Johnson, Peggy
April 2004
Library Resources & Technical Services;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p91
Academic Journal
This editorial briefly discusses potential topics for papers in the journal "Library Resources and Technical Services." It is noted that the journal seeks papers that contribute to the advancement of knowledge by sharing research results or reporting unique or evolving technical processes or research methods. Papers should address topics of interest to practitioners, researchers, educators, and students. Some topics that would provide interesting themes for papers include: understanding user behavior; standards; open access/open archives; and creating added value."


Related Articles

  • A Method for Developing a Domain Ontology: A Case Study for a Multidisciplinary Subject. Deokattey, Sangeeta; Neelameghan, Arashanipalai; Kumar, Vijai // Knowledge Organization;2010, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p173 

    A method to develop a prototype domain ontology has been described. The domain selected for the study is Accelerator Driven Systems. This is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary subject comprising Nuclear Physics, Nuclear and Reactor Engineering, Reactor Fuels and Radioactive Waste...

  • 'Die digitale Forschungswelt' als Gegenstand der Forschung. Kindling, Maxi; Schirmbacher, Peter // Information -- Wissenschaft und Praxis;Apr2013, Vol. 64 Issue 2/3, p127 

    The article presents the information management department at the Berlin School of Library and Information Science. Current and future fields of teaching are linked with the research emphasized by the department. Research includes external funds projects, research theses and project classes....

  • Transcending silos, developing synergies: libraries and archives. Oliver, Gillian // Information Research;Dec2010 Supplement 1, Vol. 15, p4 

    Introduction Very little research crosses the institutional boundaries of libraries and archives, and there appears to be little predisposition to look for areas of common interest. However, practitioners in these settings have much to learn from each other. Purpose This paper argues that...

  • Visualization as a research and design approach for library and information science. Exploring seniors' use of a visual search interface. Gainor, Rhiannon; Given, Lisa; Ruecker, Stan; Ruskin, Andrea; Sadler, Elisabeth (Bess); Simpson, Heather // Information Research;Oct2007 Supplement, Vol. 12, p1 

    The article presents an overview of a study which investigated how visualization theory could inform interface design and research practices in library and information science (LIS). The study seeks to design a prototype interface using visual similarity clustering principles and information...

  • Classification Transcends Library Business. Gnoli, Claudio // Knowledge Organization;2010, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p223 

    Although bibliographic classifications usually adopt a perspective different from that of object classifications, the two have obvious relationships. These become especially relevant when users are looking for knowledge scattered in a wide variety of forms and media. This is an increasingly...

  • A Circulation Analysis of Print Books and E-Books in an Academic Research Library. Littman, Justin; Connaway, Lynn Silipigni // Library Resources & Technical Services;Oct2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p256 

    In order for collection development librarians to justify the adoption of electronic books (e-books), they need to determine if e-books satisfy the information needs of patrons. One method to determine this is to measure e-book usage. This study compared the usage of 7,880 titles that were...

  • Surveying the Stacks. Starmer, Mary Ellen; Rice, Dea Miller // Library Resources & Technical Services;Oct2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p263 

    In fall 2002, the University of Tennessee Preservation Office conducted a condition survey of circulating materials in the school's John C. Hodges main library. The objective of the collection condition survey was to evaluate the physical condition of the collection and the effect of human and...

  • Topics of interest for global LIS students. Richardson, Christine // inCite;Jun2010, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p15 

    The article discusses the research undertaken by the foreign students at the Curtin University of Technology which focused on improving the delivery of library, archives, or record management services. Research topics show two characteristics one based in professional practice and secondly they...

  • Metadata Interoperability: A Study of Methodology. Chan, Lois Mai // Chinese Librarianship;Jun2005, Issue 19, pN.PAG 

    The rapid growth of Internet resources and digital collections and libraries is accompanied by a proliferation of metadata schemas. Each metadata schema has been designed based on the requirements of the particular user community, intended users, type of materials, subject domain, the depth of...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics