ACRL

College & Research Libraries News

Index to Vol. 62 (2001)

Compiled by Kathy L. (Kit) Dusky

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ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry, “Bell & Howell’s offers new business database,” 138

Academic Libraries I rends and Statistics, 1999,“ACRL statistics— quick, easy, convenient!” & photo., 486

Academic or Research Librarian of the Year Award, 2001, 319; 2002,822

“ACEnet @ American Council on Education,” rev. of, 74 Acquisitions (by AT/S):, Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archive, 549; Accounting, 1022 (& photo.); African /Xam San (“Bushman”), 222; African American hist., 333; Alexander, Shana (authors, journalists), 221; ACLU (Reitman), 549; American Institute of Certified Public Accountants coll(ection)., 1022 (& photo.); American Woman Suffrage, 845; Anthropologists (Voget), 744; Antiquarian booksellers (Jones), 744; Arden, Donn (choreographers, directors, producers), 549; Arena Stage archives (theaters), 548; Artists (Taylor, 845; West, 333); Asian studies, 845; Authors (Alexander, 221; Boswell, 941; Burroughs, 221; Doctorow, 744; Hechler, 1022; Hemingway, 449; Keeney, 449; Maxwell, 333; Proust, 940-41; Scott, 941; Stockton, 644; Taylor, 845; Waller, 332-33; West, 743-44; (Williams, 844); Authors, British (Mantel), 548-49; Bleek & Lloyd Coll. of African / Xam San (“Bushman”), 222; Boswell, John (authors), 941; British literature, 743; Buddhism, 222; Burroughs, Edgar Rice (authors, paintings), 221; Chicano music (Guerrero), 941; Child

Guide to index

Fπjng is word-by-word (ALA, 1968).

Abbreviations: Standard abbreviations are used except in titles. Names of some organizations, ALA, ACRL, LC, etc., are also abbreviated and are alphabetized as if spelled out.

Special abbreviations:

appt. appointment
f. foundation
port. portrait
prof. profile
prog. program

Special usagfs: More than one reference per page is indicated in parentheses. Under the heading “Acquisitions (by author, subject, or title)"” parentheses may enclose donors’ names (for subjects) or subjects (for named collections). psychiatrists (Keeney, V. T.), 449; Children’s literature (Rackham), 222 (& sketch); Choreographers (Arden), 549; Clarke, Kathleen (Irish hist), 1133; Clarke, Thomas (Irish Republican Brotherhood, Irish hist.), 1133; Clarke (Thomas & Kathleen) ColL, 1133; The contemporyrewiandthestalthyschool of criticism (Rossetti), 449; Coxe Family mining papers, 845; Crosby Shakespeare Collectanea, 644; Directors (Arden), 549; Doctorow, E. L. (authors), 744; East Asian religions, 222; Ecumenical Studies Coll., 333; Essays (Poe), 78; Ethnologists (Voget), 744; Fletcher Coll., 743; Fred W. Todd Tennessee Williams Coll., 844; Gay and Lesbian Studies, 844-45; Guerrero, Eduardo “Lalo” (Chicano music, musicians), 941; Hechler, Kenneth (W. Va. Congressmen, authors), 1022; Hemingway, Ernest (authors), 449; Humanists (Paredes), 644; Illustrators (Rackham), 222 (& sketch); Irish hist. (Clarke), 1133; Irish Republican Brotherhood (Clarke), 1133; Jacobs Coll. (Asian studies), 845; Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest, 644; John A. Lindseth Coll., 845; Jones, Barry (antiquarian booksellers), 744; Journalists (Alexander), 221; J.R.R. Tolkien Coll., 941; Judeo-Christian tradition, 333; Keeney, Arthur H. (authors, ophthalmologists), 449; Keeney, Virginia T. (child psychiatrists), 449; Kendall Coll. of Early Carolinian, 549; Kendall (Henry P.) Coll. of Laurens Papers, 549; Lake Superior Marine Mus Assoc, archives, 941; Laurens, Henry, 549; Lautenberg, Frank (U.S. Senator), 549; Lincoln (Abraham) Brigade Archive, 549; Mantel, Hilary (authors, British), 548-49; Maxwell, William (authors), 333; Middle East studies (Naff), 221; Molière (playwrights), 644; Musicians (Guerrero), 941; Naff, Thomas (Middle East studies), 221; NASA/Johnson Space Center archives, 644; Native Americans, Southeast, 449; Nichols, David, 844-45; Ophthalmologists (Keeney), 449; Outdoor Writers Association of America, 448-49; Paintings (Burroughs), 221; Paredes, Américo (scholars, humanists), 644; Paulin, Tom (poets, British), 744; Pforzheimer, Walter L. (Molière, Stockton), 644; Photographers (Weston), 744; Playwrights (Molière), 644; Poe, Edgar Allan (essays, A reviewer reυiewed), 78; Poets, British (Paulin), 744; Poets (Whalen), 221-22; Producers (Arden), 549; Proust, Marcel (authors), 940-41; Rackham, Arthur (children’s literature, illustrators), 222 (& sketch); Reitman, Alan (ACLU), 549; A reυiewer reυiewed (Poe), 78; Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (The contemporyanyreviewandthestealthyschool of criticism), 449, Russian and Slavic Coll., 222; Scholars (Paredes), 644; Scott, Sir Walter (authors), 941; Scuba diving, 941; Sculptures, 845; Shakespeare Pamphlet Coll., 644; Slavic languages, 222; Soc. of American Archivists, 643; “Southeastern Native American Documents, 1730-1842,” 449; Speiser & Easterling-Hallman F. Coll. of Ernest Hemingway, 449; Stockton, Frank (authors), 644; Taylor, C. J. (audiors, artists), 845; Theaters (Arena Stage), 548; Troyes Cathedral, France (sculptures), 845; U.S. Senator (Lautenberg), 549; Voget, Frederick w. (anthropologists, ethnologists), 744; Waller, Robert James, Jr. (authors), 332-33; West, Benjamin (artists), 333; West, Jessamyn (authors), 743-44; W. Va. Congressmen (Hechler), 1022; Weston, Brett (photographers), 744; Whalen, Philip (poets), 221-22; Williams, Tennessee (authors), 844; Women’s hist., 941; Women’s Mus., 941

About the author

Kathy L. (Kit) Dusky is cataloger/associate professor at Portland State University; e-mail: dusky@lib.pdx.edu

Acquisitions (by institution):, Ariz. State U., 743; Boston Coll., 1133; Cornell U, 845 (2); Dickinson Coll., 845; Emory U, 744; GALILEO Digital Lib. of Ga., 449; Geo. Mason U., 548; Getty (J. Paul) Mus., 744; Harry Ransom Hum. Research Ctr., 941; Historic New Orleans Coll., 844; Historical Soc. of Pa., 333, 845; Hollins U, 744; Huntington Lib., 449,548-49; Ind. U, 332- 33; Marquette U., 941; Marshall U, 1022; Mount Aloysius Coll., 333; Natl. Lib. of Canada, 845; NYPL, 78; NYU, 549,744; Portland State U, 221; Rutgers U, 549; Southern Methodist U, 941; Tenn. State Lib. and Archives, 449; Tex. A&M U, 222 (2); UC (Berkeley, 221-22; Santa Barbara, 941); U. of Ga, 333,449; U. of Houston, 644; U. of 111, U-C, 221,333,940-41; U. of Louisville, 221,449,844-45; U. of Mich, 644; Ann Arbor, 222; U. of Minn, Twin Cities, 644; U. of Miss, 1022 (& photo.); U. of Mont, 744; Missoula, 448-49; U. of Nev., Las Vegas, 549; U. of S.C, 449 (Columbia, 549); U. of Tenn, Knoxville, 449; U. of Tex, Austin, 644; U. of Va, 222; U. of Wis, Milwaukee, 643; Superior, 941; Whittier Coll, 743-44; Yale U, 644

Adams, Mignon, “Drug information: where to look for drug information on the Internet” 8c logos, 701-4

“African American exhibit opens at Texas A&M’s Cushing Library" & photo, 270

African Librarians Council, “Nominations sought for Africana bibliography award,” 980

Ahrberg, Janet, news note, 846

Alexander, Martha, photo, 686

“Alexander Street Press announces charter customers,” 138 Alexie, Sherman, port, 793; “To speak at ACRL President’s Program,” 272

Alibris, “YBP and Alibris fonn alliance,” 6

Alire, Camila, photo, 586

Allen, Carolyn Henderson, appt. & port, 81-82

Allen, Nancy, photo, 586

«AlterNet» & logo, rev. of, 936

Amastae, Sharon, news note, 1024

Amen, Kathleen L., “Meeting the copyright challenge: tilings you can do to protect your institution,” 724-27

“AAUP endorses ACRL statement on intellectual freedom,” 5 ALA, “Digital distance education workshop,” 977; “Join the campaign for America’s Libraries: celebrate National Library Week @ your library” & bookmarks, 290-92; “Participate in the campaign,” 291; “Support library Legislation Day," 271

ALA, Annual Conference, 2001, “Annual Conference audiocassettes available,” 795; “ACRL Board of Directors’ actions, July 2001: highlights of the Board’s Annual Conference meetings,” 804-6; “ACRL in San Francisco: ACRL’s programs at the ALA Annual Conference” & photos, 793-802, correction, 1026; “ACRL offers library-faculty collaboration workshop in SF,” 485; “ACRL offers licensing workshop in San Francisco,” 272; “ACRL programs and meetings,” AC-1—AC-16 (no.5); “IS assessment preconference—June 2001,” 7; “Register for ACRL preconferences,” 384,487; “Sherman Alexie to speak at ACRL President’s Program,” 272; “2001 RBMS preconference, San Francisco,” 137; “University Libraries Section in San Francisco: highlights from the ALA Annual Conference,” 914,939

ALA, Annual Conference, 2002, “ACRL national invitational conference on Information Literacy Best Practices,” 790-91; “ACRL President’s Program poster proposals,” 1062

ALA, Midwinter Meeting, 2001, “ACRL at the Midwinter meeting: actions of the ACRL Board of Directors,” 294,303; “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” 405-8

AIA, Midwinter Meeting, 2002, “ACRL Discussion Groups," 1079;

“ACRL Midwinter meetings in New Orleans: a tentative schedule,” 1078-84; “ACRL to offer collaboration workshop,” 789; “Learning communities and ACRL,” 1061, 1082; “Meet Cannon and Popko—the candidates for ACRL President,” 1080; “Save the date! Digital reference workshop,” 897

“ALA reacts to events of September 11,” 981

“ALA votes to challenge Children’s Internet Protection Act,” 135

“American Psychological Association,” rev. of, 215

Anderson, Ivy, “Editors’ introduction,” 25,207; “Editor’s note,” 707

Anderson, Kim S, “Crossing the forks: Denver has restaurants for every taste” & photos, 172-78

Anderson, Rachael K, news note 8c port, 81; retired, 452

“Anthology of Middle English Literature (1350-1485)”, rev. of, 74-75

“Applications sought for editor of Publications in Libraria nship series,” 788-89

Appointments, 81-85, 225-27, 335, 450-2, 550-51, 646-48, 745- 48, 847-49, 943-46, 1024-26, 1134-36

“April 1 deadline for museum-library grant," IMLS, 332

“Are we overlooking our most vital resource? building librarian/ student partnerships,” Germain, 720-22

Arsenault, Kathy, appt, 1024

“The Associated Colleges of the Midwest Conference: infoπnation literacy and liberal education” & photo, Hutchins, 506- 8

ACRL, Academic or Research Librarian of the Year Award, 2001, 319; 2002, 822; “AAUP endorses ACRL statement on intellectual freedom,” 5; “And the winners are… the official results of the 2001 ACRL elections,” 630-34; “Annual Conference audiocassettes available,” 795; Board of Directors, “ACRL at the Midwinter meeting: actions of the ACRL Board of Directors,” 294,303; “Bring the ACRL Information Literacy Immersion program to your campus,” 270, 272; Committee on the Status of Academic Librarians, “Guidelines for academic status of college and university7 libraries: a draft,” 920-21; “Didier and Spalding share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring,” 199-204; “DLS celebrates 10 years,” 294; Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2001, 321; 2002, 823; Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, 2001, 271, 320; 2002, 822; “Friends of ACRL,” 65, 1117; “Guideline on collective bargaining," 2001, approved, 305; Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial Award, 2001, 318, 321; 2002, 822; “Information Literacy Immersion Program seeks applicants,” 898; “IS assessment preconference—June 2001,” 7; “Jenkins to step down from ACRL” & port, 581; “Mary Ellen K. Davis named ACRL executive director” & port, 787- 88; “Meet the candidates for ALA president: vote in the election this spring” 8c ports, 310-16; “Meet the staff,” 66-69, 1118-21; “Members assess ACRL: results of the 2000 membership survey,” 623-28; “Members running for ALA Council,” 316, correction, 525; “Membership statistics,” 45, 1103; “New monograph titles for 1999-00,” 58; “New monograph titles for 2000-01,” 1110; “Save the date! Digital reference workshop,” 897; “Section committee volunteer form," 931; “Sponsorships for 2000’, 47; “Sponsorships for 2001", 1097; “Standards for faculty status for college and university librarians,” 2001, approved, 304-6; “The time to lead: ACRL seeks nominees for office,” 438-39; “Translators and liaisons needed for standards,” 270; “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrapup of activities," 405-8; “University Libraries Section in San Francisco: highlights from the ALA Annual Conference,” 914, 939; “The year in review,” 48-59, 1099-1110

ACRL, Annual, “Conference programs —Chicago,” 2000, 43; “Conference programs—San Francisco,” 2001, 1095; “Preconferences,” 2000, 55; 2001, 1106

ACRL, Annual report, 1999-2000, 41-69; 2000-2001, 1093-1121

ACRL, Board of Directors, 1999-2000, photo. & roster, 60; 2000- 2001‚ photo. 8c roster, 805, 1111; 2001-2002, photo. & roster, 806

ACRL, Board of Directors, “Highlights,” (jan. 294, 303), (July, 804-6)

ACRL, Budget & Finance Comm. Chair, “Financial report” & port., 61-65, 1112-16

ACRL, EBSS, Distinguished Education and Behavioral Sciences Librarian Award, 2002, 823

ACRL, Exec. Director, “Letter” & port., 46-47, 1098

ACRL, IS, Innovation in Instruction Award, 2001, 435; 2002, 823; Instruction Section Publication of the Year Award, 2002, 828; Miriam Dudley Instruction librarian Award, 2001, 433; 2(X)2, 822-23; “Objectives for information literacy instruction: a model statement for academic librarians,» approved, 2001, 416- 28; The revision task force,» 417

ACRL, LPSS, Marta Lange/CQ Award, 2001, 433-34; 2002, 822

ACRL, Midwinter Meeting, 2002, “ACRL Discussion Groups,” 1079; “Learning Communities and ACRL,” 1082; “Meet Cannon and Popko—the candidates for ACRL President,” 1080; “Meetings in New Orleans: a tentative schedule,” 1078-84

ACRL, National Conference, 2001, “ACRL allocates $60,000 for scholarships,” 135-36; “ACRL cassette tape order form,” 588- 89; “ACRL offers free Placement Center in Denver,” 135; “ACRL X Conference proceedings available” 8c photo., 384; “Crossing the divide: part 1” & photos., 488-93; “Crossing the divide: part 2” & photos., 585-94,615; “Crossing the forks: Denver has restaurants for every taste” & photos., Fry, 172-78; Denver, Colo., 133 (photo., cover, no. 2); “Irish pubs in Denver and Boulder,” 21; “Join the virtual discussions on digital reference and more!”, 136; “Letting your hair down in Denver: what to do at the end of the conference day” & photos., 19- 21,77; “Miss a program?'', 492; “Proceedingsavailable, ” Register for ACRL Denver Conference,” 7; “Taxi!”, 20; “Tour the mile high city,” 174-75; “Updating knowledge, networking and sharing ideas” photo., 583

ACRL, National Conference, 2003, “Call for participation,” insert (no. 10); “Charlotte, Queen City of the Southeast: a look at the site for ACRL’s 2003 National Conference” 8c photos., 915-18, 921; Tierney, 915-18, 921; “Charlotte on the Web,” 917; “Historical tidbits,” 918; “Quick facts,” 916

ACRL, President, “Message” & port., 42-43, 1094-95

ACRL, RBMS, Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices CurnwtExhibïtion Catalogue Awards, 2001, 435-36; 2002, 823; “2001 RBMS preconference, San Francisco,” 137

ACRL, Standards Sc Guidelines (“Development and revision of the guidelines,” 921; “Faculty status and collective bargaining statements: final versions," 304-6; “Guideline on collective bargaining,” 2001, approved, 305; “Guidelines for academic status of college and university libraries,” Committee on the Status of Academic Librarians, 920-21; “Objectives for information literacy instruction: a model statement for academic librarians,” ACRL, approved, 2001, 416-28; “Standards for faculty status for college and university librarians,” 2001, approved, 304-6)

ACRL, STS, Eunice Rockwell Oberly Award, 2001, 437

ACRL, ULS, “News from the University Libraries Section,” 798- 99; “Standards and guidelines feedback needed!”, 406 ACRL, Vice-President, “Message” & port., 44-45, 1096

ACRL, WESS, Martinus Nijhoff International West European Specialist Study Grant, 2001, 436-37; 2002, 823, postponed, 978

ACRL, WSS, Career Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2001, 434-35; 2002, 823; Significant Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianslip, 2001, 435; 2002, 823

“ACRL: the learning community for excellence in academic libraries: the presidential theme for the coming year,” Reichel, 818-21

“ACRL 2002 awards program: recognizing outstanding achievements in academic librarianship,” Sherrod, 822-23, 828

“ACRL ads in Chronicle of Higher Education,” 1061-62

“ACRL allocates $60,000 for scholarships,” 135-36

“ACRL at ALA National Library Legislative Day,” Cary, 687

“ACRL at the Midwinter meeting: actions of the ACRL Board of Directors,” 294, 303

“ACRL award winners,” 2000,50; 2001,1101

“ACRL candidates for 2001: be sure to vote,” 32-36

“ACRL cassette tape order form,” 588-89

“ACRL committee volunteer form,” 930

“The ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: highlights from the third annual institute," Golian, 1069-72

“ACRL honors the 2001 award winners: recognizing professional achievement,” Parets, 318-22

“ACRL honors the 2001 award winners: die second installment of winners,” 433—37

“ACRL in San Francisco: ACRL’s programs at the ALA Annual Conference” & photos., 793-802, correction, 1026

“ACRL journals,” 59,1108

“ACRL leadership opportunities: get involved,” 927-31

“ACRL legislative agenda 2001-2002,” 790-91

“ACRL National Conference Chair W. Lee Hisle congratulates winners” photos., 486

“ACRL national invitational conference on Information Literacy Best Practices,” 790-91

“ACRL offers free Placement Center in Denver,” 135

“ACRL offers library-faculty collaboration workshop in SF,” 485

“ACRL offers licensing workshop in San Francisco,” ALA, Annual Conference, 2001, 272

“ACRL President’s Program poster proposals,” 1062

“ACRL programs and meetings,” AC-1—AC-16 (no.5)

“ACRL releases 'Student’sguide to eυaluating libraries'", 6-7

“ACRL selects 23 libraries for info literacy assessment project,” 582

“ACRL statistics—quick, easy, convenient!” 8c photo., 486

“ACRL to introduce E-books,” 5

“ACRL to offer collaboration workshop," 789

“ACRL to offer two Immersion programs in 2002," 788

“ACRL Webcasts offer convenient learning,” 788

“ACRL X Conference proceedings available” 8c photo., ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 384

“ACRL’s characteristics of best practices in information literacy available,” 583

“ACRL’s mission,” 41, 1093

ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program, “May 11 deadline for mentor program,” 431; “Strengthening the profession, assuring our future: ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program pairs library leaders with new professionals,” 430-32

ARL, “Third national conference on diversity in academic libraries,” 1061

“ARL 1999-2000 statistics now available,” 980-81

“ASE RL launches Kudzu,” 381

“Astronomy resources on the Web: sites for the amateur and professional astronomer” 8c logos, Duffy, 1074-77

Atkins, Priscilla, “Information literacy and die arts: be there … or miss it!”, 1086-88, 1092

Atkinson (Hugh C.) Memorial Award, 2001, 318, 321; 2002, 822

Audubon, John Jay, “Louisiana Tanager and Scarlet Tanager” plate, 683 (photo., cover, no. 7)

Austin Com. Coll., "Cbroniclead salutes libraries,” 271; “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners," 320

Awards, 50, 271, 318-22 (6), 433-37 (9), 822-23, 828 (15), 978, 1101

Awkard, Julita C., retired, 228

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Baker 8c Taylor, Academic or Research Librarian of the Year Award, 2001, 319; 2002, 822

Balash, Agnes, photo., 587

Barnes, Joseph, deceased, 946

Barton, Hope, “Getting a handle on library publications: balancing creativity and consistency — the University of Iowa Libraries’ publication guidelines,” 982-85

Bartosz, Kimberly, rev. (“estronaut” 8c logo), 215-16

Baruch Coll., “A multilingual virtual tour for international students: die Web-based library at Baruch College opens doors” & photos., 500-502

Bauer, Ferdinand, “Illustration by Ferdinand Bauer from Flora Graeca, a ten volume work by John Sibthrop, published in London, 1804-1840,” 1059 (photo., cover, no. 11)

Bauer, Kathleen, “Resources for library assessment: tools for a new era” & logos, 12-14,28

Baughman, Elizabeth (Betty), deceased, 849

Beasley, Sarah, “Opportunities for collaborative excellence: what learning communities offer," 1008-11

Beaubien, Anne, photo., 592

<<Bell & Howell’s offers new business database,» 138

Bengston, Betty, news note, 846

Bennett, Fleming, deceased, 748

Bentley, Stella, news note 8c photo., 846

Berger, Kay, retired, 551

Berninghausen, David Knipe, deceased, 849

“Bibliographic instruction: a corporate trainer’s take,” Fink, 526- 27,535

“Big 12 Plus Libraries Consortium adopts new name,” 791

Birdsall, Douglas, deceased & port., 336

Bivens-Tatum, R. W. (Wayne), “Expert services on the Web: the commercial competition for libraries,” 714-16; “Print book bibliographies on the Web: implications for academic libraries,” 308-9, correction, 535

Blackwell Pub., “Harvard and key publishers join forces for electronic journal archive,” 685

Blackwell’s Book Services, Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, 2001, 271, 320; 2002, 822; “netLibrary e-books offered through Blackwell’s and EBSCO,” 486

Block, Jane, news note, 550

Bloomsburg U., Training library student assistants: Bloomsburg University’s interactive instructional program” 8c photo., 537- 38

Bonnici, Laurie, “Receives doctoral dissertation fellowship" & port., 321

Borden, Lisa, news note, 1024

Bordonaro, Karen, “Wireless library instruction,” 688

Bostian, Rebecca, appt., 945-44

Bothell Com. Coll., ‘“Only connect’: the collocation of the University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College” 8c photo., 9-10

Bowker, “Reed Elsevier sells Bowker to Cambridge Scientific Abstracts,” 897

Bowman, Ben C., deceased, 649

Boyer, Janice, appt, 745-46

Boylston, Susanna D., “Strengthening the profession, assuring our future: ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program pairs library leaders with new professionals,” 430-32

Bradley, Lynne E., “Washington hotline,” 71, 211, 324, 540, 635, 833, 1012, 1123

Brazer, Susan, “Display cases for academic libraries: ten tips for display case persons” 8c photos., 904-8

Brekhus, Rachel, photo., 686

<<Bring the ACRL Information Literacy Immersion program to your campus,» 270,272

Broward Co. Lib., “Nova-Broward County open joint-use facility,” 1062-63

Brown, Doris, "Transforming library services to support distance learning: strategies used by the DePaul University libraries,” 147-49

Brown, Stephanie Willen, “An innovative first-year instruction program at Hampshire College: bringing students and librarians together,” 717-19, 727

Brown, William E., photos., 60, 805, 1111

Bruce, Bob (Robert K.), retired, 849

Bryant, Bonita, retired, 335-36

Buckholdt, David, photo., 979

“Building communities @ your library: these libraries have many community programs,” McKinstry, 165-67, 186

Bullington, Jeffrey S., “From crisis to reform: University of Kansas libraries sponsor campus dialogue,” 24-28; “Strengthening the profession, assuring our future: ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program pairs library leaders with new professionals,” 430-32

Bunting, Alison, news note, 943

Burckel, Nicholas, photo., 979

Butler, Meredith, news note & port., 450

Butter, Karen A., appt. & port., 550

Byrd, Theresa S., photos., 60, 805-6, 1111

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Caballero, Cesar, news note, 846

CSU, Fresno, photo., 617; “New CSU information competence Website,” 1061

“Call for covers,” C&RL news, 712

“Call for participation,” ACRL, National Conference, 2003, insert (no. 10)

“Call for popular culture papers,” Popular Culture Association, 583

“Call for reviewers,” Internet reviews, 937 Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, “Reed Elsevier sells Bowker to Cambridge Scientific Abstracts,” 897

Campbell, Nicole, rev. (“Anthology of Middle English Literature (1350-1485)”), 74-75

Canisius Coll., “Wireless library instruction,” 688

Cardwell, Jennifer, rev. (“ACEnet @ American Council on Education”), 74

Career Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2001, 434- 35; 2002, 825

Cargill, Jennifer, news note & photo., 846

Carl, Cherie, news note, 846

Carr, David W., news note, 943

Carthage Coll., “Creating technology-literate teachers for the 21st century: collaborative partnering among funding sources, local schools, and Carthage College” 8c photos., 522-25

Cartoons, 5, 136, 272, 486, 582, 687, 898, 981, 1061

Cary, Shannon, “ACRL at ALA National Library Legislative Day,” 687; “Faculty rank, status, and tenure for librarians: current trends,” 510-11, 520; “Members assess ACRL: results of the 2000 membership survey,” 623-28; ports., 66, 1118

Cascadia Com. Coll., ‘“Only connect’: the collocation of the University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College” 8c photo., 9-10

Case, Mary M., “Public access to scientific information: are 22,700 scientists wrong?”, 706-9, 716

Cassner, Mary, “Gerontology and the aging population: online information for professionals and the public” 8c logos, 299- 303

Cast, Melissa, “Members assess ACRL: results of the 2000 membership survey,” 623-28; port., 66

“Celebrating our success, confronting our challenges: ACRL enters the 21st century,” ACRL, Annual report, 1999-2000, 41-69

Cervone, Frank, “Transforming library services to support distance learning: strategies used by the DePaul University libraries,” 147-49

Chandler, Adam, “Receives Lazerow Fellowship” & port., 321-22 “Changing universities: the role of technology” 8c photo., Rader, 534-5

Chapman, Beth, rev. (“ElderCare Online” 8c logo), 442

“Charlotte, Queen City of the Southeast: a look at the site for ACRL’s 2003 National Conference” & photos., Tierney, 915- 18,921

“Charlotte on the Web,” ACRL, National Conference, 2003, 917

Chen, Su, photo., 270

Chepesiuk, Ron, «Libraries in the cyberage: a report from the symposium at Winthrop U.», 38-39

Cherepon, Lois, photo., 60

CIPA, «ALA votes to challenge Children’s Internet Protection Act,» 135

Choldin, Marianna Tax, news note, 334

Christianson, Marilyn, “The irate patron is right: try putting yourIndex to C&RL News volume 62 (2001)1-5 self in a student’s shoes," 189-91; “Keep those vague phrases coming! a response to Scott DiMarco,” 400-403, response, 402 Christopher, Janice K., “Personnel officer to Robin the Boy Wonder: ‘Do you have any references besides Batman?’: the final (but still important) job application piece,” 728-29, 732, comment, 806

“Chroniclead salutes libraries,” 271

Qjronicle of Higher Education,“ACRLads in Chmnicle of Higher Educatiorf”, 1061-62

Ciliberti, Anne, appt., 1024

Clark, Susan E., rev. («The National Park Service» & logo), 638

Clendenning, Lynda Fuller, “Purchase express for any user request: the University of Virginia library offers delivery in seven days,” 16-17

“The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI): reports from the meeting held in San Antonio,” Wilson, 181-86

Cobá, Mexico, “Manual de la operacíon de la Biblioteca Pública de Cobá,” 698; “A multicultural experience: community college students create a library in a Mexican village” & photos., 696-700

Cogan, Sarah, rev. (“opensecrets.org” & logo), 545

Cogswell, Jim, photo., 270

Cohen Joel, “Wireless library instruction,” 688

Cohn, Scott, “More than cut and paste,” letter to the ed., 437

CDRS, “LC and OCLC collaborate on digital reference,” 381

C&RL news,“Call for covers,” 712; “Call for reviewers,” 937; “Staff and current and past members of the editorial board of C&RL news celebrate the 35th anniversary of C&RL newś' & photo., 485; “Statement of ownership and management,” 989 “C&RL news submission guidelines,” 30

“Committee volunteer form,” ACRL, 930 “Communication sciences and disorders: a list of resources” & logos, González, 158-62,186 Community & collaboration (“Building communities @ your library,” McKinstry, 165-67,186; “Creating technology-liter- ate teachers for the 21st century” & photos., Moore, 522-25; “More examples of partnering,” 618; “A new academic library model” & photos., Rader, 393-96; “Only connect”’ & photo., Fugate, 9-10; “Sharing a vision” & photo., Nichols, 275-77, 285; “Strategic alliances” & photo., Rockman, 616-18, 621; “Under construction” & photo., Yesson, 296-297, 306)

“Community & collaboration @ your library,” ACRL, Annual report, 2000-2001, 1093-1121

Community College Learning Resources/Library Achievement Awards, 2001, 434; 2002, 823

“Computer science: a guide to selected resources on the Internet” & logos, Knee, 609-15

Conference circuit (“The Associated Colleges of the Midwest Conference” & photo., Hutchins, 506-8; “ACRL at the Midwinter meeting,” 294, 303; “ACRL Discussion Groups,” 1079; “The ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute,” Golian, 1069- 72; “ACRL in San Francisco: ACRL’s programs at the ALA Annual Conference” & photos., 793-802; “ACRL in San Francisco” & photos., 793-802, correction, 1026; “ACRL Midwinter meetings in New Orleans,” 1078-84; “Changing universities” & photo., Rader, 534-5; “The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)”, Wilson, 181-86; “Do ETDs deter publishers?”, McMillan, 620-21; “ETDs not a deterrent to publication,” 621; “From expectations to results: AAHE’s 15th Assessment Forum,” Lakos, 830-32; “Learning Communities and ACRL,” 1082; “Libraries and librarians,” Rader, 1002-3; “Libraries in the cyberage,” Chepesiuk, 38-39; “University libraries Section at Midwinter,” Evans, 405-8; “University Libraries Section in San Francisco,” Laskowski, 914, 939)

CQ, Marta Lange/CQ Award, 2001, 433-34; 2002, 822

Conn. Coll., «What happened to the Library? When the library and the computer center merge,» 987-89

Cook, Colleen, news note, 81

“CLIC selects Innovative Interfaces,” 384

Cornell U., “URLs have short shelf life,” 136-37

Corrections, 525, 535, 1026

Costabile, Mary, “Washington hotline,” 934

Cottam, Keith C., appt., 335,646

Cottrell, Janet R., “Teaching students to evaluate Web sources more critically: implications from a faculty workshop,” 141- 43, 186

Cravey, Pamela J., retired, 336

“Creating technology-literate teachers for the 21st century: collaborative partnering among funding sources, local schools, and Carthage College” & photos., Moore, 522-25 Creech, John, rev. (“Image the Universe!” & logo), 328

“Crossing the divide: coverage from ACRL’s 10th National Conference: part 1" & photos., 488-93

“Crossing the divide: coverage from ACRL’s 10th National Conference: part 2" & photos., 585-94,615

“Crossing the forks: Denver has restaurants for every taste” & photos., Fry, 172-78

“CrossRef: the missing link” & photos., Pentz, 206-9,228

Crowther, Karmen N.T., “Delivering video-streamed library orientation on the Web: technology for the educational setting,” 280-85; “More applications to enhance your videos,” 284; “A selection of helpful URLs for video streaming,” 282

Cubit, Jim, photo., 507

Culshaw, John, photo., 585

“CyberAtlas,” rev. of, 544

D

d’Almeida, Diane, “Reaching out to students: planning a library fair,” 504-5

Dancik, Deborah, photos., 805-6,1111

Daso, Judy, retired, 1136

Davidson, Howard, photo., 1022

Davis, Mary Ellen K, “In the News”, 4,134,268,380, comment, 437, 484, 580, 684; “Letter from the executive director” & port. ‚ 1098; “Named ACRL executive director” & port., 787-88; “News from the field,” 5-7, 135-38, 269-72, 381-84, 485-87, 581-83, 685-88; photos., 485, 806; ports., 66, 1118

Dean, Mallette, “San Francisco Ferry Building” reproduced as a woodcut, 483 (photo., cover, no. 5)

Deaths, 85,228,336,452,552,649,748,849,946

“Delaware Valley celebrates 50 years,” 303

“Delivering video-streamed library orientation on the Web: technology for the educational setting,” Crowther, 280-85

Denver, Colo., ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 133 (photo., cover, no. 2)

DePaul U., “Transforming library services to support distance learning: strategies used by the DePaul University libraries,” 147-49

“Development and revision of the guidelines,” ACRL standards & guidelines, 921

“Development and revision of the standards and guideline,” Thornton, 305

Dewey, Barbara I., appt. & port., 82; news note, 846

Didier, Elaine K., “ACRL candidates for 2001: be sure to vote” & port., 32; “Didier and Spalding share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring” & port., 199-201

“Didier and Spalding share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring,” 199-204

“Digital distance education workshop," ALA, 977

“Digitized Texas constitutions available from UTA,” U. of Tex., Austin, 138

DiMarco, Scott R., “'I know that’s not what it said, but it’s not what we want’ the difficulty of really describing a job," 6l :503- 5, 400-403, 610; responses, comment; “Responds,” 402

“The disappearing reference desk: finding new ways to support the curriculum of a small liberal arts college” & photo., Giordano, 692-94, 700

“Display cases for academic libraries: ten tips for display case persons” & photos., Brazer, 904-8

“DLS celebrates 10 years,” ACRL, 294

Distinguished Education and Behavioral Sciences Librarian Awaid, 2002, 823

Dittemore, Margaret R., “Sharing the wealth: issues of public education and outreach in museum research libraries” & photos., 387-90

“Do ETDs deter publishers? Coverage from the 4th international symposium on ETDs,” McMillan, 620-21

Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2001, 321; 2002, 823

Dodd, BethJ., news note, 646

Dominican U., “Part-time library school faculty, full-time librarians: an opportunity for continuing education,” 154-56, 197

Donlan, Rebecca, “The ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: highlights from the third annual institute,” 1069-72

Downing, Arthur, “A multilingual virtual tour for international students: the Web-based library at Baruch College opens doors” & photos., 500-502

Doyle, Mary, appt., 82

Doyle-Wilch, Barbara, appt., 83

Drost, Carol, “Internet reviews,” 74-75, 215-16, 328-29, 442-43, 446, 544-45, 638-39, 738-39, 839-40, 936-37, 1016-17, 1126- 27, 1136

“Drug information: where to look for drug information on the Internet” & logos, Adams, 701-4

Dudley (Miriam) Instruction Librarian Award, 2001, 433; 2002, 822-23

Duffy, Jane, “Astronomy resources on the Web: sites for the amateur and professional astronomer" & logos, 1074-77

Duffy, Mary, news note, 1024

Dumont, Paul E., photos., 60, 805-6, 1111

Dunn, Marilyn, «Wins WWS Significant Achievement Award» & port., 435

Dyal, Donald, appt., 1134

E

Eariham Coll., “Chronicle ad salutes libraries,” 271; “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners.” 320

"Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries" & photo., Rasmus, 382

Eaton, Nancy L., news note, 846

Eberhart, George M., “New publications,” 76-77 (& photos.), 218-19 (& photo.), 330-31 (& photos.), 444-46 (& photo.), 546-47 (& photo.), 640-42 (& photos.), 740-42 (& photo.), 842-43 (& photos.), 938-39 (photos.), 1018-20 (& photo.), 1129-30 (& photos.)

EBSCO, Community College Learning Resources/Library Achievement Awards, 2001, 434; 2002, 823; ‘‘netLibrary e-books offered through Blackwell’s and EBSCO,” 486; “Pearson higher education partners with EBSCO,” 7

“Editors’ introduction,” Anderson, 25, 207

“Editor’s note,” Anderson, 707; Schaffner, 809

Edwards, Doralyn H., rev. (“CyberAtlas”), 544

“ElderCare Online” & logo, rev. of, 442

“ETDs not a deterrent to publication,” 621

Elfenbein‚Julien Sherley, “The image of a reader engrossed in a book” Ixx›kplate, 785 (photo., cover, no. 8)

Elsevier Science, Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award, 2001, 433; 2002, 822-23

Emory U., Leab Award, 435-36

Engeldinger, Eugene A., “Creating technology-literate teachers for the 21st century: collaborative partnering among funding sources, local schools, and Cartilage College” & pliotos., 522-25

“EPA Office of Water” & logo, rev. of, 1016

Erickson, Harold H. J., deceased & port., 552

Ericson, Timothy L., news note, 225

Errata, 525,535,1026

“Estronaut: a forum for women’s health” & logo, rev. of, 215-16 Eunice Rockwell Oberly Award, 2001, 437

“Europa: the European Union On-Line,” rev. of, 1016-17

Evans Jennifer, “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” 405-8

Evans, Karen, revs. (“Museum of Tolerance Online Multimedia Learning Center” & logo, 1126-27; “Yad Vashem” & logo, 739)

Evergreen State Coll., “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” & photo., 382

Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, 2001, 271‚ 320; 2002, 822 “Expanded version online," Spiegel, 517

“Expert services on the Web: the commercial competition for libraries,” Bivens-Tatum, 714-16

F

“Faculty rank, status, and tenure for librarians: current trends,” Cary, 510-11,520

Fan, Kuang-yao, deceased & port., 85

Farmer, David, news note, 745

Farmer, Donald W., deceased, 452

“Fast facts,” Viles, 124, 264, 376, 480, 576, 680, 780, 892, 972, 1056, 1160

Fatzer‚Jill B., news note & port., 745

Filstrup, Chris, appt. & port., 550

Finchum, Tanya, news note, 846

Fink, Kenneth D., “Bibliographic instruction: a corporate trainers take,” 526-27,535

“FirstGov.gov” & logo, rev. of, 75

Focus on libraries (“Sharing the wealth” & photos., Dittemore, 387-90)

Foster, Connie, news note, 846

Foudy, Geraldine, rev. (“United Nations Population Fund”), 443, 446

Frank, Donald G., “Opportunities for collalx›rative excellence: what learning communities offer," 1008-11

Frederiksen, Linda, rev. (“Making of America” & logo), 328-39 “free! The Freedom Forum Online” & logo, rev. of, 216 Freedman, Maurice J., “Meet the candidates for ALA president: vote in the election this spring” & port., 310-16

Freedman, Teni, photo., 486

Frisch, Paul A., “U.S. history: primary and secondary sources” & logos, 991-94

“From crisis to reform: University of Kansas libraries sponsor campus dialogue,” Bullington, 24—28

“From expectations to results: AAHE’s 15th Assessment Forum,” Lakos, 830-32

“From the ground up: lessons learned from a librarians’ experience with digitizing special collections” & photos., Russell, 603-6

“Frontispiece depicting an Island from… The Aran Islands ‚ Synge, 975 (photo., cover, no. 10)

Fiy, Thomas K., “Crossing the forks: Denver has restaurants for every taste” & photos., 172-78

Frye, Larry, “Named winner of Atkinson Award” & port., 318,321

Fugate, Cynthia, “Only connect’: the collocation of the University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College” & photo., 9-10

Funkhouser, Richard L., retired, 1136

Furlong, Katherine, “Photomicrographs, the NPR 100, and student teaching: library liaison ideas that really work,” 1004-6, 1020

“Fumian University adopts elementary school," 135

“The future of information literacy: transforming the world,” Ward, 922-25

Fyffe, Richard, “From crisis to reform: University of Kansas libraries sponsor campus dialogue,” 24-28

G

Gage, Megan, port., 1118

Gallagher, Connell B., news note, 334

Gansz, David, appt., 646

Garrison, Anne, “Building communities @ your library: these libraries have many community programs,” 165-67,186

Garrison, Judy, “Meeting the copyright challenge: things you can do to protect your institution,” 724-27

Gaudiani, Claire, photo., 493

Gaykian, Harry, photo., 617

Geil, Wilma, retired, 648

“General Accounting Office” & logo, rev. of, 936-37

Germain, Carol Anne, “Are we overlooking our most vital resource? building librarian/student partnerships,” 720-22; “Student feedback," 722; “What a student partner can do," 721

German, Lisa, “Honoring faculty: book plates to celebrate faculty achievements,” 1066-67, 1130

Germino, Christine Blucher, deceased, 649

“Gerontology and the aging population: online information for professionals and the public” & logos, Cassner, 299-303

“Getting a handle on library publications: balancing creativity and consistency — the University of Iowa libraries’ publication guidelines,” Barton, 982-85

Gettysburg Coll., “Photomicrographs, the NPR 100, and student teaching: library liaison ideas that really work,” 1004-6, 1020

Gherman, Paul, news note & photo., 846

Gibson, Rita, news note, 646

Giles, Fleetwood, retired, 452

Gilson, Caroline L., rev. (“FirstGov.gov” & logo), 75

Giordano, Peter, “The disappearing reference desk: finding new ways to support the curriculum of a small liberal arts college” & photo., 692-94, 700

Gleason, Maureen, “In the News”, 786, 896, 976, 1060; “News from the field,” 787-91, 897-99, 977-81, 1061-64

Glickman, Susan, letter to the ed., 806

“Glossary of terms,” 984

Goetsch, Lori, “Standards and guidelines feedback needed!”, 406 Golderman, Gail, rev. (“free! The Freedom Forum Online” & logo), 216

Golian, Linda Marie, “The ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: highlights from the third annual institute,” 1069-72

González, Edward L. F., “Communication sciences and disorders: a list of resources” & logos, 158-62,186

Goss, Anne, retired, 1136

Graf, Francine, port., 67, 1119

«Grants and acquisitions,» Young, 78, 221-22, 332-33, 448-49, 548- 49, 643-644, 743-44, 844-45, 940-41, 1022,1133

Grants (by grantee):, Amigos Lib. Services, 643; Boston Coll., 940; Cornell U., 332,743; Danville Area Community Coll., 548; E. Carolina U, 940; Elmhurst Coll., 548; Emory U., 940; GALILEO Digital Library of Ga., 449; Harvard U., 448, 685; Historical Soc. of Pa., 845; Ind. U, 78 (Bloomington, 643; Indianapolis, 844); Johns Hopkins U, 643; Loyola U, New Orleans, 448; Mansfield U. of Pa., 844; Marquette U, 448; Marshall U, 1022; MIT, 448, 743; Mich. State U., 1022; Montgomery Coll., 844; Moravian Coll., 448; N.M. State U, 743; NYU, 221, 940; N. Harris Montgomery Com. Coll. District 844; Or. State U, 448; Pa. State U, 548; Rochester Institute of Technology, 743; Rowan U, 332; Rutges U, 1133; Santa Clara U, 844; Tex. Woman’s U., 844; U. of Ariz., 844; UC (San Francisco, 332; Santa Barbara, 78); U. of Denver, 844; U. of Ken., 643; U. of Ky., 844; U. of Louisville, 1022; U. of Mich., 78; U. of Minn., 844; U. of Mo., 686; U. of Neb., 1133; U. of Neb. Medical Center, 940; U. of Nev., Reno, 1133; U. of N. Fla., 844; U. of S.C., 844; U. of Tex., Arlington, 1133; U. of Va, 940; U. of Wis, Milwaukee, 332; W. Va. U, 548

Grants (by grantor):, American Legacy F., 332; Barra F., 333; Campbell (Keith & Shirley) family, 332; Davis (Arthur Vining) F, 643; Delmas (Gladys Krieble) F, 221; Ellis (Elmer and Ruth C.) Fund, 686; Ellis (Ruth C.) Mem. Fund, 686; Grollman (Theodore & Anna) Fund, 332; Hall (J. P.) family, 844; IMLS, 449, 844 (8); Langford (Verona Joyner) endowment, 940; Lerner (Harry & Sandy) gift, 844; LSTA, 78; Lokey (Larry) gift, 844; Mellon (Andrew W.) F, 448 (2), 548, 643 (2), 685, 743; Milano (Jim & Ann) gift, 548; Moran Family Trust Fund, 1133; Natl. Leadership Grant 78; NEH, 333, 448, 743 (2), 940, 1022; NHPRC, 845, 940; NSF, 332; O’Neal (Mary B.) bequest, 548; Or. Community F, 448; Pa. Historical & Mus. Commission, 845; Peterson,

(Mildred Othmer) gift, 1133; Reeves F., 448; Robinson (Gladys & Ray) bequest, 548; Speedway and The Ashland Inc. F, 1022; Staley (Allen) gift, 333; Tex. State Lib. & Archives’ TexTreasures, 1133; US Dept, of the Interior, 1133; U. of Neb. Medical Center Computing Services, 940; Walker (Matthew & Nancy) gift, 940

Greater Western Library Alliance, “Big 12 Plus libraries Consortium adopts new name,” 791

“‘Greening’ our college libraries: complete the cycle of the three Rs,” Rickert, 825-28

Greenwood Publishing, Career Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2001, 434-35; 2002, 823

Griffiths, Jose-Marie, appt, 1024

Grolier Club, Leab Award honorable mention, 435-36

“Groundbreaking ceremonies were held on Oct. 1 for Marquette University’s new… Library” photo, 979

Groves, Sara, ‘Join the campaign for America’s libraries: celebrate National Library Week @ your library” & bookmarks, 290-92

“Guideline on collective bargaining,” ACRL, 2001, approved, 305

“Guidelines for academic .status of college and university libraries: a draft,” Committee on the Status of Academic Librarians, 920-21

Gundersheimer, Wemer, retired, 748

Gunselman, Cheryl, rev. (“The Urban Institute” & logo), 638-39

Gutierrez, Margo, news note, 646

H

Haarman, Susan, photo, 979

Hammond, Beth, appt. & port, 847

Hampshire Coll, “An innovative first-year instruction program at Hampshire College: bringing students and librarians together,” 717-19, 727

Harcourt General, “Reed Elsevier successfully completes Harcourt tender offer," 789-90

Hardesty, Carol, photo, 800

Hardesty, Larry, “Message from the president” & port, 42-43; “Named Academic/Research Librarian of the year” & port, 267, 319 (port, cover, no. 3); photos, 60, 800,805, 1111

“Hardwiring serendip: give chance its due” & illus, Koch, 731-32 Haricombe, Lorraine J, appt, 646

«Harvard and key publishers join forces for electronic journal archive,» 685

“Harvard library theft," 581-82

Hathaway, Heather, photo, 979

Hawley, Michael, photo, 489

Haycock, Ken, “Meet the candidates for ALA president: vote in the election this spring” & port, 310-16

Hedberg, Jane, “Preservation news,” 72, 213, 326, 441, 446, 542,

637, 644, 737, 835, 935, 1014, 1020, 1124

“Heritage Health Index launched," Heritage Preservation, 899

Heritage Preservation, “Heritage Health Index launched,” 899

Hernandez, Julie, photo, 617

Herring, Mark Y, «Libraries in the cyberage: a report from the symposium at Winthrop U.», 38-39

Heyman, Berna, news note, 81

Hibay, Denise, news note, 450

Hiller, Steve, “Quake damages stacks at University of Washington” & photo, 383

Hillson, Barbara, rev. (“International Information Programs” & logo), 839

Hinchliffe, Lisa, photo, 794

Hisle, W. Lee, photos, 486, 488, 586

“Historical tidbits,” ACRL, National Conference, 2003, 918

Holcome, Suzanne, news note, 846

“Honoring faculty: book plates to celebrate faculty achievements,” German, 1066-67,1130

Hope Coll, “Information literacy and the arts: be there… or miss it!", 1086-88, 1092

Horny, Karen L, “Partnering with the post office: Southwest Missouri State University Libraries’ advantageous relationship” & photos, 287-89; photo, 288

Howze, Philip C, “New librarians and job hunting: patience is a virtue” & illus, 596-600, 634, comments, 1001

Huge, Sharon, appt, 1134

Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial Award, 2001, 318, 321; 2002, 822

Hunter, Cecilia Aros, news note, 846

Hutchins, Elizabeth O, “The Associated Colleges of the Midwest Conference: information literacy and liberal education” & photo, 506-8

I

‘“I know that’s not what it said, but it’s not what we want:’ the difficulty of really describing a job,” DiMarco, 61:503-5, 400- 403, 610; responses, comment

Iannuzzi, Patricia, photo, 794; “Receives IS Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award” & port, 433

TFIC: International Food Information Council Foundation” & logo, rev. of, 544-45

111. State U, “Support for @ your library campaign,” 981

“Illustration by Ferdinand Bauer from Flora Graeca, a ten volume work by John Sibthrop, published in London, 1804-1840,” Bauer, 1059 (photo, cover, no. 11)

“Image the Universe!” & logo, rev. of, 328

“The impact of electronic reserves on reference services,” Lanning, 980

"In Printoutlines publishing opportunities” & photo, 384

“In the News’, Davis, 4, 134, 268, 380, comment, 437, 484, 580, 684; Gleason, 786, 896, 976, 1060

Ind. U, Bloomington, “IU libraries install box-making machine,” 1063

IUPUI, “Taking time for the organization: how IUPUI University library is building teams,” 900-2, 908

“Information literacy and the arts: be there… or miss it!”, Atkins, 1086-88, 1092

“Information Literacy Immersion Program seeks applicants," ACRL, 898

“Information literacy in the Information Age: what I learned on sabbatical,” Smalley, 689-90,704

“ingenta offers CrossRef linking,” 137-38

Innovation in Instruction Award, 2001, 435; 2002, 823

“Innovation in international library programs: the Slovenian Music Collection at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee” & photos, Watson-Boone, 1090-92

“An innovative first-year instruction program at Hampshire College: bringing students and librarians together,” Brown, 717- 19,727

ISI, Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2001, 321; 2002, 823; Samuel Lazerow Fellowship, 2001, 321-22; 2002, 823

IMLS, “April 1 deadline for museum-library grant," 332; “Heritage Health Index launched,” 899; “Robert Martin confirmed as IMLS director,” 789

"IMLS grant deadlines,” 744

“IMLS grant deadline’s near,” 78

“Institute of Physics Publishing launches IoP Select,” 979-80

“Institutions offering library portals,” Zemon, 711

“IS assessment preconference—June 2001,” 7

Instruction Section Publication of the Year Award, 2002, 828

“InterAction: American Council for Voluntary International Action” & logo, rev. of, 1126

“International Information Programs” & logo, rev. of, 839 Internet resources (“Astronomy resources on the Web” & logos, Duffy, 1074-77; “Communication sciences and disorders” & logos, González, 158-62, 186; “Computer science” & logos, Knee, 609-15; “Drug information” & logos, Adams, 701-4; “Expanded version online,” Spiegel, 517; “Gerontology and the aging population” & logos, Cassner, 299-303; “Maps and mapping resources” & logos, Mathenia, 910-12, 925; “Outdoor recreation” & logos, Spiegel, 516-20; “Resources for library assessment: tools for a new era” & logos, Bauer, 12-14, 28; “Resources for news and research on the publishing/information industry: sites to keep you informed” & logos,

O’Connell, 813-16, 821; “U.S. history” & logos, Frisch, 991-94; “Western European literatures” & logos, Waterman, 411-14, 439)

Internet reviews, “Call for reviewers,” 937

“Internet reviews,” Roberts, 74-75, 215-16, 328-29, 442-43, 446, 544-45, 638-39, 738-39, 839-40, 936-37, 1016-17, 1126-27, 1136

“Internet start-up Questia to launch this month,” 5-6

“InvisibleWeb.com” & logo, rev. of, 442-43

“The irate patron is right: try putting yourself in a student’s shoes,” Christianson, 189-91

“Irish pubs in Denver and Boulder,” 21

Isaacson, David, “Librarians who lunch: liaisons with new faculty” & illus, 532-33

“Ithaca College selects Endeavor’s Voyager,” 485

“It’s not just for term papers: solving real-life problems in an information literacy course,” Kaip, 496-98

J

Jacobson, Trudi E, “Part-time library school faculty, full-time librarians: an opportunity for continuing education,” 154-56, 197

James, Robert, appt, 82

«The Jazz Age in Paris» & photo, 269-70

Jeney, Judith E, photo, 486

Jenkins, Althea H, “Letter from the executive director” & port, 46-47; photos, 488, 587, 796, 805, 1111; port, 67; “To step down from ACRL” & port, 581

Jenkins, Barbara Baxter, photo, 60, 1111; photos, 805-6

“Jenkins to step down from ACRL” & port, 581

Jessup, Louise, port, 67, 1119

John Wiley & Sous, «Harvard and key publishers join forces for electronic journal archive,» 685

Johnson, Coburn (Coby) R, news note, 943

Johnson, Peggy, photo, 270

“Join the campaign for America’s Libraries: celebrate National Library Week @ your library” & bookmarks, Groves, 290-92 “Join the virtual discussions on digital reference and more!”, ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 136

“Joint Conference on Digital Libraries calls for papers,” 897

Jones, Lynn, “Under construction: the California Heritage Project’s K-12 outreach experience at the University of California, Berkeley” & photo, 296-297, 306

Jordan, Janis, photo, 485

Joyce, Donald F, deceased, 552

K

K. G. Saur Award for Best C&RL Article, 2001, 322; 2002, 828 Kagan, Alfred, news note, 334

Kaip, Sarah, “It’s not just for term papers: solving real-life problems in an information literacy course,” 496-98

Kane, Larry, photo, 977

Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Awards, 2001,435-36; 2002, 823

“Keep those vague phrases coming! a response to Scott DiMarco,” Christianson, 400-403, response, 402

Keith, Ellen A, “Part-time library school faculty, full-time librarians: an opportunity for continuing education,” 154-56, 197

Kemp, Barbara E, ‘Tropical storm Allison” & photo, 899

Kennamer, Regina, “Resources for news and research on the publishing/information industry: sites to keep you informed” & logos, 813-16, 821

Keogh, Trish, “Meeting the copyright challenge: things you can do to protect your institution,” 724-27

Kimmel, Margaret Mary, news note, 943

King, Thomas Bird, “Rant Che Wai Me—Female Flying Pigeon” portrait, 379 (photo, cover, no. 4)

Kinikin, JaNae, news note, 846

Kirk, Artemis G, appt. & port, 944

Klein, Leo Robert, “A multilingual virtual tour for international students: the Web-based library at Baruch College opens doors” & photos, 500-502

Index toC&RL News volume 62 (2001)1-9

Knee, Michael, “Computer science: a guide to selected resources on the Internet” & logos, 609-15

Koch, John, “Hardwiring serendip: give chance its due” & illus, 731-32

Kramer-Baker, Roberta, retired, 1136

Kroll, Susan, “Opportunities for collaborative excellence: what learning communities offer,” 1008-11

Kum, Ilham, deceased, 649

Kuster, Judith M, “Communication sciences and disorders: a list of resources” & logos, 158-62, 186

Kutzik Jennifer, photo, 585

L

Lakos, Amos, “From expectations to results: AAHE’s 15th Assessment Forum,” 830-32

Lange (Maιta)/CQ Award, 2001, 433-34; 2002, 822

Lankes, R. David, photo, 491

Lanning, Scott, “The impact of electronic reserves on reference services,” 980

Laskowski, Mary, “University Libraries Section in San Francisco: higlilights from the ALA Annual Conference,” 914, 939

Lazerow (Samuel) Fellowship, 2001, 321-22; 2002, 823

“Leab Exhibition Award winners named,” 435-36

Leab (Katharine Kyes and Daniel J.) American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Awards, 2001, 435-36; 2002, 823

“learning Communities and ACRL,” Newby, 1082

“Learning communities and ACRL,” ALA, Midwinter Meeting, 2002,1061

Learning communities for excellence (“ACRL: the learning community for excellence in academic libraries: the presidential theme for the coming year,” Reichel, 818-21; “Opportunities for collaborative excellence,” Frank, 1008-11)

Lehigh U, “Louisiana Tanager and Scarlet Tanager” plate, 683 (photo, cover, no. 7)

Leonard, Louise, retired, 648

Leonhardt, Thomas W, appt, 746

Letters, 437, 806, 1001

“Letting your hair down in Denver: what to do at the end of the conference day” & photos, Metter, 19—21, 77

Levine-Clark, Michael, “Getting a handle on library publications: balancing creativity and consistency—the University of Iowa Libraries’ publication guidelines,” 982-85

“The librarian’s role in portal development: providing unique perspectives and skills,” Zemon, 710-12

“Librarians who lunch: liaisons with new faculty” & illus, Isaacson, 532-33

“Libraries and librarians: making a difference in the knowledge age: the 67th IFLA Conference,” Rader, 1002-3

“Libraries in the cyberage: a report from the symposium at Winthrop U”, Chepesiuk, 38-39

“LC and OCLC collaborate on digital reference,” 381

“LC documents reactions to September 11 tragedy,” 979

“Library of Congress reopened,” 1062

Limerick, Patricia, photo, 489

Linke, Erika, photo, 806

Linsley, Laurie S, “A multicultural experience: community college students create a library in a Mexican village” & photos, 696- 700; photo, 699

List, Carla, “The revision task force,” 417

Lockhart, Bill, news note. 1024

Lohnes, Sarah, photo, 507

«Lose weight at work without doing much,» UC, Riverside, 138

Lougen, Colleen, rev. (“AlterNet” &logo), 936

“Louisiana Tanager and Scarlet Tanager” plate, Audubon, 683 (photo, cover, no. 7)

Lowry, Charles, news note, 846-47; photo, 686

Lowry, Charles B, "portel. a new model for the digital future,” 512- 14,525

Lucier, Richard E, appt, 225-26

Luck, DeAnne, rev. (“Women’s Health Interactive” & logo), 639

Lutz, Maija, photo, 485

Lynch, Albert, «Marie» painting, 579 (photo, cover, no. 6)

Lynch, Clifford, photo, 490

M

McCarthy, Connie, news note & photo, 846

McCulley, Carol, rev. (“IFIC” & logo), 544-45

McCullough, Mark, “Web clearinghouse promotes displays of government information” & photo, 487

MacDonald, Mary C, rev. (“InterAction” & logo), 1126

McIntyre, Pattie, deceased, 849

McKinstry, Jill, “Building communities @ your library: these libraries have many community programs,” 165-67, 186

McMillan, Gail, “Do ETDs deter publishers? Coverage from the 4th international symposium on ETDs,” 620-21; “Editors’ introduction,” 25, 207

Maddux, Linda, rev. (“PubSCIENCE” & logo), 738-39

Mahmoodi, Sue, news note, 646

“Making of America” & logo, rev. of, 328-39

“Manual de la operacíon de la Biblioteca Pública de Cobá,” 698

«Maps and mapping resources: a guide to select resources on the Web- & logos, Mathenia, 910-12, 925

“Marie” painting, Lynch, 579 (photo, cover, no. 6)

Marquette U, “Groundbreaking ceremonies were held on Oct. 1 for Marquette University’s new… Library” photo, 979

Marshall, Albert Price (A. P.), deceased & port, 552

Marshall, Joanne Gard, news note, 943

Marshall, Ruth Ann, deceased, 748

Marta Lange/CQ Award, 2001, 433-34; 2002, 822

Martin, Robert, “Confirmed as IMLS director,” 789

Martin, Robert S, appt, 746

Martin, Susan K, news note & port, 225; “portal: a new model for the digital future,” 512-14, 525

Martinus Nijhoff International, “Sweets Blackwell to acquire Martinus Nijhoff International,” 898

Martinus Nijhoff International West European Specialist Study Grant, 2001, 436-37; 2002, 823, postponed, 978

MIT, “Reaching out to students: planning a library fair,” 504-5

Mathenia, Brenda G, “Maps and mapping resources: a guide to select resources on the Web” & logos, 910-12, 925

Matthews, Judith A, rev. (“EPA Office of Water” & logo), 1016 May, Gertrudis, photo, 699

"May 11 deadline for mentor program,” ACRL’s New Mentoring Program, 431

“Meet Cannon and Popko—the candidates for ACRL President,” 1080

“Meet the ACRL staff,” 66-69, 1118-21

“Meet the candidates for ALA president: vote in the election this spring” & ports, ACRL, 310-16

“Meeting the copyright challenge: tilings you can do to protect your institution,” Amen, 724-27

“Members assess ACRL: results of the 2000 membership survey,” Cast, 623-28

“Members running for ALA Council,” ACRL, 316, correction, 525

Menard, Christine, “The disappearing reference desk: finding new ways to support the curriculum of a small liberal arts college” & photo, 692-94, 700

Metter, Ellen, “Letting your hair down in Denver: what to do at the end of the conference day” & photos, 19—21, 77

Mexico, “Manual de la operacíon de la Biblioteca Pública de Cobá,” 698; “A multicultural experience: community college students create a library in a Mexican village” & photos, 696-700

Meyer, Richard, appt. & port, 82-83

Miller, Bill, photo, 587

Miller, Lisa Karen, rev. («Europa»), 1016-17

Minn. State U, «Web clearinghouse promotes displays of government information» & photo, 487

Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award, 2001, 433; 2002, 822- 23

“Miss a program?”, 492

Mont. State U. Coll. of Technology, Great Falls, “It’s not just for term papers: solving real-life problems in an information literacy course,” 496-98

Montavon, Victoria A, appt, 944

Moore, Neal, photo, 288

Moore, Prisca, “Creating technology-literate teachers for the 21st century: collaborative partnering among funding sources, local schools, and Carthage College” & photos, 522-25

“More applications to enhance your videos,” Crowther, 284

“More examples of partnering,” 618

“More information on recycling,” 827

“More than cut and paste,” Cohn, letter to the ed, 437

Morrison, Perry D, deceased, 228, 452

Mueller, Dawn, port, 67, 1119

«A multicultural experience: community college students create a library in a Mexican village» & photos, Linsley, 696-700

“A multilingual virtual tour for international students: the Web-based library at Baruch College opens doors” & photos, Downing, 500-502

“Museum of Tolerance Online Multimedia Learning Center” & logo, rev. of, 1126-27

N

Natl. Lib. of S. Africa, “Sorbonne and National Library of South Africa choose Innovative Interfaces,” 485

“NCES library reports released,” 789

“NEH Challenge Grant for local history,” 978-79

“National Library of New Zealand chooses ENCompass,” 898

National Library Week, “Join the campaign for America’s Libraries: celebrate National Library Week @ your library” & bookmarks, 290-92; “Participate in the campaign,” 291

“The National Park Service: ParkNet” & logo, rev. of, 638 Neal James, appt, 1024

Nelson, Grant, appt, 944

«netLibrary e-books offered through Blackwell’s and EBSCO,» 486

“netLibrary seeks a buyer,” 979

“A new academic library model: partnerships for learning and teaching” 8c photos, Rader, 393-96

“New CSU information competence Web site," 1061

“New librarians and job hunting: patience is a virtue” & illus, Howze, 596-600,634, comments, 1001

“New publications,” Eberhart, 76-77 (& photos.), 218-19 (& photo.), 330-31 (& photos.), 444-46 (& photo.), 546-47 (& photo.), 640-42 (& photos.), 740-42 (& photo.), 842-43 (& photos.), 938-39 (photos.), 1018-20 (& photo.), 1129-30 (& photos.)

NYPL, Leab Award special merit, 435-36

Newby Jill, “Learning Communities and ACRL,” 1082

“News from the field,” Davis, 5-7, 135-38, 269-72, 381-84, 485- 87, 581-83, 685-88; Gleason, 787-91, 897-99, 977-81, 1061-64

“News from the University Libraries Section,” ACRL, 798-99

Nichol, Tom, rev. (“United States Holocaust Memorial Museum”), 329

Nichols Janet W, “Sharing a vision: infoπnation literacy partnerships (K-16)” & photo, 275-77, 285

Nisbet, Miriam, “Washington hotline,” 735

Nisonger, Thomas E, “Receives K. G. Saur Award” & port, 322

“Nomadic computing at NGSU”, 485

“Nominations sought for Africana bibliography award," African Librarians Council, 980

Norlin, Elaina, “Recmitment and retention project team: opportunities and outcomes,” 528-31

NC State U, “Nomadic computing at NCSU.’’, 485

Northwest Coll, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” & photo, 382

Northwestern U, “Opens facility for faculty library and technology needs” & photo, 269

“Nova-Broward County open joint-use facility,” 1062-63

Nova Southeastern U, “Nova-Broward County open joint-use facility,” 1062-63

“Nupedia: the Free Encyclopedia” & logo, rev. of, 839-40

Nyberg, Cheryl, “Wins Marta Lange/CQ Award,” 433-34

O

Oberly (Eunice Rockwell) Award, 2001, 437

Oberman, Cerise, news note & port, 1134

“Objectives for information literacy instruction: a model statement for academic librarians,” ACRL, approved, 2001, 416-28 OCLC, “LC and OCLC collaborate on digital reference,” 381; “RLG-OCLC joint repository report released,” 897—98; “Waseda University Library adds records to WorldCat,” 898

O’Connell, Terry, “Resources for news and research on the publishing/information industry: sites to keep you infomied” & logos, 813-16, 821

Offermann, Glenn, retired, 85

Ohr-Campbell, T, cartoons, 136, 687, 981; illus, 532, 731

Oliver, Eileen C, news note, 450

Olson, Bob, photo, 288

“On scholarly evaluation and scholarly communication: increasing the availability of quality work,” Shulenburger, 808-11

‘“Only connect’: the collocation of the University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College” 8c photo, Fugate, 9-10

“opensecrets.org” 8c logo, rev. of, 545

“Opportunities for collaborative excellence: what learning communities offer,” Frank, 1008-11

“ORB: the Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies," rev. of, 840

Osbum, Charles B, retired, 1136

“Outdoor recreation: sites to help you plan your summer vacation” & logos, Spiegel, 516-20

P

Pacific Lutheran U, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” 8c photo, 382

Page, David, photo, 899

Pankake, Marcia, photo, 270

Parets, Meredith, “ACRL honors the 2001 award winners: recognizing professional achievement,” 318-22; port, 68

Parke, Carol, retired, 336

Parker, Elise, photo, 485; ports, 68, 1119

“Part-time library school faculty, full-time librarians: an opportunity for continuing education,” Keith, 154-56, 197

“Participate in the campaign,” 291

“Partnering with the post office: Southwest Missouri State University Libraries' advantageous relationship” 8c photos. Homy, 287-89

Pastine, Maureen, photo, 977

«Pearson higher education partners with EBSCO,» 7

Pentz, Ed, “CrossRef: the missing link” 8c photos, 206-9, 228

“People in the News", Young, 81-85, 225-28, 354-36, 450-52, 550- 52, 646-49, 745-48, 846-49, 945-46, 1024-26, 1134-36

Perreault Jean M, deceased & port, 946

“Personnel officer to Robin the Boy Wonder: ‘Do you have any references besides Batman?’: the final (but still important) job application piece,” Christopher, 728-29,732, comment, 806

Petrowski, Mary Jane, photo, 507, 794

“Photomicrographs, the NPR 100, and student teaching: library liaison ideas that really work,” Furlong, 1004-6, 1020

Piatz, Carolyn, rev. (“Nupedia” & logo), 839-40

Pike Joy, photo, 507

Pitschmann, Louis A, appt. 8c port, 1134

«Pitt develops e-print server,» U. of Pittsburgh, 582-83

“Pitt’s School of Information Sciences wins affirmative action award,” 899

Poole, Erik, “Training library student assistants: Bloomsburg University’s interactive instructional program” 8c photo, 537- 38

Popko, John, “Financial report” & port, 61-65,1112-16; photos, 60, 805, 1111

Popp, Mary Pagliero, news note, 745

Popular Culture Association, “Call for popular culture papers,” 583 “portal: a new model for the digital future,” Lowry, 512-14, 525

Porter, Lynn, retired, 1026

Portland State U, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” & photo, 382

Potter, William Gray, news note, 943

Pound, Mary, deceased, 452

Powell, Lawrence Clark, deceased, 649

“Preservation news,” Hedberg, 72, 213, 326, 441, 446, 542, 637, 644, 737, 835, 935, 1014, 1020, 1124

“Principles on copyright in the electronic environment,” 1063 “Print book) bibliographies on the Web: implications for academic libraries,” Bivens-Tatum, 308-9, correction, 535

Pritchard, Sarah, ‘‘Wins WSS Career Achievement Award” & port, 434-35

“Proceedingsavailable,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 594

“Promoting library services to campus administrative offices: a new approach and a new tool,” Wang, 193-97

“Public access to scientific information: are 22,700 scientists wrong?", Case, 706-9,716

“PubSCIENCE” & logo, rev. of, 738-39

“Purchase express for any user request: the University of Virginia library offers delivery in seven days,” Clendenning, 16-17

Q

“Quake damages stacks at University of Washington” & photo, Hiller, 383

Questia, “Internet start-up Questia to launch this month,” 5-6

R

Rachow, Louis A, news note, 225

Rader, Hannelore B, “Changing universities: the role of technology” & photo, 534-5; “Libraries and librarians: making a difference in the knowledge age: the 67th IFLA Conference,” 1002-3; “A new academic library model: partnerships for learning and teaching” & photos, 393-96; photo, 395

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Lib, “Illustration by Ferdinand Bauer from Flora Graeca, a ten volume work by John Sibthrop, published in London, 1804-1840,” 1059 (photo, cover, no. 11)

“Rant Che Wai Me — Female Flying Pigeon” portrait, King, 379 (photo, cover, no. 4)

RBMS, “2001 RBMS preconference, San Francisco,” 137

Rasmus, Francesca Lane, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” & photo, 382

“Reaching out to students: planning a library fair,” d’Almeida, 504-5

Reagan, Katherine, “2001 RBMS preconference, San Francisco,” 137

“Recruitment and retention project team: opportunities and outcomes,” Trejo, 528-31

“Reed Elsevier sells Bowker to Cambridge Scientific Abstracts,” 897

“Reed Elsevier successfully completes Harcourt tender offer,” 789-90

“Register for ACRL Denver Conference,” 7

“Register for ACRL preconferences,” 487; ALA, Annual Conference, 2001, 384

Reichel, Maty L., “ACRL: the learning community for excellence in academic libraries: the presidential theme for the coming year,” 818-21; ACRL, vice-president, “Focus for 2001-2002,” 6; ACRL president & port, 630-31; “ACRL President’s Program poster proposals,” 1062; “Message from the vice-president” & port, 1096; news note, 334; photos, 805-6, 1111

Reilly, Bernard F, Jr., appt. & port, 1024

Renaud, Robert, appt, 746; “What happened to the Library? When the library and the computer center merge,” 987-89

“Report on the National Information Literacy Survey: documenting progress throughout the United States,” Sonntag, 996- 1001

“RLG-OCLC joint repository report released,” 897-98

“Resignation to protest journal policies and costs,” 981

“Resources for library assessment: tools for a new era” & logos, Bauer, 12-14, 28

“Resources for news and research on die publishing/infomiation industry: sites to keep you informed” & logos, O’Connell, 813-16,821

Retirements, 85, 228, 335-36, 452, 551-52, 648-49, 748, 849, 946, 1026, 1136

“The revision task force,” List, 417

Richards, Barbara G. ‚ retired & port, 748

Rickert, Kadileen, “‘Greening’ our college libraries: complete the cycle of the three Rs,” 825-28

Robare, Lori, rev. (“Women’s Sports Foundation”), 1127, 1136

Roberts, Joni, “Internet reviews,” 74-75, 215-16, 328-29, 442-43, 446, 544-45, 638-39, 738-39, 839-40, 936-37, 1016-17, 112627.1136

Rockman, Ilene F, “Strategic alliances: the power of collaborative partnerships” & photo, 616-18, 621

Rockwood, Irving, ports, 68, 1120

Roderer, Nancy, appt, 1024

“Romanization for a monosyllabic script?, Wong, 1064

Rooks, Dana C, photo, 60

Rose, Robert F, photos, 60, 805-6, 1111

Rosenbach Mus. & Lib, Leab Award, 435-36

Rosenbloom, Mary, deceased & port, 849

Routledge Press, Significant Achievement in Women’s Studies Librariansliip, 2001, 435; 2002, 823

Russell, Beth M, “From the ground up: lessons learned from a librarians’ experience with digitizing special collections” & photos, 603-6

Russell, Patrick J, Jr., retired, 648-49

Ryland, Jane E, news note, 334

S

St. Clair, Gloriana, “portal: a new model for die digital future," 512-14,525

St. Martin’s Coll, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries”

& photo, 382

Salinas, Ana, retired, 452

Samuel, Bunmi, photo, 977

Samuel Lazerow Fellowship, 2001, 321-22; 2002, 823

“San Francisco Ferry Building” reproduced as a woodcut, Dean, 483 (photo, cover, no. 5)

Sanders, Wayne, photo, 979

Sannwald, William, “Meet the candidates for ALA president: vote in the election this spring” & port, 310-16

Saur (K. G.) Award for Best C&RL Article, 2001, 322; 2002, 828 “Save the date! Digital reference workshop,” ACRL, 897 Schaffner, Ann, “Editors' introduction,” 25, 207; “Editor’s note,” 809

Schmidt, Karen, “Honoring faculty: bcx)k plates to celebrate faculty achievements,” 1066-67, 1130

Scholarly communication ("CrossRef’ & photos, Pentz, 206-9, 228; “Editors’ introduction,” Anderson, 25, 207; “Editor’s note,” Anderson, 707; Schaffner, 809; “From crisis to reform,” Bullington, 24-28; “On scholarly evaluation and scholarly com munication: increasing the availability of quality work,” Shulenburger, 808-11; “portal’, Lowry, 512-14, 525; “Public access to scientific information,” Case, 706-9, 716)

Schroeder, Darlene, photo, 686

Schroeder, Kim, news note, 943

“ScienceDirect offers subject collections,” 485-86

“Scott DiMarco responds,” 402

Seattle U, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” & photo, 382

“Section committee volunteer form,” ACRL, 931

“A selection of helpful URLs for video streaming,” Crowther, 282

Seminole Com. Coll, “A multicultural experience: community college students create a library in a Mexican village” & photos, 696-700

Senior, Heidi, rev. (“Nupedia: the Free Encyclopedia” & logo), 839-40

Shaaban, Marian, rev. (“WomenWatch”), 1017

“Sharing a vision: information literacy partnerships (K-16)” & photo, Nichols, 275-77, 285

“Sharing the wealth: issues of public education and outreach in museum research libraries” & photos, Dittemore, 387-90

Shaughnessy, Thomas (Tom) W, retired & port, 551

Sheehy, Carolyn, photo, 485

Sheketoff, Emily, “Washington hotline,” 440

Sher, Lois, retired, 336

Sherer, Betsy, photo, 686

Sherrod, Stephanie, “ACRL 2002 awards program: recognizing outstanding achievements in academic librarianship,” 822- 23, 828; port, 1120

“Shou Lao, ancient Chinese Taoist god of longevity, is depicted on one of several woven and painted scrolls,” 895 (photo, cover, no. 9)

Shulenburger, David E, “On scholarly evaluation and scholarly communication: increasing the availability of quality work," 808-11

SibthropJohn, “Illustration by Ferdinand Bauer from Flora Graeca, a ten volume work by John Sibthrop, published in London, 1804-1840,” 1059 (photo, cover, no. 11)

Significant Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2001, 455, 2002, 825

Silverstein, Louis Henry, deceased, 946

Sluss, Sara B, letter to the ed, 1001

Smalley, Topsy N, “Information literacy in the Information Age: what I learned on sabbatical,” 689-90, 704

Smith, Charles H, “Oberly Award goes to Smith” & port, 437

Smith, Dorman H, retired, 946

Smith, Mark A, rev. (“InvisibleWeb.com” & logo), 442-43

Smithsonian Institution, “Rant Che Wai Me — Female Flying Pigeon” portrait, 379 (photo, cover, no. 4); “Sharing the wealth: issues of public education and outreach in museum research libraries" & photos, 387-90

Snelson, Pam, photo, 485

Sonntag, Gabriela, «Report on the National Information Literacy Survey: documenting progress throughout the United States,» 996-1001

“Sorbonne and National Library of South Africa choose Innovative Interfaces,” 485

Southern Methodist Central U, “Digitizes WWII government documents,” 1063

Southern Utah U, “The impact of electronic reserves on reference services,” 980

Southwest Mo. State U, “Partnering with the post office: Southwest Missouri State University Libraries’ advantageous relationship” & photos, 287-89

Sowell, Cary, “Community College Awards go to Sowell and Tompkins Cortland Community College” & port, 434 Spalding, Helen H, ACRL, vice-president & port, 630-32; “ACRL candidates for 2001: te sure to vote” & port, 32-33; “Didier and Spalding share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring” & port, 199,202-4; photos, 60, 805-6, 1111

Spencer, Rebecca Ohm, “The disappearing reference desk: finding new ways to support the curriculum of a small literal arts college” 8c photo, 692-94, 700

Spiegel, Shaun, “Expanded version online,” 517; “Outdoor recreation: sites to help you plan your summer vacation” & logos, 516-20

“Staff and current and past members of the editorial lx›ard of C&RL news celebrate the 35th anniversary of C&RL newś' & photo, 485

Stafford, Beth, retired, 649

“Standards and guidelines feedback needed!”, Goetsch, 406

Stanley, Mary J, “Taking time for the organization: how IUPUI University library is building teams,” 900-2,908

Steel, Virginia, appt. & port, 944

Steinbach, Laura, “Communication sciences and disorders: a list of resources” & logos, 158-62, 186

Stephens Jerry, news note & photo, 846

Stoffle, Carla, news note 8c port, 225

Stokes, Sally, news note & port, 450

“Strategic alliances: the power of collaborative partnerships” & photo, Rockman, 616-18,621

“Strengthening the profession, assuring our future: ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program pairs library leaders with new professionals,” Bullington, 430-32

“Student feedback,” Germain, 722

Stiident'sguid to evcdiuating libraries in college and universities,ACRL, 67

“Style sheet," 985

Sullivan, Maureen, photo, 60

“Support for @ your library campaign,” 111. State U, 981

“Support Library Legislation Day,” ALA, 271

Sutton, Margot, ports, 68, 1120

Sweat, Mary Lee, photos, 60, 805, 1111

“Sweets Blackwell to acquire Martinus Nijhoff International,” 898

Switzer, Teri, photo, 585

Synge, John Millington, “Frontispiece depicting an island from… The Aran Islandś', 975 (photo, cover, no. 10)

T

“Taking time for the organization: how IUPUI University library is building teams,” Stanley, 900-2,908

Tarmen, Roger, retired, 849

Tarrago, Rafael, photo, 270

“Taxi!”, 20

“Teaching students to evaluate Web sources more critically: implications from a faculty workshop,” Cottrell, 141—43, 186

“Temple University Libraries celebrate two million volumes” 8c photo, 977-78

“Ten tips for library displays/exhibits," 905

Tex. A&M U, “African American exhibit opens at Texas A&M’s Cushing Library” & photo, 270; “From the ground up: lessons learned from a librarians’ experience with digitizing special collections" 8c photos, 603-6

“Texas Information Literacy Tutorial now licensed worldwide,” 685

“Third national conference on diversity in academic libraries,” 1061

Thompson, Hugh, ports, 69, 1121

Thompson, Tommy, photo, 979

Thomton, Glenda, “Development and revision of the standards and guideline,” 305

“Thoughts about the library, librarians, and our hopes and fears,” Verba, 978

Tierney, Barbara, “Charlotte, Queen City of the Southeast: a look at the site for ACRL’s 2003 National Conference” & photos, 915-18,921

Tillett, Barbara, news note, 943

“The time to lead: ACRL seeks nominees for office,” 438-39 Tompkins Cortland Com. Coll, “Community College Awards go to Sowell and Tompkins Cortland Community College,” 434

“Tour the mile high city,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 174- 75

“Training library student assistants: Bloomsburg University’s interactive instructional program” 8c photo, Poole, 537-38

“Transforming library services to support distance learning: strategies used by the DePaul University libraries,” Cervone, 147-49

“Translators and liaisons needed for standards,” ACRL, 270 Trejo, Ninfa, “Recruitment and retention project team: opportunities and outcomes,” 528-31

Troll, Denise, news note, 81

Index toC&RL News volume 62 (2001)1-13

“Tropical storm Allison” & photo, Kemp, 899

Tucker, Dennis C, appt, 1134-35

“2001 RBMS preconference, San Francisco,” Reagan, 137

Tyckoson, Dave, photo, 617

U

Ulmschneider John, news note & photo, 846

“ULS Standards/Guidelines Survey,” 407

“Under construction: the California Heritage Project’s K-12 outreach experience at the University of California, Berkeley” & photo, Yesson, 296-297, 306

“United Nations Population Fund,” rev. of, 443, 446

“U.S. history: primary and secondary sources” & logos, Frisch, 991-94

“United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,” rev. of, 329

U. at Albany, “Part-time library school faculty, full-time librarians: an opportunity for continuing education,” 154-56, 197

U. of Akron, “Marie” painting, 579 (photo, cover, no. 6)

U. of Ariz, “Chronicle ad salutes libraries,” 271; “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners,” 320; “Recruitment and retention project team: opportunities and outcomes,” 528-31

UC, Berkeley, Leab Award special merit, 435-36; “Under construction: the California Heritage Project’s K-12 outreach experience at the University of California, Berkeley” & photo, 296-297, 306

UC, Irvine, “Romanization for a monosyllabic script?, 1064 UCLA, “Illustration by Ferdinand Bauer from Flora Graeca, a ten volume work by John Sibthrop, published in London, 1804- 1840,” 1059 (photo, cover, no. 11)

UC, Riverside, “Lose weight at work without doing much,” 138

U. of Chicago Press, “Harvard and key publishers join forces for electronic journal archive,” 685

U. of Hawaii, Manoa, “Library wins Innovation in Instruction Award,” 435

U. of Houston, “Tropical storm Allison” & photo, 899

U. of 111, U-C, “Honoring faculty: book plates to celebrate faculty achievements,” 1066-67, 1130

U. of Iowa, “Getting a handle on library publications: balancing creativity and consistency—the University of Iowa Libraries’ publication guidelines,” 982-85

U. of Kan, “From crisis to reform: University of Kansas libraries sponsor campus dialogue,” 24-28

U. of Louisville, “A new academic library model: partnerships for learning and teaching” & photos, 393-96

U. of Md, “Libraries to distribute titles via video-on-demand” & photo, 686-87

U. of Mich, Dearborn, “Promoting library services to campus administrative offices: a new approach and a new tool,” 193- 97

U. of Minn, “The Jazz Age in Paris” & photo, 269-70

U. of Mo, KC, Lester Young photo, 3 (cover, no. 1)

“University of Missouri at Columbia celebrated the addition of its three-millionth volume” photo, 686

“Univ. of Nevada opens new library” & photo, 381-84

U. of N.D, “Shou Lao, ancient Chinese Taoist god of longevity, is depicted on one of several woven and painted scrolls,” 895 (photo, cover, no. 9)

U. of Notre Dame, “Frontispiece depicting an island from… The Aran lslandś' ‚ 975 (photo, cover, no. 10)

U. of Pittsburgh, “Pitt develops e-print server,” 582-83; “Pitt’s School of Information Sciences wins affirmative action award,” 899

U. of Puget Sound, “Earthquake rocks Pacific Northwest libraries” & photo, 382

U. of San Francisco, “San Francisco Ferry Building” reproduced as a woodcut, 483 (photo, cover, no. 5)

U. of Scranton, Leab Award, 435-36

U. of Southern Miss, Leab Award, 435-36

U. of Tenn, “Delivering video-streamed library orientation on the Web: technology for the educational setting,” 280-85

U. of Tex, Austin, “Digitized Texas constitutions available from UTA,” 138; “The image of a reader engrossed in a book” bookplate, 785 (photo, cover, no. 8); “Texas Information Literacy Tutorial now licensed worldwide,” 685

U. of Va. ‚ “Purchase express for any user request: the University of Virginia library offers delivery in seven days,” 16-17

“UVa. students test e-books,” 685-86

U. of Wash, “Only connect’: the collocation of the University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College” & photo, 9-10; “Quake damages stacks at University of Washington” & photo, 383

U. of Wis, Milwaukee, “Innovation in international library programs: the Slovenian Music Collection at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee” & photos, 1090-92

“University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” Evans, 405-8

“University Libraries Section in San Francisco: highlights from the ALA Annual Conference,” Laskowski, 914, 939

“Updating knowledge, networking and sharing ideas” photo, ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 583

“The Urban Institute” & logo, rev. of, 638-39

“URLs have short shelf life,” 136-37

“Useful search engines,” Wang, 196

V

Valentine, Barbara, rev. («American Psychological Association-), 215

Verba, Sidney, “Thoughts about the library, librarians, and our hopes and fears,” 978

Vigeland, Bonnie, “An innovative first-year instruction program at Hampshire College: bringing students and librarians together,” 717-19, 727

Viles, Ann, “Fast facts,” 124, 264, 376, 480, 576, 680, 780, 892, 972, 1056, 1160

Visk, Linda, retired, 1026

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Wallace, Alan, “Delivering video-streamed library orientation on the Web: technology for the educational setting,” 280-85; “More applications to enhance your videos,” 284; “A selection of helpful URLs for video streaming,” 282

Wang ‚Jian, “Promoting library services to campus administrative offices: a new approach and a new tool,” 193-97; “Useful search engines,” 196

Ward, Dane, “The future of information literacy: transforming the world,” 922-25

“Waseda University Library adds records to WorldCat,” 898 “Washington hotline,” Bradley, 71, 211, 324, 540, 635, 833, 1012, 1123; Costabile, 934; Nisbet, 735; Sheketoff, 440

Waterman, Sue, “Receives Nijhoff Grant,” 436-37; “Western European literatures: Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Scandinavian, and Spanish” & logos, 411-14, 439

Watson, Joyce M, deceased & port, 649

Watson-Boone, Peter G., “Innovation in international library programs: the Slovenian Music Collection at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee” & photos, 1090-92

Waugh, Kappa, cartoons, 5, 272, 486, 582, 898, 1061; illus., 597

The way I see it (“Bibliographic instruction, Fink, 526-27, 535; “The future of information literacy,” Ward, 922-25; “Hardwiring serendip” & illus, Koch, 731-32; “The irate patron is right,” Christianson, 189-91; “Keep those vague phrases coming! a response to Scott DiMarco,” Christianson, 400- 403, response, 402; “Print book bibliographies on the Web,” Bivens-Tatum, 308-9; “Print book bibliographies on the Web: implications for academic libraries,” Bivens-Tatum, 308-9, correction, 535; “What happened to the library?”, Renaud, 987-89)

Wayne State U., “Sharing a vision: information literacy partnerships (K-16)” & photo, 275-77, 285

“Web clearinghouse promotes displays of government information” & photo., McCullough, 487 Weible, Arlene, rev. (“General Accounting Office” & logo), 936-37

Wertzberger, Janelle, “Photomicrographs, the NPR 100, and student teaching: library liaison ideas that really work,” 1004-6, 1020

“WESS Martinus Nijhoff Study Grant for 2002 postponed,” 978

“Western European literatures: Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Scandinavian, and Spanish” & logos, Waterman, 411-14, 439

“What a student partner can do,” Germain, 721

“What happened to the Library? When the library and the computer center merge,” Renaud, 987-89

Wheatley, Nicole, photo., 485; port., 69

Whitehead, Tom, photo., 977

Whitson, Bill, retired, 550-51

Wild, Robert, Father, photo., 979

Wilkinson, Patrick, appt., 847

Williams, Jim, photo., 586

Williams, Karen, photo., 507

Williams Coll., “The disappearing reference desk: finding new ways to support the curriculum of a small liberal arts college” & photo., 692-94, 700

Wilson, Lizabeth (Betsy), “The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI): reports from the meeting held in San Antonio,” 181-86; “Message from the president" & port., 1094-95; “Message from the vice-president” & port., 44- 45; photos., 60, 488,796, 805-6, 1111

Winthrop U., “Libraries in the cyberage: a report from the symposium at Winthrop U.”, 38-39

“Wireless library instruction,” Bordonaro, 688

“Wisconsin libraries debut new loan program,” 582

Wise, Mary, rev. (“ORB”), 840

“Women’s Health Interactive” & logo, rev. of, 639

“Women’s Sports Foundation,” rev. of, 1127, 1136

“WomenWatch: the UN Internet Gateway on the Advancement and Empowerment of Women,” rev. of, 1017

Wong, William Sheh, “Romanization for a monosyllabic script?, 1064

Woo, Christina, news note, 334

WorldCat, “Waseda University Library adds records to WorldCat,” 898

Wyman, Andrea, “Display cases for academic libraries: ten tips for display case persons" & photos., 904-8

Y

“Yad Vashem: the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority” & logo, rev. of, 739

“YBP and Alibris form alliance,” 6

Yee, Sandra G., appt. & port., 746

Yesson, Lisa, «Under construction: the California Heritage Project’s K-12 outreach experience at the University of California, Berkeley» & photo., 296-297, 306

Young, Ann-Christe, “Grants and acquisitions,” 78, 221-22, 332- 33, 448-49, 548-49, 643-44, 743-44, 844-45, 940-41, 1022, 1133; “People in the Newś', 81-85, 225-28, 334-36, 450-52, 550-52, 646-49, 745-48, 846-49, 943-46, 1024-26, 1134-36; photo., 485; ports., 69,1121

Young, Lester, photo., 3 (cover, no. 1)

Young, Sherry, news note, 846

Z

Zarzeski, Marilyn, photo., 1022

Zemon, Mickey, “Institutions offering library portals,” 711; “The librarian’s role in portal development: providing unique perspectives and skills,” 710-12

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