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Number 67
Fall 2011

Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship at 15...and 20
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship at 15...at 20: A Reflection
by Andrea L. Duda, Editor
 
Thoughts on Refereed Articles
by Buffy Choinski, Refereed Articles Editor
 
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, the Official Journal of ACRL’s Science and Technology Section: A Historical Perspective
by Nestor Osorio, Electronic Resources Reviews Editor
 
Board-Accepted Articles
[Board Accepted] Impact of NASA EOS Instrument Data on the Scientific Literature: 10 Years of Published Research Results from Terra, Aqua, and Aura
by Gene R. Major, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Library
 
[Board Accepted] Identifying and Understanding Valid Sustainability Information: the Crossroads of Evidence-Based Practice, Science Literacy, and Information Literacy
by Richard Gabriel Hare, Jihoon Jo, Elizabeth Moreton, Andrew Stamm, and Danielle Winter, Indiana University
 
Refereed Articles
Elizabeth Choinski, Editor
 
[Refereed] Informing Food Protection Education: A Project to Define and Classify Resources for a Cross-Disciplinary Expert Community
by Donna Schenck-Hamlin, Kansas State University, Jennifer Pierquet, School of Public Health, and Chuck McClellan, St. Catherine University
 
[Refereed] Citations to Wikipedia in Chemistry Journals: A Preliminary Study
by Bradley Brazzeal, Mississippi State University
 
[Refereed] Government Policy Resources for Science and Technology Topics: A Case Study
by Janette Prescod, Sandra Leach, and Thura Mack, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
 
[Refereed] Mathematicians' Views on Current Publishing Issues: A Survey of Researchers
by Kristine K. Fowler, University of Minnesota
 
Book Reviews
Norma Kobzina, Editor
 
Science and Technology Resources: A Guide for Information Professionals and Researchers
Reviewed by Peter Larsen, University of Rhode Island
 
Tips from the Experts
Edward Eckel, Editor
 
Searching Coordination and Organometallic Compounds in SciFinder
By A. Ben Wagner, University at Buffalo
 
Viewpoints
David Flaxbart, Editor
 
ISTL Was OA Before OA Was Cool
by David Flaxbart, Viewpoints Editor
 

Editor:
Andrea L. Duda, University of California, Santa Barbara

Editorial Board:
Elizabeth Choinski, University of Mississippi
Edward Eckel, Western Michigan University
David Flaxbart, University of Texas at Austin
Michael Fosmire, Purdue University
Norma Kobzina, University of California, Berkeley
Nestor Osorio, Northern Illinois University

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