Library Resources & Technical Services

Articles from Vol. 48, No. 1, January

Association for Library Collections and Technical Services Annual Report 2002/2003
The strategic mission of the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services succinctly states that The ALCTS Division must continue to be on the forefront of recognizing and influencing these fundamental changes as envisioned ...
Cataloging and Metadata Education in North American LIS Programs
This paper presents findings of a survey on the state of cataloging arm metadata education in ALA-accredited library and itemization science programs in North America. The survey was conducted in response to Action Item 5.1 of the "Bibliographic Control...
Cataloging Electronic Books
Papers on the cataloging of electronic resources have focused on electronic journals and Internet resources such as Web sites and not on electronic books. Electronic books are nonserial monographic resources accessed with a computer either directly...
Collection Development and Maintenance across Libraries, Archives, and Museums: A Novel Collaborative Approach
Note: An earlier draft of this paper was presented on April 17, 2003, at the 2003 Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 16-19, 2003. This paper proposes guidelines for collaboration...
Editorial
I recently explained the responsibilities of a journal editor to a colleague in my library. I spent time going through the sequence of: * Working with an editorial board * Soliciting submissions * Receiving and acknowledging solicited and...
Evaluative Study of Catalog Department Web Pages
Web page development is, an important aspect of library practice, and evaluative studies can confirm further development and upgrades in the performance of Web pages. To date, there have been no published reports about Web pages of library catalog...
Notes on Operations Gold Rush: Integrated Access to Aggregated Journal Text through the OPAC
Faced with the challenge of providing access' to full-text content offered through journal aggregator services, the University of Denver found a better way to integrate costly aggregator journal titles with traditional information resources through...
Paper to PDF: Making License Agreements Accessible through the OPAC
In search of a cohesive tool for managing license agreements, the University of Florida Libraries has devised an in-house project. This paper tracks development of the project from its' theoretical inception, which began in 1997. The project was intended...
The Administration and Management of Integrated Library Systems: A Survey and Results
The Pennsylvania State University Libraries developed a committee organizational structure (composed of a steering committee and functional expert teams) to administer and manage its integrated library system. This paper will summarize that organizational...
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