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Tuesday, 30th November 2004

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Professional Reading Shelf
Information Technology
Source: Journal of Digital Information
Full Text Paper, Employee Resistance to Information Technology Change in a Social Service Agency: A Membership Category Approach
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Audio Preservation
Source: CLIR
The Art and Science of Audio Preservation
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Technology Books--Book Reviews
Source: LITA
New Issues, TER: Technology Electronic Reviews
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Science Librarianship--Publications
Source: ACRL, Science and Technology Section
Now online:
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Fall 2004

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Interlibrary Loan
Now Available: Free (One Week Only) Full Text Access to Three Recent Issues of Interlending & Document Supply
Articles include:
+ Unmediated is the message: enhancements to traditional interlibrary loan in a Canadian university (Vol 32, No.3)
+ Document access in the United States: revisited 1978-2004 (Vol 32, No.3)
+ An end user writes about accessing documents (Vol 32, No.3)
+ The future of interlending (Vol 32, No.2)
+ License to Deny? Publisher restrictions on document delivery from e-licensed journals (Vol 32, No.2)
+ Interlending and document supply: a review of recent literature (Vol 32, No.2)
+ Finding that document! Enhancing the discovery and locating of journals (Vol 32, No.1)
+ View Interlibrary lending and document supply: past, present and future (Vol 32, No.1)

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