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Librarians at work: Are we as satisfied as other American workers?
For almost three decades, libraries have experienced rapid change, first in behind-the-scenes technical processes, then gradually everywhere. This allowed enhanced services to our customers and new opportunities for library ...
The Canudos War Collection
(Latin American and Iberian Institute, 1990-05)
This paper is a guide to a collection of 59 photographs depicting the Canudos War (1896-97), the first major national conflict under Brazil's first republic. The photographs are housed in the Special Collections Department ...
Consortia and Licensing of Electronic Products - The Wave of the Future ?
(Council for Higher Education Computing Services, 1996)
Electronic information, especially that provided by monopoly organizations, are often beyond the means of a single academic institution. There is a growing trend towards joint purchasing, consortial agreements and ...
JUST IN CASE OR JUST IN TIME; EXPLORING SERIALS AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY ISSUES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
A sub-committee of the Senate Library Committee of UBC examined the relationship between serials and electronic technology, and the principles, which should underlie holding or accessing journals and producing electronic ...
MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE EVOLVING ELECTRONIC SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING ECONOMY
(SLA Rio Grande Chapter, 1998-09)
No library or information service can stand aloof from the current developments (legal, technological, and organizational) in scholarly publishing. I will be describing my personal actions to influence beneficial change, ...
Challenges for the academic information enterprise: a report and analysis of two recent conferences and an important opinion paper
All individuals and institutions which purchase professional journals are by now aware of the crisis in scholarly publication, especially in the areas of science, technology, and medicine (STM). At the University of British ...