Volume 50, Number 1, Summer 2001 Computer-Based Instruction in Libraries and Library Education
: Development, Delivery, and Outcomes of a Distance Course for New College Students.
: The Internet Navigator: An Online Internet Course for Distance Learners.
D. Scott Brandt
: Information Technology Literacy: Task Knowledge and Mental Models.
: The Use of CAI for Distance Teaching in the Formulation of Search Strategies.
Volume 50, Number 2, Fall 2001 Technological Advances in Reference:
A Paradigm Shift?
: An Ideological Analysis of Digital Reference Service Models.
: Long Live Old Reference Services and New Technologies.
Volume 50, Number 3, Winter 2002 Current Theory in Library and Information Science
William E. McGrath
: Explanation and Prediction: Building a Unified Theory of Librarianship, Concept and Review.
, Bluma C. Peritz
: Informetric Theories and Methods for Exploring the Internet: An Analytical Survey of Recent Research Literature.
: Ranking of Nations and Heightened Competition in Matthew Core Journals: Two Faces of the Matthew Effect for Countries.
: Coauthorship Patterns and Trends in the Sciences (1980-1998): A Bibliometric Study With Implications for Database Indexing and Search Strategies.
: Similarities and Dissimilarities in Coauthorship Networks: Gestalt Theory as Explanation for Well-ordered Collaboration Structures and Production of Scientific Literature.
: A Theory of Information Genetics: How Four Subforces Generate Information and the Implications for Total Quality Knowledge Management.
: The Institutionalization of Scientific Information: A Scientometric Model (ISI-S Model).
Volume 50, Number 4, Spring 2002 Midlife Career Decisions of Librarians
Catherine J. Matthews
: Becoming a Chief Librarian: An Analysis of Transition Stages in Academic Library Leadership.
: Exploring the Sabbatical or Other Leave as a Means of Energizing a Career, .
Timothy J. Johnson
: Making It to the Major Leagues: Career Movement between Library and Archival Professions and from Small College to Large University Libraries.
Ronald G. Edwards
: Migrating to Public Librarianship: Depart on Time to Ensure a Smooth Flight.
Marilyn Kay Harhai
: Maybe It's Not Too Late to Join the Circus: Books for Midlife Career Management.
: Job Rotation in an Academic Library: Damned if You Do and Damned if You Don't!
Linda Loos Scarth
: Are We There Yet?: Facing the Never-Ending Speed and Change of Technology in Midlife.