Table of contents for The reference collection : from the shelf to the Web / William J. Frost, editor.

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The Reference Collection: 
From the Shelf to the Web 
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 
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 
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 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Internet in library reference services.
Electronic reference sources.
Electronic reference sources -- Directories.