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Library Resources & Technical Services

1997 Volume 41, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. From Citation to Piece in Hand: The Search for Efficiency in Accessing Monographic Series

    Marian Shemberg

    Examines access problems that occur when the citations from indexes for articles in series differ from the way the items are cataloged. A search was conducted in the online catalogs of various... More

    pp. 179-89

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  2. Analyzing Search Styles of Patrons and Staff: A Replicative Study of Two University Libraries

    Kathlin L. Ray & Mary S. Lang

    Librarians at the University of Pacific (Stockton, California) designed a replication of an earlier transaction log study. Researchers found it difficult to compare the year-to-year data, primarily... More

    pp. 219-35

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  3. Database Design for Preservation Project Management: The California Newspaper Project

    Lynne M. Hayman

    Describes a database designed to manage a serials preservation project in which issues from multiple repositories are gathered and collated for preservation microfilming. Management information,... More

    pp. 236-53

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