Issues in Science 
and Technology Librarianship

Number 17
Winter 1998

ARTICLES A Note from the Editor

Designing the Next-Generation Chemistry Journal: The Internet Journal of Chemistry
by Steven M. Bachrach, Darin C. Burleigh and Anatoli Krassivine, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Northern Illinois University

Building the Collections of the California Digital Library
by Susan Starr, University of California, Office of the President

Development of Web-Based Tutorials For Online Databases
by Anne M. Prestamo, Edmon Low Library, Oklahoma State University

The Wannabee Culture: Why No-One Does What They Used to Do
by Anne Dixon, Institute of Physics Publishing

The Development and Use of a Genre Statement for Electronic Journals in the Sciences
by Jennifer Weintraub, Mann Library, Cornell University

COLUMNS: Science and Technology Sources on the Internet
Elizabeth W. Brown, Editor

Chemistry Resources on the Internet
by Charles F. Huber, University of California, Santa Barbara

Book Reviews
Norma Kobzina, Editor

Keeping Abreast of Science and Technology: Technical Intelligence for Business by W. Bradford Ashton and Richard A. Klavans
Reviewed by David Colborne, NRC Information Centre, Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information.

Computer and Information Ethics by John Weckert and Douglas Adeney
Reviewed by Bill T. Johnson, Texas Tech University Library.

The Gordian Knot : Political Gridlock on the Information Highway by W. Russell Neuman, Lee McKnight, and Richard Jay Solomon
Reviewed by Nancy H. Fontaine, Dartmouth College.

Journal Reviews and Reports
Nestor Osorio, Editor

The International Digital Electronic Access Library (IDEAL) from Academic Press
by William Loughner, University of Georgia.

Flora Shrode, Editor

STS Heads of Science & Technology Libraries Discussion Group: Notes from ALA MidWinter Meeting, January 11, 1998
by Nan Butkovich, Pennsyvlania State University

STS Forum for Science and Technology Library Research: Notes from the Committee Meeting
by Tamera Lee, Auburn University

STS General Discussion Group: Summary of ALA MidWinter Meeting, January 10, 1998
by Jill Newby, Weber State University

STS Publisher/Vendor Relations Discussion Group: Summary of MidWinter ALA Presentation, January 10, 1998
by Dominic John Farace, TransAtlantic|GreyNet Grey Literature Network Service

Wired Research: The Accessibility of Electronic Journals in Science and Technology, January 11, 1998
by Chad Buckley, Illinois State University, and Amy Prendergast, University of South Alabama

Andrea L. Duda, University of California, Santa Barbara

Editorial Board:
Elizabeth W. Brown, Georgia Institute of Technology
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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