ERIC Number: ED322912
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: 0
Crossing Borders: New Territories in the 90's. Contributed Papers Presented at the Arizona State Library Association Conference (Tucson, Arizona, November 1989).
Hammond, Carol, Ed.
Twelve reports comprise this collection from the 1989 Arizona State Association Conference: (1) "CD ROMs Teach Online Searching" (Susan Awe); (2) "Collection Development as Intellectual Activity: An East Asian Specialist's View" (Ju-yen Teng); (3) "Computer-Assisted Reference Service in Map Librarianship: Electronic Access to Cartographic Information" (Charlene M. Baldwin and Jack D. Mount); (4) "Crossing Borders: From Slip Catalog to OPAC" (Margaret F. Maxwell); (5) "Expanding the Borders of Educated America: The Librarian's Role in Recruitment and Retention of Minority Students" (Jeanne L. Pfander); (6) "From Equal Opportunity to Affirmative Action: Changing Hiring Practices at the University of Arizona" (Merri Hartse, Atifa Rawan, and Roger Scanland); (7) "Going Offline (sort of): The Impact and Implications of CD-ROM and PAC Databases as Online Alternatives" (George Machovec and Dennis Brunning); (8) "Homage to Melvil Dewey: The Need for Library Standards in Archival Description" (Robert P. Spindler); (9) "Interdepartmental Cooperation--Making the University of Arizona Library Stronger" (Janet S. Fore and R. Cecilia Knight); (10) "Library Express: The Establishment of an Across-Campus Document Delivery Service" (Sheila Walters); (11) "A Model for Resource Sharing" (Janice Bradley); and (12) "Researching Interdisciplinary Topics Online: A Methodology for Evaluating Databases" (Karen Williams and Ruth Dickstein). (SD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Arizona State Library Association, Phoenix.