11th National Conference Papers

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Alphabetical Listing of Titles

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An "All" Electronic Journal Collection in a University Library: Two Years Later by Carol Hansen Montgomery and Donald W. King

Assessing User Needs for an Image Delivery System by Henry Pisciotta and Ann Copeland

Attributes for the Next Generation of Library Directors by Arthur P. Young, Ronald R. Powell, and Peter Hernon


Bringing the Library to Students: Linking Customized Library Resources through a Course-Management System by Loanne Snavely and Helen Smith


Can We Encourage Learning by Shaping Environment? Patterns of Seating Behavior in Undergraduates by Virginia E. Young

The Catalog of the Future: Integrating Electronic Resources by Dana M. Caudle

Collaborating with Our Patrons: Letting the Users Select by Lynn Sutton

A Comparison of the Functions and Processes Associated with Identifying, Selecting, Acquiring, and Organizing Paper Books and Electronic Books by Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Stephen R. Lawrence

Computer Anxiety in the 21st Century: When You Are Not in Kansas Any More by Rita Kohrman

Creating the Arizona Electronic Atlas: A GIS Partnership by Chris Kollen, Jeanne Pfander, Louise Greenfield, Atifa Rawan, and Miriam Glanz


Digital Video: The Next Step in Reference and Education by Susan Lessick, Judy Ruttenberg, Heather Tunender, Kathryn Kjaer, Roumania Katzarkov, and James E. Crooks

Diversity and Organizational Success: A Survey of Chief Academic Officers in Liberal Arts Colleges by Mark Winston and Haipeng Li

Does the Building Really Matter? Facility Improvements and Library Usage by Harold B. Shill and Shawn Tonner


Effect of the Web on Undergraduate Citation Behavior: Guiding Student Scholarship in a Networked Age by Phil M. Davis

The Essential Librarian? An Exploration of Academic Librarians as a "Keystone Species" by Jessica George, Lisa Stillwell, and Marjorie Warmkessel

Evolution of the Thesis Literature Review: A Faculty-Librarian Partnership To Guide Off-Campus Graduate Research and Writing by Rosemary Green and Mary Bowser


Faculty Views of the Transition from Print to Electronic Formats by Mark Sandler and Janet Palmer

The Future is Not Just for Librarians, It's for Staff, Too: Who Will They Be, and Where Will We Find by Sally W. Kalin


The Higher Education Environment and the Role of the Academic Library by John W. Shumaker

Hook, Line, and . . . Sinking? Helping Faculty Stay Afloat in the Sea of Technology by Darlene Nichols and Laurie Sutch

How Historians Locate Primary Resource Materials: Educating and Serving the Next Generation of Scholars by Helen R. Tibbo


Journey with New Maps: Adjusting Mental Models and Rethinking Instruction to Language Minority Scholars by Miriam Conteh-Morgan


The Library as Place in the Lives of African Americans by Ruth C. Shoge

A Look at Now and Then: Salaries of Academic and Research Librarians by Tom Terrell and Vicki L. Gregory


Making Informed Decisions: The Implications of Assessment by Susan J. Beck

Men's Work, Women's Work: The Social Shaping of Technology in Academic Libraries by Lori Ricigliano and Renée Houston


Online Privacy vs. Enhanced Virtual Reference: What Do Patrons Really Want? by Amy VanScoy and Megan Oakleaf

Online Tutorials for Library Instruction: An Ongoing Project Under Constant Revision by Kornelia Tancheva

Open Source Culture by Edward Iglesias

Organizational Entry, Sense Making, and New Professional Employees in Academic Libraries by Janice Simons-Welburn and William C. Welburn


Portals, Super Discover Tools, and the New Academic Platform: Ensuring a Collective Research Library Presence on the Web by Mary E. Jackson and Krisellin Maloney

Potentials of Dynamic Database-Driven Web Sites by Francie C. Davis and Laura Pope Robbins

The Power of Partnerships: Spanning the Digital Divide for Teacher Education by Mem Stahley


The Reform Movement for the First Year Experience: What is Your Role?by John D. Gardner and Michael J. Siegel, Ph.D.

The Role of the Academic Library in Promoting Student Engagement in Learning by George D. Kuh and Robert M. Gonyea


Smoothing the Transition to Mandatory Electronic Theses by Betsy Coles and George Porter

Social Sciences Literature and Electronic Information by John M. Budd and Corrie Christensen

Strategies for Successful Hiring: Common Sense Interviewing Techniques by Francie C. Davis


What Do Faculty Need? Academic Library Resources and Services That Increase Research Productivity by Ethelene Whitmire

What Faculty Want: A Study of Attitudes Influencing Faculty Collaboration in Library Instruction by Kate Manuel, Molly Molloy, and Susan Beck

Where it Counts: Departmental Curriculum Committees and Librarians by Sheril J. Hook and Verónica Reyes

Work Values of Academic Librarians: Exploring the Relationships between Values, Job Satisfaction, Commitment, and Intent to Leave by Barbara Burd

Working with Wisdom: Collaboration Between Career Services and University Libraries by Paula Quenoy and Elizabeth Orgeron