LRTS Index

Volume 33, 1989

Compiled by Edward Swanson

General Procedures Used in Compiling the Index

The following types of entries are included:

  1. authors—of articles, reviews, and letters
  2. titles—or articles and of articles about which letters were published
  3. subjects—of articles and of books reviewed

Subject entries for individuals are identified by "(about)"; letters are identified by "(c)".

Reviews are indexed by name of reviewer and by subject of the work reviewed, identified by "(r)." They are also listed by title under the heading "Books reviewed."

Entries are arranged word by word following the "file-as-spelled" principle. Numbers are arranged before alphabetical characters; acronyms without internal punctuation are arranged as words.

Paging of Volume 33

A

"AACR2R, editor's perspective" 181-86

Abstracting: 204 (r)

Academic libraries: 207-8 (r); 309-12 (r)
——Collection analysis: 15-28
——Futurics: 206-7 (r)
——Management: 91-92 (r)

Acquisition of library materials: 105-22; 198-99 (r)

Acquisitions systems Microcomputer-based: 96 (r)

Administration: 200-201 (r)

Allen, Alice: 319 (r)

Allex, Wendy: 207 (r)

Anglo-American cataloguing rules, 2d ed.: 181-86; 328 (c)

Approval plans: 382-92

"Are children and teenagers second-class citizens?" 393-99

"Assessing preservation needs" 414-19

Authority control: 358-65

Automation of library services: 87 (r); 194-95 (r); 199 (r); 306-8 (r); 314-16 (r); 320 (r); 438-41 (r)

B

"Back to the future" 29-36

Bengston, Betty G.: 426-27; 427 (port.)

Berman, Barbara L.: 134-39

"Best of LRTS Award, 1989" 426-27

Bibliographic citations: 344-57

Biella, Joan C.: 89-90 (r)

"Blackwell/North America Scholarship Award" 425-26

Bloss, Alex: 424 (port.)

Bloss, Marjorie E.: 77-78 (about); 77 (port.)

Bluh, Pamela: 55; 165

Books
——Housing: 306 (r)
——Marking: 281-83

Books reviewed
——Abstracting and indexing (Rowley): 204
——Acquisitions, budgets, and material costs: 198-99
——Advances in library administration and organization, v.7 (McCabe and Kreisman, eds.): 200-201
——Advances in library automation and networking, a research annual, v.2 (Hewitt, ed.): 306-8
——Advances in serials management, v.2 (Tuttle and Cook, eds.): 196-97
——Anglo-American cataloguing rules, 2d ed., 1988 revision: 179-81
——Annual review of information science and technology, v.22 (Williams, ed.): 85-86
——Audiovisual material glossary (Olson): 201-2
——Books for college libraries, 3d ed.: 309-12
——The care of fine books (Greenfield): 306
——Cataloging legal literature (Enyingi, Lembke, and Mittan): 303-4
——CDMARC subjects (Library of Congress): 434-37
——Changing technology: opportunity and challenge (Trezza, ed.): 438-41
——Characteristics of subject authority records in the machine-readable Library of Congress subject headings (Markey and V izine-Goetz) : 312-14
——Classification made simple (Hunter): 308-9 Collection development (Library and Information Research Group; Corrall, ed.): 205-6
——Collection development policy statement, 1989 (Columbia University Libraries): 431-32
——The complete cataloguing [sic] reference set (Olson and Swanson): 191
——Current technologies in the library (Crawford): 194-95
——Dewey decimal classification, 20th ed.: 186-91
——Essential guide to the library IBM PC, v.11. Acquisitions systems for libraries (Desmarais): 96
——Ethical challenges in librarianship (Hauptman, ed.): 193-94
——Expert systems (Fenly): 317-18
——Forms for automated library systems (Kershner): 320
——The future of the public library (OCLC): 207 Hebraica cataloging (Maher): 89-90
——Human relations in library network development (Townley): 318-19
——If you want to evaluate your library .. . (Lancaster): 202
——Implementing the automated library system (Corbin): 314-16
——The in-house option (Webb): 199
——Influencing the system designer (Dempsey, ed.): 432-34
——Intellectual property rights in an electronic age (Library of Congress Network Advisory Committee): 319
——International information (Hajnal, ed.): 192-93
——Libraries and the search for academic excellence (Breivik and Wedgeworth): 207-8
——Libraries in the '90s (Riggs and Sabine): 203-4
——Library and archival disaster: 88
——Library literature in the 1980s (Stenstrom and Montanelli, eds.): 202-3
——Library of Congress rule interpretations, 1st ed.: 197-98
——The Linked Systems Project (Fenly and Wiggins, eds.): 191-92
——Microcomputer software for performing statistical analysis (Hernon and Richardson): 316-7
——The nature of information (Young): 90-91
——New horizons for the information professional (Annual Conference of Information Scientists; Dyer and Tseng, eds.): 204-5
——Newspapers in the library (Upham, ed.): 195-96
——Preservation of library materials (Smith, ed.): 95-96
——Preservation Planning Project Study Team final report (University of Pittsburgh Libraries): 93-95
——Preserving the word (Library Association; Palmer, ed.): 199-200
——Public access to government information, 2d ed. (Hernon and McClure): 437-38
——Remote access to online catalogs in ARL libraries: 88-89
——Serials control and deselection projects: 305-6
——The smaller academic library (McCabe, ed.): 91-92
——Tapping the government grapevine (Robinson): 92-93
——A topography of cataloguing, showing the most important landmarks, communications, and perilous places (Piggott): 304-5
——The twenty-first century (Taylor, Mann, and Munro): 206-7
——Understanding the library microcomputer systems (Palmer): 316
——What is user friendly? (Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing; Lancaster, ed.): 87
——Women in LC's terms (Dickstein, Mills, and Waite): 86-87

"Bowker/Ulrich's Award" 423-25

Bradley, Doris A.: 420 (port.)

Buchanan, George E.: 75 (port.)

Budgets, Library: 198-99 (r)

Burdick, Amrite J.: 367-73

Buxtin, David T: 96 (r)

C

Callahan, Patrick F.: 195-96 (r)

Cargill, Jennifer: 202-3 (r)

Caron, Herbert: 425 (port.)

Carrigan, Dennis P.: 421-23

Cataloging: 304-5 (r)
——Study and teaching: 374-81

"Cataloging and Classification Section annual report" 62-63

Catalogs, Online: 344-57; 88-89 (r); 432-34 (r)

"Challenges for serials automation" 166-71

Chan, Lois Mai: 66-68; 421-23; (about); 421 (port.)

Children
——Library services: 393-99

Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Scitech Documentation and Information Center: 272-74

Chinese materials
——Cataloging, Online: 140-51

Circulation control: 331-34
——Bibliography: 333-34

Classification: 308-9 (r)

Classification, Dewey: 66-68; 186-91 (r)

Cochrane, Pauline A.: 70-71

Coe, D. Whitney: 70 (port.)

Collection development: 15-28; 29-36; 205-6 (r); 431-32 (r)
——Personnel: 153-60

"Collection development officer, a reality check" 153-60

"Condition survey of the United States History, Local History, and Genealogy Collection of the New York Public Library" 274-81

Copyright: 319 (r)

"Council of Regional Groups annual report" 63

Crawford, Walt: 314-16 (r)

Crismond, Linda: 320 (about; port)

Curran, Charles: 281-83

D

Davis, Susan: 227-39; 8 (c)

DeCandido, Robert: 274-81

"Decimal Classification Editorial Policy Committee annual report, July 1, 1987-June 30, 1988" 66-68

Descriptive cataloging: 258-70; 179-81 (r); 191 (r)
——Bibliography: 267-70
——Library of Congress: 197-98 (r)

Desktop publishing
——Product reviews: 79-83

"Dewey decimal classification, 20th edition" 186-91

Disaster preparedness plans: 88 (r)

Dodson, Suzanne Cates: 248-57

E

"An editor's new year's resolutions" 5

"An educational challenge: teaching cataloging and classification" 374-81

Epple, Margie: 92-93 (r); 437-38 (r)

"Esther J. Piercy Award, 1988" 70-71

"Esther J. Piercy Award, 1989" 420-21

Evaluation of library services: 202 (r)

Expert systems: 317-18 (r)

F

Farrell, David: 15-28

Farrington. Jean W.: 65-66; 77 (port.)

Fitzgerald, Michael: 72 (port.)

"Form headings in subject cataloging" 134-39

Freilich, Mary K.: 305-6 (r)

Frost. Carolyn O.: 344-57

G

Gamal, Sandra Hodges: 102 (c)

Gapen, D. Kaye: 285-96

Genealogy materials
——New York: 274-81

Gleim, David: 316-17 (r)

Gorman, Michael: 181-86; 8 (c)

Government publications: 92-93 (r); 192-93 (r); 437-38 (r)

Graham, Crystal: 328 (c)

H

Hanscom, Martha: 88 (r); 199-200 (r)

"Hardware consideration for automated serials systems" 56-59

Harris, Carolyn: 429-30; 420 (port.)

Health sciences materials
——Collection development: 367-73

Hearn, Stephen: 434-37 (r)

Hebraic materials
——Cataloging: 89-90 (r)

Heitshu, Sara: 200-201 (r)

Hensley, Charlotta C.: 77-78; 77 (port.); 91-92 (r); 318-19 (r)

Hepfer, Will: 55; 165

Hewitt, Joe A.: 105-22; 75-76 (about); 75 (port.); 191-92 (r)

"High-tech shopping for serials automation" 55-59; 165-72

Hill, Janet Swan: 258-70; 8-9 (c); 422 (port.)

Holley, Robert P.: 62-63; 72 (port.); 207-8 (r)

Horny, Karen L.: 194-95 (r)

Horrocks, Norman: 10 (c)

I

Indexing: 204 (r)

Information sciences: 85-86 (r)

International government publications: 192-93 (r)

Intner, Sheila S.: 8 (c); 422 (port.)
——Dewey decimal classification, 20th edition: 186-91
—— A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step: 325-26
——New Year's resolutions: 5
——A rose is a rose is a rose: 101

Ivey, Robert T.: 88-89 (r)

J

Japanese materials
——Cataloging, Online: 140-51

Jasper, Richard P.: 87 (r); 438-41 (r)

Jenkins, Fred W.: 431-32

Johnson, Peggy: 153-60

Johnson, Richard D.: 85-96; 179-208; 303-20; 431-41; 102 (c); 320 (r)

Jones, Ed: 196-97 (r)

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step" 325-26

K

Koger, Ellen: 308-9 (r)

Korean materials
——Cataloging, Online: 140-51

Kovacs, Beatrice: 374-81

Kranz, Jack: 358-65

L

Lagasse, Carol: 199 (r)

Lanier, Don: 193-94 (r)

Laning, Melissa A.: 86-87 (r); 197-98 (r)

Law libraries
——Futurics: 206-7(r)

Legal materials
——Cataloging: 303-5 (r)

Lehman, Thomas: 206-7 (r)

Leonardi, Catherine: 191 (r)

Librarians
——Ethics: 193-94 (r)

Library materials
——Conditions surveys: 274-81

Library networks: 123-33; 318-19 (r)

Library science: 204-5 (r)
——Futurics: 203-4 (r)

Linked Systems Project: 191-92 (r)

Linkins, Germaine C.: 202 (r)

"The literature of description and cataloging, 1988" 258-70

"The literature of online public access catalogs, 1980-85" 344-57

Local history materials
——New York: 274-81

Longstreth, Karl E.: 217-26

Longstreth, Karl: 306 (r)

Lynch, Clifford A.: 306-8 (r)

Lynden, Frederick C.: 425-26 (about); 425 (port. )

M

"Margaret Mann Citation, 1988" 72-74

"The Margaret Mann Citation, 1989" 421-23

Markey, Karen: 37-53; 70-71 (about); 70 (port.)

Matthews, Elizabeth W.: 303-4 (r)

Maxwell, Margaret F.: 179-81 (r)

McCombs, Gillian M.: 204-5 (r)

McKern, Debra: 160-63

Merrill-Oldham, Jan: 173-74

Merriman, John B.: 423-25 (about); 424 (port.)

Microcomputers
——Library use: 96 (r); 316 (r)

Microforms: 299-302

Miller-McIrvine, Rian: 166-71

Muller, Karen: 213-14

N

NCIP, see North American Collections Inventory Project

"Networks and school library media centers" 123-33

"New Year's resolutions" 5

New York Public Library. United States History, Local History, and Genealogy Collection: 274-81

Newspapers: 195-96 (r)

Nitecki, Joseph Z.: 90-91 (r)

Noguchi, Sachid: 140-51

Nonbook materials
——Cataloging: 335-43
——Cataloging-Bibliography: 340-43
——Dictionaries: 201-2 (r)

North American Collections Inventory Project: 15-28

"The North American Collections Inventory Project" 15-28

"Notes on research and operations" 153-60; 272-83; 414-19

O

OCLC: 140-51

Olson, Nancy B.: 335-43

"On the nature of acquisitions" 105-22

O'Neill, Rosanna M.: 432-34

Osborn, Charles B.: 203-4 (r)

P

Palmer, Judith Lee: 205-6 (r)

Pan, Shuchun: 272-74

Parker, Elisabeth B.: 420-21

"A partial list of referees" 12-13

Percelli, Irene M.: 424 (port.)

Photocopiers: 160-63; 297-302

Piccolo, Cecilia: 79-83; 175-78; 297-302

Potter, William Gray: 85-86 (r)

Preservation of library materials: 217-26; 274-81; 414-19; 93-95 (r); 95-96 (r); 199-200 (r); 306 (r)
——Bibliography: 220-26

Product reviews: 297-302

"The preservation of library materials in 1988" 217-26

"Preservation of Library Materials Section: annual report" 173-74

Public libraries
——Futurics: 206-7 (r)

"Public-use copiers in library services" 160-63

Publishers and publishing: 79-83
——Library science: 202-3 (r)

R

Rast, Elaine K.: 423-25

Rather, Lucia J.: 72-74

Reed-Scott, Jutta: 15-28

Reid, Marion T.: 61; 70 (port.)

Reidelbach, John: 425-26; 425 (port.)

Reproduction of library materials: 248-57
——Bibliography: 253-57
——Product reviews: 297-302

"The reproduction of library materials: 1988 in review" 248-57

"Reproduction of Library Materials Section annual report" 64-65

Resources and Technical Services Division: 61; 62-63; 64-65; 65-66; 101; 172-73; 173-74; 429-30

"Resources & technical services news" 79-83; 175-78; 297-302

"Resources Section-Blackwell North America Scholarship Award, 1988" 75-76

"Resources Section: annual report" 172-73

Richmond, Phyllis A.: 312-14 (r)

RLIN: 140-51

"RLIN CJK versus OCLC CJK" 140-51

"RTSD annual report" 61; 429-30

Rush, James E.: 56-59

S

Saunders, Laverna M.: 198-99 (r)

Schenk, William Z.: 172-73; 75 (port.)

School libraries: 123-33

Schubert, Irene L.: 7 (c)

Schwartz, Candy: 317-18 (r)

"Science and technology approval plans compared" 382-92

"Science Citation Index data as a safety net for basic science books considered for weeding" 367-73

Science materials
——Acquisition: 382-92
——China: 272-74

"The secret page" 281-83

Sellberg, Roxanne: 426-27 (about); 427 (port.)

Serial publications: 227-39
——Bibliography: 235-39
——China: 272-74
——Selection: 305-6 (r)

Serials control systems: 196-97 (r); 305-6 (r)
——Automation: 56-59; 166-71

"Serials Section annual report" 65-66

"Serials Section Bowker/Ulrich's Serials Librarianship Award, 1988" 77-78

"Serials services in the Scitech Documentation and Information Center of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences" 272-74

"Shall we throw out the technical services-and then what?" 284-96

Shipman, John: 75-6 (about); 75 (port.)

Siegel, Ira: 77 (port.)

Somers, Sally: 75 (port.)

St. Clair, Gloriana: 382-92

Statistical analysis
——Computer software: 316-17 (r)

Stephens, Dennis: 7-8 (c)

"Subject access literature, 1988" 240-47

Subject cataloging: 400-412
—— Bibliography: 240-47

Subject headings, Library of Congress: 86-87 (r); 434-37 (r)
——Authority records: 37-53; 312-14 (r)
——Form subdivisions: 134-39
——References: 37-53

Swanson, Edward: 335-43; 443-47

Swartzell, Ann: 93-95 (r); 95-96 (r)

Swora, Tamara: 64-65

T

Tamblyn, Eldon W.: 204 (r)

"The teaching of cataloging in U.S. library schools" (Sellberg; Jan. 1988): 7-8 (c)

Technical services: 284-85; 285-96

Technology materials
——Acquisition: 382-92
——China: 272-74

Toyama, Ryoko: 331-34

"Transition and change: technical services at the center" 285-96

Treadwell, Jane: 382-93

Tucker, Ben R.: 72-74 (about); 72 (port.)

U

"Untraced references in the machine-readable Library of Congress subject headings" 37-53

V

Van Orden, Phyllis J.: 123-33

Vandergrift, Kay E.: 393-99

Vizine-Goetz, Diane: 37-53

W

Wadsworth, Robert Woodman: 309-12 (r)

Walker, Gay: 414-19

Walsdorf, John: 425 (port.)

Wang, Vicky: 304-5 (r)

Weber, Lisa B.: 420-21 (about); 420 (port.)

Weeding: 367-73

Wei, Karen T.: 140-51

Weihs, Jean: 201-2 (r)

Weintraub, D. Kathryn: 284-85

Welsch, Erwin K.: 28-36

Widera, Michele A.: 192-93 (r)

Wilkes, Adeline W.: 123-33

Wolner, Theresa J.: 240-47

Women
——Subject headings: 86-87 (r)

Woody, Janet: 316 (r)

"Writing technical specifications for database authorization" 358-65

Y

"The year's work in circulation control, 1988" 331-33

"The year's work in descriptive cataloging and ..." (Hill; July 1988): 8 (c); 8-9 (c)

"The year's work in nonbook processing, 1988" 335-43

"The year's work in serials, 1988" 227-39

"You never outgrow your need for learning" 213-14

Younger, Jennifer: 63

Youth
——Library services: 393-99

Yuster, Leigh: 77 (port.); 424 (port.)