ERIC Number: ED476449
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2003
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Charleston Conference Proceedings (21st, Charleston, South Carolina, November 1-3, 2001).
Strauch, Katina, Ed.
This proceedings of the 2001 Charleston Conference on library science contains the keynote address and the text of 27 presentations discussing the latest developments in the digital environment, serials, collection development, books and publishing, consortia, and personnel development as follows: "The Trends They Are A'Changing" (Tom Sanville); "Cross-Ref: Status Update, New Developments" (Amy Brand); "Unlocking the Potential of Your Electronic Collections through Linking" (Chris Pierard); "The Article Economy" (Jay Schafer); "Revolution or Evolution? Digital Myths and Journal Futures: Sifting Fact from Fiction" (Michael A. Mabe); "Seeing Serials from Both Sides of the Fence" (Karolyn Kavanaugh); "The Digital Information Player: We Have the Data But Not Yet the Understanding" (David Nicholas and Anthony Watkinson); "Charleston Panel on Usage Statistics 2001" (Denise M. Davis); "Electronic Archiving" (Craig Van Dyck); "Electronic Archiving: The Mellon Grants" (Ivy Anderson); "LOCKSS: Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe: Creating a Permanent Web Publishing and Access System" (Vicky Reich); "Discipline-Based Portals: The New Content Mediators" (Ruth Rischer and Rick Lugg); "Mass Purchase Versus Selection" (David Kohl); "Debate: Resolved, The Only Remaining Purpose of the Library Is as a Social Center" (David Goodman and Chuck Hamaker); "Nobody Knows the Users We've Seen" (Marian C. Winner and Larry X. Besant); "Collection Development Policy: The Browsing Collection" (Susan Golden); "After the Storm: Collaborating To Restore Library Collections and Facilities Compromised by Disaster" (Susan E. Parker); "Collection Development Trends and Issues in Health Science Libraries" (Ramune Kubilius); "Documents and the Search for Stable Ground" (David Levy); "Treason of the Clerks" (John Smith); "The Book Is Dead: Citation Rates in the Humanities and Social Sciences" (John McDonald); "Problems in the Book Pipeline" (Robert Birch); "Stone Age Consortia, New Age Consortia: The Place for Coordinated Cooperative Collection Management" (Cathy Doyle, Christopher Millson-Martula, and Steve Stratton); "What a State We're In Learning about Library Consortia in New York" (Penny Bealle); "Is Collaboration an Unnatural Act?" (Tom Peters); "Where Have All the Acquisitions Librarians Gone?" (Barbara B. Moran); "Mergers in Acquisitions: Implementing Fast Cat Processing in Academic Libraries" (Rebecca L. Mugridge and Robert B. Freeborn); and "Low Country Yankee Becomes Palm Tree Librarian" (Elizabeth Connor). Contains an index. (MES)
Descriptors: Consortia, Information Technology, Library Collection Development, Library Networks, Library Personnel, Library Science, Library Services, Serials, Staff Development
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - Proceedings
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