Thursday, April 15, 2010

Series I Bibliography 9/5/08 to 8/7/09

  • Competencies for special librarians of the 21st century. (1997). Retrieved from WorldCat Competencies for special librarians of the 21st century / submitted to the SLA Board of Directors by the Special Committee on Competencies for Special Librarians. 1997 English Book Internet Resource [12] leaves ; 28 cm. [Washington, D.C. : SLA WorldCat database Available from
  • Badman, D., Bonfield, B., Collier, E., Davis, H., Ford, E., & Leeder, K. (2009). In the Library with the Leadpipe: The Murder Victim? Your Library Assumptions. Suspect? It Could Have Been Any of Us.
  • Bandy, M., Doyle, J. D., Fladger, A., Frumento, K. S., Girouard, L., Hayes, S., et al. (2008). Standards for hospital libraries 2007: Hospital Libraries Section Standards Committee. J Med Libr Assoc, 96(2), 162-169.
  • Bates, M. E. (2009). Living Large in Lean Times. Searcher, 17(3). Retrieved from
  • Berdish, L., & Seeman, C. Spanning the Straits of Business Information: Kresge Library’s Embedded Librarian Program for MAP (Multidisciplinary Action Program).
  • Federal Library and Information Center Committee. (2008). Federal Librarian Competencies. Retrieved from
  • Hochstein, C., Arnesen, S., Goshorn, J., & Szczur, M. (2008). Selected resources for emergency and disaster preparedness and response from the United States National Library of Medicine. Med Ref Serv Q, 27(1), 1-20.
  • Murphy, J. (2008). Micro-Blogging for Science and Technology Libraries. Science & Technology Libraries, 28(4), 375-378.
  • O'Sullivan, C. (2005). Diaries, On-line Diaries, and the Future Loss to Archives; or, Blogs and the Blogging Bloggers Who Blog Them. American Archivist, 68(1), 53-73.
  • Scherrer, C. S., & Dorsch, J. L. (1999). The evolving role of the librarian in evidence-based medicine. Bull Med Libr Assoc, 87(3), 322-328.
  • Shipman, J. P. (2007). Informationists or Information Specialists in Context (ISIC): six years after conception. IFLA Journal, 33(4), 335.

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