- Gordon B. Baldwin:
The Library Bill of Rights--A Critique.
- Louise S. Robbins:
Champions of a Cause: American Librarians and the Library Bill of Rights in the 1950s.
- Toni Samek:
The Library Bill of Rights in the 1960s: One Profession, One Ethic.
- Dianne McAfee Hopkins:
The Library Bill of Rights and School Library Media Programs.
- Shirely A. Wiegand:
Reality Bites: The Collision of Rhetoric, Rights, and Reality and the Library Bill of Rights.
- Kathleen Nietzke Wolkoff:
The Problem of Holocaust Denial Literature in Libraries.
- Chris Schladweiler:
The Library Bill of Rights and Intellectual Freedom: A Selected Bibliography. Libr. Trends 45(1) (1996)
- Julie Thompson Klein:
Interdisciplinary Needs: The Current Context.
- Marcia J. Bates:
Learning About the Information Seeking of Interdisciplinary Scholars and Students.
- Carole L. Palmer:
Information Work at the Boundaries of Science: Linking Library Services to Research Practices.
- Patrick Wilson:
Interdisciplinary Research and Information Overload.
- Robert Pahre:
Patterns of Knowledge Communities in the Social Sciences.
- Patricia Clark:
Disciplinary Structures on the Internet.
- Howard D. White:
Literature Retrieval for Interdisciplinary Syntheses.
- Jack T. Smith Jr.:
Meta-Analysis: The Librarian as a Member of an Interdisciplinary Research Team.
- Joan B. Fiscella:
Bibliography as an Interdisciplinary Information Service.
- Mattei Dogan:
The Hybridization of Social Science Knowledge.
- Susan E. Searing:
Meeting the Information Needs of Interdisciplinary Scholars: Issues for Administrators of Large University Libraries.
- Michael F. Winter:
Specialization, Territoriality, and Jurisdiction in the Growth of Knowledge: Librarianship and the Political Economy of Knowledge.
- Edward Shreeves:
Is There a Future for Cooperative Collection Development in the Digital Age?
- Trisha L. Davis:
The Evolution of Selection Activities for Electronic Resources.
- John H. Barnes:
One Giant Leap, One Small Step: Continuing the Migration to Electronic Journals.
- William Gray Potter:
Recent Trends in Statewide Academic Library Consortia.
- David F. Kohl:
Resource Sharing in a Changing Ohio Environment.
- Clifford A. Lynch:
Building the Infrastructure of Resource Sharing: Union Catalogs, Distributed Search, and Cross-Database Linkage.
- Jennifer A. Younger:
Resource Description in the Digital Age.
- Tona Henderson, Bonnie MacEwan:
Electronic Collections and Wired Faculty.
- Czeslaw Jan Grycz:
Resource Sharing in the Systemic Context of Scholarly Communication.
- Bruce R. Kingma:
Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing: The Economics of the SUNY Express Consortium.
- Randy Marcinko:
Issues in Commercial Document Delivery.
- Chandra Prabha, Elizabeth C. Marsh:
Commercial Document Suppliers: How Many of the ILL/DD Periodical Article Requests Can They Fulfill?
- Pam Sandlian:
Visioning the Future of the Digital Library.
- Virginia A. Walter:
Becoming Digital: Policy Implications for Library Youth Services.
- Robert Janus:
From Paper and Ink to CD-ROM: Digitizing the World Book Image.
- Marvin I. Weinberger:
Just In Time Learning with "Electric Library".
- Eliza T. Dresang:
Influence of the Digital Environment on Literature for Youth: Radical Change in the Handheld Book.
- Eva Chen, Corinna Fales, Julie Thompson:
Digitized Primary Source Documents from the Library of Congress in History and Social Studies Curriculum.
- Judith K. Graves:
Design Considerations for the Library of Congress Learning Page: Providing Learners Context and Access to the Collections.
- Delia Neuman:
Learning and the Digital Library.
- Carol Collier Kuhlthau:
Learning in Digital Libraries: An Information Search Process Approach.
- Sandra G. Hirsh:
How Do Children Find Information on Different Types of Tasks? Children's Use of the Science Library Catalog.
- Bertram C. Bruce, Kevin Leander:
Searching for Digital Libraries in Education: Why Computers Cannot Tell the Story.
- Frances Jacobson, Emily Ignacio:
Teaching Reflection: Information Seeking and Evaluation in a Digital Library Environment.
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