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From Carnegie to Internet2 : forging the serials future : proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc. : 14th annual conference, June 10-13, 1999, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Author: P Michelle Fiander; Joseph C Harmon; Jonathan David Makepeace; North American Serials Interest Group. Conference
Publisher: New York : Haworth Information Press, ©2000.
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Genre/Form: Pittsburgh (Pa., 1999)
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P Michelle Fiander; Joseph C Harmon; Jonathan David Makepeace; North American Serials Interest Group. Conference
ISBN: 0789010070 9780789010070 0789010356 9780789010353
OCLC Number: 43487273
Notes: "NASIG."
Co-published simultaneously as The serials librarian, v. 38, no. 1/2 and 3/4, 2000.
Description: 398 pages : illustrations, 1 map ; 23 cm
Contents: Contents * Introduction * Preconference Programs * Metadata Preconference * Scenario Building: Creating Your Library's Future * Plenary Sessions * Moving the Network Revolution in Knowledge Management Beyond Random Acts of Progress * Information Ecologies * Shift Happens: Ten Key Trends in Our Profession and Ten Strategies for Success * Issues Sessions * Academic Librarianship and the Redefining Scholarship Project * Elements of Style for Next Generation Serials Electronic Data Interchange * Initial Articles (Peak Project) * PEAK Project Overview * Project PEAK: Vanderbilt's Experience with Articles on Demand * E-Business for E-Journals: Article Pay-Per-View * UNIFIED SEARCHING OF LOCALLY MOUNTED AND DISTRIBUTED WEB JOURNALS * The American Physical Society and the TORPEDO Ultra Project * The U. S. Naval Research Laboratory and the TORPEDO Ultra Project * The Evolution of Distance Learning Environments: Shift Happens * The Evolution of Distance Learning Environments: Shift Happens * Looking Back * Looking Back * One Hundred Percent Communication * One Hundred Percent Communication * ... And I'll Have That Order with a License on the Side, Please * Vendors and Licenses: Adding Value for Customers * Licensing: A Publisher's Perspective * Subscription Agent and Publisher Initiatives * Breaking the Database Barrier * Searching and Access to Full Content on the Web, or, We've Got Documents and Publications, Now What? * Developing a Web Collection: Selection and Evaluation * Developing a Web Collection: Selection and Evaluation * Academic Issues in E-Journal Selection and Evaluation * Reducing Journal Costs Through Advertising: Exploring the Possibilities * Additive Change: Unobtrusive Advertising for Academic Journals * Exploring the Possibilities in the Print and Electronic Worlds * Redefining the Serial: Issues for the New Millennium * The Journal as a Provider of Community Services * Workshops * Impact of Bundled Databases on Serials Acquisitions in Academic Libraries * The Pricing Implications of Site and Consortia Licensing into the Next Millennium * Managing Multiple Media and Extraordinary Expectations * Push Technology: Applications for Scholarly Communications and Information Management * Printed Back Volumes and Issues: A Thing of the Past? * The Elsevier-WebLUIS Connection: A Florida Venture and Adventure * AACR2 and You: Revising AACR2 to Accommodate Seriality * Dear Abby/Dear Abbott * Hybrid Methods of Desktop Journal Article Delivery * Deacidification of Journals: Saving the Past and Present for the Future--You Mean Publisher's Aren't Using Alkaline Paper? * Organizing Web-Based Resources * Provocative Public Services: Ways That Serials Public Service is Changing in the Electronic Era * Toward Better Access to Full-Text Aggregator Collections * If It's Legal, It's Probably a Serial * Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Collection Management Following a Statewide Purchase of Electronic Resources * Supporting E-Journal Integration Through Standards: The OCLC Reference Services Experience and Experiences from the Field * Forging the Future for Archival Concerns and Resource Sharing * The Convergence of User Needs, Collection Building, and the Electronic Publishing Market Place * Putting it All Together: The Involvement of Technical Services, Public Services, and System to Create a Web-Based Resource Collection * From Catalog Card to MARC: USMARC Bibliographic Self Defense * Realistic Licensing or Licensing Realities: Practical Advice on Licensing Agreements * Taming the Octopus: Getting a Grip on Electronic Resources * 14th Annual NASIG Conference Registrants * Index * Reference Notes Included
Other Titles: From Carnegie to Internet 2
From Carnegie to Internet two
Serials librarian.
Responsibility: P. Michelle Fiander, Joseph C. Harmon, Jonathan David Makepeace, editors.
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