Spring 2005 issue of ISTL now out

May 19, 2005 by

The Spring 2005 issue of Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship is now available. The theme is Open Access Journals.


CONTENTS:

Theme: Open Access Journals

* Scientific Research: The Publication Dilemma
by Victoria Shelton, George Mason University

* The Importance of Open Access, Open Source, and Open Standards for Libraries
by Edward M. Corrado, The College of New Jersey

* Global Access To Indian Research: Indian STM Journals Online
by Lalitha Kumari, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology

Refereed Articles

* Survey of GIS Implementation and Use within Smaller Academic Libraries
by JaNae Kinikin, Weber State University and Keith Hench, Kirkwood Community College

* Evaluating Bibliographic Database Overlap for Marine Science Literature Using an Ecological Concept
by Joan Parker, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

Book Reviews

* Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology
by Beverly Ryan, University of California, Santa Barbara

* Using the Mathematics Literature
by Brian Quigley, University of California, Berkeley

* Teaching Tips : Innovations in Undergraduate Science Instruction
by Julie T. Miran, Haverford College

Database Reviews and Reports

* Technology Research Database of Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA)
by Megan Sapp, Purdue University

* GeoscienceWorld Millennium Collection — A New Resource in the Earth Sciences
by Yelena Pancheshnikov, University of Saskatchewan Libraries

Viewpoints

* Instruction: Teaching or Marketing?
by Susan Ardis, University of Texas

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