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RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage – Fall 2017

RBM Fall 2017 coverThe Fall 2017 issue of RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage is now freely available online. Visit the RBM website for complete contents of RBM and its preceeding title Rare Books & Manuscripts Librarianship from 1986 to the present. RBM became an open access journal in Spring 2016.

Editor’s Note

Richard Saunders. “Editor’s Note.”

Research Articles

D. Courtenay McLeland. “Artists’ Books Collection Development: Considerations for New Selectors and CollectionsArtists’ Books Collection Development: Considerations for New Selectors and Collections.”

Melissa McMullan and Joanna Cobley. “Lessons in Ephemera: Teaching and Learning through Cultural Heritage Collections.”

Eddie Woodward. “The Epidemic in the Archives: A Layman’s Guide to Cellulose Acetate Lamination.”

Colleen Hoelscher and Sarah Burke Cahalan. “Rethinking Special Collections Moves as Opportunities, not Obstacles.”

Book Reviews

Jennifer K. Sheehan. Michelle Levy and Tom Mole. The Broadview Introduction to Book History.

Eric C. Stoykovich. Science in the Archives: Pasts, Presents, Futures. Lorraine Daston, ed.

College & Research Libraries – November 2017

C&RL November 2017The November 2017 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.

Note: The November 2013 issue was the final print issue of College & Research Libraries. The journal began an online-only publication model in January 2014.

Editorial

Wendi Arant Kaspar. “The Role and Responsibility of Peer Review.”

Articles

Sarah P.C. Dahlen and Kathlene Hanson. “Preference vs. Authority: A Comparison of Student Searching in a Subject-Specific Indexing and Abstracting Database and a Customized Discovery Layer.”

Paula R. Dempsey. “Resource Delivery and Teaching in Live Chat Reference: Comparing Two Libraries.”

Ayoung Yoon and Teresa Schultz. “Research Data Management Services in Academic Libraries in the US: A Content Analysis of Libraries’ Websites.”

Anna Mierzecka, Małgorzata Kisilowska, and Andrius Suminas. “Researchers’ Expectations Regarding the Online Presence of Academic Libraries.”

Leila Belle Sterman and Jason A. Clark. “Citations as Data: Harvesting the Scholarly Record of Your University to Enrich Institutional Knowledge and Support Research.”

Heather Brodie Perry. “Information Literacy in the Sciences: Faculty Perception of Undergraduate Student Skill.”

Hilary Bussell, Jessica Hagman, and Christopher S. Guder. “Research Needs and Learning Format Preferences of Graduate Students at a Large Public University: An Exploratory Study.”

Book Reviews

Melissa Anderson. Andrea Baer. Information Literacy and Writing Studies in Conversation: Reenvisioning Library-Writing Program Connections. Sacramento, Calif.: Library Juice Press, 2016. 202p. Paper, $28.00 (ISBN 978-1-63400-021-5).

Deborah Garson. Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks. Randall McClure, ed., for the Association of College and Research Libraries. Chicago: American Library Association, 2016. 303p. Softcover, $68.00 (ISBN 978-0-8389-8904-3).

Harlan Greene. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. Fiorella Foscarini, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mack, and Gillian Oliver, eds. London: Facet Publishing, 2016. Paper, $85.00 (ISBN 978-1-78330-158-4).

Andrea Kosavic. Developing Digital Scholarship: Emerging Practices in Academic Libraries. Alison Mackenzie and Lindsey Martin, eds. Chicago: ALA Neal Schuman, 2016. 184p. Paper, $70.00 (ISBN: 978-0-8389-1555-4). LC 2017289052.

Mark Shelton. Mary Snyder Broussard. Reading, Research, and Writing: Teaching Information Literacy with Process-Based Research Assignments. Chicago: American Library Association for the Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017. 140p. Paper, $40.00.

Marisa Soltz. Connie Strittmatter and Virginia K. Bratton. Teaching Plagiarism Prevention to College Students: An Ethics-Based Approach. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016. 158p. Hardbound, $75.00 (ISBN 1-4422-6440-3). LC 2016-012049.

College & Research Libraries – September 2017

C&RL September 2017The September 2017 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.

Note: The November 2013 issue was the final print issue of College & Research Libraries. The journal began an online-only publication model in January 2014.

Editorial

Sarah Potvin. “And Who Will Review the Review(er)s?

Articles

Shannon M. Oltmann. “Intellectual Freedom in Academic Libraries: Surveying Deans about Its Significance.”

Lucy Campbell. “The Information-Seeking Habits of Architecture Faculty.”

Megan Fitzgibbons, Lorie Kloda, and Andrea Miller-Nesbitt. “Exploring the Value of Academic Librarians’ Participation in Journal Clubs.”

Leo S. Lo, Bethany Herman. “An Investigation of Factors Impacting the Wellness of Academic Library Employees.”

Krista M. Soria, Jan Fransen, Shane Nackerud. “The Impact of Academic Library Resources on Undergraduates’ Degree Completion.”

Carol Tenopir, Elizabeth D. Dalton, Lisa Christian, Misty K. Jones, Mark McCabe, MacKenzie Smith, and Allison Fish. “Imagining a Gold Open Access Future: Attitudes, Behaviors, and Funding Scenarios among Authors of Academic Scholarship.”

Sarah Thorngate, Allison Hoden. “Exploratory Usability Testing of User Interface Options in LibGuides 2.”

Book Reviews

Christopher K. Anderson. Forging the Future of Special Collections. Arnold Hirshon, Robert H. Jackson, and Melissa A. Hubbard, eds. Chicago: Neal-Schuman, 2016. 202p. Paper, $85.00 (ISBN 978-08389-1386-4).

John M. Budd. Academic Librarianship Today. Todd Gilman, ed. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017. 248p. Paper, $55.00 (ISBN 978-1-4422-7875-2).

Scott Curtis. Mark Aaron Polger and Scott Sheidlower. Engaging Diverse Learners: Teaching Strategies for Academic Librarians. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited, 2017. 164p. Paper, $60.00 (ISBN 978-1-4408-3850-7).

Alexandra Hauser. Cinthya M. Ippoliti and Rachel W. Gammons. User-Centered Design for First Year Library Instruction Programs. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited, 2017. 192p. Paper, $60.00 (ISBN 9781440838521).

Jordan S. Sly. Timothy Snyder. On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century. New York: Tim Duggan Books, 2017. 126p. Paper, $7.99 (ISBN 978-0-8041-9011-4).

 

College & Research Libraries – July 2017

C&RL - July 2017 coverThe July 2017 issue of College & Research Libraries is now freely available online. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and follow C&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.

Note: The November 2013 issue was the final print issue of College & Research Libraries. The journal began an online-only publication model in January 2014.

Editorial

Wendi Arant Kaspar. “The Signaling Value of Peer Review.”

Articles

Manuel Ostos. “What Do They Use? Where Do They Get It? An Interdisciplinary Citation Analysis of Latin American Studies Faculty Monographs, 2004–2013.”

Tao Zhang, Xi Niu, and Marlen Promann. “Assessing the User Experience of E-Books in Academic Libraries.”

Jenny S. Bossaller and Heather Moulaison Sandy. “Documenting the Conversation: A Systematic Review of Library Discovery Layers.”

Ellen Nierenberg. “A Comparison of Nursing and Teacher Education Students’ Information Literacy Learning: Results from Norway, 2016.”

Frans Albarillo. “Is the Library’s Online Orientation Program Effective with English Language Learners?

Shannon L. Farrell, Amy E. Neeser, and Carolyn Bishoff. “Academic Uses of Video Games: A Qualitative Assessment of Research and Teaching Needs at a Large Research University.”

Scott Spicer and Andrew Horbal. “The Future of Video Playback Capability in College and University Classrooms.”

Book Reviews

Kelli Johnson. Ann Whitney Gleason. New Methods of Teaching and Learning in Libraries. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017. 200p. Paper, $55.00 (ISBN 978-1-4422-6411-3).

Lizzy Walker. Linked Data for Cultural Heritage. Eds. Ed Jones and Michele Seikel for the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services. Chicago: American Library Association, 2016. 134p. $75.00 (ISBN 978-0-8389-1439-7).

Ryan Litsey. The Small and Rural Academic Library: Leveraging Resources and Overcoming Limitations. Eds. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick and Deborah Tritt. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016. 2016. 264p. Paper, $56.00 (ISBN 978-083898900-5).

Jenny S. Bossaller. Choosing to Lead: The Motivational Factors of Underrepresented Minority Librarians in Higher Education. Ed. Antonia P. Olivas. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017. 151p. Paper, $38.00 (ISBN 978-083898887-9).

Dana Hart. New Directions for Special Collections: An Anthology of Practice. Eds. Lynne M. Thomas and Beth M. Whittaker. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited, 2017. 249p. $85.00 (ISBN 978-1-4408-4290-0).

Ruth Szpunar. Collaborating for Impact: Special Collections and Liaison Librarian Partnerships. Eds. Kristen Totleben and Lori Birrell. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016. 270p. $60.00 (ISBN 978-083898883-1).

RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage – Spring 2017

RBM Spring 2017The Spring 2017 issue of RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage is now freely available online. Visit the RBM website for complete contents of RBM and its preceeding title Rare Books & Manuscripts Librarianship from 1986 to the present. RBM became an open access journal in Spring 2016.

Editor’s Note

Jennifer K. Sheehan. “Editor’s Note.”

Research Articles

Mariette Atallah. “Distortion of Content and Endangered Archives: A Case Study of a Donation to the American University of Beirut, Lebanon.”

Gerald Chaudron. “‘It’s Not Human!’: Another Example of Anthropodermic Bibliopegy Discredited.”

Jason W. Dean and Emily Grover. “Social Media as Entrée into Special Collections Reference Works.”

Kristen J. Nyitray and Sally Stieglitz. “Spies in the Archive: Acquiring Revolutionary War Spy Letters Through Community Engagement.”

Book Reviews

Mary A. Caldera. Kate Vieira. American by Paper: How Documents Matter in Immigrant Literacy.

Jolie Braun. Forging the Future of Special Collections, edited by Arnold Hirshon, Robert H. Jackson, and Melissa Hubbard.

Daniel J. Slive. G. Thomas Tanselle. Portraits and Reviews.

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