No. 7: Summer, 1998

 
Katharine Sharp Review Editorial Board - Issue No. 7 Summer 1998

  1. Kevin Ward, University of Illinois - Founding Editor

  2. Steven Anderson, University of Arizona
  3. Helen Baer, University of Texas, Austin
  4. Jessica Baumgart, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  5. Jennie Berkson, Rutgers
  6. Su Kim Chung, UCLA
  7. Craig Confoy, Rutgers
  8. Ellen Crumley, Dalhousie University
  9. Jonathan Estrin, University of Pittsburgh
  10. Lynne Fors, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  11. Anne Giffey, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  12. Normandy Helmer, Syracuse
  13. Jennifer Kiffmeyer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  14. Sherry Little, Texas Woman's University
  15. Lisa McGuire, College of St. Catherine
  16. Liz Miller, Rutgers
  17. Kristy Nelson, University of Iowa
  18. Ruairi O'Donnell, Strathclyde University
  19. Peggy Odom, Texas Woman's University
  20. Michael Pasqualoni, University of Texas, Austin
  21. Kristen Pool, Kent State University
  22. Jeannine Ramsey, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  23. Debra Revere, University of Washington
  24. Belinda Robinson-Jones, Kent State University
  25. Paul Seelau, University of Iowa
  26. Joan Soulliere, University of Pittsburgh
  27. Shannon Van Kirk, University of Alabama
  28. Megan Wood, University of Washington
  29. Cabot Yu, University of Western Ontario

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  • Butts, Aaron (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1998)
    This article examines organizational theory's concept of loose coupling in relation to a university archives. The situations which would lead to an archives being tightly coupled to the organization it serves and why ...

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  • Raine, Kristina Nelson (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1998)
    Growing reliance on computer-aided instruction (CAI) technology and websites devoted to user education cannot adequately meet the research needs of university freshmen. BI instructors can receive help and encouragement in ...

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  • Caws-Elwitt, Hilary (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1998)
    By law, works of the United States Government are in the public domain, to protect taxpayers from paying twice for information, and to encourage the widest possible dissemination of that information. The complexities of ...

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