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Library Trends, Volume 44
Volume 44, Number 1, Summer 1995
- Sara Mills Mazie, Linda M. Ghelfi:
Challenges of the Rural Environment in a Global Economy.
- Bernard Vavrek:
Rural Information Needs and the Role of the Public Library.
- Mark Merrifield:
The Funding of Rural Libraries.
- John Christenson:
Role of the Public Library Trustee.
- Daniel D. Barron:
Staffing Rural Public Libraries: The Need to Invest in Intellectual Capital.
- Ristiina Wigg:
Across Towns and Across Times: Library Service to Young People in Rural Libraries.
- Judith I. Boyce, Bert R. Boyce:
Library Outreach Programs in Rural Areas.
- Jan Ison:
Rural Public Libraries in Multitype Library Cooperatives.
- Patricia LaCaille John:
The Rural Information Center Assists Local Communities.
- Steve Cisler:
The Library and Wired Communities in Rural Areas.
- Glen E. Holt:
The Future of Rural Libraries.
Volume 44, Number 2, Fall 1995
- Barbara MacAdam:
Sustaining the Culture of the Book: The Role of Enrichment Reading and Critical Thinking in Undergraduate Curriculum.
- Peter V. Deekle:
Books, Reading, and Undergraduate Education.
- Hannelore B. Rader:
Information Literacy and the Undergraduate Curriculum.
- Susan G. Blandy, Patricia O. Libutti:
As the Cursor Blinks: Computers, Thinking, and Library Instruction.
- Judith M. Pask, Carl Snow:
Undergraduate Instruction and the Internet.
- Virginia M. Tiefel:
Library User Education: Examining Its Past, Projecting Its Future.
- Larry Hardesty:
Faculty Culture and Bibliographic Instruction: An Exploratory Analysis.
- Michael O. Engle:
Forty-Five Years After Lamont: The University Undergraduate Library in the 1990s.
- Steven Gowler:
The Habit of Seeking: Liberal Education and the Library at Berea College.
- Ellen Meltzer, Patricia Davitt Maughan, Thomas K. Fry:
Undergraduate in Focus: Can Student Input Lead to New Directions in Planning Undergraduate Library Services.
- David F. Kohl:
As Time Goes By...: Revisiting Fundamentals.
- Evan Farber:
Plus Ça Change....
- Taylor E. Hubbard:
Bibliometric Instruction and Postmodern Pedagogy.
Volume 44, Number 3, Winter 1996
- Thomas Seay, Sheila Seaman, David J. Cohen:
Measuring and Improving the Quality of Public Services: A Hybrid Approach.
- Sarah E. Thomas:
Quality in Bibliographic Control.
- Philip Tompkins:
Quality in Community College Libraries.
- Vicki Williamson, F. C. A. Exon:
The Quality Movement in Australian University Libraries.
- Glen E. Holt:
On Becomming Essential: An Agenda for Quality in Twenty-First Century Public Libraries.
- Sarah Pritchard:
Determining Quality in Academic Libraries.
- Alan Gilchrist, John Brockman:
Where is the Xerox Corporation of the LIS Sector?
- Patricia Kovel-Jarboe:
Quality Improvement: A Strategy for Planned Organizational Change.
- Barbara K. Stripling:
Quality in School Library Media Programs: Focus on Learning.
- Ellen Nagle:
The New Knowledge Environment: Quality Initiatives in Health Sciences Libraries.
Volume 44, Number 4, Spring 1996
- Kay E. Vandergrift:
Female Advocacy and Harmonious Voices: A History of Public Library Services and Publishing for Children in the United States.
- Margaret Bush:
New England Book Women: Their Broadening Influence.
- Karen Patricia Smith:
Initiative and Influence: The Contributions of Virginia Haviland to Children's Services, Research and Writing.
- Betsy Hearne:
Margaret K. McElderry and the Professional Matriarchy of Children's Books.
- Ann D. Carlson:
Zena Sutherland: Reviewer, Teacher, and Author.
- Lynn S. Cockett:
Writing for Parents about Children's Literature in Mass Market Publications, 1900-1950.
- Christine A. Jenkins:
Professional Jurisdiction and ALA Youth Services Women: Of Nightingales, Newberies, Realism, and the Right Books, 1937-1945.
- Anne Lundin:
The Pedagogical Context of Women in Children's Services and Literature Scholarship.
- Jane Anne Hannigan:
A Feminist Analysis of the Voices for Advocacy in Young Adult Services.
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