6.3 Library Issues: General Works

Albanese, Andrew Richard. "Moving from Books to Bytes." Library Journal, 1 September 2001, 52-54.

Atkinson, Ross. "Managing Traditional Materials in an Online Environment: Some Definitions and Distinctions for a Future Collection Management." Library Resources & Technical Services 42 (January 1998): 7-20.

________. "Networks, Hypertext, and Academic Information Services: Some Longer-Range Implications." College & Research Libraries 54 (May 1993): 199-215.

________. "Toward a Redefinition of Library Services." In Virtually Yours: Models for Managing Electronic Resources and Services, ed. Peggy Johnson and Bonnie MacEwan, 3-21. Chicago: American Library Association, 1999.

Bailey, Charles W., Jr. "Bricks, Bytes, or Both? The Probable Impact of Scholarly Electronic Publishing on Library Space Needs." In Information Imagineering: Meeting at the Interface, ed. Milton T. Wolf, Pat Ensor, and Mary Augusta Thomas, 89-99. Chicago: American Library Association, 1998. [HTML file]

Bailey, Charles W., Jr., and Dana Rooks, eds. "Symposium on the Role of Network-Based Electronic Resources in Scholarly Communication and Research." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 2 (1991): 4-60. [ASCII file]

Branin, Joseph, Frances Groen, and Suzanne Thorin. "The Changing Nature of Collection Management in Research Libraries." Library Resources & Technical Services 44 (January 2000): 23-32.

Brooks, Sam, and Thomas J. Dorst. "Issues Facing Academic Library Consortia and Perceptions of Members of the Illinois Digital Academic Library." portal: Libraries and the Academy 2, no. 1 (2002): 43-57.

Butler, Meredith. "Electronic Publishing and Its Impact on Libraries: A Literature Review." Library Resources & Technical Services 28 (January/March 1984): 41-58.

Cline, Nancy M. "Virtual Continuity: The Challenge for Research Libraries Today." EDUCAUSE Review 35 (May/June 2000): 22-28.

Covey, Denise Troll. Usage and Usability Assessment: Library Practices and Concerns. Washington, DC: Digital Library Federation, Council on Library and Information Resources, 2002. [Acrobat file]

Crawford, Walt. Being Analog: Creating Tomorrow's Libraries. Chicago: American Library Association, 1999.

Crawford, Walt, and Michael Gorman. Future Libraries: Dreams, Madness, and Reality. Chicago: American Library Association, 1995.

Cummings, Anthony M., Marcia L. Witte, William G. Bowen, Laura O. Lazarus, and Richard H. Ekman. University Libraries and Scholarly Communication: A Study Prepared for the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1992. [HTML file]

Davis, Trisha L. "The Evolution of Selection Activities for Electronic Resources." Library Trends 45 (Winter 1997): 391-403.

Delsey, Tom. "The National Library's Role in Facilitating Scholarly Communications." Canadian Journal of Communication 22, nos. 3/4 (1997): 89-104.

Dewey, Barbara I., and Carol Ann Hughes. "Sharing Minds: Creating the Iowa Scholarly Digital Resources Center." Information Technology and Libraries 18 (June 1999): 84-92.

Ekman, Richard H., and Richard E. Quandt. "Scholarly Communication, Academic Libraries, and Technology." Change 27 (January/February 1995): 34-44.

Esterhazy, Jonathan. "Providing Authenticated Access to Web Resources." College & Research News 60 (September 1999): 617-618.

Farrell, Elizabeth F., and Florence Olsen. "A New Front in the Sweatshop Wars?" The Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 October 2001, A35-A36.

Faulkner, Lila A., and Karla L. Hahn. "Selecting Electronic Publications: The Development of a Genre Statement." Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 30 (2001). [HTML file]

Gherman, Paul M. "Found Money: Trading Infrastructure for Information." Journal of Library Administration 31, no. 2 (2000): 49-62.

Goerwitz, Richard. "Pass-Through Proxying as a Solution to the Off-Site Web-Access Problem." D-Lib Magazine (June 1998). [HTML file]

Grycz, Czeslaw Jan. "Resource Sharing in the Systematic Context of Scholarly Communication." Library Trends 45 (Winter 1997): 499-517.

Hiremath, Uma. "Electronic Consortia: Resource Sharing in the Digital Age." Collection Building 20, no. 2 (2001): 80-87.

Intner, Sheila S. "Impact of the Internet on Collection Development: Where Are We Now? Where Are We Headed? An Informal Study." Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 25, no. 3 (2001): 307-322.

Jaffe, Lee David. "The Information Revolution Is Over." Serials Review 20, no. 4 (1994): 7-10.

Jewell, Timothy D. Selection and Presentation of Commercially Available Electronic Resources: Issues and Practices. Washington, DC: Digital Library Federation, Council on Library and Information Resources, 2001. [Acrobat file]

Kellerman, L. Suzanne. "Out-of-Print Digital Scanning: An Acquisitions and Preservation Alternative." Library Resources & Technical Services 46 (January 2002): 3-10.

Kibbey, Mark, and Nancy H. Evans. "The Network Is the Library." Educom Review 24 (Fall 1989): 15-20.

Krieb, Dennis. "You Can't Get There from Here: Issues in Remote Access to Electronic Journals for a Health Sciences Library." Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (Spring 1999). [HTML file]

Landesman, Margaret, and Johann van Reenen. "Consortia vs. Reform: Creating Congruence." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 6 (December 2000). [HTML file]

Lee, Hur-Li. "What Is a Collection?" Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51 (October 2000): 1106-1113.

Leggate, Peter. "Acquiring Electronic Products in the Hybrid Library: Prices, Licenses, Platforms and Users." Serials 11 (July 1998): 103-108.

Lewis, David W. "Inventing the Electronic University." College & Research Libraries 49 (July 1988): 291-304.

________. "What if Libraries Are Artifact-Bound Institutions?" Information Technology and Libraries 17 (December 1998): 191-197.

Lougee, Wendy P. "Beyond Access: New Concepts, New Tensions for Collection Development in a Digital Environment." Collection Building 14, no. 3 (1995): 19-25.

Loughry, Patricia, and Amy W. Shannon. "Managing Selection and Implementation of Electronic Products: One Tiny Step in Organization, One Giant Step for the University of Nevada, Reno." Serials Review 26, no. 3 (2000): 32-44.

Lynch, Clifford. "From Automation to Transformation: Forty Years of Libraries and Information Technology in Higher Education." EDUCAUSE Review 35 (January/February 2000): 60-68.

________. "The Technological Framework for Library Planning in the Next Decade." New Directions for Higher Education, no. 90 (1995): 93-105.

________. "The Transformation of Scholarly Communication and the Role of the Library in the Age of Networked Information." The Serials Librarian 23, no. 3/4 (1993): 5-20.

Lynden, Frederick C. "Budgeting for Collection Development in the Electronic Environment." Journal of Library Administration 28, no. 4 (1999): 37-56.

________. "Tradeoffs or Not: The Pros and Cons of the Electronic Library." Collection Management 21, no. 1 (1996): 65-92.

McMillan, Gail. "Librarians as Publishers: Is the Digital Library an Electronic Publisher?" College & Research Libraries News 61 (November 2000): 928-931.

Manoff, Marlene. "Hybridity, Mutability, Multiplicity: Theorizing Electronic Library Collections." Library Trends 49 (Summer 2000): 857-876.

_________. "Revolutionary or Regressive? The Politics of Electronic Collection Development." In Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, ed. Robin P. Peek and Gregory B. Newby, 215-229. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1996.

________. "The Symbolic Meaning of Libraries in a Digital Age." portal: Libraries and the Academy 1, no. 4 (2001): 371-381.

Markuson, Barbara Evans, and Elaine W. Woods, eds. Networks for Networkers II: Critical Issues for Libraries in the National Network Environment. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., 1993.

Martin, Robert Sidney, ed. Scholarly Communication in an Electronic Environment: Issues for Research Libraries. Chicago: Rare Books and Manuscript Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, American Library Association, 1993.

Mercer, Linda S. "Measuring the Use and Value of Electronic Journals and Books." Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (Winter 2000). [HTML file]

Metz, Paul. "Principles of Selection for Electronic Resources." Library Trends 48 (Spring 2000): 711-728.

________. "The View From a University Library." Change 27 (January/February 1995): 29-33.

Neal, James G. "Chaos Breeds Life: Finding Opportunities for Library Advancement During a Period of Collection Schizophrenia." Journal of Library Administration 28, no. 1 (1999): 3-17.

Okerson, Ann. "Are We There Yet? Online E-Resources Ten Years After." Library Trends 48 (Spring 2000): 671-693.

Packer, Donna. "Acquisitions Allocations: Fairness, Equity and Bundled Pricing." portal: Libraries and the Academy 1, no. 3 (2001): 209-224.

Peters, Thomas A. "What's the Use? The Value of E-Resource Usage Statistics." New Library World 103, nos. 1172/1173 (2002): 39-47.

Shim, Wonsik, and Charles R. McClure. "Data Needs and Use of Electronic Resources and Services at Academic Research Libraries." portal: Libraries and the Academy 2, no. 2 (2002): 217-236.

Stewart, Lou Ann. "Choosing Between Print and Electronic Resources: The Selection Dilemma." The Reference Librarian, no. 71 (2000): 79-97.

Treloar, Andrew. "Rethinking the Library's Role in Publishing." Learned Publishing 12 (January 1999): 25-31.

Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography > Table of Contents > 6.3 Library Issues: General Works

Bailey, Charles W., Jr. Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Houston: University of Houston Libraries, 1996-2002.