Issues in
Science and Technology Librarianship

Number 20
Fall 1998

ARTICLES Theme: The serials crisis in science and technology libraries

Science in the Twilight Zone; Or, Are Science Libraries Related to Science?
by Albert Henderson, Editor, Publishing Research Quarterly

A Scenario for Publishing Mathematics in the Future
by Rob Kirby, University of California, Berkeley

A Response to Albert Henderson
by David Flaxbart, University of Texas at Austin

Ruminations on the Sci-Tech Serials Crisis
by Emily R. Mobley, Purdue University

Science in the Twilight Zone -- Rebuttal
by Albert Henderson, Editor, Publishing Research Quarterly

Book Reviews Book Reviews
Norma Kobzina, Editor

Searching Smart on the World Wide Web: Tools and Techniques for Getting Quality Results by Cheryl Gould
Reviewed by Gregory K. Raschke, Georgia Institute of Technology

Information Sources in Science and Technology by C.D. Hurt
Reviewed by Mary D. Stoner, Princeton University

INTERNET RESOURCES Science and Technology Sources on the Internet
Elizabeth W. Brown, Editor

Biology Careers on the Internet
by Frederick W. Stoss, SUNY University at Buffalo

Flora Shrode, Editor

Online World Conference and Expo
by Flora Shrode, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Andrea L. Duda, University of California, Santa Barbara

Editorial Board:
Elizabeth W. Brown, Johns Hopkins University
Elizabeth Choinski, University of Mississippi
Karen Croneis, Washington University
Norma Kobzina,University of California, Berkeley
Nestor Osorio, Northern Illinois University
Flora Shrode, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Daryl Youngman, Kansas State University


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