24:1 (2009:03) Citations: Required Reading by NASIG Members

March 3, 2009 at 4:53 pm | 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 which would benefit the membership to read.  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.  Include contact information with submissions.]

Ladies and gentlemen, colleagues, one and all, say hello to the fourth iteration of “Citations.”  Four appearances in a quarterly newsletter makes this column relatively well-established.  Of course, it wouldn’t exist without contributors; therefore, now is probably the time to extend a thank you to NASIG’s scholars, reviewers, critics and essayists for providing the content, thus enriching our minds and professional understanding:  Thanks!

And, a special thank you to this issue’s contributors:

CHESLER, ADAM and Susan King. “Tier-Based Pricing for Institutions: A New, E-Based Pricing Model.” Learned Publishing 22:1 (Jan. 2009): 42-49.

SIBLEY, B. JEAN. “Chipping Away at Serials Processing Backlogs in Technical Services.” Serials Librarian 55:3 (2008): 444-456.

SIBLEY, B. JEAN. “ERM on a Shoestring — Workshop Summary Report” (Dalene Hawthorne and Jennifer Watson, presenters). Serials Librarian 55:3 (2008): 478-480.

WILKINSON, FRANCES C. and LINDA K. LEWIS. Writing RFPs for Acquisitions: A Guide to the Request for Proposal (ALCTS Acquisitions Guides No. 14). Chicago: American Library Association. 2008.

WILKINSON, FRANCES C. and LINDA K. LEWIS. “Developing a Safety Training Program.”  Library & Archival Security 21:2 (2008): 77-85.


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