Library Resources & Technical Services

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 3, July

In April, the ALCTS Board asked me to step in as interim editor for LRTS, following the resignation of John Budd. I benefit from the work John did during his tenure in securing manuscripts and working with reviewers and authors to bring these works...
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Electronic Databases for Readers' Advisory Services and Intellectual Access to Translated Fiction Not Originally Written in English
Electronic databases for readers' advisory services are increasingly prevalent in both public and academic libraries. Librarians rely on these databases to suggest new fiction titles to patrons, many of whom are interested in various types of foreign...
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Falling in and out of Love: The Impact of Moving to a Remote Location on Cataloging Workflow
As academic libraries undergo renovation and building projects, various technical service operations are frequently moved out of the main building and housed in an off-site location. The aim of this research was to discover, by means of a questionnaire,...
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Monographs Acquisitions Time and Cost Studies: The Next Generation
This article is based on time and cost studies conducted at Iowa State University between 1994/95 and 2000/01. It represents a continuation of previous analyses in which monographs acquisitions functions were evaluated and examined with a view toward...
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Recent Work in Cataloging and Classification, 2000-2002
This article provides a review of cataloging and classification publications that appeared in the last two years. The review considers the papers in two categories. Cataloging Theories and Practices covers descriptive cataloging, authority control,...
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