The Journal of Academic Librarianship 31(6)

The Journal of Academic Librarianship
Volume 31, Issue 6, Pages 503-624 (November 2005)

Redefining the Future of Academic Libraries: When the Definition of ‘Public Good’ Changes
Brenda Bailey-Hainer and Rick B. Forsman

A Critical Examination of the Assessment Analysis Capabilities of OCLC ACAS
Lucy E. Lyons

Concurrent Validity of LibQUAL+? Scores: What Do LibQUAL+ Scores Measure?
Bruce Thompson, Colleen Cook and Martha Kyrillidou

Education for Digitization: How Do We Prepare?
Claudia A. Perry

Using a Decision Grid Process to Build Consensus in Electronic Resources Cancellation Decisions
Gerri Foudy and Alesia McManus

Self-Efficacy and the First-Year University Student’s Authority of Knowledge: An Exploratory Study
Anne M. Fields

What’s Coming Off the Shelves? A Reference Use Study Analyzing Print Reference Sources Used in a University Library
Jane T. Bradford

Faculty Views of Open Web Resource Use by College Students
Nicholas G. Tomaiuolo

Undergraduate Students’ Source Selection Criteria: A Qualitative Study
Michelle Twait

Dual-Screen Monitors: A Qualitative Analysis of Their Use in an Academic Library
Susan E. Russell and Katherine Wong

The Missing Link: Context Loss in Online Databases
Jia Mi and Frederick Nesta

Perspectives on… Roaches, Guerrillas, and “Librarians on the Loose”
Barbara Macke

MANAGING TECHNOLOGY: Unicode: The Universal Character Set
Karen Coyle

Creative Destruction: Academic Libraries and the Burden of Change
John A. Shuler

E-journals from China: Technical and Collection Issues
Yurong Y. Atwill