Joyce Ogburn

There are 32 included publications by Joyce Ogburn :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Acquiring minds want Plagiarism: A Victim Speaks Out 1992 279 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know Acquisitions And New Technology 1994 306 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know The Art Vs, The Business Of Librarianship 1995 307 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know Is Full Text Half Full Or Half Empty? 1996 290 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: Cloth/Paper-Still, An Issue 1994 156 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: Digital Scholarship - A New Scholarly Enterprise 2003 57 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: The Future Of Technical Services 1996 247 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: A Glimpse of Paradigms 1993 238 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: Information Policies And Intellectual Property 1998 414 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: Smart Systems, Smart Books 1994 277 Abstract Unavailable
Acquiring Minds Want To Know: What Are Our Obligations 1993 197 Abstract Unavailable
Acquisitions Up, Up, And Away 1991 242 Abstract Unavailable
Acquisitions: So What and Where? In Perspectives on Acquisitions 1998 293 No Abstract Available.
Anthropology Resources For Librarians 2019 194 As of 1989, no one had compiled a bibliography of resources of use to librarians who had a role supporting anthropologists in their institutions. The present lengthy bibliography began as a print list of 25 entries in the November 1989 issue of ANSS ...
Bit By Bit: Communicating Voucher Information To The Accounting Department From Automated Library Systems. 1991 246 Abstract Unavailable
Bit By Bit: Digitizing Information 1992 267 Abstract Unavailable
Bit by Bit: EDUCOM (Electronic Connection for Higher Education) 1991 320 No abstract available.
Bit By Bit: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) And The X12 Format. 1992 208 Abstract Unavailable
The Business Of Acquisitions 1991 1991 162 Abstract Unavailable
Criminology and Penology Abstracts 1990 299 Abstract Unavailable
Defining and Achieving Success in the Movement to Change Scholarly Communication 2008 775 In the pursuit to change scholarly communication, libraries have undertaken a number of initiatives. These may include establishing a formal program, creating a committee, or taking other concerted actions at their institutions. While librar- ians ha...
Exploring The Contributions Of The Academic Library To Student Learning 2011 217 Abstract Unavailable
Extending the Principles and Promise of Scholarly Communication Reform: A Chronicle and Future Glimpse 2016 2535 Interest in the functionality and components of scholarly communications has increased dramatically since the last decades of the 20th century. Many articles, books, reports, anddeclarations have appeared, some of which call for change and describe n...
The Imperative for Data Curation 2010 861 Abstract unavailable
Library Publishing Services: Strategies for Success Research Report Version 1.0 2011 708 Over the past five years, libraries have begun to expand their role in the scholarly publishing value chain by offering a greater range of pre-publication and editorial support services. Given the rapid evolution of these services, there is a clear c...
Library Publishing Services: Strategies for Success: Final Research Report 2012 585 This report briefly presents the findings and recommendations of the "Library Publishing Services: Strategies for Success" project which investigated the extent to which publishing has now become a core activity of North American academic libraries a...
Lifelong Learning Requires Lifelong Access: Reflections on the ACRL Plan for Excellence 2011 444 Abstract unavailable
Millennium Minutes: A Look Back At Licensing 2001 174 Abstract Unavailable
Moderately Risky Business 2009 405 No abstract available
The Movement to Change Scholarly Communication Has Come a Long Way – How Far Might It Go? 2012 640 No abstract available.
Searching GeoRef for Archaeology 1995 562 The subject of archaeology presents a challenge to researchers attempting to find adequate indexing resources. Since there is no one source devoted exclusively to archaeology, librarians are forced to seek out any sources which can serve the research...
Vendors and the Acquisition of Electronic Resources: Can They Help Librarians? 1998 509 Abstract unavailable.