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1. Toward developing performance metrics for library print-based specialized collections using available circulation data and ratio analysis.

2. FAST Headings in MODS: Michigan State University Libraries Digital Repository Case Study.

3. Customer Service Opportunities When Troubleshooting Open Access Articles: By IIda Cardenas, California State University, Fullerton.

4. Ratios for Evaluating Full-Text Journal Article Access: A Quantitative Study.

5. Proportioning collection space and learning in an academic library: collection performance indicators.

6. The information-seeking behavior of aquatic science librarians in response to a query.

7. Expediting the delivery of content to library users: When to buy versus when to borrow.

8. Managing Open Content Resources from Discovery to Delivery.

9. Determining shelving accuracy via sampling in a community college library.

10. Link It or Lump It: Basic Access Strategies for Digital Art Representation.

11. CITY2000: A Holistic Approach to Administering Image Resources.

12. Now Tell Us What You Want: Information-Seeking Habits of Health Sciences Faculty.

13. Collection Creation as Collection Management: Libraries as Publishers and Implications for Collection Development.

14. Free Books: Loading Brief MARC Records for Open-Access Books in an Academic Library Catalog.

15. Living in Denial: The Relationship between Access Denied Turnaways and ILL Requests.

16. The Idea of the Comprehensive Research Collection, the Perils of "Linguistic Impoverishment," and Print Publications in the Turkic Languages of the North Caucasus, 1806-2017 (Part II).

17. Just-In-Time: A Case Study of Buying Instead of Borrowing at the University of North Texas Libraries, 2014-2017.

18. Dissemination and Discovery of Diverse Data: Do Libraries Promote Their Unique Research Data Collections?

19. Remaining discoverable: Video collections in EDS.

20. Destination Library: Validating the Importance of Physical Space.

21. Why Can’t Students Get the Sources They Need? Results from a Real Electronic Resources Availability Study.

22. Why Can’t Students Get the Sources They Need? Results from a Real Electronic Resources Availability Study.

23. Data Visualization as a Tool for Collection Assessment: Mapping the Latin American Studies Collection at University of California, Riverside.

24. Placemaking in the Academic Law Library.

25. Pageant of the Tsars: The Romanov Coronation Albums.

26. A Bookless Library, Part I: Relocating Print Materials to Off-Site Storage.

27. New Documents on the History of the Russian Historical Archive Abroad in Prague.

28. GIS Day and Web Promotion: Retrospective Analysis of U.S. ARL Libraries' Involvement.

29. Digital Photographic Archives for Environmental and Historical Studies: An Example from Ethiopia.

30. Selection and Cataloging for an Automated Retrieval Collection: Viewpoint of a Cataloger.

31. Reference Collections and Staff: Retaining Relevance.

32. If You Build It They Will Come: Experiences with Electronic Journal Usage in a Community Hospital Library.

33. The Canadian Forces Virtual Library (CFVL).

34. Evolution of a State Periodical Index: Converting an In-House Index to a MARC-Based Database on the Web.

35. Paging Materials to Maintain Quality Library Service During a Two-Year Renovation.

36. ELECTRONIC BOOKS IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES: A FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR DEVELOPING USAGE MODELS FOR WEB-BASED AND HARDWARE-BASED ELECTRONIC BOOKS.

37. UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA.

38. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY.

39. A Study of Cataloging Department Websites of the Arabian Gulf Libraries.

40. Australian university libraries: collections overlap study.

41. Electronic Stacks.

42. The Final Barrier.

43. A Digest of LISTSERVs of Interest to Access Services.

44. A Look into the Rocky Mountain Herbarium Library Collection and Digital Projects

45. RUTGERS UNIVERSITY.

46. MIAMI UNIVERSITY.

47. The NISO KBART Automation Working Group: Modernizing Knowledgebase Communications.

48. Things They Didn't Teach Me in Library School: Photocopiers.

49. SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY.

50. NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE.

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