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1 5 23 39 53 69 83 103 The Reference Collection: From the Shelf to the Web CONTENTS Introduction William J. Frost Getting it Right-The Evolution of Reference Collections Margaret Landesman Out of the Stack and Into the Net: International Perspectives on Academic Reference Resources Gaynor Austen Carolyn Young Electronic vs. Print Reference Sources in Public Library Collections Jeanne Holba Puacz Digital Versus Print: The Current State of Reference Affairs in School Libraries D. Jackson Maxwell Reference Publishing in the Age of Also John M. Morse From the Womb to the Web: Library Assignments and the New Generation Necia Parker-Gibson Cyberplagiarism and the Library Issues and Solutions Jennifer Sharkey Bartow Culp 117 Structures and Choices for Ready Reference Web Sites Steven W. Sowards Federated Search Tools: The Next Step in the Quest for One-Stop-Shopping 139 Stephen C. Boss Michael L. Nelson 161 Internet Reference Sources in the Humanities Dennis Dillon 175 Science Reference on the Internet Lori Bronars Medical Reference Sources on the Internet: An Evolving Information Forum and Marketplace 199 Gary A. McMillan 211 Web-Based Reference Resources for the Social Sciences Brian Quinn Briefcases and Databases: Web-Based Reference Sources for Business Librarians and Their Client Communities 235 Gail M. Golderman Bruce Connolly 263 Internet Reference Sources in Education Linda C. Weber 279 100 Best Free Reference Web Sites: A Selected List Lori Morse Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Internet in library reference services.
Electronic reference sources.
Electronic reference sources -- Directories.