Table of contents for Improved access to information : portals, content selection, and digital information / Sul H. Lee, editor.


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Improved Access to Information: 
Portals, Content Selection, 
and Digital Information 
CONTENTS 
Introduction 
Sul H. Lee 
For Whom Is the Library an Anchor?-Observations 
on Library Portals 
James Michalko 
If We Build it, Will They Come? Library Users 
in a Digital World 
Lizabeth A. Wilson 
Ties That Bind: Non-Technological Measures 
for Promoting Persistent Access to Knowledge Resources 
Bernard F. Reilly, Jr. 
Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries: 
Building the Knowledge Bank at the Ohio State University 
Joseph J. Branin 
Portals, Access, and Research Libraries 
Mary E. Jackson 
Selectors, Subject Knowledge, and Digital Collections 
Edward Shreeves 
Are We All Global Librarians Now? 
Alice Prochaska
Portals and the Human Factor: Bringing Virtual Services 
to the Life of the Mind or the Scholarly Stargate 
Barbara I. Dewey 
The Recombinant Library: Portals and People 
Lorcan Dempsey 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Libraries Special collections Electronic information resources Congresses, Libraries United States Special collections Electronic information resources Congresses, Digital libraries Collection development Congresses, Academic libraries Collection development Congresses, Research libraries Collection development Congresses, Library Web sites Congresses, Web portals Congresses