The Resource If we build it : scholarly communications and networking technologies : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 7th annual conference June 18-21, 1992, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Suzanne McMahon, Miriam Palm, Pam Dunn, editors

If we build it : scholarly communications and networking technologies : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 7th annual conference June 18-21, 1992, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Suzanne McMahon, Miriam Palm, Pam Dunn, editors

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If we build it : scholarly communications and networking technologies : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 7th annual conference June 18-21, 1992, the University of Illinois at Chicago
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If we build it
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scholarly communications and networking technologies : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 7th annual conference June 18-21, 1992, the University of Illinois at Chicago
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Suzanne McMahon, Miriam Palm, Pam Dunn, editors
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Language
eng
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DLC
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025.3/432
Index
index present
LC call number
Z692.S5.N67 1992
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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1992 :
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North American Serials Interest Group
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  • McMahon, Suzanne
  • Palm, Miriam
  • Dunn, Pam
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  • Serials librarianship
  • Serials librarianship
  • Information networks
  • Information networks
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If we build it : scholarly communications and networking technologies : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 7th annual conference June 18-21, 1992, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Suzanne McMahon, Miriam Palm, Pam Dunn, editors
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Includes index
Contents
  • Anita Lowry
  • Higher Education in the 90s: Growth, Regression or Status Quo
  • Charles B. Reed
  • A Potency of Life: Scholarship in an Electronic Age
  • Willard McCarty
  • Professionals or Professionless, Information Engineers or ???
  • Karen A. Schmidt
  • From Past Imperfects to Future Perfects
  • Gary J. Brown
  • New Strategies for Publishing
  • Announcement: NASIG Conference Grant Awards
  • Michele Crump
  • A History of Journal Price Studies
  • Barbara Meyers
  • Libraries and the Use of Price Studies
  • Deana L. Astle
  • Index Medicus Price Study
  • Lynn Fortney
  • Copyright and Licensing in the Electronic Environment
  • Laurie Sutherland
  • New Books from Old: A Proposal
  • The Transformation of Scholarly Communication and the Role of the Library in the Age of Networked Information
  • David Cohen
  • Regional Library Networking: New Opportunities for Serving Scholarship
  • Glenda Thornton
  • Regional Library Networking: New Opportunities for Serving Scholarship
  • Barbara von Wahlde
  • Z39.1 - You Just Don't Understand! Librarians and a Publisher Discuss the Standard for Periodicals Format and Arrangement
  • Daphne Hsueh
  • Marketing to Libraries: What Works? Adapting Marketing Strategy to Changes in the Library Community
  • Nan Hudes
  • Marketing to Libraries: What Works and What Doesn't
  • Clifford A. Lynch
  • Vicky Reich
  • Article Delivery: Shifting Paradigms
  • Anne McKee
  • Document Delivery Vendors: Benefits and Choices
  • Martha Lewis
  • Electronic Networking and Serials Resources: Quotidian Applications for the Curious and the Cynical
  • Robin B. Devin
  • Cataloging Serial Computer Files
  • Margaret Mering --
  • St. Augustine to NREN: The Tree of Knowledge and How It Grows
  • James J. O'Donnell
  • Webs That Link Libraries, Librarians, and Information: Evolving Technical Standards for a Networking Age
  • Julia C. Blixrud
  • Landlords and Tenants: Who Owns Information, Who Pays for It, and How?
  • Check-In with the SISAC Symbol (Bar Code): Implementation and Uses for Libraries, Publishers and Automation Vendors
  • Marcella Lesher
  • Publishing Opportunities: Getting into Print or Getting Involved
  • Ellen Finnie Duranceau
  • Fine-Tuning the Claims Process
  • Martha Kellogg
  • Basic Training for Survival
  • Bonnie Naifeh Hill
  • Cataloging Computer Files That Are Also Serials
  • Pamela Morgan
  • Automating Binding Procedures: Using INNOVACQ vs. An In-House Database
  • Working Together for the Future: Librarian/Publisher/Subscription Agents
  • Lynne M. Hayman
  • The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Serials Cataloger
  • Jane Robillard
  • How to Plan and Deliver a Great Workshop
  • Linda Meiseles
  • Fewer Subscriptions = Increased Library Services: How ASU and ASU West Met the Challenge
  • Martin Gordon
  • Managing Reference "Pseudoserials"
  • Sharon Scott
  • Paul Parisi
  • Collection Development Assessment for Biomedical Serials Collections
  • Barbara A. Carlson
  • Auditing the Automated Serials Control System
  • David Winchester
  • The Cost Effectiveness of Claiming
  • Elizabeth Parang
  • The Footbone's Connected to the Anklebone, or, Enumeration, Checking-In and Labeling Instructions
  • Lawrence R. Keating II
  • Game Shows, Elevators, Full Plates, and Other Allegories: A Look at the Present State and Future Possibilities of LC Subject Headings
  • Sandy L. Folsom
  • The Changing Role of the Vendor: Developing New Products and Services
  • Lucy Bottomley
Extent
1 online resource (326 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035597655
Label
If we build it : scholarly communications and networking technologies : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc., 7th annual conference June 18-21, 1992, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Suzanne McMahon, Miriam Palm, Pam Dunn, editors
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Anita Lowry
  • Higher Education in the 90s: Growth, Regression or Status Quo
  • Charles B. Reed
  • A Potency of Life: Scholarship in an Electronic Age
  • Willard McCarty
  • Professionals or Professionless, Information Engineers or ???
  • Karen A. Schmidt
  • From Past Imperfects to Future Perfects
  • Gary J. Brown
  • New Strategies for Publishing
  • Announcement: NASIG Conference Grant Awards
  • Michele Crump
  • A History of Journal Price Studies
  • Barbara Meyers
  • Libraries and the Use of Price Studies
  • Deana L. Astle
  • Index Medicus Price Study
  • Lynn Fortney
  • Copyright and Licensing in the Electronic Environment
  • Laurie Sutherland
  • New Books from Old: A Proposal
  • The Transformation of Scholarly Communication and the Role of the Library in the Age of Networked Information
  • David Cohen
  • Regional Library Networking: New Opportunities for Serving Scholarship
  • Glenda Thornton
  • Regional Library Networking: New Opportunities for Serving Scholarship
  • Barbara von Wahlde
  • Z39.1 - You Just Don't Understand! Librarians and a Publisher Discuss the Standard for Periodicals Format and Arrangement
  • Daphne Hsueh
  • Marketing to Libraries: What Works? Adapting Marketing Strategy to Changes in the Library Community
  • Nan Hudes
  • Marketing to Libraries: What Works and What Doesn't
  • Clifford A. Lynch
  • Vicky Reich
  • Article Delivery: Shifting Paradigms
  • Anne McKee
  • Document Delivery Vendors: Benefits and Choices
  • Martha Lewis
  • Electronic Networking and Serials Resources: Quotidian Applications for the Curious and the Cynical
  • Robin B. Devin
  • Cataloging Serial Computer Files
  • Margaret Mering --
  • St. Augustine to NREN: The Tree of Knowledge and How It Grows
  • James J. O'Donnell
  • Webs That Link Libraries, Librarians, and Information: Evolving Technical Standards for a Networking Age
  • Julia C. Blixrud
  • Landlords and Tenants: Who Owns Information, Who Pays for It, and How?
  • Check-In with the SISAC Symbol (Bar Code): Implementation and Uses for Libraries, Publishers and Automation Vendors
  • Marcella Lesher
  • Publishing Opportunities: Getting into Print or Getting Involved
  • Ellen Finnie Duranceau
  • Fine-Tuning the Claims Process
  • Martha Kellogg
  • Basic Training for Survival
  • Bonnie Naifeh Hill
  • Cataloging Computer Files That Are Also Serials
  • Pamela Morgan
  • Automating Binding Procedures: Using INNOVACQ vs. An In-House Database
  • Working Together for the Future: Librarian/Publisher/Subscription Agents
  • Lynne M. Hayman
  • The Role and Responsibilities of the Professional Serials Cataloger
  • Jane Robillard
  • How to Plan and Deliver a Great Workshop
  • Linda Meiseles
  • Fewer Subscriptions = Increased Library Services: How ASU and ASU West Met the Challenge
  • Martin Gordon
  • Managing Reference "Pseudoserials"
  • Sharon Scott
  • Paul Parisi
  • Collection Development Assessment for Biomedical Serials Collections
  • Barbara A. Carlson
  • Auditing the Automated Serials Control System
  • David Winchester
  • The Cost Effectiveness of Claiming
  • Elizabeth Parang
  • The Footbone's Connected to the Anklebone, or, Enumeration, Checking-In and Labeling Instructions
  • Lawrence R. Keating II
  • Game Shows, Elevators, Full Plates, and Other Allegories: A Look at the Present State and Future Possibilities of LC Subject Headings
  • Sandy L. Folsom
  • The Changing Role of the Vendor: Developing New Products and Services
  • Lucy Bottomley
Extent
1 online resource (326 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035597655

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