Denver 2001

  • Academic Library/Museum Collaboration: I’m OK, You’re OK
  • Access, Access, Access: Moving to the (Mostly) Electronic Collection in a Small College Library
  • Advocacy for Intellectual Freedom in an Academic Library
  • Artists: The Neglected Patrons?
  • Assessing Information Literacy Skills
  • Assessing the Information Literacy of Undergraduates
  • Becoming Pockets of Hope: The Challenge to Academic Libraries in the 21st Century
  • Beyond ADA: Crossing Borders to Understand the Psychosocial Needs of Students with Disabilities
  • Journal Access Paradigm Change at A Liberal Arts University
  • Examination of a Self-Managed Team in an Academic Library
  • Collection Development and Interdisciplinary Endeavors
  • Collegial Leadership in Academic Libraries
  • The Communication Center: A Full-Service Academic Resource in the Heart of the Library
  • Creating Partnerships in Support of Students Scholarship
  • Crossing to Web-based Instruction: The Importance of Instructional Assessment
  • Deconstructing the At-Risk Student Phenomenon
  • Digital Collections: Acceptance And Use in a Research Community
  • Digital Librarian, Cybrarian, or Librarian with Specialized Skills: Who Will Staff Digital Libraries?
  • Distance Education, Web-Resources Design, and Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • The Entrepreneurial Library: Creating Revenue in the Age of E-Commerce
  • From BI to IL: The Paths of Two Liberal Arts Colleges
  • The Future is Now: Reference Service for the Electronic Era
  • In Search of the Future: Library Services Planning and the Prediction of Student Learning
  • Learning by Teaching
  • Learning from Experience: Strategies for Assuring Effective Library and Information Services
  • An Online Competency Test for Information Literacy: Development, Implementation and Results
  • Online Journals: Utility of ToCs vs. Fulltext
  • The Persistence of Print in a Digital World
  • The Postmodern Library in an Age of Assessment
  • Problems Presented by the New State Uniform Computer Information Transaction ACT (UCITA) Respecting the Use of Electronic Resources
  • Reference Support for Interdisciplinary Scholars: Resources for Working with Women’s Studies Faculty
  • Removing the Walls of Distrust
  • Research Services for Distant Learners: The OLADE Project
  • Science and Information Literacy on the Internet
  • Serving Users Who Need Help Reading the Fine Print—Its All Fine Print to Them
  • Services for New American Users: Indochinese Students’ Behavior in Using Academic Libraries
  • Shifting Sands—The Jurisdiction of Librarians in Scholarly Communication
  • Students as Co-partners for Information Literacy and Instruction
  • Test and Evaluation of an Electronic Database Selection Expert System
  • Testing Library Web Sites: ARL Libraries Weigh In
  • Testing the Design of a Library Information Gateway
  • Transforming BI Activities Into an IL Program: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Usability Testing and Students with Disabilities
  • We Built It and They Came: Client Centered Services in a New Building