Journal of Southern Academic and Special Librarianship

Volume 1

Distributed by the International Consortium for the
Advancement of Academic Publication (ICAAP)

ISSN 1525-321X

The Journal of Southern Academic and Special Librarianship is an independent, professional, refereed electronic journal dedicated first and foremost to advancing knowledge and research in the areas of academic and special librarianship. We are committed to covering all aspects of academic and special librarianship without regard to region or country.

Volume 2 of the Journal will consist of a double issue in Fall 2000 and a single issue in Winter 2001.

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v.1 no.1 (June 1999)

A Checklist of Considerations for Writing a Book Proposal: Meeting Tenure Criteria [ HTML | IXML ]

Paul G. Haschak

Drug, Pharmaceutical, and Pharmacy-Related Sites: A Webliography of Core Sites [ HTML | IXML ]

Paul G. Haschak

v.1 no.2 (October 1999)

Metadata in a Digital Special Library: The Energy and Environmental Information Resources Center in Lafayette, Louisiana [ HTML | IXML ]

Dan Foley

Learning Communities: A Selective Overview of Academic Library Involvement [ HTML | IXML ]

Jean-Paul Orgeron

INSPEC on FirstSearch: An Evaluation and Tutorial for Effective Searching [ HTML | IXML ]

Lutishoor Salisbury and Usha Gupta

A Model Job Training Program for Summer Youth: Library Interns at Grambling State University, A.C. Lewis Memorial Library, Grambling, Louisiana [ HTML | IXML ]

Sally Carroll and Sandra Stokley

Flyer by Night: A Cautionary Review [ HTML | IXML ]

Richard DeFoe

v.1 no.3 (February 2000)

Are Transaction Logs Useful? A Ten-Year Study [ HTML | IXML ]

Julie Banks

Cataloging Expert Systems: Optimism and Frustrated Reality [ HTML | IXML ]

William J. Olmstadt

Subject Librarians Relations with Faculty at the University of Botswana: A Review of Liaison Activities [ HTML | IXML ]

Edwin N. Qobose

This State Has "Boundries" (SIC), But No Focus: A Review [ HTML | IXML ]

Richard DeFoe

 

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