ISTL – Fall 2005

Nov 18, 2005 by

The Fall 2005 issue of Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship is now available. The theme is “Facilities”. Table of contents is available in the extended entry.


Theme: Facilities

* A Century of Progress? Adaptation of the Chemistry Library at the University of Chicago
by Andrea Twiss-Brooks, University of Chicago

* Changing Mission, Strengthened Focus: A New Use for the Current Periodicals Room at the University of California, Santa Cruz
by Catherine Soehner, Christy Hightower, and Wei Wei, University of California, Santa Cruz

* And Then There Was One: Moving and Merging Three Health Science Library Collections
by Mary Hitchcock, Rhonda Sager, and Julie Schneider, University of Wisconsin-Madison

* Capital Improvement: One Northern Virginia Library’s Support of Life-Saving Programs
by Heather Groves Hannan, Victoria Shelton, William Fleming, and Nicki Trosclair Meacham, George Mason University

* The Closing of the LSU Chemistry Library
by William W. Armstrong, Louisiana State University

Refereed Articles

* Biology Article Retrieval from Various Databases: Making Good Choices with Limited Resources
by D. Yvonne Jones, Rollins College

Book Reviews

* From Gutenberg to the Internet: A Sourcebook on the History of Information Technology
by D. Lynn Koenig, University of Kansas

* Internet Guide to Food Safety and Security
by Ruth Riley, University of South Carolina

Database Reviews and Reports

* Compendex Engineering Village 2
by Meghan Lafferty, University of Minnesota and Kitty Porter, Vanderbilt University

Viewpoints

* Federal Repositories: Comparative Advantage in Open Access?

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