ALCTS Papers Series
The ALCTS Papers on Library Technical Services and Collections series is a theme-oriented series dedicated to publishing topical, time-sensitive papers from our continuing education offerings and conference programs as well as supplementary manuscripts, commentaries, and reviews. Conference, institute, and other continuing education program presentations often may be expanded to form the basis of a publication. Program planners and presenters interested in exploring publication possibilities are encouraged to contact the ALCTS at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a title to propose for the ALCTS Papers Series, please complete this form.
The Institutional Repository: Benefits and Challenges #18
Pamela Bluh and Cindy Hepfer, Editors, ALCTS Publishing, 2010–
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- Sample Chapter: "Implementing Open Access Policies Using Institutional Repositories" by Ellen Finnie Duranceau and Sue Kriegsman
Risk and Entrepreneurship in Libraries: Seizing Opportunities for Change #17
Pamela Bluh and Cindy Hepfer, Editors, 120p. 2009, ALCTS.
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Sample Chapter: "Moderately Risky Business" by Joyce L. Ogburn
Table of Contents | Introduction
Commemorating the Past, Celebrating the Present, Creating the Future: Papers in Observance of the 50th Anniversary of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services #16
Pamela Bluh, Editor, 216p. 2007, ALCTS.
Perspectives on Serials in the Hybrid Environment #15
Harriet Lightman and John P. Blosser, Editors, 112p. 2007, ALCTS.
SALSA de Tópicos=Subjects in SALSA #14
David P. Miller and Filiberto Felipe Martínez Arellano, Editors, 90p. 2007, ALCTS.
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Sample Chapter: "Development of a Spanish Subject Headings List" ("Desarrollo de una lista de encabezamientos de materia en español") by Filiberto Felipe Martínez Arellano
Table of Contents and Foreword by Ana Cristán
Introduction by David Miller, editor
Managing Electronic Resources: Contemporary Problems and Emerging Trends #13
Pamela Bluh and Cindy Hepfer, Editors, 138p. 2006, ALCTS.
Knowledge without Boundaries: Organizing Information for the Future #12
Michael A. Chopey, Editor, 96p. 2005, ALCTS.
Marketing to Libraries for the New Millennium: Librarians, Vendors, and Publishers Review the Landmark Third Industry-Wide Survey of the Library Marketing Practices and Trends #11
Hendrik Edelman and Robert P. Holley, Editors, 216p. 2002, Scarecrow Press, Inc.
Cataloging the Web: Metadata, AACR, and MARC 21 #10
Wayne Jones, Judith Ahronheim, and Josephine Crawford, Editors, 208p. 2002, ScarecrowPress, Inc.
Managing Electronic Serials #9
Pamela Bluh, Editor, 189p. 2001, ALA Editions.
Virtually Yours: Models for Managing Electronic Resources and Services, #8
Peggy Johnson and Bonnie MacEwan, Editors 176p. 1998, ALA Editions.
Bibliographic Control of Conference Proceedings, Papers, and Conference Materials, #7
Olivia M. A. Madison and Sara Shatford Layne, Editors, 123p. 1996, ACRL.
Future of the Descriptive Cataloging Rules, #6
Brian E. C. Schottlaender, Editor, 135p. 1996, ALA Editions.
Collection Management and Development: Issues in an Electronic Era, #5
Peggy Johnson and Bonnie MacEwan, Editors, 148p. 1993, ALA Editions.
Format Integration and Its Effect on Cataloging, Training, and Systems, #4
Karen Coyle, Editor, 100p. 1993, ALA Editions.
Collection Management for the 1990s, #3
Joseph J. Branin, Editor, 178p. 1992, ALA Editions.
Origins, Content, and Future of AACR2 Revised, #2
Richard P. Smiraglia, Editor, 139p. 1992, ALA Editions.
Subject Authorities in the Online Environment, #1
Karen Markey, Editor, 84p. 1991, ALA Editions