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1999 Volume 17, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Electronic Journals and Academic Libraries

    Liza Chan

    Provides a brief historical background of electronic journals and delineates both positive and negative aspects of the technology for academic libraries. Topics include accessibility; subscription ... More

    pp. 10-16

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  2. Seven Years of Tracking Electronic Publishing: The ARL "Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists"

    Dru Mogge

    Describes the directory published by ARL (Association of Research Libraries) that has tracked the development of Internet publishing since 1991. Explores trends in format, distribution, and content... More

    pp. 17-25

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  3. Electronic Journals in Academic Libraries: A Comparison of ARL and Non-ARL Libraries

    Marian Shemberg & Cheryl Grossman

    Describes a survey dealing with academic library provision of electronic journals and other electronic resources that compared ARL (Association of Research Libraries) members to non-ARL members.... More

    pp. 26-45

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  4. Design Issues in the Development of an Electronic Reserve System

    Stephen G. Thomas

    Describes the development and implementation of an electronic reserve system at the University of Adelaide (Australia). Discusses the decision to use a Web server strategy; scanning choices for... More

    pp. 50-54

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  5. E-Reference: Incorporating Electronic Publications into Reference

    Courtney L. Young & Karen R. Diaz

    Discusses how traditional work of academic reference librarians has been impacted by access to electronic publications on the World Wide Web. Describes how librarians are using the Web to create... More

    pp. 55-62

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  6. Ethics in an Age of Changing Technology: Familiar Territory or New Frontiers?

    Janet R. Cottrell

    This article reviews the literature to examine whether new technologies have created new ethical dilemmas in librarianship. Four possible areas of concern are identified: privacy and... More

    pp. 107-13

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