Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, First Update Supplement (Google eBook)

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CRC Press, Jun 2, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 434 pages
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This reader-friendly supplement collects the latest advancements and research on new processes, developments, and technologies for the dissemination, access, and analysis of information-serving as a stand-alone source for anyone requiring an instant update on the many innovations in library science and information acquisition that have taken place over the past few years. This invaluable supplement offers new material on library operations, information access and processing, and information literacy. It contains resources for a solid understanding of the current state of library and information science in the 21st Century.
  

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Contents

Academic Libraries in Eastern Europe
11
Academic Libraries in Japan
22
Acidic Papers and Preservation Strategies
35
African American Studies Databases
45
Anthropology Libraries
53
Book and Journal Publishing
64
The British Library
73
Canadian Association of Research Libraries
81
Institutional Repositories
237
Integrated Library Systems
249
The Internet and Public Library Use
261
Joint Information Systems Committee
271
JSTOR
276
Libraries in Belarus
283
Libraries in Ukraine
288
An Overview
295

CENDI
88
Consortia Library Buying
97
Copyright Clearance Center
102
CrossRef
106
Digital Object Identifier DOI6R
114
Digital Reference
126
Domain Analysis in Information Science
129
Electronic Records Management
136
Environmental Information
144
Everyday Life Information Seeking
155
Firewalls
164
OnLine Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations
171
German Academic Libraries
177
Herbert Hoover Library
201
Information Commons
210
Information Counseling
217
Information Productivity
228
Medical Library Association
306
History of the Royal Library
314
Polish Libraries
323
Public Libraries Public Access Computing and the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation
335
The Queens Borough Public Library
341
SFX
351
Special Libraries in the UK
358
Student Outcomes Assessment
364
Trends in Legal Publishing
370
Undergraduate Library Collections
376
Unicode
383
Video on DemandThe Prospect and Promise for Libraries
393
Virtual Libraries and Distance Learning in the United States
404
Womens Studies Databases
409
Index
419
Back cover
422

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