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Number 37
Spring 2003

Theme: Information Literacy for Science & Technology
[Board accepted] Bioinformatics Training by Librarians and for Librarians: Developing the Skills Needed to Support Molecular Biology and Clinical Genetics Information Instruction
by Kristine Alpi, Weill Medical College of Cornell University
[Board accepted] Connecting Engineering Students with the Library: A Case Study in Active Learning
by Brian D. Quigley and Jean McKenzie, University of California, Berkeley
[Board accepted] Hands-on Learning for Freshman Engineering Students
by Julie Arnold, Robert Kackley, and Stephen Fortune, University of Maryland
[Refereed article] The Business of Science: Cross-Disciplinary Information Literacy in the Applied Sciences and Business
by Mary Feeney and Jim Martin, University of Arizona
[Board accepted] Using a WebCT to Develop a Research Skills Module
by Kelli Bellew Martin and Jennifer Lee, University of Calgary
[Board accepted] Low Stress Opportunity for Research Students to Explore Information Resources: Information Literacy for the Physical Scientist
by Leah Solla, Cornell University
[Board accepted] A Tale of Two Classes: Teaching Science and Technology Reference Sources both Traditionally and through Distance Education
by Susan B. Ardis, The University of Texas at Austin
[Board accepted] Developing an Information Skills Curriculum for the Sciences
by Eleanor M. Smith, North Carolina State University
Refereed Articles
Elizabeth Choinski, Editor
[Refereed article] Leaving Science for LIS: Interviews and a Survey of Librarians with Scientific and Technical Degrees
by Julie Hallmark, The University of Texas at Austin and Mary Frances Lembo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
[Refereed article] Suiting Library Instruction to the Myers-Briggs Personality Types and Holland Vocational Personality Types of Engineering Students
by Jeanine Williamson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Science and Technology Resources on the Internet
Michael Fosmire, Editor
Forensic Science Resources on the Internet
by Cynthia Holt, The George Washington University
Database Reviews
Nestor Osorio, Editor
ViFaTec Engineering Subject Gateway
Reviewed by Thomas G. De Petro, Texas A&M University
Book Reviews
Norma Kobzina, Editor
Using the Agricultural, Environmental, and Food Literature
Reviewed by K.T.L. Vaughan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The MIT Guide to Science and Engineering Communication
Reviewed by Robin N. Sinn, Bowling Green State University
Genomes and Databases on the Internet: A Practical Guide to Functions and Applications
Reviewed by Victoria Shelton, George Mason University

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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