Libraries and information centres

Bibliography, recommended reading, for one chapter of the courses by Paul Nieuwenhuysen

 

 

15 ways to promote effective use of online resources. [online]
PDF file. 2003. 8 pp. Available from Elsevier LibraryConnect through http://www.elsevier.com/ [cited 2004]

 

 

Components of library portals [online]
Library Technology Reports, November-December 2002. Available from: http://www.techsource.ala.org/ [cited 2004]

Single-search interface

User authentication

Resource linking

Content enhancement

An emerging component: interactive services

Customization

Implementation

 

 

Digital preservation. Introductory paper. [online]
Available from: http://www.coe.missouri.edu/~DL/iDLR/viewpaper.php?pid=18 [cited 2005]

 

 

The Librarian's Yellow Pages. [online]
Available from: http://www.librariansyellowpages.com/ [cited 1998]

1.  A/V Producers

2.  Automation

3.  Electronic Publishing & The Internet

4.  Equipment, Furnishings & Supplies

5.  Print Publishing

6.  Sources & Services

 

Abram, Stephen

The Google opportunity.
Library Journal, February 1, 2005, pp. 34-35.

Google’s new initiatives are rocking our world. Here’s how to rock back.

 

Ackeroyd, John

The management of change in electronic libraries.
IFLA Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2, 2001, pp. 70-73.

 

Adeyemi, Nat. M.

Issues in the provision of information services to developing countries.
Afr. J. Libr. & Inf. Sc., Vol. 1, No. 1, 1991, pp. 1-8.

 

Amin, Saiful

Open source software for libraries: a trend report. [online]
Available from: http://www.pizz.net/IMG/pdf/OSS_for_Libraries-2.pdf  [cited 2003]

 

Apps, Ann and MacIntyre, Ross

Emerging uses for the OpenURL framework.
In From Author to Reader: Challenges for the Digital Content Chain, Proceedings of the 9th ICCC International Conference on Electronic Publishing, ELPUB9, Leuven, June 8-10, 2005. Editors: Milena Dobreva and Jan Engelen. Leuven : Peeters Publishing, 2005, ISBN: 90-429-1645-1. 344 pp., pp. 283-289.

 

Arms, William Y.

Digital libraries.
Cambridge, Massachusetts : MIT Press, 2000, 287 pp.

1. Libraries, technology and people

 

Arms, William Y.

Automated digital libraries: How effectively can computers be used for the skilled tasks of professional librarianship? [online]

D-Lib Magazine, July/August 2000. Available from: http://www5.cnri.reston.va.us/dlib/july00/arms/

[A provocative article available online free of charge about the trend that relatively cheap computers can increasingly provide services similar to those carried out traditionnally by relatively expensive, trained, expert librarians and information professionals.]

 

Ashcroft, Linda, and McIvor, Stephanie

Electronic journals: managing and educating for a changing culture in academic libraries.
Online Information Review, Vol. 25, No. 6, 2001, pp. 378-387.

 

Ayris, Paul

Open archives: institutional issues.
VINE ISSN 03055728, 2002, Vol. 125, pp. 34-36.

 

Baer, William

Federated searching: friend or foe?
College & Research Libraries News, October 2004, pp. 518-519.

 

Banerjee, Kyle

How does XML help libraries?
Computers in Libraries, September 2002, pp. 31-34.

 

Banerjee, Sushant

Librarianship in the new technological era: opportunities and challenges.
In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Management in a Knowledge Society, ICIM 2005, in Grand Hyatt Hotel, Mumbai (ex-Bombay), India, 21-25 February 2005. 2 Volumes. Editors: D. Kamalavijayan et al., New Delhi : Allied Publishers, 2005. ISBN 81-7764-770-9. Volume II, pp. 831-836. Also published on CD-R.

 

Batley, Sue

Information architecture for information professionals.
Chandos Publishing, 2007, 212 pp.

5. Interface and display design.

 

Bearman, David

Digital libraries.
Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, Vol. 41, 2007. Blaise Cronin, Editor, pp. 223-272.

 

Bell, Steven J., and Shank, John

The blended librarian: a blueprint for redefining the teaching and learning role of academic librarians.
College and Research Libraries News, July/August 2004, pp. 372-375.

 

Bradford Lee Eden

2D and 3D information visualization.
College & Research Library News, April 2007, pp. 247-251.

 

Brandt, Amy E.

CrossRef.
In Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 2003. 8 pp.

 

Breeding, Marshall

Automated system marketplace 2002. Capturing the migrating customer. Fewer companies face stiff competition.
Library Journal, April 1, 2002, pp. 48-59.

 

Breeding, Marshall

Automated system marketplace 2003. Migrations from legacy systems will accelerate. The competition heats up.
Library Journal, April 1, 2003, pp. 52-64.

 

Breeding, Marshall

Automated system marketplace 2004. Migration down, innovation up.
Library Journal, April 1, 2004, pp. 46-…

 

Breeding, Marshall

The many facets of managing electronic resources.
Computers in Libraries, 2004, No. 1, pp. 25-28.

Back-end management tools for library staff.

Front-end management: delivering access to users

 

Breeding, Marshall

The systems librarian: Knitting systems together.
Computers in Libraries, October 2006, pp. 32-35.

 

Brock, Sally, and Cox, Andrew

Managing electronic journals - the ideal world versus reality.
VINE, ISSN 03055728, 2000, Vol. 120, pp. 61-68.

 

Brown, Sally, Downey, Bill, and Race, Phil

500 tips for academic librarians.
London : Library Association, 1997, 184 pp.

1. The nature of library work

2. Keeping on top of the job

3. Getting to grips with your institution's politics

4. Motivating library staff

5. Working with computers

6. Managing stock

7. Managing the journals budget

8. Managing the budget for your school, department or faculty

9. Writing a business plan

10. Managing library environments

11. Managing noise

12. Helping students to learn about the library

13. Dealing with enquiries

14. Supporting international students

15. Supporting part-time sudents

16. Supporting students with special needs

17. Helping students to use the Internet productively

18. Liaising with academics

19. Working with course comittees

20. Working with educational development colleagues

21. Encouraging academics to use resource-based learning effectively

22. Preparing for quality assessments

23. Managing your time

24. Managing stress

25. Dealing with complaints

26. Looking after your personal safety

27. Giving critical feedback to colleagues

28. Handling paperwork

29. Using conferences for networking

30. Giving presentations at conferences

31. Creating and maintaining your cv

32. Giving better interviews

33. Preparing for performance reviews

34. Taking responsibility for training

35. Planning a staff training programme

36. Running a staff training programme

37. Training with large groups

38. Training in small groups

39. Training on a one-to-one basis

Conclusions

Further reading

 

Brunelle, Bette

Linking: the state of play today.
VINE 123, 2001?, pp. 50-54.

Introduction

Aggregated full text

Linking standards

Preprocessed (static) vs. live (dynamic) links

CrossRef

LitLink and SFX

The user experience of linking

Summary

 

Bundy, Alan

Beyond information: the academic library as educational change agent. [online]
Paper presented at the 7th International Bielefeld Conference, Germany, 3-5 February 2004. Available from: http://www.library.unisa.au/about/papers/ [cited 2004]

 

Car, Reg

What users want: an academic ‘hybrid’ library perspective. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue46/carr/ January 2006. [cited 2006]

 

Chen, Li, and Mills, Joyce White

What’s under your pc’s ‘hood’. A primer for today’s machines.
Computers in Libraries, Vol. 22, No. 7, 2002. 7 pp.

CPU

Different types of memory

Storage devices

Device ports

Multimedia

Modem and operating system

 

Chowdhury, G. G., and Chowdhury, Sudatta

Introduction to digital libraries.
London : Facet Publishing, 2003, 354 pp.

Digitization

Information retrieval in digital libraries

Digital libraries and the information profession

Trends in digital library research and development

 

Cockrell, Barbara J., and Anderson Jayne, Elaine

How do I find an article? Insights from a web usability study.
The Journal of Academic Librarianship, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 122-132.

 

Coral, Sheila, and Brewerton, Antony

The new professional’s handbook: your guide to information services management.
London : Library Association, 1999, 322 pp.

6. Information systems

 

Cornell University Library / Research department

Moving theory into practice: digital imaging tutorial. (2003) [online]
Available from: http://www.libray.cornell.edu/preservation/tutorial/ [cited 2004]

1.      Basic terminology

2.      Selection

3.      Conversion

4.      Quality control

5.      Metadata

6.      Technical infrastructure

7.      Presentation

8.      Digital preservation

9.      Management

10.    Continuing education

 

Cornish, Graham P.

The international dimension. In: Cooperation in action: collaborative initiatives in the world of information. (Edited by Stella Pilling and Stephanie Kenna)
London : Facet Publishing, 2002,

The nature of international co—operation and partnership

The international context

International organizations

Fostering co-operation?

Regional and local co-operation

The future of international co-operation

 

Corrado, Edward M.

The importance of open access, open source, and open standards for libraries. [online]
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Spring 2005. Available free of charge from: http://www.istl.org/05-spring/article2.html [cited 2005]

Abstract The open access, open source software, and open standards concepts have been garnering increased attention in the field of librarianship and elsewhere. These concepts and their benefits and importance to libraries are examined. Benefits include lower costs, greater accessibility, and better prospects for long-term preservation of scholarly works.

 

Crawford, Walt

Library lists: building on e-mail. (Managed lists link specialists and their institutions.)
American Libraries, November 2001, pp. 56-58.

 

Dahl, Mark

Building an OpenURL resolver in your workshop.
Computers in Libraries, 2004, No. 2, p. 6.

 

De Keyser, Piet

Wat wordt er van de bibliotheek? Fysiek, hybride of virtueel?
Bibliotheek- & Archiefgids, Vol. 81, (2005), No. 2, pp. 3-6.

 

Dempsey, Lorcan

The library catalogue in the new discovery environment: some thoughts. [online]
Ariadne, 2006, Issue 48. Available free of charge from: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue48/dempsey/

 

Elliot de Saez, Eileen

Marketing concepts for libraries and information services. (2nd edition)
London : Facet, 2002, 224 pp.

The corporate mission

 

Evans, Peter

Trends, pressures, and realities in the library systems marketplace.
American Libraries, October 2000, pp.51-53.

 

FAO and UNESCO

Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK)
Module on Digitization and Digital Libraries.
Unit 1. Conceptual overview. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.imarkgroup.org/ 2005 [cited 2006], also published free of charge on CD-ROM, by FAO, Roma, Italia.

Lesson 1. Why digital collections and libraries?

Lesson 2. Digital collections and libraries in different environments.

 

FAO and UNESCO

Information Management Resource Kit (IMARK)
Module on Digitization and Digital Libraries.
Unit 2. Electronic documents and formats. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.imarkgroup.org/ 2005 [cited 2006], also published free of charge on CD-ROM, by FAO, Roma, Italia.

Lesson 1. Electronic documents and mark-up: introduction

Lesson 2: Character encoding: Latin and non-Latin scripts

Lesson 3. Formats of electronic pictures

Lesson 4. Presentational mark-up: HTML

Lesson 5. Descriptive mark-up: XML

Lesson 6. Procedural mark-up: text processors, style sheets, templates

Lesson 7. Portable document format (PDF)

Lesson 8. Conversion between formats

 

Fast, Karl V., and Kamran Sedig

The Invent framework: Examining the role of information visualization in the reconceptualization of digital libraries.
J. Digital Information, Vol. 6, Issue 3, Article No. 362 (2005).

 

Felstead, Alison

The library systems market: a digest of current literature.
Program: electronic library and information systems, Vol. 38, No. 2, 2004, pp. 88-96.

1.      Context and introduction

2.      The library systems market

3.      Trends in integrated library systems

4.      System suppliers and their products

5.      Predictions for the future of ILMS

6.      Conclusion

 

Ferguson, Christine L., and Grogg, Jill E.

OpenURL link resolvers. (The helping you buy series: comparing competing library technology products.)
Computers in Libraries, October 2004, pp. 17-24.

 

Froidevaux Muller, Jeanne

A librarian’s guide to the Internet: searching and evaluating information.
Oxford : Chandos Publishing, 2003, 188 pp.

2. From data to the Internet

6. Teaching customers what you know and knowing what your customers want

7. Keeping up to date

 

Funk, Mark E.

Testing the Web 2.0 waters.
American Libraries, Jan. / Feb. 2009, pp.48-51.

 

Gatenby, Janifer

Internet, interoperability and standards filling the gaps. [online]
NISO. Available from; http://www.niso.org/press/whitepapers/Gatenby.html [cited 2005]

 

Grodzins Lipow, Anne

The virtual reference librarian’s handbook.
Berkeley : Library Soutions Press, 2003, 199 pp.

6. Make your virtual reference desk a comfortable place

 

Guédon, Jean-Claude

Open Access Archives: from scientific plutocracy to the republic of science.
IFLA Journal, 2003, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 129-140.

 

Hellriegel, Patricia, and Van Wontergem, Kaat

Package deals uitgepakt…of de bibliothecaris verpakt? ‘Koppelverkoop’ in de elektronische bibliotheek.
Bibliotheek- & archiefgids, Vol. 82 (2006) Nr. 1, pp. 25-30.

 

Hendricks, Arthur

The development of the NISO Committee AX’s Open URL Standard.
Information Technology and Libraries, September 2003, pp. 129-132.

 

Hofstede, Marten

Portals op de pijnbank.
Informatie Professional, 2002, No. 10, pp. 34-39.

federated searching / meta-searching of databases

 

Hundie, Kebede

Library operations and Internet resources.
The Electronic Library, Vol. 21, No. 6, pp. 555-564.

 

INASP

Copyright in an academic environment. [online]
Available from: http://www.inasp.info/training/internet/ updated 2004 [cited 2005]

 

Jacso, Peter

XML and digital librarians.
Computers in Libraries, September 2002, pp. 46-49.

 

Jacso, Peter

Thoughts about federated searching.
Information Today, October 2004, pp. 17, 20.

 

Joint, Nicholas

Managing the implementation of a federated search tool in an academic library.
Library Review, Vol. 58, No. 1, 2009, pp. 11-16.

 

Johnson, Ian M.

Writing for the profession: an editor’s perspective.
IFLA Journal, Vol. 30, No. 4, 2004, pp. 319-322.

 

Kreizman, Karen

Establishing an information center: a practical guide.
London : Bowker-Saur, 1999.

4. Building a collection

7. Marketing the information center

8. Working with information technology (IT)

10. Acquiring and managing staff

 

Lease Morgan, Eric

Innovation reports on technology: Putting the “My” in MyLibrary. (discussion of an open source application that puts library resources in the user’s terms)
Netconnect (supplement to Library Journal), Fall 2003, pp. 24-26.

 

Limb, Peter

Digital dilemmas and solutions.
Oxford : Chandos Publishing, 2004, 193 pp.

1.      The impact of a globalising information economy

2.      Libraries, digitisation and change

3.      Changing strategies: winning the information game

5.     User perspectives

6.     Managing change

7.     Resolving ethical and legal dilemmas and problems

8.     Conclusion

 

Linoski, Alexis and Walczyk, Tine

Federated search 101.
Library Journal / Netconnect, Summer 2008, pp. 2-5.

 

Lockwood, Charles and Mac Donald, Patricia

Implementation of a federated search system in the academic library: lessons learned.
Co-published simultaneously in Internet Reference Service Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. ½, 2007, pp. 73-91 and in Federated search: solution or setback for online library services (edited by Christopher N. Cox) The Haworth Information Press, 2007, pp. 73-91. Available online from: http://irsq.haworthpress.com

 

Lynch, Clifford

Where do we go from here? The next decade for digital libraries. [online]
Available free of charge from: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july05/lynch/07lynch.html [cited 2006]

 

MacColl, John

Google challenges for academic libraries. [online]
Ariadne, Issue 46, January 2006, Available free of charge from: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue46/ [cited 2006]

 

Manifold, Alan

A principled approach to selecting an automated library system.
Library Hi Tech, Vol. 18, No. 2, 2000, pp. 119-129.

Introduction

Principles for system selection

Components of the selection process

Conclusion

 

Massis, Bruce E.

The practical library manager.
New York : Haworth Information Press, 2003, 149 pp.

2. The impact of technology on the library manager

8. The challenge of the virtual library

 

McCray, Alexa T, and Gallagher, Marie E.

Principles for digital library development.
Communications of the ACM, May 2001, Vol. 44, No. 5, pp. 49-54.

 

McDonald, John, and Van de Velde, Eric

The lure of linking. (Link resolvers are essential to getting optimal usage of electronic content.)
Library Journal, April 1, 2004, pp. 32-34.

 

McHale, Nina

Accidental federated searching: implementing federated searching in the smaller academic library.
Co-published simultaneously in Internet Reference Service Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. 1-2, 2007, pp. 93-110 and in Federated search: solution or setback for online library services (edited by Christopher N. Cox) The Haworth Information Press, 2007, pp. 93-110. Available online from: http://irsq.haworthpress.com

 

McKierman, Gerry

Open access and retrieval: liberating the scholarly literature.
In E-serials collection management: transitions, trends and technicalities.
Fowler, David C, editor,
New York : The Haworth Information Press, 2004, pp. 197-215.

 

Meyer, Stephen

Helping you buy: electronic resource management systems.
Computers in Libraries, November/December 2005, pp. 19-24.

 

Meyer Gregory, Gwen, and Chambers, Mary Beth

Faculty status, promotion, and tenure – What are you getting into?
Chapter 5. in The successful academic librarian:  Winning strategies from library leaders. Edited by Gwen Meyer Gregory. Medford : Information Today, 2005, pp.57-66.

 

Murray, Robin

Library systems: synthesise, specialise, mobilise. [online]
Ariadne, Issue 48, 2006. Available free of charge from: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue48/murray/ [cited 2006]

 

National Standards Organisation NISO

Understanding metadata. [online]
Bethesda, MD : NISO Press, 2004. Available free of charge from: http://www.niso.org/ [cited 2005]

 

National Standards Organisation NISO

A framework of guidance for building good digital collections. 2nd edition. [online]
Bethesda, MD : NISO Press, 2004. Available free of charge from: http://www.niso.org/framework/Framework2.html [cited 2005]

 

Nesbeitt, Sarah L., and Singer Gordon, Rachel

The information professional’s guide to career development online.
Medford : Information Today, 2001, 401 pp.

3. Current awareness

5. Learning about participating in conferences

6. Your online presence

11. Your electronic resume

 

Neuhold, Erich, Niederee, Claudia, and Stewart, Avare

Context-driven access to personalized digital libraries.
In Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2004: knowledge creation, preservation, access, and management, ICDL 2004, in Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24‑27 February 2004, Volume 1, 517 pp. New Delhi : TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute, 2004, ISBN 81-7993-029-7, pp. 452-461.

 

Nieuwenhuysen, P.

Challenges in the evolution from classical over hybrid to digital libraries. (Invited paper)
In Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2004: knowledge creation, preservation, access, and management, ICDL 2004, in Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24‑27 February 2004, Volume 1, 517 pp. New Delhi : TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute, 2004, ISBN 81-7993-029-7, pp. 13-20.

 

Noerr, Peter

Scaling the digital divide: how interoperable systems are making information more accessible.
In proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2004: knowledge creation, preservation, access, and management, ICDL 2004, in Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24‑27 February 2004, Volume 1, 517 pp. New Delhi : TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute, 2004, ISBN 81-7993-029-7, pp. 66-68.

 

Norlin, Elaina, and Winters, CM!

Usability testing for library web sites: a hands on guide.
Chicago : American Library Association, 2002, 70 pp.

Foundations of usability testing

Web design guidelines

Getting buy-in

Usability testing example

 

Pantry, Sheila, and Griffiths, Peter

Creating a successful e-information service.
London : Facet publishing, 2002, 169 pp.

1. Introducing the concept of the e-information service

 

Ramsden, Anne

The library portal marketplace.
VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems. Vol. 33, No. 1, 2003, pp. 17-24.

Introduction

Main system features

 

Randall, Sara

Learning systems and us: technological advances could help e-learning software and libraries work together.
Library Journal, October 1, 2004, pp. 34-35.

 

Raschke, Greg, and Weiner, Suzanne

E-content management: Clarity in the mist. (What is needed in an electronic resource management system)
Netconnect, supplement to Library Journal, Summer 2004, pp. 4-8.

 

Reiss, Kevin

SRU, Open Data and the future of metasearch
Co-published simultaneously in Internet Reference Service Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. ½, 2007, pp. 369-386 and in Federated search: solution or setback for online library services (edited by Christopher N. Cox) The Haworth Information Press, 2007, pp. 369-386. Available online from: http://irsq.haworthpress.com

 

Ressel, Margret J., and Syring, Millie L.

Maximizing current awareness and document delivery services.
Chapter 5 in Attracting, educating and serving remote users through the web : a how-to-do-it manual for librarians. Edited by Donelyn Curtis, London  : Facet Publishing, pp. 117-148.

Alert services

Scientific communities, preprints, and other current awareness tools

Document delivery via the web

Receiving and processing requests

Mediated document delivery

Resource sharing – How the library networks do it

Unmediated document delivery and current awareness services

 

Rockman, Ilene F.

Integrating information literacy into the learning outcomes of academic disciplines: a critical 21st-century issue.
College and Research Libraries News, October 2003, pp. 612-615.

 

Rowley, J.

What is knowledge management?
Library Management, Vol. 20, No. 8, 1999, pp. 416-419.

 

Sadeh, Tamar

SFX and the OpenURL framework for the hybrid library. [online]
In: Proceedings of the ELAG Conference, Prague, June 2001. Available from: http://www.stk.cz/elag2001/Papers/Welcome.html [cited 2002]

 

Sadeh, Tamar

To Google or not to Google: metasearch design in the quest for the ideal user experience. [online]
In: Proceedings of the ELAG 2004 Conference, May 2004. Available from: http://www.elag.org/  [cited 2004]

 

Sadeh, Tamar

Transforming the metasearch concept into a friendly user experience.
Co-published simultaneously in Internet Reference Service Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. ½, 2007, pp. 1-25 and in Federated search: solution or setback for online library services (edited by Christopher N. Cox) The Haworth Information Press, 2007, pp. 1-25. Available online from: http://irsq.haworthpress.com

 

Saffady, William

Introduction to automation for librarians. (Fourth edition.)
Chicago and London : American Library Association, 1999.

Chapter 6: Integrated library systems

Chapter 8: Digital libraries

 

Schirmbacher, Peter

The changing process of scholarly publishing or the necessity of a new culture of electronic publishing.
In proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Libraries 2004: knowledge creation, preservation, access, and management, ICDL 2004, in Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 24‑27 February 2004, Volume 1, 517 pp. New Delhi : TERI, The Energy and Resources Institute, 2004, ISBN 81-7993-029-7, pp. 464-466.

 

Schmidt, Krista D., Sennyey, Pongracz, and Carstens, Timothy V.

New roles for a changing environment: implications of open access for libraries.
College & Research Libraries, September 2005, pp. 407-416.

 

Secker, Jane

E-learning and information literacy.
In Electronic resources in the virtual learning environment: a guide for librarians. Oxford : Chandos Publishing, 2004, 176 pp, pp. 53-73.

 

Siess, Judith A.

The visible librarian.
Chicago : American Library Association, 2003, 155 pp.

Introduction

 

Smith Macklin, Alexius

Theory into practice: applying David Jonassen’s work in instructional design to instruction programs in academic libraries.
College & Research Libraries, November 2003, pp. 494-500.

 

Soundararajan, E., Joseph, J.V.M., Jayakumar,C., and Somasekharan, M.

New trends in digital library technology.
In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Management in a Knowledge Society, ICIM 2005, in Grand Hyatt Hotel, Mumbai (ex-Bombay), India, 21-25 February 2005. 2 Volumes. Editors: D. Kamalavijayan et al., New Delhi : Allied Publishers, 2005. ISBN 81‑7764‑770‑9. Volume II, pp. 854-860. Also published on CD-R.

 

Suber, Peter

Scholarly communication: Removing barriers to research. An introduction to open access for librarians.
College and Research Libraries News, February 2003, pp. 92-94, 113.

If the permission crisis were solved…

How open access works

Covering costs

 

Tennant, Roy

Library catalogs: the wrong solution.
Library Journal, February 15, 2003, p. 28.

 

Tennant, Roy

The right solution: federated search tools.
Library Journal, June 15, 2003, p. 28.

 

Townsend Kane, Laura

Access versus ownership.
Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 2003, pp. 50-63. DOI:10.1081/E-ELIS 120008843.

Introduction

Origins of the principles of ownership

The shift toward access

Forms of access

The ongoing debate

The compromise

 

Turner, Rollo

The vital link: the role of the intermediary in e-resources. [online]
In The e-resources management handbook. 2006. pp. 28-38. Available from: http://www.uksg.org/serials/handbook.asp [cited 2006]

 

Van Veen, Theo

Persistent identifiers.
Informatie Professional, 7/8 2007, pp. 32-37.

 

Verhagen, Nol

Licencing and negotiating: exploring unfamiliar ground. [online]
In The e-resources management handbook, published by UKSG. 2006. pp. 39-47. Available from: http://www.uksg.org/serials/handbook.asp [cited 2006]

 

Ward, Jennifer

The Library Web Manager's Reference Center [online]
Available from: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Web4Lib/RefCenter/index.html

 

Wayne, Richard

An overview of public access computer software management.
Computers in Libraries, June 2004, pp. 24-30.

Computer setup

Security programs

Integrity maintenace software

Browser control tools

Antivirus software

Anti-spyware software

Patch management tools

Session managers

Print management systems

System utilities

 

Webb, John

Managing licensed networked electronic resources in a university library.
Information Technology and Libraries, December 1998, pp. 198-206.

 

Webster, Peter M.

Challenges for federated searching.
Co-published simultaneously in Internet Reference Service Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. ½, 2007, pp. 357-368 and in Federated search: solution or setback for online library services (edited by Christopher N. Cox) The Haworth Information Press, 2007, pp. 357-368. Available online from: http://irsq.haworthpress.com

 

White, Andrew C.

Using heterogeneous components to construct online library portals.
Electronic Library, Vol. 20, No. 3, 2002, pp. 224-230.

 

White, Martin, and Kibby, Peter

Managing electronic serials in the corporate library.
Managing Information, October 1998, Vol. 5, pp. 25-31.

 

Wilson, Kathy

Computers in libraries: an introduction for library technicians.
Haworth Press, 2006.

1. Introduction to computers

2. The Internet

3. Integrated library management systems

8. The Online Public Access Catalog

11. Computer skills and competencies

12. Future directions