reserve Policy, System Developed."  ARL, no. 192 (June 1997): 6.

[Nielsen]  Nielsen, Brian.  "Finding It on the Internet: The Next Challenge for Librarianship."  Database 13, 5 (October 1990): 105-107.

[Niessen]  Niessen, James P.  "European Connections: Electronic Resources for Western Europe: A Program Sponsored by the ACRL Western European Specialists Section."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 20, 2 (Summer 1996): 226-227.

[Nissley]  Nissley, Meta J.  "Electronic Publishing: Implications for Libraries and Librarians Part I: Two Views--The Commercial STM Publisher and the Library Educator: A Report of ALCTS Electronic Publishing Discussion Group."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 18, 1 (Spring 1994): 108-110.

[Nieuwenhuysen] Nieuwenhuysen, Paul and Patrick Vanouplines.  "Libraries and the World Wide Web."  The Electronic Library 15, 2 (April 1997): 79-83.

[Nisonger] Nisonger, Thomas E.  "New Ways of Knowing, New Ways of Doing: Rethinking Collection Management in the Electronic Age." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 20, 2 (Summer 1996): 210-213.

[Nisonger (a)]  Nisonger, Thomas E.  "Acquiring and Accessing Electronic Information: Report of a Program Sponsored by the ALCTS Acquisitions Section, Technology for Acquisitions Committee; Collection Management and Development Section, Collection Development and Electronic Media Committee; and the Government Documents Round Table."  Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 18, 1 (Spring 1994): 102-104.

[Noble] Noble, Rick.  "Document Delivery and Full Text from OCLC."  The Electronic Library 14, 1 (February 1996): 57-60.

[Norman]  Norman, A.R.D.  "Assessment of the Conclusions of the Artemis Report in the Light of the Proposals Received."  In Electronic Document Delivery - II: Proceedings of a Workshop and Exhibition Organized by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation, Luxembourg, 18-19 December 1980, pp. 115-117.  Edited by J.R.U. Page.  Oxford: Learned Information, 1981.

[Norman (a)]  Norman, Michael.  “Keeping Serial Bibliographic Records Viable in Digital Age.”  Serials Review 30, 4 (2004): 329-333.

[Norris] Norris, Mark.  “Survival in the eBusiness Jungle.” Software Focus 1, 1 (September 2000): 23-26.

[Nunno]  Nunno, Richard M.  “Electronic Signatures: Technology Developments and Legislative Issues.”   The Journal of Academic Librarianship 26, 5 (September 2000): 355-358.

[Nyerges] Nyerges, Mike.  "When the Internet Knocks Unlock the Desktop."  Computers in Libraries 19, 3 (March 1999): 54-58.

[O'Connel] O'Connell, Heath B.  Physicists Thriving with Paperless Publishing.  SLAC-PUB-8357, February 2000. E-text, 14 pp.  URL: <http://www.slac.stanford.edu/pubs/slacpubs/8250/slac-pub-8357.pdf>  (Retrieved November 13, 2000).

[Oakeshott] Oakeshott, Priscilla.  "The 'BLEND' Experiment in Electronic Publishing."  Scholarly Publishing 17, 1 (October 1985): 25-36.

[OCLC Library & Information Center]  OCLC Library & Information Center.  Five-Year Information Format Trends. E-copy, 8 pp.  URL: <http://www.oclcpica.org/content/53/pdf/5yearinformationformattrends.pdf> (Retrieved April 22, 2003).  [URL inactive, April 28, 2006].

[OCLC White Paper]  OCLC White Paper on the Information Habits of College Students: How Academic Librarians Can Influence Students’ Web-Based Information Choices.  E-text, 10 pp.  URL: < http://www2.oclc.org/oclc/pdf/printondemand/informationhabits.pdf>.  (Retrieved July 31, 2002).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004; alternative URL at: <http://www5.oclc.org/downloads/community/informationhabits.pdf>].

[Oder] Oder, Norman.  "Cataloging the Net: Can We Do It?" Library Journal 123, 16 (October 1, 1998): 47-51.

[Odlyzko] Odlyzko, Andrew M.  "Tragic Loss or Good Riddance? The Impending Demise of Traditional Scholarly Journals."  InScholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 91-101.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Odlyzko (a)] Odlyzko, Andrew.  "Silicon Dreams and Silicon Bricks: The Continuing Evolution of Libraries."  LibraryTrends 46, 1 (Summer 1997): 152-167.

[Odlyzko (b)]  Odlyzko, Andrew M.  "Tragic Loss or Good Riddance? The Impending Demise of Traditional Scholarly Journals." (Condensed version).  In   Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: A Subversive Proposal for Electronic Publishing: An Internet Discussion about Scientific and Scholarly Journals and Their Future, pp. 63-73.  Edited by Ann Shumelda Okerson, and James J. O’Donnell.    Washington, DC : Office of Scientific & Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1995.  ISBN 0-918006-26-0. 242 pp.

[Odlyzko (c)]  Odlyzko, Andrew.  “Why Electronic Publishing Means People Will Pay Different Prices.”  Nature (March 25, 2004).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.nature.com/nature/focus/accessdebate/7.html> (Retrieved April 2, 2004).

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Originally published as:  Odlyzko, Andrew.  "On the Road to Electronic Publishing.”  Euromath Bulletin 2, 1 (Jun2 1996): 49-60.
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[Ogle] Ogle, Virginia and Robert Wilensky.  "Testbed Development for the Barkley Digital Library Project." D-Lib Magazine (July-August 1996).  E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://www.dlib.org/july96/berkeley/07ogle.html> (Retrieved March 16, 1997).  [URL inactive, March 30, 2000; alternative E-text available at: URL: <http://mirrored.ukoln.ac.uk/lis-journals/dlib/dlib/dlib/july96/berkeley/07ogle.html>].

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[Okerson (b)] Okerson, Ann.  "Publishing Through the Network: The 1990s Debutante."  Scholarly Publishing 23, 2 (April 1992): 170-177.

[Okerson (c)] Okerson, Ann.  "University Libraries and Scholarly Communication."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 181-199.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Okerson (d)] Okerson, Ann.  "What Academic Libraries Need in Electronic Content Licenses: Presentation to the STM Library Relations Committee, STM Annual General Meeting, October 1, 1996."  Serials Review 22, 4 (Winter 1996): 65-69. [Okerson (e)] Okerson, Ann L.  "The Electronic Scholarly Journal: Its Surprising Past and Mysterious Future."  In Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 1-2, 1993, pp. 1.1-1.8.  Winnipeg, Man.: The University of Manitoba Libraries, 1994.  ISBN 0-919932-02-9.

[Okerson (f)] Okerson, Ann Shumelda.  "Introduction."  In Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists, pp. 1-6. 6th ed.  Compiled by Dru Mogge, The ARL Directory Staff, Diane K. Kovacs and The Directory Team, edited by Dru Mogge.  Washington, D.C. : Association of Research Libraries, 1996.

[Okerson (g)] Okerson, Ann.  "Second Annual Symposium on Scholarly Publishing on the Electronic Networks, 5-8 December 1992." Serials Review 19, 3 (Fall 1993): 45-47.

[Okreson (h)] Okerson, Ann.  "With Feathers: Effects of Copyright and Ownership on Scholarly Publishing."  College & Research Libraries 52, 5 (September 1991): 425-438.

[Okerson (i)] Okerson, Ann.  "Whose Article Is It Anyway? Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues for Researchers in the 90s."  Notices of the American Mathematical Society 43 (January 1996). E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.ams.org/publications/notices/199601/okerson.html> (Retrieved November 25, 1996). [URL inactive, January 15, 2000]. [Okerson (j)] Okerson, Ann.  "Electronic Journal Publishing on the Net: Developments and Issues."  In New Technologies and New Directions: Proceedings from the Symposium on Scholarly Communication, The University of Iowa, November 14-16, 1991, pp. 51-64.  Edited by G.R. Boynton and Sheila D. Creth.  Westport, Conn.: Meckler, 1991.  118 pp.  ISBN 0-88736-879-4.

[Okerson (k)] Okerson, Ann.  "Back to Academia? The Case for American Universities to Publish Their Own Research."  Logos 2, 2 (1991).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.library.yale.edu/~okerson/case.html> (Retrieved December 6, 1996).

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[Okerson (m)] Okerson, Ann.  "Copyright or Contract?" Library Journal 122, 14 (September 1, 1997): 136-139.

[Okerson (n)] Okerson, Ann.  A Librarian's View of Some Economic Issues in Electronic Scientific Publishing: Unesco Invitational Meeting on the Future of Scientific Information, Paris, February 1996.  E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://www.library.yale.edu/~okerson/unesco.html> (Retrieved March 23, 1997).

[Okerson (o)] Okerson, Ann.  Oh Lord, Won't You Buy Me a Mercedes Benz, Or, There Is a There There. Surfaces (1994).  E-text, 7 pp.  URL: <http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/eppp-archive/surfaces/volume4/a-okerso.txt> (Retrieved November 25, 1996). [URL inactive, January 15, 2000].

[Okerson (p)] Okerson, Ann.  The Transition to Electronic Content Licensing: The Institutional Context in 1997."  In Scholarly Communication and Technology: Papers from The Conference Organized by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation at Emory University, April 24-25, 1997. E-text, 13 pp.  URL: <http://www.library.yale.edu/~okerson/mellon.html> (Retrieved February 16, 2000).

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[Okerson (r)] Okerson, Ann S.  "Buy or Lease? Two Models for Scholarly Information at the End (or the Beginning) of an Era."  Daedalus 125, 4 (1996): 55-76.   E-text, 12 pp.   URL: <http://library.yale.edu/~okerson/daedalus.html>. [Okerson (s)]  Okerson, Ann.  “On Being Scientific About Science Publishing.”  Nature (April 1, 2004).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: <http://www.nature.com/nature/focus/accessdebate/9.html> (Retrieved April 2, 2004).

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[Sandlian] Sandlian, Pam.  "Visioning the Future of the Digital Library."  Library Trends 45, 4 (Spring 1997): 582-584.

[Santhiveeran]  Santhiveeran, Janaki.  “E-Therapy: Scope, Concerns, Ethical Standards, and Feasibility.”  Journal of Family Work 8, 3 (2004): 37-54.

[Sargent] Sargent, G.  "Echo Across the Web: A Local Newspaper on the Internet."  The Electronic Library 14, 4 (August 1996): 357-363.

[Saunders] Saunders, Laverna.  "Research Libraries Initiate Scholarly Publishing Collaboration."  Computers in Libraries18, 8 (September 1998): 20-21.

[Saunders (b)]  Saunders, Laverna M.  "The Virtual Library Revisited."   Computers in Libraries 12, 10 (November 1992): 51-54.

[Saunders (c)] Saunders, Laverna M.  "The Human Element in the Virtual Library."  Library Trends 47, 4 (Spring 1999): 771-778.

[Saunders (d)] Saunders, Laverna M.  "The Virtual Library Today." Library Administration & Management 6, 2 (Spring 1992): 66-70.

[-] Saunders, Laverna M., ed.  The Virtual Library: Visions and Realities.  Westport, Conn.: Meckler, 1993. 165 pp.  ISBN 0-88736-860-3.    [Selected chapters listed separately]

[Saunders-McMaster] Saunders-McMaster, Laverna.  "Internet 2: An Overview of the Next Generation of the Internet."  Computers in Libraries 17, 3 (February 1997): 57-59.

[Sauvé] Sauvé, Diane.  "The Quebec National Library on the Web."  Library Hi Tech 15, 3-4, issue 59-60 (1997): 25-31.

[Savage] Savage, Lyon.  "The Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, 1 (1991): 42-54.

[Sawyer]  Sawyer,  Susan K.  ”Electronic Books: Their Definition, Usage and Role in Libraries.”   Libres: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal  12, 2 (September 2003). E-text, 25 pp.  URL: <http://libres.curtin.edu.au/libres12n2/Index.htm>. (Retrieved April 1, 2004).

[Saxena]  Saxena, Anshu, Amulya Khurana, D.P. Kothari and Sudhir K. Jain.  “Development of a “Flow Process Scale” to Measure Flow Among Web Users.”   Journal of Internet Commerce 2, 4 (2003): 55-86.

[Schacter] Schacter, John, Gregory K.W.K. Chung and Aimée Dorr.  "Children's Internet Searching on Complex Problems: Performance and Process Analysis."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49, 9 (July 1998): 840-849.

[Schamber] Schamber, Linda.  "What Is a Document? Rethinking the Concept in Uneasy Times."  Journal of the American Society of Information Science 47, 9 (September 1996): 669-671.

[Schankman] Schankman, Larry.  "How to Become an Internet Power User..."  College & Research Library News 55, 11 (December 1994): 718-721.

[-]  Scheiberg, Susan L. and Shelley Neville, eds.  NASIG 2001: A Serials Oddyssey.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002. [Selected submissions listed separately].

[Scheid] Scheid, Barbara L.  "Electronic Libraries: The Pros and Cons of Multimedia Access Copyright Issues, Moderated by Jane Ryland." Information Technology and Libraries 11, 1 (March 1992): 59-61.

[Schell]  Schell, Mary Beth.  “Meeting thwe Information Needs of Health Administrators: A Pilot Project.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2, 1 (2005): 41-47.

[Scheschy] Scheschy, Virginia M.  "Publishers on the Web: From Addison to Ziff."  Library Collections, Acquisitions & Technical Services 23, 1 (Spring 1999): 73-78.

[Schlieder]  Schlieder, Torsten and Holger Meuss.  “Querying and Ranking XML Documents.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 6 (April 2002): 489-503.

[Schmetzke]  Schmetzke, Axel.  “The Utility of German WWW Search Services for North American Users.”  Reference Services Review 26, 1 (Spring 1998): 43-50.

Schmitz ]  Schmitz, Cecilia M.  "Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Internet Resources."  Reference Services Review 25, 3/4 (Fall/Winter 1997): 51-78.

[-] Schnase, John L., John J. Leggett, Richard K. Furuta and Ted Metcalfe, eds.  Proceedings of Digital Libraries ‘94: The First Annual Conference on the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, June 19-21, 1994, College Station, Texas.  College Station, TX : Hypermedia Research Laboratory, Texas A & M University, 1994. 221 pp. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Schneider] Schneider, Karen G.  "The Tao of Internet Costs." The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 11, 2 (1998): 52-64.

[Schneider (a)]  Schneider, Karen G.  Plain Facts About Internet Filtering Software.  E-text,    URL: < http://www.ala.org/Content/NavigationMenu/PLA/Publications_and_Reports/Tech_Notes/Internet_Filtering_Software.htm> (Retrieved June 5, 2003).  [URL inactive, April 29, 2006]

[Scholz-Crane] Scholz-Crane, Ann.  “Evaluating the Future: A Preliminary Study of the Process of How Undergraduate Students Evaluate Web Sources.”  Reference Services Review 26, 3/4 (Fall/Winter 1998): 53-60.

[Schofield]  Schofield, John.  “The Fight for Knowledge.” Maclean’s  (December 4, 2000).  E-text, 5 pp.  URL: < http://www.macleans.ca/xta-asp/storyview.asp?viewtype=search&edate=2000/12/4&vpath=/xtarchives_boris_spassky/2000/12/04/education/44105.shtml&maxrec=18&recnum=4&searchtype=BASIC&pg=1&rankbase=144&searchstring=schofield> (Retrieved April 12, 2001).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

[Schrader] Schrader, Alvin M.  "Intellectual Freedom and Access to Information in Canada: 1998 in Review."  Feliciter 45, 1 (1999): 32-33, 37.

[Schrier] Schrier, Judith E.  "From Printed Page to Cathode Tube: The Evolution of the Laboratory Primate Newsletter."  Serials Review 22, 2 (Summer 1996): 61-70.

[Schuette] Schuette, Dave.  “Turning E-Business Barriers nto Strengths.”  Information Systems Management 17, 4 (Fall 2000): 20-25.

[Schultz]  Schultz, William.  “From the ACS Meeting: ACS Opens ChemCenter Web Site for Chemical Info.”  Chemical & Engineering News (September 2, 1996).  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://acsinfo.acs.org/hotartcl/cenear/960902/chemctr.html> (June 10, 1998).

[Schuyler] Schuyler, Michael.  "Filters: It's Not About Porn, Stupid!"  Computers in Libraries 17, 9 (October 1997): 31-33.

[Schuyler (a)]  Schuyler, Michael.  "Will the Paper Trail Lead to the E-Book?"  Computers in Libraries 18, 8 (September 1998): 40-43.

[Schuyler (b)]  Schuyler, Michael.  “Porn Alley: Now at Your Local Public Library.”  Computers in Libraries 19, 10 (November/December 1999): 32-35.

[Schuyler (c)]  Schuyler, Michael.  “Filters Revisited.” Computers in Libraries 21, 6 (June 2001):46-49.

[Schwartz]  Schwartz, Charles A.  "The Strength of Weak Ties in Electronic Development of the Scholarly Communication System." College & Research Libraries 55, 6 (March 1994): 529-540.

[Schwartz (a)]  Schwartz, Candy S.  “The 2001 Informatics Search Engine Meeting.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 6 (August/September 2001): 24-26.

[Schwartz (b)]  Schwartz, Marla J.  “Acquiring Electronic Journals: The Role of Vendors.”  Library Acquisitions: Prectice & Theory 22, 3 (Fall 1998): 358-360.

[Schwartz (c)]  Schwartz, Ray.  “Uniform Resource Identifiers and the Effort to Bring “Bibliographic Control” to the Web: An Overview of Current Progress.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 24, 1 (October/November 1997): 12-14.

[Schwartzkopf]  Schwartzkopf, Becky.  “Building an Electronic Journal Collection from the Ground Up.”  The Serials Librarian 36, 3/4 (1999): 421-428.
                Published also as: Schwartzkopf, Becky.  “Building an Electronic Journal Collection from the Ground Up.”  In  Head in the Clouds, Feet on the Ground: Serials Vision and
                Common Sense, pp. 421-428.  Edited by Jeffrey S.  Bullington, Beatrice L. Caraway and Beverley Geer.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1999.

[Schwarzwalder]  Schwarzwalder, Robert.  “An Intranet Primer.” DATABASE 22, 1 (February/March 1999): 69-72.

[Schweizer]  Schweizer, Heidi.  “E-Learning in Business.” Journal of Management Education 28, 6 (December 2004):  674-692.

[Scigliano]  Scigliano, Marisa.  “Consortium Purchase: Case Study for a Cost Benefit Analysis.”  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28, 6 (November 2002): 393-399.

[Scott]  Scott, Sharon K.  “Creating a Technical Services Department Web Site: From Planning to Publishing.”  The Serials Librarian 42, 3/4 (2002): 281-286.
                Published also as:  Scott, Sharon K.  “Creating a Technical Services Department Web Site: From Planning to Publishing.”  . In  NASIG 2001: A Serials Odyssey, pp. 281-286.
                Edited by Susan L. Scheiberg and Shelley Neville.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.

[Seadle] Seadle, Michael.  "Rebooting the East: Automation in University Libraries of the Former German Democratic Republic."  Library Hi Tech 14, 4, issue 56 (1996): 29-44.

[Seadle (a)] Seadle, Michael.  "Digitization for the Masses." Reference Services Review 25, 3/4 (Fall/Winter 1997): 119-130.

[Seaman] Seaman, David M.  "Selection, Access, and Control in a Library of Electronic Texts."  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 22, 3/4 (1996): 75-84.

[Seaman (a)] Seaman, Scott.  "Copyright and Fair Use in an Electronic Reserves System."  Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Information Supply 7, 2 (1996): 19-28.

[Secor] Secor, Glen M.  "Legal Aspects of Electronic Publishing: Look Both Ways Before Crossing the Street." The Acquisitions Librarian, no. 15 (1996): 95-110.

[Seiden] Seiden, Peggy, Kris Szymborski, and Barbara Norelli.  “Undergraduate Students in the Digital Library: Information Seeking Behavior in an Heterogeneous Environment. “ In Choosing Futures: ACRL 1997 Conference Papers.   E-text, 18 pp.   URL: <http://www.ala.org/acrl/paperhtm/c26.html>  (Retrieved February 25, 2002).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

[Seifert] Seifert, Jeffrey W. and Harold C. Relyea.  “Considering E-Government from the U.S. Federal Perspective: A Developing Practice.” Journal of E-Government 1, 1 (2004): 7-15.

[Seiler] Seiler, Lauren H. and Thomas T. Surprenant.  "The Virtual Information Center: Scholars and Information in the Twenty-First Century." In Libraries and the Future: Esasys on the Library in the Twenty-First Century, pp. 157-180.  Edited by F.W. Lancaster. New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1993.

[Seiler (a)] Seiler, Lauren H. and Joseph Raben.  "The Electronic Journal."  Society 18, 6 (September/October 1981): 76-83.

[Selberg] Selberg, Erik and Oren Etzioni.  Representations of URLs by Web Search ServicesE-text, 1 p. URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Selberg@Washington.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Senders (a)] Senders, John.   "An On-line Scientific Journal." The Information Scientist 11, 1 (1977): 3-9.

[Senders (b)] Senders, John.  "The Scientific Journal of the Future."  The American Sociologist 11, 3 (August 1976): 160-164.

[Senders (c)] Senders, John W.  "I Have Seen the Future, and It Doesn't Work: The Electronic Journal Experiment."  InScholarly Publishing in an Era of Change: Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting, Society for Scholarly Publishing, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 2-4, 1980, pp. 8-9.  Edited by Ethel G. Langlois. Washington, DC: Society for Scholarly Publishing, 1981.

[Sennema]  Sennema, Greg.  “Developing a Digital Archive with Limited Resources.”  OCLC Systems & Services: Integrated Library Perspectives 20, 2 (2004): 76-81.

[Sengupta] Sengupta, Arijit and Andrew Dillon.  "Extending SGML to Accommodate Database Functions: A Methodological Overview."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48, 7 (July 1997): 629-637.

[Seys]  Seys, Debora.  “Three-Dimensional Serials; or, How I Learned to Love Content Management on the Web.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 1/2 (2002):  101-114.

Published also as:  “Three-Dimensional Serials; or, How I Learned to Love Content Management on the Web.” In  NASIG 2001: A Serials Odyssey, pp.101-114.  Edited by Susan L. Scheiberg and Shelley Neville.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[SGML Open Staff] SGML Open Staff.  "SGML in Education: The TEI and ICADD Initiatives."  Computers in Libraries 16, 3 (March 1996): 26-28.

[Shabb]  Shabb, Cynthia.  “Electronic Collaboration: Key to Enhancing Traditional Collections.“   In Choosing Futures: ACRL 1997 Conference Papers.   E-text, 6pp.   URL: <http://www.ala.org/acrl/paperhtm/b18.html>  (Retrieved February 25, 2002).  [URL inactive, February 23, 2004].

[Shafer] Shafer, Keith.  "Scorpion Helps Catalog the Web." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 24, 1 (October/November 1997): 28-29.

[Shah] Shah, Kshitij, Haym Hirsh and Leon Shklar.   Approximating a Single Index by Combining the Results of Distributed Searches. E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://www.w3.org/Search/9605-Indexing-Workshop/Papers/Shah@Bellcore.html> (Retrieved October 4, 1997).

[Sharma] Sharma, Aashish and William Yurcik.  “The Gyandoot Digital Library Intranet.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 27, 4 (April 2001): 23-27.

[Shaw] Shaw, Susan H.  "A Symposium on Collection Management in an Electronic Environment: A Report." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 19, 1 (Spring 1995): 107-110.

[Shaw (a)]  Shaw, Suzy.  “The Internet as an Entertainment System.”  Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 21, 1 (October/November 1994): 9-11.

[-] Sheble, Mary Ann and Beth Holley, eds.  Serials to the Tenth Power : Tradition, Technology and Transformation: Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc. 10th Anniversary Conference June 1-4, 1995, Duke University, Durham, NC.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1996.  408 pp. ISBN 1-56024-840-8.  [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Shedivy]  Shedivy, Joan M.  "Cancer-Related Web Sites." Reference Services Review 25, 2 (Summer 1997): 17-32.

[Sheehy] Sheehy, Helen M.   "A Community Closer to Its Citizens: The European Union's Use of the Internet." Government Information Quarterly 14, 2 (1997): 117-142.

[-]  Scheiberg, Susan L. and Shelley Neville, eds.  NASIG 2001: A Serials Oddyssey.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Sheeran]  Sheeran, Louise, M. Angela Sasse, Jon Rimmer and Ian Wakeman.  “How Web Browsers Shape Users’ Understanding of Networks.” The Electronic Library 20, 1 (2002): 35-42.

[Shelline] Shelline, Stewart E.  "The Deseret News Web Edition." The Serials Librarian 29, 3/4 (1996): 9-18.
                Published also as: Shelline, Stewart E. "The Deseret News Web Edition." In Serials Management in the Electronic Era: Papers in Honor of Peter Gellatly, Founding Editor
                of  the Serials Librarian, pp. 9-18. Edited by Jim Cole and James W. Williams. New York: The Haworth Press, 1996.

[Sherman] Sherman, Chris.  “Reference Resources on the Web.” ONLINE 24, 1 (January-February 2000): 52-58.

[Sherman (a)]  Sherman, Chris and Gary Price.  “The Invisible Web: Uncovering Sources Search Engines Can’t See.”   Library Trends 52, 2 (Fall 2003): 282-298.

[Shikli]  Shikli, Peter.  “Electronic Newsletters and Your Web Site.”  CPCU Journal 50, 3 (Fall 1997): 172-175.

[Shill]  Shill, Harold B. and Lisa R. Stimatz.  "Government Information in Academic Libraries: New Options for the Electronic Age." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 25, 2 (March 1999): 94-104.

[Shim]  Shim, Wonsik ‘Jeff’, Charles R. McClure and John Carlo Bertot.  “Data Gathering Practices in the Networked Environment.” ARL 213 (December 2000): 6-8.

[Shipman]  Shipman III, Frank M., Richard Furuta, Donald Brenner, Chung-Chi Chung and Hao-wei Hsieh. "Guided Paths Through Web-based Collections: Design, Experiences, and Adaptations."  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 3 (February 2000): 260-272.

[Shorten]  Shorten, Jay.  “What Do Community College Libraries Do with Electronic Resources? The Practice in 2003.”  Community & Junior College Libraries 12, 2 (2004): 45-69.

[Shreeves]  Shreeves, Edward.  "Is There a Future for Cooperative Collection Development in the Digital Age?" Library Trends 45, 3 (Winter 1997): 373-390.

[Shuler]  Shuler, John A.  “Government Information Locator Services and Systems: A Challenge to Academic Library Integration Prohjects.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 27, 3 (May 2001): 224-228.

[Shuler (a)]  Shuler, John A. “Of Web Portals, E-Gov, and the Public’s Prints.”  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28, 6 (November 2002): 410-413.

[Shuler (b)]  Shuler, John A.  “XML, UDDI, and SOAP: The ‘Verbs’ and ‘Nouns’ of ‘Semantic Electronic Government Information’." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 27, 6 (November 2001):  467-469.

[Shulman]  Shulman, Stuart, Jamie Callan, Eduard Hovy and Stephen Zavestoski.  “SGER Collaborative: A Testbed for eRulemaking Data.”Journal of E-Government 1, 1 (2004): 123-127.

[Shultz]  Shultz, Susan.  “Apples.”  Journal of Agricultural & Food Information 5, 4 (2003): 77-84.

[SIGIR]   SIGIR-96 Workshop on Networked Information Retrieval, August 22, 1996.  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://ciir.cs.umass.edu/nir96/>  (Retrieved September 27, 1997).

[Silverman]  Silverman, Robert J.  "The Impact of Electronic Publishing on the Academic Community."  In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 55-69.  Edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory P. Newby.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996.

[Silvestri]  Silvestri, Fabrizio, Ranieri Baraglia, Paolo Palmerini and Massimo Serranò.  “On-line Generation  of Suggestions for Web Users.”  E-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://hpc.isti.cnr.it/~palmeri/articles/suggest2.pdf> (Retrieved July 22, 2004).

Originally published as:  Silvestri, Fabrizio, Ranieri Baraglia, Paolo Palmerini and Massimo Serranò.  “On-line Generation  of Suggestions for Web Users.”  Journal of Digital Information Management 2, 2 (June 2004): 104+.
[Simon] Simon, Rebecca.  "SCAN: Scholarship from California on the Net."  The Serials Librarian 28, 1/2 (1996): 123-128.

[Simor]  Simor, Suzanne.  “Visual Art Resources Online: Issues, Trends and Challenges.”  Art Documentation 22, 1 (2003): 33-40

[Simpson]  Simpson, Pamela and Robert Seeds.  "Electronic Journals in the Online Catalog: Selection and Bibliographic Control." Library Resources & Technical Services 42, 2 (April 1998): 126-132.

[Simpson (a)] Simpson, Donald B.  "Electronic Resources: A New Set of Questions for Resource Sharing Efforts." Collection Management 21, 1 (1996): 57-64. [Simpson (b)]   Simpson, Susan Nash, Jeffrey G. Coghill and Patricia C. Greenstein.  “The Electronic Resources Librarian in the Health Sciences Library: An Emerging Role.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2, 1 (2005): 27-39.

[-] Simser, Charlene N. and Michael A. Somers, eds.  Experimentation and Collaboration: Creating Serials for a New Millenium. New York: The Haworth Press, 1998.  442 pp.  ISBN 0789005255.  [Selected chapters listed separately].

Published also as: The Serials Librarian 34, 1/2 and 3/4 (1998).
Reviewed by Ruth Makinen in Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 24, 4 (Winter 2000): 508-509.
[Singh] Singh, Jagtar and Jack Meadows.  "Electronic Serials for Library and Information Specialists on Internet."  Aslib Proceedings 45, 9 (September 1993): 234-241.

[Singleton] Singleton, Alan.  "On-demand Publishing." Aslib Proceedings 31, 12 (December 1979): 561-582.

[Sipior]  Sipior, Janice S. and Burke T. Ward.  “A Strategic Response to the Broad Spectrum on Internet Abuse.”  Information Systems Management 19, 4 (Fall 2002): 71-79.

[Sipior (a)] Sipior, Janice S., Burke T. Ward and Nicholas M. Rongione.  “Ethics of Collecting and Using Consumer Internet Data.”  Information Systems Management 21, 1 (Winter 2004): 58-66

[Skinner] Skinner, Robert.  "Collecting Bits: The Internet as a Library Resource."  Collection Management 21, 3/4 (1996): 121-137.

[Slade]  Slade, Alexander L.  “Research on Library Services for Distance Learning: An International Perspective.”  Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning 1, 1 (2004): 5-43.

[Sleeman] Sleeman, Allison Mook.  "Cataloging Remote Access Electronic Materials."  Serials Review 21, 4 (Winter 1995): 72-74.

[Sloan]  Sloan, Bernie.  "Service Perspectives for the Digital Library Remote Reference Services."  Library Trends 47, 1 (Summer 1998): 117-143.

[Sloan (a)]  Sloan, Bernie.  Ready for Reference: Academic Libraries Offer Live Web-Based Reference Evaluating System Use. E-text, 16 pp.  URL : <http://www.lis.uiuc.edu/~b-sloan/r4r.final.htm>.   (Retrieved August 16, 2001).

[Small] Small, Harry.  "Enforcement of Individual Property Rights on the Internet."  Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 6, 1 (1996): 44-47.

[Smalley] Smalley, Topsy N.  "Partnering With Faculty to Interweave Internet Instruction Into College Coursework."  Reference Services Review 26, 2 (Summer 1998): 19-27.

[Smith] Smith, Jane and Thomas Delaney.  "Marcel: A MIME Prototype Study in Electronic Information Delivery."  Interlending & Document Supply 24, 1 (1996): 24-27.

[Smith (b)] Smith, Natalia and Helen R. Tibbo.  "Libraries and the Creation of Electronic Texts for the Humanities."  College & Research Libraries 57, 6 (November 1996): 535-553.

[Smith (c)] Smith, Philip N., David F. Brailsford, David R. Evans, Leon Harrison, Steve C. Probert and Peter E. Sutton.  "Journal Publishing With Acrobat: The Cajun Project."  Electronic Publishing 6, 4 (December 1993): 481-493.

[Smith (d)]  Smith, Alastair G.  "Testing the Surf: Criteria for Evaluating Internet Information Sources."  The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 8, 3 (1997).   E-text, 12 pp.  URL: <http://info.lib.uh.edu/pr/v8/n3/smit8n3.html> (Retrieved February 7, 1998).

[Smith (e)]  Smith, Frederic E.  "The Electronic Dorway Library Initiative."  Library Hi Tech 14, 2/3, issue 54-55 (1996): 19-31.

[Smith (f)]  Smith, Nick.  "ADONIS at Aston: From 'Just in Case' to 'Just in Time'."  In Taming the Electronic Jungle: Electronic Information: The Collection Management Issues: Papers Presented at a Conference Organised by the National Acquisitions Group and the United Kingdom Serials Group, at Market Bosworth, Leicestershire, in May 1993, pp. 97-105.  Edited by Mary Morley and Hazel Woodward.  Horsforth, Leeds, UK: National Associations Group and United Kingdom Serials Group, 1993.  ISBN 1-8702-6910-1.

[Smith (g)]  Smith, John W.T.  "The Deconstructed Journal: A New Model for Academic Publishing."  Learned Publishing 12, 2 (April 1999): 79-91.
                Published also as: Smith, John W.T.  The Deconstructed Journal: A New Model for Academic Publishing. E-text, 17 pp. URL:
                <http://libservb.ukc.ac.uk/library/papers/jwts/d-journal.htm> (RetrievedJune 2, 1999).   [Link inactive September 25, 2001].

[Smith (h)]  Smith, Abby.  Why Digitize?  E-text, 12 pp.  URL: <http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub80-smith/pub80.html>.  (Retrieved February 21, 2000).

[Smith (i)]  Smith, Beth A.  "The Library Takes the Lead: Wichita State University Proposes a University-Wide Internet Policy.” College & Research Libraries News 63, 7/8 (July/August 2002): 499-500, 509.

[Smith (j)]  Smith, Russell.  “Clinical Evidence: Overview and Comparison.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 2 (2004): 49-56.

[Smith (k)]   Smith, Alan D. and William T. Rupp.  “Online Privacy Policies and Diffusion Theory Perspectives: Security or Chaos?”  Services Marketing Quarterly 25, 3 (2004): 53-75.

[Smith (l)]  Smith, Bruce, Bruce T. Fraser and Charles R. McClure.  “Federal Information Policy and Access to Web-based Federal Information.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 26, 4 (July 2000): 274-281.

[-] Smith, K. Wayne, ed.  OCLC 1967-1997: Thirty Years of Furthering Access to the World's Information.  New York: The Haworth Press, 1998. [Selected chapters listed separately].

[Smits]  Smits, Jan.  “Expect the Unexpected: Geospatial Data Issues and Opportunities in Europe.”  Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 1, 2 (2005): 7-49.

[Snavely]  Snavely, Loanne.  "Building the Virtual Reference Shelf: How to Get the Most for Your Money." Information Outlook 1, 7 (July 1997): 24-28.

[Sneed]  Sneed, Harry and Sigfried Göschl.  “Testing Software for Internet Applications.”  Software Focus 1, 1 (September 2000): 15-22.

[-] Society for Scholarly Publishing. Scholarly Publishing: Managing Today and Planning for Tomorrow: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for Scholarly Publishing, May 21-24, 1985. Washington, DC: Society for Scholarly Publishing, 1986. ISSN 0734-8509. [Selected papers listed separately].

[Soete]  Soete, George.  "Licensing Electronic Resources: State of the Evolving Art."  ARL, no. 190 (February 1997): 6-7.[Soete (a)]  Soete, George J.   “Electronic Theses and Dissertations: The Inevitable Future.”  ARL 201 (December 1998): 10-11.

[Soete (a)]  Soete, George J.   “Electronic Theses and Dissertations: The Inevitable Future.”  ARL, no. 201 (December 1998): 10-11.

[Sollins] Sollins, Karen R.  "The Hard Problems Are Not All Solved."  Serials Review 20, 4 (Winter 1994): 34-37.

[Sonberg] Sonberg, Paul.  “Partnering in a Changing Medium: The Challenges of Managing and Delivering E-Journals.”  The Serials Librarian 34, 3/4 (1998): 295-299.

Published also as:  Sonberg, Paul.  “Partnering in a Changing Medium: The Challenges of Managing and Delivering E-Journals.”  In Experimentation and Collaboration: Creating Serials for a New Millenium, pp. 295-299.  Edited by Charlene M. Simser and Michael A. Somers.  New York: The Haworth Press, 1998.
[Soper] Soper, Mary Ellen.  "Cataloging Electronic Journals: The University of Virginia Experience."  The Serials Librarian 28, 3/4 (1996): 263-267. [Sorsa]  Sorsa, Sanna and Maria Holmlund-Rytkonen.  “Teenagers on the Net.”  Journal of Internet Commerce 2, 4 (2003): 13-33.

[Sowards] Sowards, Steven W.  "‘Save the Time of the Surfer': Evaluating Web Sites for Users."  Library Hi Tech 15, 3-4, issue 59-60 (1997): 155-158.

[Sowards (a)] Sowards, Steven W. "Novas, Niches and Icebergs: Practical Lessons for Small-Scale Web Publishers." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 5, 2 (December 1999).   E-text, 12 pp.  URL: <http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/05-02/sowards.html> .  (Retrieved February 23, 2000).

[Spector] Spector, J. Michael.  "Information Technologies and the Information Superhighway: Guest Editor's Introduction."  Computers in Human Behavior 13, 2 (May 1997): 111-115.

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[Sperberg]  Sperberg-McQueen, C.M.  "XML and the Future of Digital Libraries." The Journal of Acvademic Librarianship 24, 4 (July 1998): 314-317.

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[Wool] Wool, Gregory.  “On Pins and Needles: Using Styructured Metadata for Collocation and Browsing Capability.”  The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  169-176.
Published also as:  Wool, Gregory.  “On Pins and Needles: Using Styructured Metadata for Collocation and Browsing Capability.” In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 169-176.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Woolfrey] Woolfrey, Sandra.  "The Economics of Journal Publishing and the Rhetoric for Moving to an Journal Format." In Proceedings of the 1993 International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 1-2, 1993, pp. 2.1-2.11.  Winnipeg, Man.: The University of Manitoba Libraries, 1994.  ISBN 0-919932-02-9.

[Worlock]   Worlock, Kate.  “Open Access and Learned Societies: Will Open Access Prove a Blessing or a Curse to Learned Societies?” Nature (March 25, 2004).  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: < http://www.nature.com/nature/focus/accessdebate/8.html> (Retrieved April 2, 2004).

[Wooster]  Wooster, Donna.  “An Explanatory Study of Web-Based Supports for Occupational Therapy Students During Level II Fieldwork.” Occupational Therapy in Health Care 18, 1/2 (2004): 21-29.

Published also as: Wooster, Donna.  “An Explanatory Study of Web-Based Supports for Occupational Therapy Students During Level II Fieldwork.”  In Best Practices in Occupational Therapy Education, pp. 21-29.  Edited by Patricia A. Crist and Marjorie E. Scaffa.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2004.
[Wooster (a)]  Wooster, Donna and Kathy Lemcool.  “Brief or New: WebQuests: An Instructional Strategy for the Occupational Therapy Classroom.”  Occupational Therapy in Health Care 18, 1/2 (2004): 127-135.
Published also as: Wooster, Donna and Kathy Lemcool.  “Brief or New: WebQuests: An Instructional Strategy for the Occupational Therapy Classroom.”   In Best Practices in Occupational Therapy Education, pp. 127-135.  Edited by Patricia A. Crist and Marjorie E. Scaffa.  Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2004.
[Wright] Wright, Christopher.  "I Want to Send This Book Through the Internet!"  Interlending & Document Supply 24, 4 (1996): 3-4.

[Wright (a)] Wright, Christopher M. "Imagineering the Future of the Internet: Sketches from the 2010." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 25, 4 (April/May 1999): 26-29.

[Wright (b)] Wright, Michael.  “OCLC’s CORC Service: A User’s Perspective.” The Serials Librarian 41, 3/4 (2002):  177-182.
Published also as:  Wright, Michael.  “OCLC’s CORC Service: A User’s Perspective.”  In E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources Via the Catalog and the Web, pp. 177-182.  Edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.  New York: The Haworth Press, 2002.
[Wright (c)]  Wright, Carol A.  “The Academic Library as a Gateway to the Internet: An Analysis of the Extent and Nature of Search Engine Access from Academic Library Home Pages.”  College & Research Libraries 65, 4 (July 2004): 276-286.

[Wusteman] Wusteman, Judith.  "Electronic Journal Formats."  Program: Automated Library and Information Systems 30, 4 (October 1996): 319-343.

[Wyatt]  Wyatt, Anna May and Katherine Wong.  “The University of Oklahoma Library’s Digitization of Title Pages Project.”  Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 38, 1 (2004): 55-64.

[Wyld]  Wyld, David C.  “The 3Ps: The Essential Elements of a Definition of E-Government.”  Journal of E-Government 1, 1 (2004): 17-22.

[Wynne] Wynne, Peter M., Geoff Butters and Peter Brophy.  "Delivering the Library to Its Users: From the BIBDEL Project to the Virual Academic Library of the North-West."  Interlending & Document Supply 25, 4 (1997): 166-174.

[Xenakis]  Xenakis, Alexandros and Ann Macintosh.  “Major Issues in Electronic Voting in the Context of the UK Pilots.”  Journal of E-Government 1, 1 (2004): 53-74.

[Yamamoto] Yamamoto, Rumi.  "Another Interface: Electronic Publishing and Technical Services."  Canadian Library Journal 43, 4 (August 1986): 235-244.

[Yang] Yang, Christopher C. and Alan Chung.  “A Personal Agent for Chinese Financial News on the Web.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, 2 (January 15, 2002): 186-192.

[Yeh] Yeh, Jian-Hua, Jia-Yang Chang and Yen-Jen Oyang.  “Content and Knowledge Management in a Digital Library and Museum.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 4 (March 1, 2000): 371-379.

[Yip] Yip, Kim Fung.  "Selecting Internet Resources: Experience at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) Library." The Electronic Library 15, 2 (April 1997): 91-98.

[Young (a)] Young, Philip H.  "Visions of Academic Libraries in a Brave New Future."  In Libraries and the Future: Esasys on the Library in the Twenty-First Century, pp. 45-59.  Edited by F.W. Lancaster.  New York, NY: The Haworth Press, 1993.

[Young (b)] Young, Sherry.  "Sexually-Explicit Materials Via the Internet: Ethical Concerns for the Library Profession."  The Journal of Academic Librarianship 23, 1 (January 1997): 49-50.

[Young (c)] Young, Arthur P. and Thomas A. Peters.  "Reinventing Alexandria: Managing Change in the Electronic Library."  Journal of Library Administration 22, 2/3 (1996): 21-41.

[Young (d)]  Young, Jeffrey R.  “Google Teams Up with 17 Colleges to Test Searches of Scholarly Materials.”  The Chronicle of Higher Education (April 9, 2004).  E-text, 2 pp.  URL: <http://chronicle.com/cgi2-bin/printable.cgi?article=http://chronicle.com/free/2004/04/2004040901n.htm>.  (Retrieved April 12, 2004).

[Young (e)] Young, Sheila.  “Electronic Developments in Chemical Information: A Report on the Trisociety Symposium.”  College & Research Library News 60, 1 (January 1999): 14-15.

[Youngen] Youngen, Ralph. "Resources for Mathematicians: The Evolution of e-MATH."  The Serials Librarian 28, 1/2 (1996): 129-134.

[Youngen (a)] Youngen, Gregory K.  "Citation Petterns to Traditional and Electronic Reprints and Electronic Preprints in the Published Literature." College & Research Libraries 59, 5 (September 1998): 448-456.

[Younger] Younger, Jennifer A.  "Resources Description in the Digital Age."  Library Trends 45, 3 (Winter 1997): 462-487.

[Youngkin] Youngkin, May E.  “Access Marries Archive: BioMed Central/PubMed Central: An Open Access Partnership.”  Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, 4 (2004): 1-16.

[Yu]  Yu, Song.  “Not Just Full-Text Articles: Comparing the Search Function Among Chemistry Electronic Journals’ Web Sites.” Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 39 (Winter 2004). E-text, 11 pp.  URL: <http://www.istl.org/04-winter/refereed.html>.  (Retrieved March 30, 2004).

[Yu (a)]  Yu, Shien-Chiang, Kun-Yung Lu and Ruey-Shun Chen.  “Metadata Management System: Design and Implementation.”  The Electronic Library 21, 2 (2003): 154-164.

[Zastrow]  Zastrow, Jan.  “ICQ for Info Pros.”  DATABASE 22, 3 (June/July 1999): 36-38.

[Zenhausern]  Zenhausern, Robert.  "The Listserv Database and the Virtual Personality of a List."  The Arachnet Electronic Journal on Virtual Culture 2, 2 (May 16, 1994).  E-text, 9 pp.  URL: <http://ncsulib2.lib.ncsu.edu/stacks/e/ejvc/aejvc-v2n02-zenhausern-listserv.txt> (Retrieved August 20, 1998). [URL inactive, January 15, 2000;  alternative E-text available at  URL: <http://www.monash.edu.au/journals/ejvc/zenhause.v2n2>]. [Alternative link inactive, January 27, 2005]

[Zhang]  Zhang, Dongming.  "Providing Acces to Electronic Journals." Library Hi Tech 12, 3, issue 47 (1994): 68-69.

[Zhang (a)]  Zhang, Yin.  "Scholarly Use of Internet-Based Electronic Resources: A Survey Report." Library Trends 47, 4 (Spring 1999): 746-770.

[Zhang (b)]  Zhang, Yin.  "The Impact of Internet-Based Electronic Resources on Formal Scholarly Communication in the Area of Library and Information Science: A Citation Analysis."  Journal of Information Science 24, 4 (1998): 241-254.

[Zhang (c)]  Zhang, Ping and Gisela M. von Dran.  “Satisfiers and Dissatisfiers: A Two-Factor Model for Website Design and Evaluation .”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, 14 (December 2000): 1253-1268.

[Zhang (d)]  Zhang, Xiaoyin.  “Combining Traditional Journal Check-in and Claiming Activities with Electronic Journal Initiation and Maintenance Activities.”  Library Resources & Technical Services 47, 4 (October 2003): 208-214.

[Zhang (e)]  Zhang, Dongming, Caroline Zambrowicz, Hong Zhou and Nancy K. Roderer.”  User Information Seeking Behavior in a Medical Web Portal Environment: A Preliminary Study.”  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55, 8 (June 2004): 670-684.

[Zhang (f)]  Zhang, Yue “Jeff”.  "What Makes Customers Willing to Pay for Online Services? Discovering Consumer Opinions and Determinant Factors on Charged Online Services.”   Journal of Internet Commerce 2, 4 (2003): 35-53.

[Zhao] Zhao, Dian G.  "The ELINOR Electronic Library System." The Electronic Library 12, 5 (October 1994): 289-294.

[Zhao (a)]  Zhao, Taian and Sidney Eng.  “Library Technical Services Face New Changes of Technology: A Student Survey of Electronic Course Reserve.”  Journal of Access Services 2, 1 (2004): 33-39.

[Zielstra] Zielstra, Julie.  "Building and Testing a Web-based Community Network." The Electronic Library 17, 4 (August 1999): 231-238.

[Zimmerman]  Zimmerman, Donald E., Michel Muraski, Michael Palmquist, Emily Estes, Catherine McClintoch and Linda Bilsing. Examining World Wide Web Designs--Lessons from Pilot StudiesE-text, 6 pp.  URL: <http://www.microsoft.com/usability/webconf/zimmerman.htm> (Retrieved July 22, 1998).

[Zink] Zink, Steven.  "Commentary."  Computers in Libraries14, 10 (November/December 1994): 6-7.

[Zittrain] Zittrain, Jonathan.  “The Rise and Fall of Sysopdom.” Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 10, 3 (Summer 1997).  E-text, 15 pp. URL: <http://jolt.law.harvard.edu/articles/pdf/v10/10HarvJLTech495.pdf> (Retrieved December 17, 1998).


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