Table of Contents

LRTS v. 35, no. 2, April 1991


AACR2 Rules Used in Assigning Access Points for Books in Two Subjects: Implications for Automatic Cataloging Expert Systems

Roy Meador III and Glenn R. Wittig

Improving Access to New Interdisciplinary Materials

Howard Pikoff

A Taxonomy of Bibliographic Relationships

Barbara B. Tillett

The Catalog of the Deutsche Staatsbibliothek as a Bibliographical Resource

John Rutledge, Will Owen, and Frank Newton

Automated Systems and Subcollection Designations

Margie Epple and Bernice Cinder

A Study of Indexing: Consistency between Library of Congress and British Library Catalogers

Yasar Tonta

Preservation Microfiche: A Matter of Standards

Myron B. Chace

User Acceptance of Library Catalog Results: An Exploratory Study

Tschera Harkness Connell

Analysis of Selection Activities to Supplement Approval Plans

Jean L. Loup and Helen Lloyd Snoke

Personal Name Variations: Implications for Authority Control in Computerized Catalogs

Tamara S. Weintraub


LRTS 1990 Referees

Book Reviews

Richard D. Johnson, Editor

Instructions for Authors

Index to Advertisers