- Lorraine J. Haricombe:
Introduction: Service to Remote Users. Libr. Trends 47(1) (1998)
- Thomas A. Peters:
Remotely Familiar: Using Computerized Monitoring to Study Remote Use.
- Ann Wolpert:
Services to Remote Users: Marketing the Library's Role.
- Rosemarie Cooper, Paula R. Dempsey:
Remote Library Users: Needs and Expectations.
- John A. Niemi, Barbara J. Ehrhard:
Off-Campus Library Support for Distance Adult Learners.
- Phyllis C. Self, Barbara A. Wright, Jessica L. Waugh:
Remote Users of Health Sciences Libraries.
- Sandra Hartzer, Brian Paterson, Dorette Snyman, Lisa Thompson, Louise van Heerden, Marza Vorster, Ansie Watkins:
Web Information Services at the University of South Africa: A Work in Progress.
- Bernie Sloan:
Service Perspectives for the Digital Library: Remote Reference Services.
- Barbara G. Preece, Thomas L. Kilpatrick:
Cutting Out the Middleman: Patron Initiated Interlibrary Loan.
- Bradley Gulliford:
Making Choices in the Virtual World: The New Model at United Technologies Information Network.
- Ina A. Brown-Woodson:
On-line Services to AT&T Employees.
- Geoffrey C. Bowker, Susan Leigh Star:
Introduction: How Classifications Work: Problems and Challenges in an Electronic Age. Libr. Trends 47(2) (1998)
- Jeffrey T. Huber, Mary L. Gillaspy:
Social Constructs and Disease: Implications for a Controlled Vocabulary for HIV/AIDS.
- Jennifer Tobias:
Seeking the Subject.
- Susan Leigh Star:
Grounded Classification: Grounded Theory and Faceted Classification.
- Hope A. Olson:
Mapping Beyond Dewey's Boundaries: Constructing Classification Space for Marginalized Knowledge Domains.
- Geoffrey C. Bowker:
The Kindness of Strangers: Kinds and Politics in Classification Systems.
- Hanne Albrechtsen, Elin K. Jacob:
The Dynamics of Classification Systems as Boundary Objects for Cooperation in the Electronic Library.
- Mark A. Spasser:
Psychiatrists Make Diagnoses, but not in Circumstances of Their Own Choosing: Agency and Structure in the DSM.
- Elizabeth Gremore Figa:
Mapping Culture: Rural Circuit Medical Librarians' Information Systems.
- Linnea S. Martin:
Pin the Tales on the Donkay: The Life of Libraries, as told by Don Krummel to Linnea Martin.
- Bernie Sloan:
These Keys. . . Written Personal Narrative as Family Lore and Folk Object.
- Cecelia Merkel:
Folkloristics of Educational Spaces: Material Lore in Classrooms with and without Walls.
- Laura J. Neumann:
Paper, Piles, and Computer Files: Folklore of Information Work Environments.
- Kevin Powell:
Structure versus Context: Understanding the Design and Use of Computer Tools in Social Settings.
- Tonyia J. Tidline:
The Mythology of Information Overload.
- Betsy Hearne:
Swapping Tales and Stealing Stories: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Folklore in Children's Literature.
- Sarai Lastra:
Juan Bobo: A Folkloric Information System.
- Melanie A. Kimball:
From Folktales to Fiction: Orphan Characters in Children's Literature.
- Janice M. Del Negro:
A Change of Storyteller: Folktales in Children and Books, from Arbuthnot to Sutherland.
- Gertrude Himmelfarb:
Revolution in the Library.
- Virginia Massey-Burzio:
The Rush to Technology: A View from the Humanists.
- Wendy M. Starkweather, Camille Clark Wallin:
Faculty Response to Library Technology: Insights on Attitudes.
- Suzanne Hildenbrand:
The Information Age versus Gender Equity? Technology and Values in Education for Library and Information Science.
- Karin Begg Borei:
The Rewards of Managing an Electronic Mailing List.
- Linda S. Dobb:
Four Retreats and a Forum: A Meditation on Retreats as a Response to Change.
- Dorothy E. Jones:
Ten Years Later: Support Staff Perceptions and Opinions on Technology in the Workplace.
- Yin Zhang:
Scholarly Use of Internet-Based Electronic Resources: A Survey Report.
- Laverna M. Saunders:
The Human Element in the Virtual Library.
- Donald E. Riggs, Sha Li Zhang:
The Human Implications of Technology's Impact on the Content of Library Science Journals.
- David S. Zeidberg:
The Archival View of Technology: Resources for the Scholar of the Future.
- F. W. Lancaster:
Afterword: Human Response to Library Technology. Libr. Trends 47(4) (1999)
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