Shopping for Information (Database Marketplace 2005) – By Carole Tenopir, Gayle Baker, & William Robinson
Industry behemoths, niche sellers, and boutique shops compete for library dollars.
Looking Up–Conference Preview SLA 2005 – By Lynn Blumenstein
A revitalized SLA is responding to a need for flexible, affordable, professional development.
The Hippest History – By Bernadette A. Lear
The detritus of your library’s past can help with your present-day marketing, fundraising, and professional pride.
Digital Dawn (Audio Video 2005) – By Alan Kaye
Libraries see formats fading and feel the heat of a new AV age.
Must-Haves for Eyes & Ears–Video (Audio Video 2005) – By Staff
Must-Haves for Eyes & Ears–Audio (Audio Video 2005) – By Staff
Into the Limelight – By Barbara Hoffert
LJ asks librarian Harold Augenbraum for his views from the top of the National Book Foundation.
All Digital–Government Documents 2004 – By Linda B. Johnson
More than three-and-a-half years after 9/11, homeland security initiatives, and the resulting implications for and impact on government information, there continues to be a mix of restrictions and openness to information dissemination.
Let’s Get PhysicalOr Not (Audio Video 2005) – by Ann Kim