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  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Includes information about two discussion sessions that occurred during the conference. Appendix IV-A lists members of each discussion group. Group facilitators and reporters are also identified. Appendix IV-B lists ...
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    A summary of group discussions which resulted from the drafting of a national action plan aimed at strengthening and advancing area librarianship. Group discussions examined four key areas: education and preparation of ...
  • Neal, James (1996)
    Outlines the conference objectives, which are to discuss the results of the National Survey on Area Librarianship and draft a national action plan aimed at strengthening and advancing area librarianship.
  • O'Meara, Patrick (1996)
    Provides an historical overview of international education in the United States, with emphasis placed on the role of external funding. O’Meara discusses the impact of changing trends in academic scholarship on library ...
  • Krutulis, Mary (1996)
    Presents the findings from a national survey sent to deans at American Library Association (ALA) accredited Library and Information Science (LIS) programs. Krutulis concludes that LIS programs offer limited coursework in ...
  • Neal, James (1996)
    Presents the findings from a national survey sent to library directors at ARL institutions. Neal estimates that 65 institutions employ approximately 564 area librarians nationwide. Neal discusses recent efforts to recruit ...
  • Gardiner, Denise (1996)
    Presents the findings from a national survey sent to Title VI resource center directors. Gardiner discusses the number of students currently pursuing careers in area librarianship, the types of cooperative activities ...
  • Foreword 
    Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Table of contents for the Proceedings of the Future of Area Librarianship Conference.
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    A detailed schedule of conference events.
  • Credits 
    Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Acknowledges the support of U.S. Department of Education Title VI funding to make this conference possible.
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    A list of conference participants with their position title and home institution.
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    A summary of responses and questions from conference participants regarding the results of the survey.
  • Wiggins, Gary; Lee, Wade M. (1997)
    reviews the two main avenues for teaching chemical information to undergraduate students: in a dedicated course or integrated into existing chemistry courses or laboratories
  • Wiggins, Gary (CHMINF-L listserve, 1997)
    Gary Wiggins' selected submissions to CHMINF-L, Chemical Information Sources Discussion List
  • Chaudemanche, Diane; Herold, Elaine (2000-11)
    This bibliography of Indiana University's first President, Andrew Wylie (1789-1851), was compiled and then published on the Wylie House Museum's website in 2000 as a reference and research tool. The Wylie House Museum is ...
  • Bobay, Julie; Dallis, Diane; Pershing, Gwendolyn; Popp, Mary (American Library Association, 2001)
    This chapter describes the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries' experience of contracting with two consultants to help review goals for the Libraries' Web site, to lead usability tests with various user groups, and ...
  • Noel, Robert E.; Waugh, Timothy (Special Libraries Association, 2002-06)
    How do the libraries at large institutions market information services to a diverse community of users in an increasingly digital and complex environment? Both Indiana University and Abbott Laboratories are large organizations ...
  • Porter, Dorothy (UNC Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science, 2002-11)
    This paper discusses the use of and attitudes towards electronic resources by a select group of medieval scholars. A survey was sent to ninety-two medievalists selected from eight institutions of higher education with ...

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