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portal: Libraries and the Academy

January 2005 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Constant Vigilance, Babelfish, and Foot Surgery: Perspectives on Faculty Status and Tenure for Academic Librarians

    Janet Swan Hill

    Faculty status and tenure for academic librarians are topics of continuous discussion. The rationales for having a tenure system have relevance for librarians but affect librarians differently than... More

    pp. 7-22

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  2. A Collaborative Model for Teaching E-Resources: Northwestern University's Graduate Training Day

    Harriet Lightman & Ruth N. Reingold

    The authors report on the planning, execution, and future of Northwestern University's Introduction to Electronic Resources/Humanities Computing Training Day, a mandatory one-day set of classes... More

    pp. 23-32

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  3. Preservation of Electronic Scholarly Publishing: An Analysis of Three Approaches

    Sadie L. Honey

    Scholars publish in journals to preserve their work and to make sure that it is available for current and future researchers. More and more of this publishing is done in electronic format.... More

    pp. 59-75

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