23:2 (2008:06) Citations: Required Reading by NASIG Members

May 30, 2008 at 11:31 am | Posted in Citations | Leave a comment

Kurt Blythe, Columns Editor

[Note: Please report citations for publications by the membership—to include scholarship, reviews, criticism essays, and any other published works the reading of which would benefit the membership. You may submit citations on behalf of yourself or other members to Kurt Blythe at kcblythe@email.unc.edu. Contributions on behalf of fellow members will be cleared with the author(s) before they are printed. Please include your e-mail address or phone number.]

Welcome to the inaugural edition of “Citations,” a bibliography of publications by our NASIG colleagues. The purpose of this new column is to make the membership, our readership, more aware of the publications NASIG members are producing, the better for each of us to stay informed on the serials topics and research of the day. We also want to congratulate the authors on their accomplishments. Thanks to NASIG member Lisa Blackwell for the initial idea that led to this column. Find below our first bibliography of publications appearing since January 2008. NASIG members’ names appear in boldface.

Bradford, Michael, Mark Dehmlow, Anastasia Guimaraes, M. Ladd, Pat Loghry, and Marcy Simons. “Education and Electronic Resources (ER) Librarianship: How Library School Programs are Meeting the Needs of the ER Librarian Position.” Collection Management 32.1/2 (2008): 49.

  • Co-published as a chapter in: Electronic Resources Librarianship and Management of Digital Information, edited by Mark Jacobs, Haworth Press, 2008.

Chamberlain, Clint, and Barbara MacAlpine, “Pay-Per-View Article Access: A Viable Replacement for Subscriptions?” Serials, 21.1 (2008): 30-34.

Duncan, Jennifer. “Working from Afar: A New Trend for Librarianship.” C&RL News, 69.4 (April 2008): 216. <http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2008/april08/workingfromafar.cfm>

Hahn, Karla L., “Research Library Publishing Services: New Options for University Publishing.” Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries. 2008.

Hawthorne, Dalene. ALCTS course. Fundamentals of Electronic Resource Acquisitions. <http://classes.ala.org/course/info.php?id=33>

Johnson, Richard K., and Judy Luther, “The E-Only Tipping Point for Journals: What’s Ahead in the Print-to-Electronic Transition Zone.” Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries. 2007. <http://www.arl.org/bm~doc/Electronic_Transition.pdf>

Joshipura, S., “Selecting, Acquiring, and Renewing Electronic Resources.” In Yu, Holly & Breivold, Scott (Ed.), Electronic resource management in libraries: Research and practice (pp. 48-70). USA: Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global).

Ramaswamy, M., Baillargeon, T., Simser, C. N., “Making E-Reference Books Findable.” Library Philosophy and Practice, March 2008.

Scherlen, Allan and Matthew Robinson, “Open Access to Criminal Justice Scholarship: A Matter of Social Justice.” Journal of Criminal Justice Education, March 2008.

Scherlen, Allan, “Columns and Blogs: Making Sense of Merging Worlds.” Serials Librarian, 54.1/2 (in press 2008).

  • Also published within the monograph of the conference proceedings of North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) (forthcoming). This paper was the basis for a PowerPoint presentation delivered at two sessions co-presented with Bob Nardini entitled, “Column People: the Future of Columns in a World of Blog” at the May 2007 NASIG Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

Scherlen, Allan, “Local to Global: The Importance of State-Level Library Journals.” Serials Reviews, 34.2 (June 2008).


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