24:2 (2009:05) Citations

June 1, 2009 at 12:40 pm | Posted in Citations | Leave a comment

CITATIONS:  REQUIRED READING BY NASIG MEMBERS
Kurt Blythe, Column 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.]

Summer approaches, and with it a new edition of “Citations.”  A poster, an essay, and three articles are this quarter’s recommended beach reading.  Thanks to the authors for their submissions, and thanks to the membership, generally, for continuing to support this column.  Enjoy.

BLAKE, KRISTEN and JACQUIE SAMPLES. “Creating Organization Name Authority within an Electronic Resources Management System.” Library Resources & Technical Services 53.2 (2009): 94-107. Print.

POPE, BARBARA M. Setting Up an Open URL Resolver in PubMed: One Library’s Experience.  KLA/MPLA Joint Conference 2009: Libraries: Dynamic Places, People & Ideas. Hyatt Regency/Century II Convention Center, Wichita. 2 April 2009.  <http://www.kansaslibraryassociation.org/associations/8255/files/SettingOpenURLpubmed.pdf>. Poster.

POPE, BARBARA M. “Intrinsic Motivation as a Key to Student Employee Retention.” KLA Connects Newsletter (Winter 2009): 4.  <http://www.kansaslibraryassociation.org/associations/8255/files/klawinter2009.pdf>.

SCHERLEN, ALLAN, Xiaorong Shao, and Elizabeth Cramer. “Bridges to China: Developing Partnerships between Serials Librarians in the U.S. and China.” Serials Review 35:2 (June 2009).

Accessible full-text from the NC DOCKS Institutional Repository: https://libres.uncg.edu/ir/asu/listing.aspx?styp=ti&id=1258

ABSTRACT:  University librarians in China face many of the same challenges related to serials management that confront librarians in the United States. The authors discuss the importance for librarians in the United States, especially those working with serials, to establish and build ties with librarians in other countries, such as China. Benefits of an exchange could include sharing information about best practices, exchange of serial materials, and working together on mutually advantageous projects. Acknowledging the growing interest in international library exchange programs, the authors relate their own institution’s efforts to build international ties with Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and Shaanxi Normal University in Xi’an, China. In establishing these ties, the authors have traveled to China and interviewed librarians about serials acquisition, processing, and management.

TERRILL, LORI J. “A Snapshot of Early Acceptance of the CONSER Standard Record in Local Catalogs.” Serials Review 35:1 (2009): 16-27.

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