No. 6: Winter, 1998
The Katharine Sharp Review Editorial Board - Issue No. 6 Winter 1998
- Kevin Ward, University of Illinois - Founding Editor
- Steven Anderson, University of Arizona
- Helen Baer, University of Texas, Austin
- Jessica Baumgart, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Jennie Berkson, Rutgers
- Su Kim Chung, UCLA
- Craig Confoy, Rutgers
- Ellen Crumley, Dalhousie University
- Jonathan Estrin, University of Pittsburgh
- Kerrie Fergen, University of Buffalo
- Lynne Fors, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Anne Giffey, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Normandy Helmer, Syracuse
- Jennifer Kiffmeyer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Sherry Little, Texas Woman's University
- Lisa McGuire, College of St. Catherine
- Trish Mileham, University of Iowa
- Liz Miller, Rutgers
- Kristy Nelson, University of Iowa
- Ruairi O'Donnell, Strathclyde University
- Peggy Odom, Texas Woman's University
- Michael Pasqualoni, University of Texas, Austin
- Kristen Pool, Kent State University
- Barbara Quarton, San Jose State University
- Jeannine Ramsey, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Debra Revere, University of Washington
- Belinda Robinson-Jones, Kent State University
- Sheri Ruffle, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
- Paul Seelau, University of Iowa
- Joan Soulliere, University of Pittsburgh
- Shannon Van Kirk, University of Alabama
- Megan Wood, University of Washington
- Cabot Yu, University of Western Ontario
From bibliographic instruction to instructional management: A process-oriented approach for reengineering library instruction programs (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1998)Library instruction is an important function of academic library services. However, there is an increasing need to discover new strategies for reaching out to the academic community to promote, develop, and implement quality ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1998)Organizations are increasingly using electronic mail (email) for internal communications. Such communication may be replacing more formal written systems which supported filing and records management. While there is a body ...
Appraisal, provenance, and the computer revolution: An examination of organizational records in the electronic age (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1998)One of the by-products of the Second World War was the computer. Originally conceived as an electro-mechanical device capable of performing the repetitive numerical operations needed to produce ballistics tables, the ...
Instructional communication as a core service competency: A call for curricular change in professional library education The promise of libraries to educate the citizenry has long been a purpose of the library as an institution. Instruction occurs in public, academic, and special libraries and is manifested in many ways beyond the traditional ...
This article describes the uses and advantages of using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) guidelines for cataloging electronic texts. The TEI guidelines have been developed through an international and collaborative effort, ...