Library Trends, Volume 48
Volume 48, Number 1, Summer 1999
Knowledge Discovery in Bibliographic Databases
Kenneth A. Cory
: Discovering Hidden Analogies in an Online Humanities Database.
: A Passage Through Science: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries.
: Discovering Semantic Patterns in Bibliographically Coupled Documents.
: Knowledge Discovery Through Co-Word Analysis.
: Knowledge Discovery in Documents by Extracting Frequent Word Sequences.
: Knowledge Discovery in Spatial Cartographic Information Retrieval.
Herbert S. White
: Librarians and Information Technology: Which is the Tail and Which is the Dog?.
Volume 48, Number 2, Fall 1999
Progress in Visual Information Access and Retrieval
Part I - Foundations of Access to Visual Information
P. Bryan Heidorn
: Image Retrieval as Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Visual Model Matching.
Part II - Implementation and Evaluation
Teresa Grose Beamsley
: Securing Digital Image Assets in Museums and Libraries: A Risk Management Approach.
: Getting the Picture: Observations from the Library of Congress on Providing Access to Pictorial Images.
: Recent Developments in Cultural Heritage Image Databases: Directions for User-Centered Design.
Part III - Experimental Approaches
Neil C. Rowe
: Precise and Efficient Retrieval of Captioned Images: The MARIE Project.
Volume 48, Number 3, Winter 2000
Development and Fund-Raising Initiatives
: Donor Relations as Public Relations: Toward a Philosophy of Fund-Raising.
Susan K. Martin
: Academic Library Fund-Raising: Organization, Process, and Politics.
Merrily E. Taylor
: It's Hard to Make New Friends: What to Think About in Creating a Friends of the Library Group.
Volume 48, Number 4, Spring 2000
Collection Development in an Electronic Environment
Ruth H. Miller
: Electronic Resources and Academic Libraries, 1980-2000: A Historical Perspective.
: Are We There Yet? Online E-Resources Ten Years After.
: Principles of Selection for Electronic Resources.
Beau David Case
: Love's Labour's Lost: The Failure of Traditional Selection Practice in the Acquisition of Humanities Electronic Texts.
: Collecting Full-Text CD-ROMs in Literature: Theory, Format, and Selection.
: Twilight of the Gods? Bibliographers in the Electronic Age.
Glenda A. Thornton
: Impact of Electronic Resources on Collection Development, the Roles of Librarians, and Library Consortia.
: Hybridity, Mutability, Multiplicity: Theorizing Electronic Library Collections.