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A Kaleidoscope of Choices
Reshaping Roles and Opportunities for Serialists

ISBN 9780367426033
Published December 15, 2021 by Routledge
398 Pages

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Book Description

This book, first published in 1995, helps librarians develop skills and strategies to cope effectively with the myriad changes affecting their profession due to the rapid evolution of technology. Informative chapters address the impact of technology on libraries, scholarly communication, vendors, and the publishing industry. They analyses managing change, managing the virtual library, roles of vendors and publishers in providing access to electronic information, and innovations for the bibliographic control of electronic publications.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Beth Holley and Mary Ann Sheble  2. Issues in Information Policy and Access Birdie MacLennan  3. The Internet, Client-Server Computing, and the Revolution in Electronic Publishing Birdie MacLennan  4. Tunneling Through Cyberspace in Search of Adventure: An Introduction to Gopher Betty Landesman  5. Digging Your Own Den in Cyberspace: A Gopher Construction Kit Birdie MacLennan  6. Come Into My Parlor, Said the Spider: World Wide Web and the Mosaic Interface Birdie MacLennan  7. Communicating With Lists: A Beginner's Guide to Listservs and ListProcs Leslie Knapp  8. (Almost) Everything Else You Ever Wanted to Know About Listservs and ListProcs Betty Landesman  9. Technological Change and Its Influence on the Practice and Role of Information Management Czeslaw Jan Grycz  10. The Future of Publishing Robert Weber  11. Reshaping the Serials Vendor Industry Dan Tonkery  12. Changing Focus: Tomorrow's Virtual Library Naomi C. Broering  13. Getting Past the Rapids: Individuals and Change Linda Moore  14. Electronic Chemistry Journals: Elemental Concerns Richard Entlich  15. Adventures in Information Space: Biomedical Discoveries in a Molecular Sequence Milieu Mark S. Boguski  16. Grabbing the Bull by the Tail: Holding on During Change Marjorie E. Bloss  17. Managing Organizational Change: The Harvard College Library Experience Mary Elizabeth Clack  18. Wanted: Information Manager: New Roles for Librarians and Vendors Sharon Cline McKay  19. From Earth to Ether: One Publisher's Reincarnation Susan Lewis  20. Library Cultures in Conflict: Exploring New Roles for Librarians Johann A. van Reenen  21. Understanding Transition: The People Side of Managing Change Judy Clarke  22. At Ease in Liberspace Susan A. Cady  23. The Human Side of the Virtual Library Marion T. Reid  24. Tools for a New Age: An Overview Regina R. Reynolds  25. Getting the Expert Into the System: Expert Systems and Cataloging Paul J. Weiss  26. Standard Generalized Markup Language and the Transformation of Cataloging Daniel V. Pitti  27. Rethinking the Workforce and Workplace: Alternative Ways of Getting the Job Done Fred Hamilton  28. The New World Order: Serials Management of Electronic Resources and Document Delivery Marla Edelman  29. Negotiating Contracts for Electronic Resources Nancy Gibbs  30. ‘Keep Them Doggies Rollin'’, Or, Using Series Authority Records to Improve Cataloging and Processing Workflow Kristine A.J. Smets  31. To Be Continued? Or, The Birth of a Series Steve Oberg  32. Integrating Documents Processing Into Traditional Technical Services Judy Chandler Irvin  33. Ethics in Action: The Vendor's Perspective Heather Miller  34. Cost Accounting for the Serials Librarian: Making Financial Decisions in Tight Times Barbara Shaffer  35. Serialists on the Front Line: New Opportunities for Serials Professionals in Reference and User Education Katy Ginanni  36. Who Needs to Know What?: Essential Communication for Automation Implementation and Effective Reorganization Rita Broadway  37. Document Delivery: Staffing, Technology, and Budgeting Implications Lucy Duhon  38. Methods for Collecting, Processing, and Providing Access to Electronic Serials Paula Sullenger  39. Is It Tweaking or Cataloging Enrichment?: Choices in Reshaping Serial Cataloging Copy Phoebe Timberlake  40. The Journal Pricing Season: The Publisher, Subscription Agent, and Librarians' Viewpoint Debbie Madsen  41. . . . And Then It Happened: Effect of Changes in the Serials Information Environment on the Small-to-Medium Size Academic Library Elaine Jurries  42. Workstation Ergonomics and Computer Calisthenics Amira Unver  43. Problem Solving Workshop Based on Total Quality Management (TQM) Princip Lawrence R. Keating II  44. Job Hunter’s Workshop: How to Find and Land the Right Job, and Survive the Transition Carol MacAdam

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