Library Trends, Volume 51
Volume 51, Number 1, Summer 2002
Services to the Labor Community
: Librarians, Working Families: Bridging the Information Divide, .
Thomas James Connors
: Preserving the Historical Record of American Labor: Union-Library Archival Services Partnerships, Recent Trends, and Future Prospects.
: Simple Exhibits and Effective Learning: Presenting the United Farm Workers' Experience on the World Wide Web.
Volume 51, Number 2, Fall 2002
Teaching and Assessing Information Skills in the Twenty-first Century
Ilene F. Rockman
: Strengthening Connections Between Information Literacy, General Education, and Assessment Efforts.
Jacqueline de Ruiter
: Aspects of Dealing with Digital Information: 'Mature' Novices on the Internet.
: Information Literacy in Chinese Higher Education.
Gary B. Thompson
: Information Literacy Accreditation Mandates: What They Mean for Faculty and Librarians.
Volume 51, Number 3, Winter 2003
Economics of Libraries
Lewis G. Liu
: The Economic Behavior of Academic Research Libraries: Toward a Theory.
Lewis G. Liu
: The Cost Function and Scale Economies in Academic Research Libraries.
: Applying DEA Technique to Library Evaluation in Academic Research Libraries.
: Public Opinion and the Funding of Public Libraries.
Robert M. Hayes
: Cooperative Game Theoretic Models for Decision-Making in Contexts of Library Cooperation.
Volume 51, Number 4, Spring 2003
Research Questions for the Twenty-first Century
: Research in School Library Media for the Next Decade: Polishing the Diamond.
Prudence W. Dalrymple
: Improving Health Care through Information: Research Challenges for Health Sciences Librarians.
: Electronic Publishing: Research Issues for Academic Librarians and Users.