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New Technologies in Libraries - Citations week 11  Peter Suber
 Mar 15, 2002 08:34 PST 
Application of New Technologies in Libraries - Citations week 11
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URL's of the cited journals:
Knowledge Organization: via: http://www.ergon-verlag.de/
The Library Quarterly: http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/LQ/home.html
Library Trends: http://www.lis.uiuc.edu/puboff/catalog/trends/toc.html
College & Research Libraries News: http://www.ala.org/acrl/c&rlnew2.html

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The Technical Document: Unicity and Plurality / Christel Froissart, Geneviève
Lallich-Boidin.
//In: Knowledge organization. - ISSN 0943-7444. - 28(2001)3; p. 123-128.

Query Reformulation for Information Retrieval on the Web Using the Point of
View Methodology: Preliminary Results / Leila Naït-Baha, ... [et al.].
//In: Knowledge organization. - ISSN 0943-7444. - 28(2001)3; p. 129-140.

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A primary knowledge revolution: new demands, new responsibilities for
reference librarians and services in the digital age / Michael Gordon Jackson.
//In: The Library Quarterly. - ISSN 0024-2519. - 72(2002)1; p. 123-128.
[A review article]

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Vol. 50 (2001) no. 2 of 'Library Trends' is a theme issue, entitled:
"Technological Advances in Reference: A Paradigm Shift?", with among others
the following articles:

Evaluating Reference Services in the Electronic Age / Jo Bell Whitlatch .
//In: Library Trends. - ISSN 0024-2594. - 50(2001)2; p. 207-217.

An Ideological Analysis of Digital Reference Service Models / Juris Dilevko.
//In: Library Trends. - ISSN 0024-2594. - 50(2001)2; p. 218-244.

Long Live Old Reference Services and New Technologies / Bill Katz.
//In: Library Trends. - ISSN 0024-2594. - 50(2001)2; p. 263-285.

The Emerging Reference Paradigm: A Vision of Reference Services in a Complex
Information Environment / John W. Fritch, Scott B. Mandernack.
//In: Library Trends. - ISSN 0024-2594. - 50(2001)2; p. 286-305.

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Managing reference e-mail in an archival setting: tools for the increasing
number of reference queries / Mary Margaret Bell.
//In: College & Research Libraries News. - ISSN 0099-0086. - 63(2002)2; p.
99-101.

Computational Science: an Internet introduction / Anna Keller Gold.
//In: College & Research Libraries News. - ISSN 0099-0086. - 63(2002)2; p.
112-116.
[Column: Internet Resources]

This weekly service is provided by Erik Arfeuille. Periodicals Department.
Catholic University of Leuven Belgium.
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