ACRL

College & Research Libraries News

Index to Vol. 61 (2000)

Compiled by Kathy L. (Kit) Dusky

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Abbott, Tom, photo., 167, 670

Aboriginal Port Folio,Lewis, James Otto, 883, 890-92, 936 (cover, no. 10)

“Academic librarians as advisors: working with students to plan their futures,” Studdard, 781-82, 792, comment, 1000

Academic or Research Librarian of the Year Award, 2000, 189; 2001, 702 “Academy of American Poets” & logo, rev. of, 614-15 “Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences” & logo, rev. of, 426

“Acquiring a 9-millionth book: University of California’s acquisition of the Aboriginal Port Folio" & ports., Bliss, 883, 890-92, 936 (cover, no. 10)

Acquisitions (by A/T/S): African American authors, 55- 56; African American history of the Ozarks (Lederer), 532; African American teacher (Yancey), 431; Aleskow, Zinaida “Zina” Joelson, 56; Amer. Alliance for Health, Physical Ed., Recreation & Dance archives, 327; American book collectors (Mellon), 720-21 (& photo.); American Civil War (Harris), 721; American history (Mellon), 720-21 (& photo.); Art books, 326-37; Ashendene Press, 1045; Atlas Geographique et Physique du Royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne (Humboldt), 232; Authors (Feuer, 56; Phillips, 431; Wesker, 327; Authors, Canadian (McCormack, 720; Moore, 1045); Authors, Irish (Beckett), 619; Beckett, Samuel, 619; Biographers (Karl), 140; Biologists (Porter), 831; Bonaventura, Sam di, 721; Borlaug, Norman, 949; Butler, Samuel (poetry), 431; Carter, Amon G., 140; Children’s literature (Gag), 1045 (& photo.); Chinese books, classics (Kao), 327; Chinese literature, 56; Chubak, Sadeq, 619; Circulo Cubano, 831; Clark, William, 1045; Complete Library in Four Branches of Literature (Chinese), 56; Composers (Fette), 139-40; Cookbooks (Cranston), 619 (& photo.); Cranston, Anne M., 619 (& photo.); Crime fiction, 140; Critics (Karl), 140; La Cuisine Creole (1885), 619 (& photo.); Designers (Morris), 232 (& photo.); Diaries (Nordamerika Vorzueglisch Texas), 532; Doves Press, 1045; Editors (Johnson), 431; Eliot, T. S., 232; Ellroy, James, 140; Essai Politique sur le Royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne (Humboldt), 232; Fette, Tom (composer), 139-40; Feuer, Louis S., 56; Gag, Wanda, illus., 1045 (& photo.); Gannon, Frank (Nixon interviews), 721; Green Revolution, father of (Borlaug), 949; Harris, James W. M., 721; History, European (Major), 949; History of United . States Naval Operations in World War 11, 532 (& photo.); Humboldt, Alexander von, 232; Johnson, Phil (editors), 431; Kao, Luen King, 327; Karl, Frederick R. (biographies & critics), 140; Kemscott Press, 1045; Lederer, Katherine G. (African American history of the Ozarks), 532; Levitine, George, 326-27 (& port.); Lewis, Meriwether, 1045; McCormack, Eric, 720; Major, J. Russell, 949; Medieval manuscripts, 949; Mellon, Paul, 720-21 (& photo.); Meserole, Harrison T., 140; Moore, Brian, 1045; Morison, Samuel Eliot: History of United States Naval Operations in World War II, 532 (& photo.); Morris, William, 232 (& photo.); Music (Bonaventura), 721; Newspaper reporter (Reston), 949; Nixon, Richard (Gannon), 721; Nordamerika Vorzueglisch Texas (diaries), 532; Persian literature (Chubak), 619; Phillips, Caryl, 431; Pianists (Aleskow), 56; Poetry (Butler), 431; Poets (Eliot, 232; Morris, 232 (& photo.; Slade, 55-56; Weiner, 721); Porter, Keith R., 831; Psalter manuscript, 327; Rare books, 327; Reston, James B. “Scotty,” 949; Siku Quanshu Electronic Database, 56; Slade, Leonard A., Jr., 55-56; Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Gag), 1045 (& photo.); Steinert, Wilhelm: Nordamerika Vorzueglisch Texas, 532; Sunday Night Suppers (1907), 619 (& photo.); Television History Archive, 139; Triple Crown Coll(ection)., 1045; Virginia history (Mellon), 720-21 (& photo.); Weiner, Hannah, 721; Wesker, Harry, 327; Yancey, Benjamin Franklin (African American teacher), 431

Guide to index

Filingis 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 usages: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).

About the auther

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

Acquisitions (by institution): Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Lib., 431; Brandeis U., 56; Geo. Mason U., 949; Geo. Washington U., 721; Huntington Lib., 232 (& photo.), 619; Johns Hopkins U., 949; King’s Coll., 327; Lewis & Clark Coll., 1045; Lipscomb U., 139- 40; Loyola U., New Orleans, 431; Northwestern U., 56; Southern Methodist U., 532; Southwest Mo. State U., 532; Springfield Coll., 327; Syracuse U., 139; Tex. A&M U,, 140; Tex. Christian U., 140; U. S. Naval Academy, 532 (& photo.); UC, San Diego, 721; U. of Del., 619; U. of Ga., 721; U. of 111., U-C, 55-56, 949; U. of Md., 326-27, 831; U. of Mich., 327; U. of Minn., 949, 1045 (& photo.); UNC, CH, 431; U. of S. Fla., Tampa, 831; U. of S.C., 140 (2); U. of Tex. (Arlington, 232; Austin, 327, 1045); U. of Va., 431, 619, 720-21 (& photo.); U. of Waterloo, 720; Va. Polytechnic Inst. & State U., 721; Washington U., St. Louis, 1045; Yale U., 232 Adams, Mignon, “A look at Okinawa’s libraries” & photo., 664

Adams, Nancy E., rev. (“Medscape” & logo), 133-34 Adams, Patricia, photo., 572 “Additional readings,” 275 “Africana.Com” & logo, rev. of, 321 Aggarwal, Narindar, retired, 952 Albritton, Rosie L., appt. & port., 433 “Alibris launches Internet services,” 7 Allen, Barbara, “Reinventing academic libraries and librarianship,” 894-97 Allen, Nancy, rev. (“CSPV Violence Literature Database (VioLit)” & logo), 321-22 Allison, DeeAnn, “Dressing up SGML for the Web: a look at UNL’s project to create electronic books,” 293-94, 304

Aman, Mohammed, appt. & port., 621 Amato, Sara, “Internet reviews,” 50-51, 133-34, 140, 226- 27, 321-22, 425-26, 523-24, 614-15; “A note of appreciation,” 6l5 “Ambiguity,” Weaver, 907

“American Friend Obituary Index available,” Earlham Coll., 569-70

ALA, “The Community Partnership Toolkit: a ‘how-to’ on the president’s theme” & photo., 905-7; “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311; “More than 125 students learned about the world of libraries during the ALA divisions’ Job Shadow Day, February 2, 2000” photo., 169 ALA, Annual Conference, 2000, “Annual Conference audiocassettes available,” 668; “ACRL in Chicago: highlights of ACRL programs at the ALA Annual Conference” & photos., 666-76; “ACRL program: Celebrating our successes, confronting our challenges,” 6; “ACRL programs and meetings,” AC-1—AC-16 (no.5); “ACRL’s Distance Learning Section celebrates 10th anniversary” & photo., 662-S3; “Expand your knowledge base with ACRL precon-ferences,” 270; “Register for ACRL preconferences,” 480; “Stop by the ACRL booth and win!”, 473

ALA, Midwinter Meeting, 2000, “ACRL at the Midwinter Meeting: actions of the ACRL Board of Directors” & photos., 196—97; “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” 313-15 ALA, Midwinter Meeting, 2001, “ACRL Discussion Groups,” 1017; “ACRL Midwinter meetings in Washington D.C.: a tentative schedule,” 1015-20, 1030; “Attend Midwinter discussion,” 906; “Meet Didier and Spalding—the candidates for ACRL President,” 1019 “American Verse Project” & logo, rev. of, 713-14 “An opportunity to share,” ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program, 205 Anderson, A. Gerald, retired, 623

Anderson, Gordon B., “ACRL promotes American libraries at Frankfurt Book Fair: highlights from the world’s largest book fair” & photos., 1007-9 Anderson, Ivy, “Editors’ introduction,” 405. 516, 795, 929; “Scholarly communication and academic/research librarians: a new column that looks at the issues,” 20, 23-24

Anderson, Janet A., “What happens when counting gates can’t count? creating a formula to correct inaccuracies,” 902-4

Anderson, Nancy, retired, 952 Anninger, Anne, retired, 725

“Annual Conference audiocassettes available,” ALA, Annual Conference, 2000, 668 “Another view from the conference,” Papangelis, 811 “Applications/nominations invited for C&RL editor,” 663, 936, 992

“Apply for 2001 program,” ACRL Institute for Information Literacy Immersion, 910 “Applying the new standards for college libraries,” ACRL, 178

Appointments, 58-61, 143-45, 234-36, 328-30, 433-35, 536-38, 621-23, 723-25, 833-35, 951-52, 1047-50 Arguelles, Ivan, retired, 725

“The art of the story” poster, Pacovska, 379, (cover, no. 5) “ARTFL Project" & logo, rev. of, 942 “Asserting our collection development roles: academic librarians must take responsibility for the collection,” Gordon, 687-89

ACRL, “The time to lead: ACRL seeks nominees for office,” 317, 322; Academic or Research Librarian of the Year Award, 2000, 189; 2001, 702; “And the winners are …: the official results of the 2000 ACRL elections,” 488-91; “Best Practices in Information Literacy Programs,” 172; “December 1 effective practices deadline,” 774; “Developing the Information Literacy Competency Standards,” 208; “Developing the statement," 934; Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2001, 703; Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, 2000, 190- 91, 383, 476, 572, 812-13; 2001, 702, 813; “Expand your knowledge base with ACRL preconferences,” 270; Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial Award, 2000, 188; 2001, 702-3; “Information literacy competency standards endorsed,” 485; “Information literacy programs: tell us characteristics of good ones,” 573; “Living legends of the 20th century,” 191; “Members running for ALA Council,” 221; “More ACRL Friends,” 993; “RBMS attends antiquarian book fair” & photo., 270; “Register for ACRL preconferences,” 480; “Section committee volunteer form,” 819; “Sites sought for immersion programs,” 382; “Stop by the ACRL booth and win!”, 473; “Strategic Plan 2005: the mission, vision, strategic directions, and goals of ACRL,” 400-402; “ULS starts discussion list,” 887; “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” 313-15 ACRL, Board of Directors, 1999-2000, photo., 679; 2000- 2001, photo., 680; “ACRL at the Midwinter Meeting: actions of the ACRL Board of Directors” & photos., 196-97

ACRL, Board of Directors, “Highlights,” (Jan., 196-97; July, 678-80)

ACRL, CJCLS, “Community college focus group: comments from the 2000 ALA Midwinter Meeting,” 384 ACRL, CLS, “Applying the new standards for college libraries,” 178

ACRL, CLS, Standards Comm., “Standards for college libraries,” approved 2000, 175-82 ACRL, Comm, on the Status of Academic Librarians, “Faculty status and collective bargaining: draft versions,” 704-05; “Guideline on collective bargaining: draft version,” 705; “Standards for faculty status for college and university librarians: draft version," 704—5 ACRL, DLS, Guidelines Comm., “Guidelines for distance learning library services,” approved 2000, 1023-1029 ACRL, EBSS, Distinguished Education and Behavioral Sciences Librarian Award, 2000, 436; 2001, 703 ACRL Institute for Information Literacy Immersion, “Apply for 2001 program,” 910 ACRL, IS, Innovation in Instruction Award, 2000, 307-8; 2 001, 703; Instruction Section Publication of the Year Award, 2000, 308; 2001, 703; Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award, 2000, 306; 2001, 703 ACRL, LPSS, Marta Lange/CQ Award, 2000; 2001, 703 ACRL, Midwinter Meeting, 2000, “Actions of the ACRL Board of Directors,” 196-97 ACRL, Midwinter meeting, 2001, “ACRL Discussion Groups," 1017; “Meet Didier and Spalding—the candidates for ACRL President,” 1019; “Meetings in Washington D.C.: a tentative schedule,” 1015-20, 1030 ACRL, National Conference, 2001, “ACRL to award 50 scholarships to National Conference,” 886; “Attraction hours and contact information,” 802; “Call for participation,” insert (no. 1); Colorado Convention Center, Denver, 989 (cover, no. 11); “Colorado’s rich legacy: tour some of Colorado’s libraries” & photos., 913-17; “Denver diversions: tours and activities at the 2001 ACRL National Conference city” & photos., 799-803; “Discover Denver: a desktop travelogue” & photos., 691-93; “Don’t miss this opportunity,” 915; “Expand your horizons at ACRL’s 10th National Conference: a look at the keynote speakers” & ports., 695-96; “For the latest information,” 801; “Lead a discussion at ACRL Denver conference,” 773; “Lead the Denver discussions,” 887; “Local transportation,” 800; “Poster presenters sought,” 662; “Preliminary program,” C-l— C-28 (no. 11); “Reserve your space,” 693, 696 ACRL: partners in higher education (“More than faculty training” & photos., 192-94; “New students, new expectations = new information infrastructures: the ACRL issues forum at the AAHE National Conference,” Rockman, 493-94; “Teaching about the Internet,” Jacobson, 302-4; “Web authorware and course-integrated library instruction” & photos., Kesselman, 387-90, 402)

ACRL, President, “Candidates for president announced,” 472; “Celebrating our successes, confronting our challenges” program, 6; “English and Reichel share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring” & ports., 122-26

ACRL, Professional Development Comm., “Statement on Professional Development: approved by the ACRL Board of Directors on July 8, 2000," 933-36 ACRL, RBMS, Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Awards, 2000, 309-10; 2001, 703; “RBML has new name and focus,” 473-75 ACRL, Research Mentoring Program, “Give or get research assistance,” 773-74 ACRL standards (“Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education,” ACRL, Task Force on Information Literacy Competency Standards, approved 2000, 207-15; “Standards for college libraries,” ACRL, CLS, Standards Comm., approved 2000, 175-82) ACRL standards & guidelines (“Faculty status and collective bargaining: draft versions,” 704-5; “Guideline on collective bargaining: draft version,” 705; “Guidelines for distance learning library services,” approved 2000, 1023- 1029; “Standards for faculty status for college and university librarians: draft version,” 704-5)

ACRL Strategic Plan, (“Strategic Plan 2005”), 400-402 ACRL, Task Force on Information Literacy Competency Standards, “Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education,” approved 2000, 207-15 ACRL, ULS, “News from the University Libraries Section,” 672-73

ACRL, WESS, Martinus Nijhoff International West European Specialist Study Grant, 2000, 310-11; 2001, 703 ACRL, WSS, Career Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship,2000, 308; 2001, 7003; Significant Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2000, 309; 2001, 703 ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute, “Sign up for the 2000 ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute, 108 ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program, “An opportunity to share,” 205 “ACRL announces information literacy consultants,” 991 “ACRL at the Midwinter Meeting: actions of the ACRL Board of Directors” & photos., 196-97 “ACRL awarded prestigious IMLS grant,” 885 “ACRL awards for 2001: celebrating the best in academic librarianship” & photo., Parets, 702-3 ““ACRL candidates for president announced,” 472 “ACRL candidates for 2000: be sure to vote!”, 38-40, 56

“ACRL committee volunteer form,” 818 “ACRL conferences enhance your effectiveness,” 170 “ACRL honors the 2000 award winners: recognizing professional achievement,” 188-91 “ACRL honors the 2000 award winners: the second installment of winners,” Parets, 306-11 “ACRL in Chicago: highlights of ACRL programs at the ALA Annual Conference” & photos., 666-76 “ACRL Information Literacy Immersion program seeks applicants” & photo., 774 “ACRL leadership opportunities: get involved in your association” & photos., 814-19 “ACRL offers books on faculty/librarian collaboration and English literature” & photos., 475 “ACRL program: Celebrating our successes, confronting our challenges,” 6 “ACRL programs and meetings,” AC-1—AC-16 (no.5) “ACRL promotes American libraries at Frankfurt Book Fair: highlights from the world’s largest book fair” & photos., Pasek, 1007-9 “ACRL seeks your effective practices,” 571, 573 “ACRL Statement on Professional Development,” approved 2000, 933-36

“ACRL to award 50 scholarships to National Conference,” 886

“ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute,” 44 “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: still receiving winning reviews in its second year,” Hardesty, 805-7 “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: three participants share their rewarding experience,” Bilyeu, 106-8, 120 “ACRL’s Distance Learning Section celebrates 10th anniversary” & photo., 662-63 “ACRL’s Excellence in Academic Libraries’ winners hold celebrations” & photo., Crow, 383 “ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program: make a commitment to professional development” & photos., Cast, 204-5

ARL/OCLC Strategic Issues Forum for Academic Library Directors, Keystone, Colo., “The keystone principles: an action plan for values-based librarianship,” 103-4 Atkins, Thomas V., deceased, 437 Atkinson (Hugh C.) Memorial Award, 2000, 188; 2001, 701-3

Atkinson, Ross, photo., 1008

“Attend Midwinter discussion,” ALA, Midwinter Meeting, 2001, 906

“Attraction hours and contact information,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 802 Avery, Beth Fuseler, appt., 723 Avram, Henriette, photo., 474 Awards, 188-91 (3), 306-11 (10), 383, 436 (2), 811

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Bahr, Alice Harrison, “Library buildings in a digital age, why bother? Defending new library buildings and additions to college administrators and trustees,” 590-91, 608

Baird, David, photo., 1004

Baker & Taylor, Academic or Research Librarian of the Year Award, 2000, 189; 2001, 702 “Baker & Taylor settle legal dispute,” 661-62 Balachandran, Madhavarao “Bali,” retired, 952, deceased, 1050

Baldwin, Julia, retired, 145

Banerjee, Kyle, “Receives Lazerow Fellowship,” 307 Banks, Patrick, Third Annual Cajun/Zydeco Music and Dance Exhibit, 1999, poster, 87, (cover, no. 2) Bartosz, Kimberly, rev. (“Documenting the American South” & logo), 51 Basefsky, Stuart, “The other client: information training for administrators pays dividends for the library,” 100- 101

Batchelor, Mary Ellen, deceased, 330 Battenfeld, Robert L., rev. (“Contentville”), 1038 Battin, Patricia M., news note & port., 59, 60:865; correction Batway, Darwyn Jon, deceased, 624 Baum, L. Frank, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 567 (cover, no. 7)

Beam, Kathryn L., news note & port., 58 Beck, Maureen, appt., 234 Behr, Ted E., appt. & port., 328

Bell, Steven J., “More ‘keeping up’ sites,” 582; “To keep up, go beyond: developing a personal professional development plan using e-resources outside the bounds of library literature,” 581-84 Bennett, Alma, deceased, 953 Bentley, Stella, news note, 951

Berger, Sidney E., appt. & port., 723 Bernath, Amy, retired & port., 236 Berry, John W., “Candidates for ALA President: vote in the election this spring” & port., 217-21 “Best Practices in Information Literacy Programs,” ACRL, 172

Bewley, John M., news note, 536 “Big 12 Plus adds seven members,” 663 Bilyeu, David, “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: three participants share their rewarding experience,” 106-7 “Biz/ed” & logo, rev. of, 322

Bjorncrantz, Leslie, “Chosen as EBSS Distinguished Librarian" & port., 436 “Black Collegian Online” & logo, rev. of, 523-24 Black, Jack, “Research in education: a comparison and analysis of databases,” 16-19, 24 Blackwell’s Book Services, Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, 2000, 190-91, 383, 476, 572, 812-13; 2001, 702, 813 Blankenship, Betsy, photo., 663

Bliss, Anthony, “Acquiring a 9-millionth book: University of California’s acquisition of the Aboriginal Port Folio" & ports., 883 (cover, 890-92, 936, no. 10) Blotner, Linda Solow, news note, 535 Bopp, Richard, retired, 953

“Botany: putting names and faces to botany information” & logos, Bronars, 507-12 Boyarski, Jennie S., retired, 145

Boyce, Peter R., “For better or for worse: preprint servers are here to stay,” 404-7, 414 Bradley, Lynne E., “Washington hotline,” 129, 223, 318, 421, 519, 611, 709, 820, 938, 1035 Brady, Anna M., retired, 623 Brancolini, Kristine, appt. & port., 951; photo., 816 Brandon, Kevin, “OWLS: wise multitype libraries form regional network to share resources,” 1011-12 Branin, Joseph J., appt., 536 Breneau, Donald, retired, 835

Broidy, Ellen, “UCI libraries celebrate UCI” & photo., 473 Bronars, Lori, “Botany: putting names and faces to botany information” & logos, 507-12 Broughton, Kelly M., “Philosophy: scholarly research abounds” & logos, 284-87 Brown, Bill, photo., 270 Brown, Earnestine, deceased, 61

“Brown University Library meets the preservation challenge: a challenge grant leads to a preservation endowment,” Shoaf, 593-95 Brown, William E., photos., 679-80 Buckland, Michael, news note, 723 “Building a better mousetrap: using a mousepad to publicize products and services to faculty” & photo., Moeckel, 273- 75

“Building a successful collaboration: Colgate University’s collaboration for enhanced learning,” Petrowski, 1003-5 Bunker, Geri Ingram, photo., 669 Burckel, Nicholas C., appt., 621 Burgess, Jo, news note, 535 Burgett, Shelley Wood, appt., 143 Burke, Marianne, “PubMed Central: be careful what you ask for,” 21-23 “The Burki Sisters (Greitly, Mary, and Elizabeth) examine the latest issue of the German language periodical Abendschule, ” 659 (cover, no. 8)

Buron, Nick, photo., 296

Burr, Robert L., deceased, 330-31

Butz, Helen S., deceased, 726

Byrd, Theresa S., photos., 679-80

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CSU, “Developing a program of information literacy: how California State University did it,” 483-86, 491; ‘‘Information competence skills assessment underway at CSU,” 486

CSU, Hayward, “More than faculty training: integrating information competence into the disciplines” & photos., 192-94

CSU, Northridge, “Rededication of the California State University Northridge’s Oviatt Library” photo., 991 CSU, San Marcos, “ACRL announces information literacy consultants,” 991 “Call for papers: Popular Culture Association 2001,” 570- 71

“Call for participation,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, insert (no. 1)

Campbell, Jim, photo., 1008 Caparros, Ilona Siren, deceased, 1050 Carbo, Toni, news note, 234

Career Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship,

2000,308; 2001, 703 Cargill, Jennifer, news note, 951

Carnegie Mellon U., “Newell and Simon papers online at Carnegie Mellon,” 886 Carroll Coll., “Developing good research habits: encourage students to create a working bibliography online,” 418-20

Cartoons, 6, 91, 171, 269, 382, 472, 573, 664, 774, 888, 993 Carver, Deborah A., appt. & port., 833 Cassaro, James P., news note, 535

Cast, Melissa, ‘ACRL’s New Member Mentoring Program: make a commitment to professional development” & photos., 204—5; “Community college focus group: comments from the 2000 ALA Midwinter Meeting,” 384; photo., 1007

‘Celebrate African American History Month and National Women’s History Month,” poster, 90 “Celebrate National Library Week” poster, 91 “Celebrate the freedom to read” & poster, 574 “Celebrating African American history month” & photo., Phelps, 7

“CSPV Violence Literature Database (VioLit)” & logo, rev. of, 321-22 Channing, Rhoda K., news note, 951 Chao, Yenshew Lynn, deceased & port., 836 “Chatham College outsources library services,” 170 "Checkpoint installs system at University of Pennsylvania,” 573

“Chemistry sources: the number of science sites has grown dramatically” & logos, Lawal, 922-26 Cherepon, Lois, photos., 679-80, 814 “Children’s literature: useful sites for teachers, librarians, and students” & logos, Werre, 576-79, 588 “Chinese government releases Yongyi Song,” 169 Choldin, Marianna Tax, news note, 1047 Christenberry, Faye, rev. (“The Encyclopedia Mythica” & logo), 6l4

Church, Jennifer, “Electronic resources on disabilities: a wealth of information on topics from jobs to recreation” & logos, 115-20 Clarifications, 59, 270, 398, 619

Clark, Susan E., rev. (“The World Wide Web Acronym and Abbreviation Server”), 425-26

Cochrane, Scottie, photo., 667

Cohen, Laura B., “Teaching about the Internet: an opportunity for faculty outreach,” 302-4 Coleman, Frances N., news note, 951 Colgate U, “Building a successful collaboration: Colgate University’s collaboration for enhanced learning,” 1003-5

The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the Information Universe& photo., Raspa, ed., 475 “Collection preservation news: collection protection issues in a library renovation project,” MacDonald, 277-79, 282

C&RL,“Applications/nominations invited for C&RL editor,” 663, 936, 992 C&RL News, “A note of appreciation,” 615; “Seeks manuscripts,” 475; “Send us your news,” 476; “Statement of ownership and management,” 931 “ C&RL News submission guidelines,” 42 Coll. of DuPage, “ACRL’s Excellence in Academic Libraries’ winners hold celebrations,” 383; “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners” & photo., 190-91; “Staff at the College of DuPage” photo., 190 “College of DuPage receives ACRL award” & photo., Parets, 476, clarification, 619 Coll. of Wm. & Mary, “Staff at the College of William and Mary’s Earl Gregg Swem Library, in Williamsburg, Virginia, had the largest float in this year’s homecoming parade” photo., 6 Colorado Convention Center, Denver, (cover, no. 11) “Colorado State Univ. adds wireless network,” 471 “Colorado’s rich legacy: tour some of Colorado’s libraries” & photos., Greenblatt, 913-17 “Comments sought on draft Objectives for Information Literacy’ ”, 382 “Committee volunteer form,” ACRL, 818 Community & collaboration: (“Building a successful collaboration,”. Petrowski, 1003-5; “The Community Partnership Toolkit” & photo., Todaro, 905-7; “The Lone Ranger is dead,” Wilson, 698-701, comments 907; “Reaching out to the community,” Todaro, 789-92) “Community college focus group: comments from the 2000 ALA Midwinter Meeting,” Cast, 384 Community College Learning Resources/Library Achievement Awards, 2000, 310; 2001, 703 “The Community Partnership Toolkit: a ‘how-to’ on the president’s theme” & photo., Todaro, 905-7 “Computers in Libraries 2000: highlights from the 15th annual conference,” Deekle, 409-10 Conference circuit; (“Another view from the conference,” Papangelis, 811; “ACRL at the Midwinter Meeting” & photos., 196-97; “ACRL Discussion Groups,” 1017; “ACRL in Chicago” & photos., 666-76; “ACRL Midwinter meetings in Washington D.C.”, 1015-20, 1030; “ACRL promotes American libraries at Frankfurt Book Fair” & photos., Pasek, 1007-9; “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute,” Hardesty, 805-7; “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: three participants share their rewarding experience,” Bilyeu, 106-8, 120; “Computers in Libraries 2000,” Deekle, 409-10; “Creating the global library of the future” & photo., Rader, 809-11; “For more resources,” Schreiber, 685; “The future,” Mobley, 898-901; “Immersion 2000” & photo., McAndrew, 909-11; “Internet Librarian ’99,” Thompson, 35-36, 46; “LOEX-of-the-West 2000,” Zambella, 707-8; “Managing electronic theses and dissertations,” McMillan, 413-14; “Predicting the future,” Stoffle, 894- 901; “Reinventing academic libraries and librarianship,” Stoffle, 894-97; “SPARC 1999,” Pfänder, 26-27; “The 13th annual Interagency Depository Seminar 2000,” Henriques, 919-20; “University Libraries Section at Midwinter,” Garrison, 313-15; “Your education connection,” Sutton, 43—46)

CQ, Marta Lange/CQ Award, 2000, 436; 2001, 703 “Contentville,” rev. of, 1038 Cook, David, deceased, 331 Cooke, Eileen D., deceased & port., 538-39 CORC, “OCLC invites libraries to build Cooperative Online Resource Catalog,” 89 Corley, Daniel J., retired, 835

Cornell U., “NetPaper.com partners with Cornell,” 172 Corrections, 59, 270, 398, 619

CLIR, “University of Virginia invited to join Digital Libraiγ Federation,” 90-91 Courtois, Martin, “Tips for roving reference: how to best serve library users,” 289-90, 315 Crawford, Julia, news note, 723

“Create change: shaping the future of scholarly journal publishing,” English, 515-18 “Creating the global library of the future: highlights from the 66th IFLA Conference” & photo., Rader, 809-11 Creech, John, rev. (“Nearctica.com” & logo), 524 Crow, Terrell A., “ACRL’s Excellence in Academic Libraries’ winners hold celebrations” & photo., 383 Crowe, William J., appt., 143 Cuba, Lee, photo., 572

Curl, Sheila R., “Reality check: asynchronous instruction works!”, 586-88; “Web course development timeline,” 587

Curzon, Susan Carol, “Developing a program of information literacy: how California State University did it,” 483-86, 491; photo., 991

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Dalrymple, Prudence W., news notes, 328 Dalton, Jack, deceased, 953

The Damnation of Theron Ware; or, Illumination,“Poster by J. H. Twachtman advertising Harold Frederic’s 1896 book, 469 (cover, no. 6)

Dance, Betty, “What happens when counting gates can’t count? creating a formula to correct inaccuracies,” 902-4

Dancik, Deborah, photo., 680 D’Andraia, Frank, appt. & port., 723 Davis, James, deceased, 331

Davis, Jinnie Y., “ACRL’s Excellence in Academic Libraries’ winners hold celebrations” & photo., 383; “NCSU Fellows Program lives up to its promise” & photo., 993

Davis, Loree M., rev. (“The Valley of the Shadow”), 713 Davis, Mary Ellen K., “In the New?, 4, 88, 168, 268, 380, 470, 568, 660, 772, 884, 990; “News from the field,” 5-7, 89-91, 169-72, 269-70, 381-84, 471-76, 569- 74, 661-64, 773-75, 885-88, 991-93 Davison, Frieda Patrick, appt., 951 Day, Betty H., ed., Literature in English: a Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age & photo., 475 de Souza, Yvonne, “The training of international librarians: how to host a successful internship,” 110-13, 120 Dean, Susan, photo., 532

Deaths, 6l, 145, 237, 330-31, 437, 538-39, 624, 726, 836,

“Dec. 1 awards deadline,” 886 “December 1 effective practices deadline,” ACRL, 774 DeCou, Street scene from Palermo, Italy, hand painted lantern slide, 2, (cover, no. 1)

Deekle, Peter V., “Computers in Libraries 2000: highlights from the 15th annual conference,” 409-10 DelNero, Trish, photo., 167, 662

Denslow, W. W., ill., The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 567 (cover, no. 7)

“Denver diversions: tours and activities at the 2001 ACRL National Conference city” & photos., Metter, 799- 803

“Developing a program of information literacy: how California State University did it,” Curzon, 483-86, 491 “Developing good research habits: encourage students to create a working bibliography online,” Miller, 418-20 “Developing the Information Literacy Competency Standards,” ACRL, 208 “Developing the statement,” ACRL, 934 Dewey, Barbara I., appt. & port., 328 Dickey, David, deceased, 437

Dickinson Coll., “Chinese government releases Yongyi Song,” 169

Didier, Elaine, “ACRL candidates for president announced,” 472

“Digital archiving: whose responsibility is it?”, Marcum, 794-97, 807

“Digital books: making them work for publishers and libraries," Dillon, 391-93 DLF, “University of Virginia invited to join Digital Library Federation,” 90-91 Dillon, Dennis, “Digital books: making them work for publishers and libraries,” 391-93 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,” 503-5, comment, 610 “Discover Denver: a desktop travelogue” & photos., Greenblatt, 691-93 Distinguished Education and Behavioral Sciences Librarian Award, 2000, 436; 2001, 703 “Diversity Web sources in higher education: looking at our rich cultural heritage” & logos, Schreiber, 681- 85

Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2001, 703 “Documenting the American South” & logo, rev. of, 51 Doherty, Judith A., photo., 1004 Dole, Wanda V., appt. & port., 234 “Don’t miss this opportunity,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 915

“Dressing up SGML for the Web: a look at UNL’s project to create electronic books,” Allison, 293-94, 304 Driessen, Karen C., news note, 723 Drobnicki, John A., rev. (“International Institute of Social History”), 714

Drost, Carol, “Internet reviews,” 713-14, 824-25, 942-43, 1038-39

Drouin, Sharon, “Electronic resources on disabilities: a wealth of information on topics from jobs to recreation” & logos, 115-20 Dubin, Eileen, retired, 60:968; correction, 59 Dudley (Miriam) Instruction Librarian Award, 2000, 306;

2001,703 Duffy, Jane, rev. (“World War I”), 1039 Dumont, Paul E., photos., 679-80 Dunn, Kathleen, “Information competence skills assessment underway at CSU,” 486

Dupuis, Elizabeth, “Wins IS Innovation Award” & photo., 307-8

Durham, Susan L., “What happens when counting gates can’t count? creating a formula to correct inaccuracies,” 902-4

E

Earlham Coll., “American Friend Obituary Index available,” 569-70

E. Carolina U., “My year as interim: six things I learned for free,” 416-17, 420; “Rare slave narrative available,” 431

Eberhart, George M., “New publications,” 52-53 (8c photo.), 136-38 (& photos.), 228-29 (& photos.), 323-24 (& photo.), 428-29, 527-29 (& photos.), 616-17 (& photo.), 717-18 (& photo.), 826-29 (& photos.), 945- 46 (& photo.), 1040-42 (& photo.)

EBSCO, Community College Learning Resources/Library Achievement Awards, 2000, 310; 2001, 703 EBSCO Publishing, “netLibrary partners with EBSCO Publishing,” 381

“Editors’ introduction,” Anderson, 405, 516, 795, 929 Edsall, Mary E., news note, 951

“Efficient, effective, and equitable e-minutes,” Weaver, 775 Ekman, Richard, photo., 667

“Electronic resources on disabilities: a wealth of information on topics from jobs to recreation” & logos, Church, 115-20

Ellison, Sallie, deceased & port., 237 “Elsevier and Endeavor join forces,” 381 Elsevier Science, Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award, 2000, 306; 2001, 703 Emmons, Mark, rev. (“NameBase” & logo), 824-25 “The Encyclopedia Mythica: an Encyclopedia on Mythology, Folklore, and Legend” & logo, rev. of, 614 Endeavor Information Systems Inc., “Elsevier and Endeavor join forces,” 381 “English and Reichel share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring” & ports., 122-26 English, Ray, “Create change: shaping the future of scholarly journal publishing,” 515-18; “English and Reichel share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring” & port., 122-25; port., 38 Errata, 59, 270, 398, 619

Evans, Jennifer, “News from the University Libraries Section,” 672-73; “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” 313-15 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award, 2000, 190-91, 383, 476, 572, 812-13; 2001, 702, 813 “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners” & photo., 190- 91

“Exhibition catalogs recognized by Leab Awards,” 309-10 “Expand your horizons at ACRL’s 10th National Conference: a look at the keynote speakers” & ports., 695- 96

“Expand your knowledge base with ACRL preconferences,” 270

“Expanded version online,” 33

F

“Faculty status and collective bargaining: draft versions,” ACRL, 704-5 Fagerheim, Britt, rev. (“Africana.Com” & logo), 321 Farber, Evan, photo., 667, 675 “Fast facts,” Viles, 546, 656, 768, 880, 984, 1112 Feinberg, Renée, retired, 435

Feld, Paulette, news note, 433

“Fenway Library Consortium celebrates 25 years,” 571

Field, Judith J., news note, 833

“Filmmaking 101: Florida Atlantic University Libraries help produce a documentary” & photos., Miller, 771, 777- 79 (cover, no. 9)

Findenfeld, Joseph F., retired, 538 “Fireworks at dedication at Siena’s new library” & photo., 5-6

Fishel, Terry, rev. (“Academy of American Poets” & logo), 614-15

Fisher, Kim N., deceased & port., 237 “Flood destroys North Dakota State University’s main library” & photo., 661 Fla. Atlantic U., “Filmmaking 101: Florida Atlantic University Libraries help produce a documentary” & photos., 771, 777-79 (cover, no. 9); “Locked exterior door of abandoned wooden synagogue in Alanta, Lithuania,” 771, 777-79 (cover, no. 9); “Order your copy,” 779 “For better or for worse: preprint servers are here to stay,” Boyce, 404-7, 414 “For more resources,” Schreiber, 685 “For the latest information,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 801 Ford, Barbara, photo., 674

Fore, Janet, “Reinventing academic libraries and librarianship,” 894-97 Fowler, Clara, “Wins IS Innovation Award” & photo., 307- 8

Fox, Marye Anne, photo., 812 Fradkin, Bernard, photo., 476

Francis Marion U., “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311 Franklin, Janice R., news note, 951 Frazier, Kenneth, “Named winner of Atkinson Award” & port., 188 Friedman, Martha, deceased, 726

“The future: looking for tea leaves to read,” Mobley, 898- 901

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Galbraith, Betty J., “Streamlining the hiring process: how to get the best candidates for the job,” 499-501 Gallagher, Connell B., news note, 234 Garner, Jane, retired, 953

Garret, Jeffrey, “Library research as a transgressive activity: the changing role of the librarian,” 603-4, 624 Garrison, Anne, “University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” 313-15 Gaudiani, Claire, port., 696

Gaunt, Marianne, “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: three participants share their rewarding experience,” 107

Geil, Jean, retired, 953 “Genamics,” rev. of, 227

Geo. Wash. U., “Tips for roving reference: how to best serve library users,” 289-90, 315 Germain, Carol Anne, “99 ways to get those feet in the door: how to develop a public relations campaign," 93-96 Gibbons, Kaye, photo., 383 Gilman, Nelson J., retired, 953 Gilson, Caroline L., rev. (“netLibrary” 8c logo), 50-51 “Give or get research assistance,” ACRL, 773-74 Glogowski, Maryruth Phelps, “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: three participants share their rewarding experience,” 108, 120

Godow, Michael, “Over 100 years of progress,” 8-14 Goode, Joanne, “Building a better mousetrap: using a mousepad to publicize products and services to faculty” & photo., 273-75 Gordon, Ian D., “Asserting our collection development roles: academic librarians must take responsibility for the collection,” 687-89 Gottneid, Carolyn, retired, 435 Goudy, Allie Wise, news note, 535 Gould, Martha B., appt., 433

Gover, Harvey, photo., 204, 670; “Revising the guidelines,” 1024-25 Grant, Richard, photo., 1004

“Grants and acquisitions,” Young, 55-56, 139-40, 231-32, 326-27, 430-31, 531-32, 618-19, 720-21, 831, 948- 49, 1044-45

Grants (by grantee): ATLA, 531; Angelo State U., 139; Brown U., 593-95; Calif. Inst, of Technology. 1044; Case Western Reserve U., 55; Coll. of DuPage, 139; Columbia U., 430, clarification, 619; Cornell U., 531, 618, 1044; Drake U., 720; Drexel U., 1044; Duke U., 831; E. Carolina U., 231; Five Colleges of Ohio, Inc., 326; Fla. State U., 1044; Furman U., 231; Ga. Dept, of Archives & History, 1044; Graduate Theological Union, 720; Hampton U., 89 & photo.; Harvard U., 1044; Image Permanence Inst., 1044; Ind. U., 1044; Johns Hopkins U., 231, 326, 949, 1044; Lee Coll., 1044; La. State U., 1044; Marquette U., 231; MIT, 948; Mich. State U., 948; Neb. State Historical Society, 1044; New School U., 430; NY Academy of Medicine, 231, 326; NYPL, 232, 1044; NYU, 430 (3), 948 (2); N.C. State U., 430; Northeast Document Conservation Center, 326; Northern 111. U., 1044; Oberlin Coll., 948-49; Ohio State U., 55; Ohio U., 1044; Old Dominion U., 89 & photo.; Palau Community Coll., 1044; Plattsburgh State U,, 531; Rochester Inst, of Technology, 6lS—19; Rutgers U., 326; Southern Utah U., Cedar City, 1044; Standford U., 55; SUNY, Albany, 269-70; Tufts U., 1044; UC (Riverside, 618; Santa Cruz, 2, (cover, no. 1)); U. of Ariz., 1044; U. of Ark., 139; U. of Fla., 720; U. of Ga., 1044; U. of I11., Chicago, 1044; U. of I11., U-C, 531-32, 1044; U. of Kan., 55; U. of Md., 949; U. of Mich., 1044 (2); U. of Minn., 139; UNC, CH, 831, 1044; U. of N. Tex., 1044; U. of N.D., 55; U. of Pittsburgh, 831; U. of S.C., 1044; U. of the Virgin Island, 1044; U. of Va., 90-91, 231— 32, 531; U. of Wis., Milwaukee, 1044; Wayne State U., 430; W. Va. U., 618 Grants (by grantor): Alden (Vernon) endowment, 1044; Ameritech F., 139; Atkinson, Etna. McGaugh; Balogh (Malvina Schweizer) Trust, 949; Bobst (Elmer & Mamdouha) F., 430, 948; Brine (Kevin & Madeline) gift, 948; Bush F., 55; Cisco Systems F., 831; Cisco Systems Inc., 831; Cowles (Gardner & Florence) F., 720; Delmas (Gladys Krieble) F., 2, (cover, no. 1), 430, 430 (2), 949, clarification, 619; Duke Endowment, 231; Ford Motor Co., 430 (2); Hewlett (William R.) Revocable Trust, 720; Hodson Trust, 231, 326; IMLS, 55, 139, 618, 948-49 (2), 1044 (26); Kresge F., 269- 70; Kress (Samuel H.) F., 949; LSTA, 55; MacDonald (Sharon Lee) Charitable Trust, 430; MacDonald- Peterson F., 430; Mass. Cultural Council, 326; Mellon (Andrew W.) F., 55, 231, 326 (2), 618, 948, 1044; NEH, 90-91, 231-32 (2), 531 (3), 593-95, 618-19, 720, 831, 1044; Natl. Park Service, 232; NSF, 531-32; New Jersey Dept, of Environmental Protection, 3226; NY State Ed. Dept., 531; Newhouse (Samuel I.) F., 55; Norfolk F. , 89 & photo.; N. Carolina Humanities Council, 231; Pierce (Edna Bennett) gifts, 618; Polish Natl. Alliance, 831; Tucker, Eva Camuñez, 139; Wis. Humanities Council, 1044

Gray, Caryl, “Medical resources information for the consumer: helping you make informed decisions” & logos, 995-1000

Greenblatt, Ellen, “Colorado’s rich legacy: tour some of Colorado’s libraries” & photos., 913-17; “Discover Denver: a desktop travelogue” & photos., 691-93 Greenstein, Daniel, appt., 58-59

Greenwood Publishing, Career Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2000, 308; 2001, 703 Grimes, Deborah J., “Librarians in cyberspace: a pilot’s view” & illus., 281-82 The Grolier Club, Leab Award honorable mention, 309 “Guideline on collective bargaining: draft version," ACRL, 705

“Guidelines for distance learning library services,” ACRL, approved 2000, 1023-1029 Gullickson, Lynn, news note, 535 Gust, Samantha J., rev. (“Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences” & logo), 426 Gutiérrez-Witt, Laura, retired, 624

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Hall, Hal, news note, 951 Flail, Kermit, photo., 812 Hamilton, Ann, news note, 1047

Hampton U., “Virginia libraries collaborate on exhibit and performance” & photo., 89 Hamrick, Eric, appt. & photo., 621 Hamsa, Chuck, retired, 725 Hanff, Robert, photo., 991 Hankin, Joseph N., photo., 571

Hardesty, Larry, “ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute: still receiving winning reviews in its second year,” 805-7; “Create change: shaping the future of scholarly journal publishing,” 515-18; “’Libraries’ dropped from accreditation criteria,” 888; photos., 383, 468, 572,667,

679- 80, 812 Harlow, Neal, deceased, 1050 Harper, Cindy, photo., 1004 Harralson, David M., letter to the ed., 215 Harrar, H. Joanne, retired, 725 Harvard U., Leab Award honorable mention, 309 Hatcher, Karen A., retired, 725 Hawley, Michael, port.. 696

Hayes, Sherman, “Why am I dreaming in html subtitles? words of wisdom for new Webmasters” & illus., 299- 301, 311 Heath, Barbara, retired, 835 Heath, Joan L., appt., 621

Hedberg, Jane, “Preservation news," 48, 131, 140, 224, 320, 423, 521, 612, 711, 822, 940, 1037 Helvetia, W. Va., “The Burki Sisters (Greitly. Mary, and Elizabeth) examine the latest issue of the German language periodical Abendschule, ”659 (cover, no. 8) Henriques, Charmaine, “The 13th annual Interagency Depository Seminar 2000: an introduction to government sources,” 919-20 Herb, Steven, news note & port., 535 Hibay, Denise, photo., 1007 Hierl, Sebastian, photo., 89 Highsmith, Anne L., news note & port., 1047 “HighWire Press develops archiving plan,” 170-71

Hisle, W. Lee, appt. & port., 143; photo., 196 Hogan, Alan, retired, 145

Hogan, Sharon, “Named Academic/Research Librarian of the year” & port., 189 (port., cover, no. 3); photo., 675 Holzenberg, Eric, photo., 270

“How to cover those summer reference hours: a novel approach to the nine-month contract at an academic library,” Lanning, 609-10 Hoyer, Tim, retired, 437 Hubbard. Julienne Pineau, photo., 532 Hugh C. Atkinson Memorial Award, 2000, 188; 2001, 702-3

Hulsker, William, retired, 835 Hyde, Ann, retired, 623

I

“’I know that’s not what it said, but it’s not what we want:’ the difficulty of really describing a job," DiMarco, 503- 5, comment, 610 ID Systems, “Library of Congress awards security tag bid to ID Systems," 91 I11. Digital.Academic Lib., “netLibrary to provide eBooks to Illinois Digital Academic Library,” 569 “Immersion 2000: making learning happen” & photo., McAndrew, 909-11 “Implementing ACRL’s ‘Standards for College Libraries’“, Ruetten, 570

“In the News’‚ Davis, 4, 88, 168, 268, 380, 470, 568, 660, 772, 884, 990

Indian River Community Coll., “Community College Awards” & ports., 310 Ind. U., Bloomington, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 567 (cover, no. 7)

“Indiana University leads project to digitize American fiction,” 382, 384 “Indiana University to build off-site shelving facility,” 569

“Information architecture: tools for cutting-edge Web developers” & logos, Withers, 784-87 “Information competence skills assessment underway at CSU,” Dunn, 486 “Information literacy competency standards endorsed,” ACRL, 485

“Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education,” ACRL, approved 2000, 207-15 “Information Literacy Immersion program seeks applicants” & photo., ACRL, 774 “Information literacy programs: tell us characteristics of good Ones,” ACRL, 573 “Ingredients for success,” Johnson, 599 Innovation in Instruction Award, 2000, 307-8; 2001, 703 “Innovative Interfaces and netLibrary establish alliance,” 269

“The Institute for Global Communications” & logo, rev. of, 425

ISI, Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 2001, 703 ISI, Samuel Lazerow Fellowship, 2000, 307; 2001, 703 IMLS, “ACRL awarded prestigious IMLS grant,” 885 Instruction Section Publication of the Year Award, 2000, 308; 2001, 703 “International Institute of Social History,” rev. of, 714 “International Theatre Design Archive,” rev. of, 943 International U. Bremen, “Rice University offers digital library to German university,” 663-64 “Internet Librarian ’99: new tools and future trends,” Thompson, 35-36, 46

Internet resources: (“Botany" & logos, Bronars, 507-12; “Chemistry sources: the number of science sites has grown dramatically” & logos, Lawal, 922-26; “Children’s literature” & logos, Werre, 576-79, 588; “Diversity Web sources in higher education” & logos, Schreiber, 681-85; “Electronic resources on disabilities: a wealth of information on topics from jobs to recreation” & logos, Church, 115-20; “Expanded version online,” 33; “Information architecture” & logos, Withers, 784-87; “Medical resources information for the consumer” & logos, Gray, 995-1000; “Philosophy” & logos, Broughton, 284-87; “Physics” & logos, Kristick, 199-202; “Russian studies” & logos, Lyandres, 29-33; “This science isn’t just for mathematicians anymore” & logos, McMahon, 395-98)

“’Internet Resources’ on the Web,” 511 “Internet reviews,” Amato, 50-51, 133-34, 140, 226-27, 321-22, 425-26, 523-24, 614-15; Roberts, 713-14, 824-25, 942-43, 1038-39 “Issues for collection protection,” 278

J

Jackson, Carleton, photo., 816

Jacobson, Trudi E., “Teaching about the Internet: an opportunity for faculty outreach,” 302-4 Janda, Ann, news note, 58 Jedrey, Micheline, photo., 572; port., 190 Jeffries, Ruth, deceased, 6l

Jenkins, Althea H., news note & port., 535; “Over 100 years of progress,” 8-14; photos., 476, 486, 680 Jenkins, Barbara Baxter, photos., 679-80 Jensen, Mary, retired, 623

“Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession" & photos., Sutton, 295-96, 311 Johns Hopkins U., “New journal for librarians published by Johns Hopkins University Press.” 472; “Regents College teams with Johns Hopkins to create virtual library,” 269

Johnson, Anna Marie, “Ingredients for success," 599; “Recipe for disaster or formula for success? creating and assessing a large scale collaborative library introduction exercise for honors students,” 597-601; “UL Honors Program Expedition knowledge question and results,” 601; “UL Honors Program Expedition perception question and results,” 600 Johnson, Sharon C., deceased, 836 “Jointly Administered Knowledge Environment (jake)”, rev. of, 226 Joncich, Marcy, retired, 953 Jones, Robert, retired, 953

“JSTOR completes phase I production,” 91, clarification, 270

K

K. G. Saur Award for Best C&RL Article, 2000, 306-7;

2001,703

“Kaa Nun Der Waaguinse Zoo, or the Berry Picker, a Chippewa,” port., 10), 883 (cover, no. 10)

Karen, Lynne, photo., 571

Karr, Juanita, “Community College Awards” & ports., 310 Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Awards, 2000, 309-10; 2001, 703 Keene, Jon, “Dressing up SGML for the Web: a look at UNL’s project to create electronic books,” 293-94, 304 Kelley, Todd, photo., 474 Kem, Carol Ritzen, photo., 197

Kentucky Commonwealth Virtual Library, “Kentucky launches statewide digital library” & photo., 5 “Kentucky launches statewide digital library” & photo., 5 Keshkekian, Shaké, retired, 623-24 Kesselman, Martin, “Web authorware and course-integrated library instruction: the Learning Links project at Rutgers University” & photos., 387-90, 402 “The keystone principles: an action plan for values-based librarianship,” ARL‚/OCLC Strategic Issues Forum for Academic Library Directors, Keystone, Colo., 103-4 Khanna, Delphine, “Web authorware and course-integrated library instruction: the Learning Links project at Rutgers University” & photos., 387-90, 402 Khulthau, Carol Collier, “Named Dudley Instruction Librarian” & port., 306 “Kids Count” & logo, rev. of, 133 King, John L., appt. & port., 59 Kirwan, Bill, retired & port., 330 Knight, Terry, photo., 991 Koester, Jolene, photo., 991 Kranz, Mary Wuttke, photo., 476 Kristick, Laurel, “Physics: an annotated list of key resources on the Internet" & logos, 199-202 Kuhn, Rachel, photo., 89

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LaBudde, Kenneth J., deceased & port., 539 Lange (Marta)/CQ Award, 2000, 436; 2001, 703 Laning, Melissa, “Ingredients for success,” 599; “Recipe for disaster or formula for success? creating and assessing a large scale collaborative library introduction exercise for honors students,” 597-601; “UL Honors Program Expedition knowledge question and results,” 601; “UL Honors Program Expedition perception question and results,” 600 Lanning, Scott, “How to cover those summer reference hours: a novel approach to the nine-month contract at an academic library,” 609-10 Larson, Jeffry, “Wins Nijhoff Award,” 310-11 Larson, Ray, news note, 723

Lawal, Ibironke, “Chemistry sources: the number of science sites has grown dramatically” & logos, 922-26 Lawrence, Priscilla, appt., 328 Lazerow (Samuel) Fellowship, 2000, 307; 2001, 703 Leab (Katharine Kyes and Daniel J.) American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Awards, 2000, 309-10; 2001, 703

“Lead a discussion at ACRL Denver conference,” 773 “Lead the Denver discussions," ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 887 Lee, Hwa-wei, news note & port., 142 Lee, Teriy, retired, 236 Leonard, Terry, photo., 474 Lessin, Barton, photo., 670 Letters, 215, 610, 907, 1000 Lewis, David, appt. & port., 833

Lewis, James Otto, Aboriginal Port Folio, 883, 890-92, 936 (cover, no. 10)

Lewis, Rodger C., “Publish or perish? looking at publication for tenure from the other side of the street,” 606- 8

“Librarians as publishers: is the digital library an electronic publisher?”, McMillan, 928-31 “Librarians in cyberspace: a pilot’s view” & illus., Grimes, 281-82

“’Libraries’ dropped from accreditation criteria,” Hardesty, 888

“Library buildings in a digital age, why bother? defending new library buildings and additions to college administrators and trustees,” Bahr, 590-91, 608 “The library community’s first foray into Job Shadow Day was a success” photo., 169 “Library of Congress awards security tag bid to ID Systems,” 91

“Library research as a transgressive activity: the changing role of the librarian,” Garret, 603-4, 624 “The library’s Web site is the library: designing for distance learners," Linden, 99, 101 Lieberman, Richard K., news note, 1047 Limerick, Patricia, port., 696

Lindauer, Bonnie Gratch, “Wins IS Publication of the Year Award” & port., 308 Linden, Julie, “The library’s Web site is the library: designing for distance learners,” 99, 101 Linn State Technical Coll., “Representation of the new Information Technology Center at Linn State Technical College, located in rural central Missouri” photo., 775 Liriano, Maira, “Tips for roving reference: how to best serve library users,” 289-90, 315 Literature in English: a Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age & photo., Day, ed., 475 Littlewood, John M., retired, 836 “Living legends of the 20th century,” ACRL, 191 Lloyd, Heather, retired, 538

“Local transportation,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 800

“Locked exterior door of abandoned wooden synagogue in Alanta, Lithuania,” 771, 777-79 (cover, no. 9) Locket, Lenora, photo., 814

“LOEX-of-the-West 2000: creativity and the art of library instruction,” Zambella, 707-8 “The Lone Ranger is dead: success today demands collaboration,” Wilson, 698-701, 907, comments “Lone Ranger is not dead,” Wilson, 907 Long, Sarah, news note & port., 58 “A look at Okinawa’s libraries” & photo., Adams, 664 Loomba, Mary, photo., 571 Loomis, Barbara, retired, 953

Los Alamos Natl. Laboratory, “The open archives initiative: forging a path toward interoperable author selfarchiving systems,” 184-86, 202 Luce, Richard E., “The open archives initiative: forging a path toward interoperable author self-archiving systems,” 184-86, 202 Lutz, Maija, photo., 205

Lyandres, Natasha, “Russian studies: sites to link you to history, politics, and culture” & logos, 29-33

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McAndrew, Rosemary, “Immersion 2000: making learning happen” & photo., 909-11 McCarthy, Connie Kearns, photo., 6, 196 McCarthy, Paul., appt., 536 McClernan, Henry G., deceased, 726 McDiarmid, Errett Weir, deceased, 624 MacDonald, Eric, “Collection preservation news: collection protection issues in a library renovation project,” 277-79, 282

MacDonald, Mary C., rev. (“Kids Count” & logo, 133;

“PollingReport.com” & logo), 825 McGinn, Howard, appt., 328

McGinty, John W., appt., 723-24; “Marist College opens new library” & photo., 171 McMahon, Timothy E., “This science isn’t just for mathematicians anymore: mathematics resources on the Internet” & logos, 395-98 McMillan, Gail, “Editors’ introduction,” 405, 516, 795, 929; “Librarians as publishers: is the digital library an electronic publisher?”, 928—31; “Managing electronic theses and dissertations: the third international symposium,” 413-14; “Scholarly communication and academic/research librarians: a new column that looks at the issues,” 20, 23-24 McNeal, Archie L., deceased, 145 Malone, Debbie, appt., 1047

“Managing electronic theses and dissertations: the third international symposium,” McMillan, 413-14 Marcum, Deanna, “Digital archiving: whose responsibility is it?”, 794-97, 807 “Marist College opens new library” & photo., McGinty, 171 Marshall, Jerilyn, photo., 167 Marta Lange/CQ Award, 2000, 436; 2001, 703 Martin, Jim, “SPARC 1999: crafting new models of scholarly communication,” 26-27 Martinus Nijhoff International West European Specialist Study Grant, 2000, 310-11; 2001, 703 Mason, Elisa, rev. (“The University of Michigan Law School Refugee Caselaw Site” & logo), 1038-39 Matthews, Judy, rev. (“SciQuest.com” & logo), 942-43 Mayer, Robert, retired, 6l

“Medical resources information for the consumer: helping you make informed decisions” & logos. Gray, 995-1000 “Medscape” & logo, rev. of, 133-34 “Meet Didier and Spalding—the candidates for ACRL President,” 1019

“Meet the candidates for ALA President: vote in the election this spring,” 217-21 Meisel, Gloria, photo., 571 “Members running for ALA Council,” ACRL, 221 Metter, Ellen, “Denver diversions: tours and activities at the 2001 ACRL National Conference city” & photos., 799-803

Meyer, Richard W., “Receives K. G. Saur Award” & port., 306-7

Miami U, “Building a better mousetrap: using a mousepad to publicize products and services to faculty” & photo., 273-75

“Mid-sized university association forms,” University Libraries Group, 887 Milestones of academic librarianship (“Over 100 years of progress”), 8-14 Miller, Kristin, “Developing good research habits: encourage students to create a working bibliography online,” 418-20

Miller, Lisa K., rev. (“Virtual Library Museum Pages” & logo), 134, 140 Miller, Stephen, appt. & port., 833 Miller, William, “Filmmaking 101: Florida Atlantic University Libraries help produce a documentary” & photos., 771, 777-79 (cover, no. 9)

Millersville U., “Academic librarians as advisors: working with students to plan their futures,” 781-82, 792,1000, comment

Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award, 2000, 306; 2001. 703

Mobley, Emily R., “The future: looking for tea leaves to read,” 898-901; photo., 667

Moeckel, Nancy, “Building a better mousetrap: using a mousepad to publicize products and services to faculty” & photo., 273-75 Moore-Jansen, Cathy, photo., 205 Moran, Thomas, “Tower Creek, Yellowstone” painting, 267, (cover, no. 3)

“More ACRL Friends,” 993 “More ‘keeping up’ sites,” Bell, 582 “More than faculty training: integrating information competence into the disciplines” & photos., Rockman, 192- 94

“More than 125 students learned about the world of libraries during the ALA divisions’ Job Shadow Day, February 2, 2000” photo., 169 Mori, Timothy, photo., 89 Morris, Leslie R.. retired, 236 Moulden, Carol, photo., 204, 670

Munde, Gail, “My year as interim: six things I learned for free,” 416-17, 420 “My year as interim: six things I learned for free,” Munde, 416-17, 420

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“NameBase: a Cumulative Index of Books and Clippings” & logo, rev. of, 824-25 Nardelli, Ray, photo., 1004 “NCES plans changes in data collection,” 573 NEH, “Brown University Library meets the preservation challenge: a challenge grant leads to a preservation endowment,” 593-95 Natl. Gallery of Canada, Leab Award special merit, 309- 10

Natl. Inst, of Standards and Technology, “New NIST devise turns e-books into Braille,” 6 “National Library for the Environment: Congressional Research Sendee Reports,” rev. of, 523 NLW, “Celebrate National Library Week” poster. 91 “National University of Singapore will add digital identification technology” & photo., 471-72 National Women’s History Project, poster, 90 “Navy Department Library celebrates 200th birthday,” 270 “Nearctica.com” & logo, rev. of, 524 “Need to enforce standards,” Harralson, 215 Nelson, Jim, photo., 5

netLibrary, “Innovative Interfaces and netLibrary establish alliance," 269 “netLibrary” & logo, rev. of, 50-51 “netLibrary partners with EBSCO Publishing,” 381 “netLibrary to offer Oxford University Press books," 91 “netLibrary to provide eBooks to Illinois Digital Academic Library,” 569 “NetPaper.com partners with Cornell,” 172 “New back issue finder,” 476

“New journal for librarians published by Johns Hopkins University Press,” 472 “New NIST devise turns e-books into Braille,” 6 “New publications,” Eberhart, 52-53 (& photo.), 136-38 (& photos.), 228-29 (& photos.), 323-24 (& photo.), 428-29, 527-29 (& photos.), 616-17 (& photo.), 717- 18 (& photo.), 826-29 (& photos.), 945—46 (& photo.), 1040-42 (& photo.)

“New students, new expectations = new information infrastructures: the ACRL issues forum at the AAHE National Conference,” Rockman, 493-94 “New Web site helps find used/rare/out-of-print books,” 381-82

Newberry Lib.. “Poster by J. H. Twachtman advertising Harold Frederic’s 1896 book The Damnation of Theron Ware; or, Illumination, 469 (cover, no. 6)

Newell, Allen, “Newell and Simon papers online at Carnegie Mellon,” 886 “Newell and Simon papers online at Carnegie Mellon,” 886

“News from the field,” Davis, 5-7, 89-91, 169-72, 269- 70, 381-84, 471-76, 569-74, 661-64, 773-75, 885- 88, 991-93

“News from the University Libraries Section,” ACRL, 672- 73; Evans, 672-73 Nichol, Tom, rev. (“Biz/ed” & logo), 322 Nicholls State U, Third Annual Cajun/Zydeco Music and Dance Exhibit, 1999, poster, 87, (cover, no. 2) Nickel, Kerie, photo., 474

“99 ways to get those feet in the door: how to develop a public relations campaign,” Germain, 93-96 Nofsinger, Mary M., “Streamlining the hiring process: how to get the best candidates for the job,” 499-501 “Nominate your libraiy for the ACRL Excellence Award," 813 “NCSU Fellows Program lives up to its promise” & photo., Davis, 993

“NCSU launches fellows program” & photo., 89-90 N.C. State U., “ACRL’s Excellence in Academic Libraries’ winners hold celebrations” & photo., 383; “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners” & photo., 190-91 N.D. State U., “Flood destroys North Dakota State University’s main library” & photo., 661 Northern Ariz. U., “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311 Northwestern U, “The art of the story” poster, 379, (cover, no. 5)

“A note of appreciation,” C&RL news, 615 Nutter, Susan K., port., 191

O

Oberman, Cerise, news note & port., 142 O’Brien-Parham, Loretta, news note, 951 “O’Check-Ka, or Four Legs, head chief of the Winnebagoes on Winnebagoes Lake Michigan,” port., 891 “OCLC invites libraries to build Cooperative Online Resource Catalog,” 89 Ohio State U, “Smarties use the library" notecards & photo., 663

Ohr-Campbell, T., cartoons, 91, 382, 573, 774, 993; illus., 281, 299-301, 707 Old Dominion U., “Mounts digital exhibit,” 888; “Virginia libraries collaborate on exhibit and performance” & photo., 89

“The open archives initiative: forging a path toward interoperable author self-archiving systems,” Luce, 184-86, 202 “Order your copy,” Fla. Atlantic U, 779 Ostrow, Rona, appt., 1047

“The other client: information training for administrators pays dividends for the library,” Basefsky, 100-101 “Over 100 years of progress,” 8-14 “OWLS: wise multitype libraries form regional network to share resources,” Brandon, 1011-12 Oxford U. Press, “netLibrary to offer Oxford University Press books,” 91

P

Pacovska, Kveta, “The art of the story” poster, 379, (cover, no. 5)

Pandit, Jyoti, news note, 58 Pankake, Marcia, photo., 1007

Papangelis, Penelope, “Another view from the conference,” 811; rev. (“Genamics”), 227 Parets, Meredith, “ACRL awards for 2001: celebrating the best in academic librarianship” & photo., 702-3; “ACRL honors the 2000 award winners: the second installment of winners,” 306-11 Parker, Kimberly, photo., 674 Parlin, Ruth, appt. & port., 536 Parsons, Gary, letter to the ed., 1000 Pasek, Marzena, “ACRL promotes American libraries at Frankfurt Book Fair: highlights from the world’s largest book fair” & photos., 1007-9; photo., 1007 Pausch, Lois, retired, 953 Pemberton, Anne, photo., 993

Penn State, Abington, “Tower Creek, Yellowstone” painting, 267, (cover, no. 3)

“Penn State opens wired Paterno Library” & photo., 992- 93

Penson, Merryll S., news note, 951 “People in the News”, Young, 58-61, 142-145, 234-37, 328-31, 433-35, 437, 535-39, 621-24, 723-26, 833- 36, 951-53, 1047-50 Perry, Emma Bradford, news note, 951 Petrowski, Mary Jane, “Building a successful collaboration: Colgate University’s collaboration for enhanced learning,” 1003-5; photo., 1004 Pfander, Jeanne, “SPARC 1999: crafting new models of scholarly communication,” 26-27 Phelps, Adelaide, “Celebrating African American history month” & photo., 7 “Philosophy: scholarly research abounds” & logos, Broughton, 284-87 “Physics: an annotated list of key resources on the Internet” & logos, Kristick, 199-202 Pineau, Andy, photo., 532 Pineau, Maxine Good, photo., 532 “PollingReport.com” & logo, rev. of, 825 Pontius, Jack Edward, deceased, 539 Popko, John, photos., 679-80

Portal: Libraries and the Academy,“New journal for librarians published by Johns Hopkins University Press,” 472

“Poster by J. H. Twachtman advertising Harold Frederic’s 1896 book The Damnation of Theron Ware; or, Illumination, Twachtman, 469 (cover, no. 6)

“Poster presenters sought," ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 662 Pourciau, Les, news note, 723

“Predicting the future: what does academic librarianship hold in store?”, Stoffle, 894-901 Preece, Barbara G., appt., 433-34 “Preparations for Y2K” photo., 90 “Preservation news,” Hedberg, 48, 131,140, 224, 320, 423, 521, 612, 711, 822, 940, 1037 Prestamo, Anne, “Botany: putting names and faces to botany information” & logos, 507-12 Pritchard, John A., news note, 951 Profeta, Patricia, “Community College Awards" & ports., 310

Pronevitz, Greg, news note, 142

Publications in librarianship, Literature in English: a Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age & photo., 475 “Publish or perish? looking at publication for tenure from the other side of the street,” Lewis, 606-8

“PubMed Central: be careful what you ask for,” Burke, 21-23

Purdue U., “Reality check: asynchronous instruction works!”, 586-88; “Web course development timeline,” 587

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Queens Borough Pub. Lib., “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311; “More than 125 students learned about the world of libraries during the ALA divisions’ Job Shadow Day, February 2, 2000” photo., 169 Query, Lance, appt., 724

“Quinnipiac University opens new library” & photo., 885- 86

Quinsey, Joyce McLeod, deceased, 624

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Rabinowitz, Celia, photo., 474 Rachow, Louis A., appt., 536

Rader, Hannelore, “Creating the global library of the future: highlights from the 66th IFLA Conference” & photo., 809-11; news note & port., 535-36; photo., 810

Rankin, Katherine, “Electronic resources on disabilities: a wealth of information on topics from jobs to recreation” & logos, 115-20

“RBMLhas new name and focus,” 473-75 “RBMS attends antiquarian book fair” & photo., Stalker, 270

“Rare slave narrative available,” 431 Raspa, Dick, ed., The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the Information Universe & photo., 475 RBM: a Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage, “RBML has new name and focus,” 473-75 “Reaching out to the community: models that work,” Todaro, 789-92 Reade, Tripp, photo., 89

“Reality check: asynchronous instruction works!”, Curl, 586-88

“Recipe for disaster or formula for success? creating and assessing a large scale collaborative library introduction exercise for honors students,” Johnson, 597-601 “Rededication of the California State University Northridge’s Oviatt Library” photo., 991 Rege, Karen, news note, 535

“Regents College teams with Johns Hopkins to create virtual library,” 269 “Register for ACRL preconferences,” 480 Reichel, Mary L., ACRL, vice-president & port., 488-90; “English and Reichel share plans for ACRL: vote in the election this spring” & port., 122, 125-26; photo., 680; port., 38

“Reinventing academic libraries and librarianship,” Stoffle, 894-97

“Representation of the new Information Technology Center at Linn State Technical College, located in rural central Missouri” photo., 775 “Research in education: a comparison and analysis of databases,” Black, 16-19, 24 “Research topics,” 301

“Reserve your space,” ACRL, National Conference, 2001, 693, 696

“Resources for Web-based teaching,” 389 Retirements, 6l, 145, 236-37, 330, 435, 437, 538, 623-24, 725-26, 835-36, 952-53, 1050

“Retro theme used for UC Berkeley instruction program” & poster, 773 “Revising the guidelines,” Gover, 1024-25 “Rice University offers digital library to German university,” 663-64 Riggs, Dean, retired, 145 Riordan, Richard, photo., 991 Robare, Lori, rev. (“ARTFL Project” & logo), 942 Roberts, Bobby L., news note, 142 Roberts, Joni, “Internet reviews,” 713-14, 824-25, 1038- 39; “Interview reviews,” 942-43 Rockman, Ilene F., “More than faculty training: integrating information competence into the disciplines” & photos., 192-94; “New students, new expectations = new information infrastructures: the ACRL issues forum at the AAHE National Conference,” 493-94 Rodman, Ruey, appt. & photo., 621 Rogers, Brian, retired & port., 145 Ronnermann, Gail, retired, 624 Rooks, Dana C., appt., 621; photo., 679 Rose, Robert F., photos., 679-80 Routledge Press, Significant Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2000, 309; 2001, 703 Ruetten, Lydia Morrow, “Implementing ACRL’s ‘Standards for College Libraries’“, 570 “Russian studies: sites to link you to history, politics, and culture” & logos, Lyandres, 29-33 Rutgers U., “Web authorware and course-integrated library instruction: the Learning Links project” & photos., 387- 90, 402 Ryan, Mary L., appt., 621

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St. Clair, Gloriana, “The spotlight shines on all: ACRL’s excellence in Academic Libraries Award” & photo., 812-13

“St. Mary’s College of Maryland sponsored a public talk by Henriette Avram” photo., 474 Samuel Lazerow Fellowship, 2000, 307; 2001, 703 Sanborn, James Jackson, photo., 993 Satisky, Donald, photos., 383, 476 Saunders, Laverna, “Over 100 years of progress,” 8-14 Saur (K. G.) Award for Best C&RL Article, 2000, 306-7; 2001, 703 Sayer, Karen, retired, 236

Saylor, Cynthia E., revs. (“American Verse Project” & logo, 713-14; “National Library for the Environment,” 523) Schaffner, Ann C., “Editor’s introduction,” 405, 516, 795, 929; “Scholarly communication and academic/research librarians: a new column that looks at the issues,” 20, 23-24

Schepis, Sandy, photo., 571 Schmidt, C. James, news note & port., 142 Schmidt, Ford, rev. (“International Theatre Design Archive”), 943 Schnell, Eric, appt. & photo., 621

Scholarly communication (“Create change,” English, 515- 18; “Digital archiving,” Marcum, 794-97, 807; “Editors’ introduction,” Anderson, 405, 516, 795, 929; “For better or for worse,” Boyce, 404-7, 414; “Librarians as publishers,” McMillan, 928-31; “The open archives initiative,” Luce, 184-86, 202; “PubMed Central: be careful what you ask for,” Burke, 21-23; “Scholarly communication and academic/research librarians: a new column that looks at the issues,” Anderson, 20, 23-24)

“Scholarly communication and academic/research librarians: a new column that looks at the issues,” Anderson, 20, 23-24 Schreiber, Mae N., “Diversity Web sources in higher education: looking at our rich cultural heritage” & logos, 681-85; “For more resources,” 685 Schwanz, Kathleen, “Thinking about a joint-use library? a memorandum of agreement and timetable can ensure success,” 478-80 “SciQuest.com” & logo, rev. of, 942-43 Searing, Susan Ellis, “Wins new WSS/Greenwood Publishing Award” & port., 308 “Section committee volunteer form,” ACRL, 819 “Seeks manuscripts,” C&RL news, 475 “Send us your news,” C&RL news, 476 Senior, Heidi, rev. (“The Institute for Global Communications” & logo), 425 Seufert, Ed, retired, 145 Shaffer, Barbara, retired, 145

Shay, Lynn Rebbeor, “Why am I dreaming in html subtitles? words of wisdom for new Webmasters” & illus., 299-301, 311 Sheets, Lisa, photo., 993 Sherman, Paul, retired, 1050 Shih, Una, photo., 571

“Shing-Gaa-Ba-W’osin, or the Figured Stone, a Chippewa chief,” port., 891 Shipman, George, retired & port., 836 Shoaf, Eric C., “Brown University Library meets the preservation challenge: a challenge grant leads to a preservation endowment,” 593-95 Shupe, Robert, appt., 621 Sibley, Beth, news note, 58

Siena Coll., “Fireworks at dedication at Siena’s new library” & photo., 5-6 “Sign up for the 2000 ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute, 108 Significant Achievement in Women’s Studies Librarianship, 2000, 309; 2001, 703 Simcoe, Darryl, photo., 1004

Simon, Herbert A., “Newell and Simon papers online at Carnegie Mellon,” 886 Simon, Jeanne Hurley, deceased, 331 Simpson, Brent, “Wins IS Innovation Award” & photo., 307-8

“Sites sought for immersion programs,” ACRL, 382

Slade, Alexander (Sandy), photo., 662

Sloan, Rob, photo., 474

Sloan, Susan, photo., 474

Slocum, Charlotte, appt. & port., 951-52

Slusar, Linda, news note, 433

“Smarties use the library” notecards & photo., 663

Smith, Jean Chandler, deceased, 331

Smith, Jeanette C., news note, 536

Smith, John B., retired, 437

Snelson, Pam, photo., 196

Snider, Larry C., retired, 437

Song, Yongyi, “Chinese government releases Yongyi Song,” 169

Soupiset, Kathryn A., deceased, 331 Southern Methodist U., Leab Award, 309 Southern Utah U., “How to cover those summer reference hours: a novel approach to the nine-month contract at an academic library,” 609-10 Spain, Louise, retired, 1050

Spalding, Helen H., “ACRL candidates for president announced,” 472; photos., 679-80

Span, Louise, retired, 437

“SPARC 1999: crafting new models of scholarly communication,” Pfänder, 26-27 “The spotlight shines on all: ACRL’s excellence in Academic Libraries Award” & photo., St. Clair, 812-13 “Staff at the College of DuPage” photo., 190 Stahl, Wilson M. “Bil,” appt. & port., 536-37 Stalker, Laura, “RBMS attends antiquarian book fair” & photo., 270

“Standards for college libraries,” ACRL, approved 2000, 175-82

“Standards for faculty status for college and university librarians: draft version,” ACRL, 704-5;

Stanford U., “HighWire Press develops archiving plan,” 170-71

Stanley, Deborah, “Russian studies: sites to link you to history, politics, and culture” & logos, 29-33 SUNY, Albany, “University at Albany campaign tops $3 million goal,” 269-70 Stephens, Jerry W., news note, 951 Stoffle, Carla, photo., 667; “Predicting the future: what does academic librarianship hold in store?”, 894-901; “Reinventing academic libraries and librarianship,” 894-97 Stolt, Wilbur, appt., 952 “Stop by the ACRL booth and win!”, 473 Storey, Joe, photo., 474

Story-Huffman, Ru, “Children’s literature: useful sites for teachers, librarians, and students” & logos, 576-79, 588

“Strategic Plan 2005: the mission, vision, strategic directions, and goals of ACRL,” 400-402 “Streamlining the hiring process: how to get the best candidates for the job,” Nofsinger, 499-501 Street scene from Palermo, Italy, hand painted lantern slide, DeCou, 2, (cover, no. 1)

Stubbs, Walter, retired, 953

Studdard, Paul, “Academic librarians as advisors: working with students to plan their futures,” 781-82, 792,1000, comment

“StudyAbroad.com” 8c logo, rev. of, 226-27 Suitts, Steve, appt., 143 Sullivan, Maureen, photo., 679

Sumler, Claudia B., “Candidates for ALA President: vote in the election this spring” & port., 217-21 Summers, Lorraine D., news note, 951 Sutton, Margot, “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” 8c photos., 295-96, 311; “Your education connection: get connected with these ACRL institutes and preconferences,” 43-46 Sweat, Mary Lee, photos., 679-80 Symons, Ann, news note & port., 142-43 Synnatzschke-Cochran, Heidi, deceased, 437

T

Tagtmeyer, Peter E., photo., 1004

“Teaching about the Internet: an opportunity for faculty outreach,” Jacobson, 302-4 Telatnik, George, retired, 145

“The $10.5 million Waggoner Library at Trevecca Nazarene University” photo., 886 “Texas A&M receives endowed professorship,” 569 Texas Information Literacy Tutorial (TILT), “Wins IS Innovation Award” & photo., 307-8 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Denslow, ill., 567 (cover, no. 7)

“Thinking about a joint-use library? a memorandum of agreement and timetable can ensure success," Schwanz, 478-80 Third Annual Cajun/Zydeco Music and Dance Exhibit, 1999, poster, Banks, 87, (cover, no. 2)

“The 13th annual Interagency Depository Seminar 2000: an introduction to government sources,” Henriques, 919-20

“This science isn’t just for mathematicians anymore: mathematics resources on the Internet” & logos, McMahon, 395-98

Thompson, Michael, photo., 270 Thompson, Susan M., “Internet Librarian ’99: new tools and future trends,” 35-36, 46 “The time to lead: ACRL seeks nominees for office,” 317, 322

“Tips for roving reference: how to best serve library users,” Courtois, 289-90, 315 “To keep up, go beyond: developing a personal professional development plan using e-resources outside the bounds of library literature,” Bell, 581-84 Todaro, Julie, “The Community Partnership Toolkit: a ‘howto’ on the president’s theme” & photo., 905—7; “Reaching out to the community: models that work,” 789-92 Todd, Lee T., photo., 5 Tolford, Hugh, photo., 270

“Tower Creek, Yellowstone” painting, Moran, 267, (cover, no. 3)

Tozer, Kirsten, rev. (“Jointly Administered Knowledge Environment (jake)”), 226 “The training of international librarians: how to host a successful internship,” de Souza, 110-13, 120 Trevecca Nazarene U., “The $10.5 million Waggoner Library at Trevecca Nazarene University" photo., 886 Troutman, Leslie, news note, 535 Twachtman, J. H., “Poster by J. H. Twachtman advertising Harold Frederic’s 1896 book The Damnation of Theron Ware; or, Illumination, 469 (cover, no. 6) 21northmain.com, “New Web site helps find used/rare/ out-of-print books,” 381-82

U

“University at Albany campaign tops $3 million goal,” 269- 70

UC, “Acquiring a 9-millionth book: University of California’s acquisition of the Aboriginal Port Folio" & ports., 883, 890-92, 936 (cover, no. 10)

UC, Berkeley, Leab Award, 309; “Retro theme used for UC Berkeley instruction program” & poster, 773

UC, Irvine, “Collection preservation news: collection protection issues in a libraiy renovation project,” 277-79, 282

“UCLA Senior Fellows seeks applicants,” 774-75 UC, Santa Cruz, Street scene from Palermo, Italy, hand painted lantern slide, 2, (cover, no. 1)

U. Libraries Group, “Mid-sized university association forms,” 887

“University Libraries Section at Midwinter: a wrap-up of activities,” Garrison, 313-15 “ULS starts discussion list,” ACRL, 887 “UCI libraries celebrate UCI” 8c photo., Broidy, 473 U. of 111., Chicago, “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311 “University of Illinois joins Digital Libraiy Federation,” 991

U. of Louisville, “Ingredients for success,” 599; “Recipe for disaster or formula for success? creating and assessing a large scale collaborative library introduction exercise for honors students,” 597-601 “University of Louisville creates endowed chair,” 90 “UL Honors Program Expedition knowledge question and results,” Johnson, 601 “UL Honors Program Expedition perception question and results,” Johnson, 600 “The University of Michigan Law School Refugee Caselaw Site” & logo, rev. of, 1038-39 “University of Minnesota opens new library” & photo., 474-75

U. of Neb., Lincoln, “Dressing up SGML for the Web: a look at UNL’s project to create electronic books,” 293- 94, 304

U of NC, Greensboro, “Preparations for Y2K” photo., 90 U. of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311 U. of Pa., “Checkpoint installs system at University of Pennsylvania,” 573 “University of Pittsburgh endows chair,” 991-92 “Univ. of Rochester renovates hall for 150th” & photo., 887

U. of Ryukus, “A look at Okinawa’s libraries” & photo., 664

U. of Tex., Austin, “Digital books: making them work for publishers and libraries,” 391-93 “University of Virginia invited to join Digital Library Federation,” 90-91 “URLs of Eprint archives,” 186

Utah State U, “What happens when counting gates can’t count? creating a formula to correct inaccuracies,” 902- 4

V

“Valdosta State to offer MLS,” 6-7 Valentine, Barbara, rev. (“StudyAbroad.com” & logo), 226- 27

“The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War,” rev. of, 713 “Valparaiso University launches $75 million campaign,” 471

Vandermeer, Philip R., news note, 535 Vargason, G. Dale, Jr., news note, 536 Varlejs, Jana, news note, 433 Varnet, Harvey, appt., 1047-48

Vazquez, Lourdes, “Web authorware and course-integrated library instruction: the Learning Links project at Rutgers University” 8c photos., 387-90, 402 Vega Garcia, S. A., rev. (“Black Collegian Online” 8c logo), 523-24

Viles, Ann, “Fast facts,” 546, 656, 786, 880, 984, 1112 “Virginia libraries collaborate on exhibit and performance” 8c photo., 89

Va. Polytechnic Inst. 8c State U., “Librarians as publishers: is the digital library an electronic publisher?”, 928-31

“Virtual Library Museum Pages” 8c logo, rev. of, 134, 140

W, X

“Waa-Na-Taa, or the Foremost in Battle, chief of the Sioux tribe,” port., 890 Wainwright, Alexander, deceased, 331 Walker, Christopher H., letter to the ed., 610 Walsh, Diana Chapman, photo., 572

Walton, Clyde C., deceased & port., 237 Ward, Dane, ed., The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the Information Universe & photo., 475 Warren, Bradley, photo., 89

“Washington hotline,” Bradley, 129, 223, 318, 421, 519, 611, 709, 820, 938, 1035 Waugh, Kappa, cartoons, 6, 171, 269, 472, 664, 888 The way I see it (“Asserting our collection development roles,” Gordon, 687-89; “Digital books,” Dillon, 391- 93; “Librarians in cyberspace” & illus., Grimes, 281— 82; “Library research as a transgressive activity,” Garret, 603-4, 624; “Publish or perish?”, Lewis, 606-8) Wayne State U., “Job Shadow Day 2000: recruiting to the profession” & photos., 295-96, 311; “The library community’s first foray into Job Shadow Day was a success” photo., 169 Weaver, Bruce, letter to the ed., 907 Weaver, Patricia, appt., 1048; “Efficient, effective, and equitable e-minutes,” 775 “Web authorware and course-integrated library instruction: the Learning Links project at Rutgers University” & photos., Kesselman, 387-90, 402 “Web course development timeline,” Curl, 587 Weber, Edward, retired, 236-37 Weimer, Sally Willson, photo., 205 Wellesley Coll., “ACRL’s Excellence in Academic Libraries’ winners hold celebrations,” 383; “Excellence in Academic Libraries winners” & photo., 190—91 “Wellesley College receives ACRL Excellence Award” & photo., 572 Werking, Richard, photo., 532

Werre, Pam, “Children’s literature: useful sites for teachers, librarians, and students” & logos, 576-79, 588 W. Va. U., “The Burki Sisters (Greitly, Mary, and Elizabeth) examine the latest issue of the German language periodical Abendschule,”659 (cover, no. 8) Westbrook, Lynn, “Receives new WSS/Routledge Award" & port., 309

“Westchester Library System’s (WLS) 9th Annual Book & Author Luncheon” photo., 571 “Western Kentucky University unveils new Web service,” 471

“What happens when counting gates can’t count? creating a formula to correct inaccuracies,” Anderson, 902-4

“Why am ī dreaming in html subtitles? words of wisdom for new Webmasters” & illus., Shay, 299-301, 311 Wilding, Thomas L., appt., 621 Williams, Karen, retired, 61 Willis, Judy, appt. & photo., 621 Wilson, Betsy, “The Lone Ranger is dead: success today demands collaboration,” 698-701, 907, comments; photo., 679-80 Wilson, Janice M., retired, 1050

Wilson, Lizabeth (Betsy) A., ACRL president & port., 488- 49; appt. & port., 1048 Wilson, Tony, letter to the ed., 907 Withers, Rob, “Information architecture: tools for cutting-edge Web developers” & logos, 784-87 “World War I: Trenches on the Web,” rev. of, 1039 “The World Wide Web Acronym and Abbreviation Server,” rev. of, 425-26 Wortman, William A., ed., Literature in English: a Guide for Librarians in the Digital Age & photo., 475 Wrighten, Mary G., photo., 197

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