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Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship

2008 Volume 20, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Continuing Education for E-Resources

    Jill E. Grogg

    Library schools may be teaching some of the theoretical framework necessary to perform the duties of electronic resource librarianship. However, a gap remains "between practical needs, as expressed... More

    pp. 143-146

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  2. What Is the Future of Electronic Resource Management Systems?

    Bonnie Tijerina & Douglas King

    In a time of constant change, sometimes it is worthwhile to ruminate on the future and how things ought to be. "Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship" wanted to capture some of these... More

    pp. 147-155

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  3. Electronic Resource Management 2.0: Using Web 2.0 Technologies as Cost-Effective Alternatives to an Electronic Resource Management System

    Adam Murray

    Designed to assist with the management of e-resources, electronic resource management (ERM) systems are time- and fund-consuming to purchase and maintain. Questions of system compatibility, data... More

    pp. 156-168

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  4. Clear as Glass: A Combined List of Print and Electronic Journals in the Knowledge Base

    M Sara Lowe

    The non-standard practice at Cowles Library at Drake University has been to display electronic journals and some print journals in the Knowledge Base while simultaneously listing print journals and... More

    pp. 169-177

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  5. Reviewing the Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference

    Bonnie Tijerina

    The third Electronic Resources & Libraries (ER&L) conference gathered at Georgia Institute of Technology's Global Learning and Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia, March 18-21, 2008. Over 360... More

    pp. 183-204

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