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Number 34
Spring 2002

Theme: Partnerships in Sci-Tech Libraries
[Board accepted] Bridging the Two Cultures: A Collaborative Approach to Managing Electronic Resources
by John Dupuis and Patti Ryan, York University
[Board accepted] Riding the Active Learning Wave: Problem-Based Learning as a Catalyst for Creating Faculty-Librarian Instructional Partnerships
by Michael Fosmire and Alexius Macklin, Purdue University
[Board accepted] AgEcon Search: Partners Build a Web Resource
by Louise Letnes and Julie Kelly, University of Minnesota
[Board accepted] EndNote At Lehigh
by Sharon Siegler and Brian Simboli, Lehigh University
Refereed Articles
Elizabeth Choinski, Editor
[Refereed article] Making Choices: Factors in the Selection of Information Resources Among Science Faculty at the University of Michigan Results of a Survey Conducted July-September, 2000
by Jane Quigley, Dartmouth College, David R. Peck, University of Michigan, Sara Rutter, University of Michigan, and Elizabeth McKee Williams, University of Michigan
ACRL Science & Technology Section
[Board accepted] Continuing Education Needs of Science and Technology Librarians: Results of the 2001 STS Continuing Education Committee Survey
by Christina M. Desai, Southern Illinois University
Science and Technology Resources on the Internet
Michael Fosmire, Editor
[Refereed article] Materials Science Resources on the Web
by Lorraine J. Pellack, Iowa State University
Astronomical Resources on the Internet
by Joe Kraus, University of Denver and Pete Banholzer, Goddard Space Flight Center
Book Reviews
Norma Kobzina, Editor
Using the Biological Literature: A Practical Guide
Reviewed by Lutishoor Salisbury, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Database Reviews & Reports
Nestor Osorio, Editor
[Refereed article] A Bibliographic Resource for Statistical Theory: Current Index to Statistics
Reviewed by Laurel L. Kristick, Oregon State University
PROLA: Database Review
Reviewed by Ian D. Gordon, Brock University
PubMed: For More than Just Medicine This Is One of the World's Greatest Databases
Reviewed by Stephanie Bianchi, National Science Foundation
Conference Reports
Jean Poland, Editor
Science & Technology Section General Discussion Group, ALA Midwinter Conference, January 19, 2002
By Norma Kobzina, University of California, Berkeley

Andrea L. Duda, University of California, Santa Barbara

Editorial Board:
Elizabeth Choinski, University of Mississippi
David Flaxbart, University of Texas at Austin
Michael Fosmire, Purdue University
Norma Kobzina, University of California, Berkeley
Nestor Osorio, Northern Illinois University
Jean Poland, Cornell University
Daryl Youngman, Kansas State University

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