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Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship - Number 43 Summer 2005

:: The latest issue of Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship, n43, Summer 2005, is now available. Contents:

    Theme: All Topics
  • Follow-up Survey of GIS at Smaller Academic Libraries by JaNae Kinikin, Weber State University and Keith Hench, Kirkwood Community College
  • Comparing Journal Use Between Biology Faculty and Undergraduate Students by Joseph R. Kraus, University of Denver
  • Ask a Science Librarian by Margaret Clifton, Library of Congress
  • The National Science and Technology Library: A Chinese Model of
    Collaboration by Xue-Ming Bao, Seton Hall University

Refereed Articles:

  • Citation Analysis: A Method for Collection Development for a Rapidly Developing Field by Kristen B. LaBonte, California State University, Channel Islands

    Science and Technology Resources on the Internet:

  • Open Access and Scholarly Communication -- A Selection of Key Web Sites by Hanna Kwasik and Pauline O. Fulda, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

    Book Reviews:

  • Evidence-Based Practice for Information Professionals: A Handbook by Bette Anton, University of California, Berkeley
  • Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals by Ann Jensen, University of California, Berkeley

    Viewpoints:

  • To Print or Not to Print Medical Textbooks: Is That the Question? by Barbara Amelia Nace, Merck & Co., Inc

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