E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship

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

ISSN 1704-8532

E-JASL 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. We are also committed to the principles of open access for academic research.

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 Published and distributed by the International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication (ICAAP), Athabasca, Canada

Permanently archived in the National Library of Canada's Electronic Publications Collection

Indexed in LISA (Library and Information Science Abstracts)

 Be sure to read this other ICAAP-hosted journal:
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

v.6 no.1-2 (Summer 2005)

Differences in Indexing Term Vocabularies and Agreement with Subject Specialists

John M. Weiner

Change and Connections: Passion and Organizational Change

Lynn Baird

Papa's Got A Brand New (Virtual) Bag: Real-Time Chat and Reference Discourse

Darren Chase

Aligning Campus Portals with Learners' Needs: A Preliminary Study on the Implementation of Campus Portals in Iranian Higher Education Communities

Alireza Hejazi and Mitra Dilmaghani

Information and Communication Technologies and the Effects of Globalization: Twenty-First Century "Digital Slavery" for Developing Countries--Myth or Reality?

L. A. Ogunsola

Cross-Disciplinary Prospecting: Educational Technology Offers Up Gold for Library and Information Science Curricula

Michael J. Miller

Teaching Information Literacy to the Advanced Writing Class in Three Sessions

Colleen Kennedy

v.6 no.3 (Winter 2005)

Narrowcasting to Faculty and Students: Creating an Efficient "Research by Subject" Page

Rob Withers, Rob Casson, and Aaron Shrimplin

UDLib/SEARCH: Enhancing Information Literacy in Delaware Public Schools through use of Technology

Dianna McKellar

Movers and Shakers in the Library Publishing World Highlight their Roles: Interviews with Print and Electronic Journal Editors - A Comparison

Julie Banks and Carl Pracht

Building Library Collections, the eBay Way

Camila Gabaldón

Handling Legal Questions at the Reference Desk and Beyond

Newkirk Barnes

You Are What You Link: A Guideline for the Enrichment of Information on Campus Portals—A Perspective from Iran

Alireza Hejazi and Mitra Dilmaghani

Users and Internet Skills: A Report from Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria

Stella E. Igun


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