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This study describes and evaluates key bibliometric patterns in the articles published by the former Journal of Education for Librarianship (JEL) during its first 24 volumes of existence from 1960 to 1984. Data from each issue of JEL were collected and analyzed using SPSSx. Since JEL became a...
The Censorship Phenomenon in College and Research Libraries: An Investigation of the Canadian Prairie Provinces, 1980‑1985Download
Although college and research libraries in North America are generally thought to be immune to censorship pressures, no impartial research has been undertaken to date to verify this perception. A five-page questionnaire was mailed to the libraries of 68 postsecondary educational institutions in...
The purpose of this study, part of the Medical Library Association (MLA) Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section's project to map the allied health literature, is to identify the core journals in the field of speech-language pathology and to identify indexing and abstracting services that...
荷花香 — 唐招提寺賞荷記 He hua xiang: Tangzhaotisi shang he ji (Lotus Fragrance: Viewing Lotus Flowers in Toshodaiji Monastery, Nara city, Japan)Download
This essay, in Chinese, introduces the Buddhist monastery Toshodaiji in Nara city, Japan, a UN world heritage. Toshodaiji monastery was established in the mid-8th century by Monk Jianzhen (Monk Ganjin) who was invited to come to Japan from China. The main theme, however, is on the lotus flowers...
The Partnership has agreed to move forward with a national implementation of a Continuing Education Certification Program subject to a satisfactory cost analysis. The project will be operated by the Library Association of Alberta.
Focuses on the use of one-on-one instruction in reference services at the Science and Technology Library at the University of Alberta. Changes in the reference service in the library during the later 1990s; Factors affecting one-to-one instruction in reference work; Training of the Reference Team...
More Libraries than Tim Hortons and McDonald's: Capturing the Cultural and Economic Impact of Libraries on CanadaDownload
This article reports on the results of the 1999 survey by the National Core Library Statistics Program (NCLSP). All figure refer to 1999 unless otherwise stated.