The Journal of Academic Librarianship 31(3)

Volume 31, Issue 3, (May 2005)

Open Access Publishing: The Evidence from the Authors
David Nicholas and Ian Rowlands

Copyright Policies and the Deciphering of Fair Use in the Creation of Reserves at University Libraries
Thomas H.P. Gould, Tomas A. Lipinski and Elizabeth A. Buchanan

Government Information in the Digital Age: The Once and Future Federal Depository Library Program
James A. Jacobs, James R. Jacobs and Shinjoung Yeo

What Do They Tell Their Students? Business Faculty Acceptance of the Web and Library Databases for Student Research
Nancy H. Dewald

Remote Access Revisited: Disintermediation and its Discontents
Mary Kate Boyd-Byrnes and Marilyn Rosenthal

The Electronic Welcome Mat: The Academic Library Web Site as a Marketing and Public Relations Tool
Jeanie M. Welch

Compliance, Cooperation, Collaboration and Information Literacy
Jane Scales, Greg Matthews and Corey M. Johnson

The SPARC Initiative: A Survey of Participants and Features Analysis of Their Journals
Mia Liza A. Lustria and Donald O. Case

Embed with the Faculty: Legal Information Skills Online
Nicki McLaurin Smith and Prue Presser

Reference Service in the Digital Age: An Analysis of Sources Used to Answer Reference Questions
Jane T. Bradford, Barbara Costello and Robert Lenholt

Public Relations and Library Weeding
Paul Metz and Caryl Gray

Standards in a time of constant change
Karen Coyle

Dude, Where are My Civil Rights?
Becky Albitz

Towards Collaboration: The Development of Collaborative Virtual Reference Service in China
Yi Jin, Min Huang, Haoming Lin and Jing Guo