January 17, 2022

Library Hi Tech (Volume 29.2) Now Available to Emerald EarlyCite Subscribers

If you have access to Emerald’s pre-publication service, EarlyCite articles from Library Hi-Tech (29.2) are now available online.

This is a great example of an issue with something (and very likely more) for every one.

Articles Include:

“Providing online access to historic films at the Washington State University Libraries”
Mr. Mark O’English, Prof. Trevor James Bond
Article type: Technical paper

“How Can Educational Technology Facilitate Student Engagement with Online Primary Sources?: A User Needs Assessment”
Prof. Thea Lindquist, Prof. Holley Long
Article type: Research paper

“A Study on Metadata Elements for Web-based Reference Resources System Developed through Usability Testing”
Prof. Younghee Noh
Article type: Research paper

“Next Generation or Current Generation? A Study of the OPACs of 260 Academic Libraries in the United States and Canada”
Dr. Sharon Q Yang, Melissa A. Hofmann
Article type: Research paper=
Usability Testing of VuFind at an Academic Library
Mr. William Denton, Ms. Sarah J. Coysh
Article type: Research paper

“Evaluating EBSCO Host Mobile”
Mr. Ronan Hegarty, Mrs. Judith Wusteman
Article type: Research paper

“Scaling of input forms by a simple pair comparison approach”
Dr. Theo Held, Mr. Patrick Fischer, Dr. Martin Schrepp
Article type: Research paper

“Podcasting Initiatives in American Research Libraries”
Mr. James Edward Bierman, Ms. Maura L. Valentino
Article type: Research paper

“Designing a Viable Scientific Communication Model: VSM Approach”
Mr. Mahmood Khosrowjerdi
Article type: Conceptual paper

“Digital Library Deployment in a University: Challenges and Prospects”
Mrs. Chinwe Veronica Anunobi, Mr. Ignatius Majesty Ezeani
Article type: Case study

“Personal information and reference management – librarians increasing creativity”
Dr. Ina Fourie
Article type: Conceptual paper

“Archiving in the Networked World: Open Access Journals”
Prof. Michael S. Seadle
Article type: Research paper

The Table of Contents is accessible to all

About Gary Price

Gary Price (gprice@mediasourceinc.com) is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at Ask.com, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.