Bibliography


Course readings for the semester (required textbook in bold):

  1. Abram, S. (2005, December). Web 2.0 - Huh?! Library 2.0, Librarian 2.0. Information Outlook 9(12):44-46. [E-Reserves]
  2. Abram, S. (2004, October). Twenty Reasons to Love IM. Information Outlook 8(10):40-42. [E-Reserves]
  3. Abram, S. & Luther, J. (2004, May 1). Born with the Chip. Library Journal 129(8):34-7. [E-Reserves]
  4. Ambrose, C.T. (2005, Spring). A Short History of Medical Dictionaries. Pharos 68(2):24-7. [E-Reserves]
  5. Armstrong, T. (2005). Copyright Clearance Center: Providing Compliance Solutions for Content Users. Journal of Library Administration 42(3/4):55-64. [E-Reserves]
  6. Ash, J.S. & Wood, E.H. (2000). Marketing Library Services. In R. Forsman, Ed. Administration and Management in Health Sciences Libraries (Vol 8 in Current Practices in Health Sciences Librarianship). Lanham, MD: MLA and Scarecrow Press.
  7. Atlas, M.C. (2004). Retraction Policies of High-impact Biomedical Journals. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:242–50. [WWW Resource]
  8. Baker, L.M., Kars, M. & Petty, J. (2004). Health Sciences Librarians' Attitudes Toward the Academy of Health Information Professionals. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:323–30. [WWW Resource]
  9. Beck, A. H. (2004). The Flexner Report and the Standardization of American Medical Education. Journal of the American Medical Association 291:2139-40. [E-Reserves]
  10. Blanco, C. (n.d.). How Becoming a Doctor Works. [Available on the Web]
  11. Blansit, B.D. & Connor E. (1999). Making Sense of the Electronic Resource Marketplace: Trends in Health-related Electronic Resources. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 87:243-50. [Available on the Web]
  12. Blecic, D. (2000). Monograph Use at an Academic Health Sciences Library: The First Three Years of Shelf Life. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 88:145-51. [WWW Resource]
  13. Bodenheimer, T. & Grumbach, K. (1995). The Reconfiguration of U.S. Medicine. Journal of the American Medical Association 274:85-90. [E-Reserves]
  14. Boorkman, J. A., Huber, J.T. & Roper, F.W. (2004). Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences, 4th edition. New York: Medical Library Association and Neal-Schuman. [available in Supe Store]
  15. Braun, T.S. (2005). Consumer Health Libraries: What do Patrons Really Want? Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:495–6. [WWW Resource]
  16. Brower S. (2004, Summer). Millennials in Action: A Student-guided Effort in Curriculum-integration of Library Skills. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23(2):81-8. [E-Reserves]
  17. Brown, C. & MacCall, S. L. (2001). Coping with a MEDLIB-L Service Outage. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89:379-385. [WWW Resource]
  18. Bunting, A. (2003). A Greater Voice for Academic Health Sciences Libraries: the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries' Vision. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:155–60. [WWW Resource]
  19. Burke, G.T. & Germain, C.A. (2003). There's Money Out There for You: Writing Personal Grants. College & Research Libraries News 64:155-7, 170. [E-Reserves]
  20. Burrows, S. (2006). A Review of Electronic Journal Acquisition, Management, and Use in Health Sciences Libraries. Journal of the Medical Library Association 94:67–74. [WWW Resource]
  21. Canese, K. (2005, May-June). RSS Feeds Available from PubMed. NLM Technical Bulletin 343:e2. [WWW Resource]
  22. Cassel, C.K. (1996). The Patient-Physician Covenant: An Affirmation of Asklepios. Annals of Internal Medicine 273:1553.  [Available on the Web]
  23. CAPHIS/MLA. (1996). The Librarian's Role in the Provision of Consumer Health Information and Patient Education. Journal of the Medical Library Association 84:238–9. [WWW Resource]
  24. Cleveland, A.D., MacCall, S.L., Prather, I.D., McKnight, J.T., Gibson, I.E., & Morrow, J. (2000). The Clinical Digital Libraries Project: An Experiment of the Feasibility of Providing Large Scale Professional Digital Library Services to Clinical Users. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Medical Librarianship. [Available on the Web]
  25. Coletti, M.H. &, Bleich, H.L. (2001). Medical Subject Headings Used to Search the Biomedical Literature. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 8:317-23. [Available on the Web]
  26. Connor, E. (2002, Winter). Real-Time Reference: The Use of Chat Technology to Improve Point of Need Assistance. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 21(4):1-14. [E-Reserves]
  27. Crawford, W. (2006). Library 2.0 and "Library 2.0." Cites and Insights 6(2). [Available on the Web]
  28. Crawford, W. (2005, July/August). Firefox and Future Dangers: The Open and Closed of It. Online 29(4):45-7. [E-Reserves]
  29. Crawley-Low, J.V. (2002). Collection Analysis Techniques Used to Evaluate a Graduate-level Toxicology Collection. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:241–4. [Available on the Web]
  30. Cuddy, T. M. (2005). Value of Hospital Libraries: The Fuld Campus Study. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:446-9. [Available on the Web]
  31. Cuddy, T.M. & Marchok, C. (2003). Controlling Hospital Library Theft. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:241–4. [Available on the Web]
  32. Daily, G. (2005, April). Aggregating the Aggregators: RSS Reader Round-Up. EContent 28(4):36-41. [E-Reserves]
  33. D.C. Principles. (2004). Washington D.C. Principles For Free Access to Science - A Statement from Not-for-Profit Publishers. [Available on the Web]
  34. De Groote, S. & Dorsch, J. (2001). Online Journals: Impact on Print Journal Usage. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89:372-8. [Available on the Web]
  35. Dervin, B. (2005). Libraries Reaching Out with Health Information to Vulnerable Populations: Guidance from Research on Information Seeking and Use. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93(Supplement):S74-S80. [Available on the Web]
  36. Doyle, J.D. (2003). A Job with a View: Perspectives from the Corporate Side of the Hospital. Journal of the Medical Library Association 84:209-16. [Available on the Web]
  37. Eysenbach, G. & Wyatt, J. (2002). Using the Internet for Surveys and Health Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 4(2):E13. [Available on the Web]
  38. Eysenbach, G. & Diepgen, T. (1998). Towards Quality Management of Medical Information on the Internet: Evaluation, Labelling, and Filtering of Information. BMJ 317:1496-1502. [Available on the Web]
  39. Feinstein, A.R. (2003). Scholars, Investigators, and Entrepreneurs: The Metamorphosis of American Medicine. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 46:234-53. [E-Reserves]
  40. Fichter, D. & Cervone, H.F. (2005). Bogs and Rss. In: Courtney, N. ed. Technology for the Rest of Us. (pp. 55-69). Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. [Available on the Web]
  41. Fowler, D.C. (2005). Licensing: An Historical Perspective. Journal of Library Administration 42(3/4):177-97. [E-Reserves]
  42. Funk, M.E. (2006). Open Access: A Primer. Medical Library Association. [Available on the Web]
  43. Garcia, F.A. et al. (2005). A Comparative Study of Six European Databases of Medically Oriented Web Resources. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:467–79. [Available on the Web]
  44. Garfield, E. (2006). The History and Meaning of the Journal Impact Factor. Journal of the American Medical Association 295:90-93. [E-Reserves]
  45. Gault, Lora, Shultz, Mary, & Davies, Kathy. (2002). Variations in Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) Mapping: From the Natural Language of Patron Terms to the Controlled Vocabulary of Mapped Lists. Journal of the Medical Library Association 90:173-80. [Available on the Web]
  46. Gerhard, K.H. (2005). Pricing Models for Electronic Journals and Other Electronic Academic Materials: The State of the Art. Journal of Library Administration 42(3/4):1-25. [E-Reserves]
  47. Gluck, J.C. et al. (2002). Standards for Hospital Libraries 2002. Journal of the Medical Library Association 90:465–72. [Available on the Web] -- see also: Standards for Hospital Libraries 2002 with 2004 Revisions in JMLA 93: 282–283. [Available on the Web]
  48. Godwin, M. (2006). Digital Rights Management: A Guide for Librarians. ALA OITP Technology Policy Brief. [Available on the Web]
  49. Graves, Karen. (2000). Electronic Reserves: Copyright and Permissions. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 88:18-25. [Available on the Web]
  50. Green, Larry A., et al. (2001). The Ecology of Medical Care Revisited. New England Journal of Medicine 344:2021-2025. [E-Reserves]
  51. Guy, M & Tonkin E. (2006, January). Folksonomies: Tidying up Tags? D-Lib Magazine 12(1). [Available on the Web]
  52. Hartley, J. (2004). Current Findings from Research on Structured Abstracts. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:368–71. [Available on the Web]
  53. Hastings, S.K. & Lewis, E.C. (2005). Let's Get Digital. In: Courtney, N. ed. Technology for the Rest of Us. (pp. 133-53). Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. [Available on the Web]
  54. Haughton, S. & Schmidt, A. (2005, July/August). Web-Based Chat vs. Instant Messaging: Who Wins? Online 29(4):26-30. [E-Reserves]
  55. Health on the Net (n.d.). HON Code of Conduct (HONcode) for Medical and Health Web Sites. Health on the Net Foundation. [Available on the Web]
  56. Hesse, B.W. et al. (2005). Trust and Sources of Health Information: The Impact of the Internet and its Implications for Health Care Providers: Findings from the First Health Information National Trends Survey. Archives of Internal Medicine 165:2618-24. [E-Reserves]
  57. Higa, M.L., et al. (2005). Redesigning a Library's Organizational Structure. College and Research Libraries 66:41-58. [E-Reserves]
  58. Hill, D., Stickell, H. & Crow, S. (2003). Brandon/Hill Selected List of Books and Journals for the Small Medical Library. [Available on the Web]
  59. Hill, Dorothy and Stickell, Henry. (2003). Brandon/Hill Selected List of Books and Journals in Allied Health. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:18-33. [Available on the Web]
  60. Hill, D. and Stickell, H. (2002). Brandon/Hill Selected List of Nursing Books and Journals. Nursing Outlook 50(3):100-113. [Available on the Web]
  61. Hillan, J. (2003). Physician Use of Patient-centered Weblogs and Online Journals. Clinical Medicine & Research 1:333-5. [Available on the Web]
  62. Hodges, B. (2005). The Many and Conflicting Histories of Medical Education in Canada and the USA: An Introduction to the Paradigm Wars. Medical Education 39:613-21. [E-Reserves]
  63. Hollander, S. (2000). Providing Health Information to the General Public: A Survey of Current Practices in Academic Health Sciences Libraries. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 88:62-9. [Available on the Web].
  64. Holst, R. & Funk, C.J. (2005). State of the Art of Expert Searching: Results of a Medical Library Association Survey. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:45–52. [Available on the Web]
  65. Holst, R. & Phillips, S.A. (2000). MLA Guide to Managing Health Care Libraries. New York: Neal-Schuman.
  66. Humphreys, B. (2002). Adjusting to Progress: Interactions between the National Library of Medicine and Health Sciences Librarians, 1961–2001. Journal of the Medical Library Association 90:4-20. [Available on the Web]
  67. Jacobson, S. (2003). Present at the Creation: The Founding and Formative Years of the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:149–54. [Available on the Web]
  68. Johnson S.A. & Romanello, M.L. (2005). Generational Diversity: Teaching and Learning Approaches. Nurse Educator 30:212-6. [E-Reserves]
  69. Johnson, R. K. (2005). Open Access: Unlocking the Value of Scientific Research. Journal of Library Administration 42(2):107-24. [E-Reserves]
  70. Kelly, B. (2005). Web Focus: Experiences of Using a Wiki for Note-taking at a Workshop. Ariadne Issue 42. [Available on the Web]
  71. Kennedy, R.S. (2004). Weblogs, Social Software, and New Interactivity on the Web. Psychiatric Services 55:247-9. [Available on the Web]
  72. Kim, S. & Leem, C.S. (2005). Security of the Internet-based Instant Messenger: Risks and Safeguards. Internet Research 15:88-98. [E-Reserves]
  73. Kipnis, D.G. & Childs, G.M. (2004, Winter). Educating Generation X and Generation Y: Teaching Tips for Librarians. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23(4):25-33. [E-Reserves]
  74. Kronenfeld, M.R. (2005). Trends in Academic Health Sciences Libraries and Their Emergence as the “Knowledge Nexus” for Their Academic Health Centers. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:32–9. [Available on the Web]
  75. Kroski, E. (2006). The Hype and the Hullabaloo of Web 2.0 [Weblog post]. Infotangle Weblog. [Available on the Web]
  76. Kroski, E. (2005). The Hive Mind: Folksonomies and User-Based Tagging [Weblog post]. Infotangle Weblog. [Available on the Web]
  77. Kupferberg, N. & Hartel, L.J. (2004). Evaluation of Five Full-text Drug Databases by Pharmacy Students, Faculty, and Librarians: Do the Groups Agree? Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:66–71. [Available on the Web]
  78. Lipscomb, C.E. (2003). Librarian Supply and Demand. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:7–10. [Available on the Web]
  79. Lipscomb, C.E. (2000). Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 88:265-6. [Available on the Web]
  80. Lowe, H.J. & Barnett, G.O. (1994). Understanding and Using the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) Vocabulary to Perform Literature Searches. Journal of the American Medical Association 271:1103-8. [E-Reserves]
  81. MacCall, S.L. (2006(a)). Online Medical Books: Their Availability and an Assessment of How Health Sciences Libraries Provide Access on their Public Websites. Journal of the Medical Library Association 94:75–80. [Available on the Web]
  82. MacCall, S.L. (1999). The Web in Actual Clinical Practice: Problems and Prospects. Journal of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama 3(3/4):12-17.
  83. MacCall, S.L., Cleveland, A.D., & Gibson, I.E. “Outline and Preliminary Evaluation of the Classical Digital Library Model.” Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science 1999 Annual Meeting, 1999, pp. 33-46. [Available on the Web]
  84. Machado, C. K. (2003, Winter). Just MeSHing Around! MeSH and LCSH in Rowland Medical Library's Catalog. Mississippi Libraries 67(4):116-19. [E-Reserves]
  85. Madge, B. & Plutchak, T.S. (2005). The Increasing Globalization of Health Librarianship: A Brief Survey of International Trends and Activities. Health Information and Libraries Journal 22(Supplement 1):20-30. [E-Reserves]
  86. Magee, R. (2004). Medical Practice and Medical Education 1500-2001: An Overview. ANZ Journal of Surgery 74:272-6. [E-Reserves]
  87. Martin, E.R., et al. (2003). The Leadership Reconsidered Symposium: Report. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:251–7. [Available on the Web]
  88. McCray, A.T. (2005). Promoting Health Literacy. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 12:152-63. [E-Reserves]
  89. Medical Library Association. (2005). Role of Expert Searching in Health Sciences Libraries: Policy Statement by the Medical Library Association Adopted September 2003. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:42-4. [Available on the Web]
  90. Mejias, U.A. (2005). Tag Literacy [Weblog entry]. IDEANT Weblog. [Available on the Web]
  91. Miller, P. (2005). Web 2.0: Building the New Library. Ariadne (Online) no. 45 (October 2005). [Available on the Web]
  92. Miller, N., Lacroix, E. M. & Backus, J. (2000). MEDLINEplus: Building and Maintaining the National Library of Medicine's Consume Health Web Service. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 88:11-7. [Available on the Web].
  93. Moran, M. (2004). From Whence They Came: Medical Education. Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia 93:27-30. [E-Reserves]
  94. Orick J.T. (2004, Fall). The Business of Negotiating for Hospital Librarians. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23(3):61-9. [E-Reserves]
  95. Parker, R. & Kreps, G.L. (2005). Library Outreach: Overcoming Health Literacy Challenges. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93(Supplement):S81-S85. [Available on the Web]
  96. Pritchard S.J. & Weightman A.L. (2005). MEDLINE in the UK: Pioneering the Past, Present and Future. Health Information and Libraries Journal 22(Supplement 1):38-44. [E-Reserves]
  97. Rensberger, D. (2005, May). Firefox: An Alternative Browser to Theirs. Searcher 13(5):17-20. [E-Reserves]
  98. Richards, D. T. & Eakin, D. (1997). Collection Development and Assessment in Health Sciences Libraries. Lanham, MD: Medical Library Association and Scarecrow Press.
  99. Riva, G. (2002). The Sociocognitive Psychology of Computer-Mediated Communication: The Present and Future of Tehcnology-Based Interactions. CyberPsychology and Behavior 5:581-98. [E-Reserves]
  100. Roper, F.W. (2006). The Medical Library Association's Professional Development Program: A Look Back at the Way Ahead. Journal of the Medical Library Association 94:8–18. [Available on the Web]
  101. Saha, S., Saint, S. & Christakis, D.A. (2003). Impact Factor: A Valid Measure of Journal Quality? Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:226–32. [Available on the Web]
  102. Scherrer, C.S. (2004). Reference Librarians' Perceptions of the Issues They face as Academic Health Information Professionals. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:226–32. [Available on the Web]
  103. Scherrer, C.S. & Jacobson, S. (2002). New Measures for New Roles: Defining and Measuring the Current Practices of Health Sciences Librarians. Journal of the Medical Library Association 90:164–72. [Available on the Web]
  104. Schmidt, A. & Stephens, M. (2005). IM Me. Library Journal 130(6):34-5. [E-Reserves]
  105. Schmidt, C.M. & Eckerman, N.L. (2001). Circulation of Core Collection Monographs in an Academic Medical Library. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89:164-169. [Available on the Web].
  106. Schoch, N.A. & Shooshan, S.E. (1997). Communication on a Listserv for Health Information Professionals: Uses and Users of MEDLIB-L. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 85:23-32. [Available on the Web]
  107. Schott, M.J. (2004). PubMed Enhancements: Fulfilling the Promise of a Great Product. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 23(4):1-11. [E-Reserves]
  108. Seivert, M.E., Patrick, T. and Reid, J.C.. (2001). Need a Bloody Nose be a Nosebleed? Or, Lexical Variants cause Surprising Results. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89:68-71. [Available on the Web]
  109. Shaw-Kokot, J. & de la Varre, C. (2001). Using a Journal Availability Study to Improve Access. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89:21-8. [Available on the Web]
  110. Shedlock, J. & Walton, L. (2006). Developing a Virtual Community for Health Sciences Book Selection: Doody Core Titles. Journal of the Medical Library Association 94:61–66. [Available on the Web]
  111. Shedlock J. & Walton, L. (2004) An Academic Medical Library Using LibQUAL+ TM: The Experience of the Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University. Journal of Library Administration 40(3/4):99-110. [E-Reserves]
  112. Shedlock, J. & Byrd, G.D. (2003). The Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries Annual Statistics: A Thematic History. Journal of the Medical Library Association 91:178–85. [Available on the Web]
  113. Shields, M.C. & Shields, M.T. (2003). Working with Generation X Physicians. Physician Executive 29(6):14-18. [E-Reserves]
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  117. Smith, C.A. (2005). An Evolution of Experts: MEDLINE in the Library School. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:53–60. [Available on the Web]
  118. Smith, C. (2004). A Longitudinal Study of the Culture of MEDLIB-L. Journal of Hospital Librarianship 4(1):29 - 43. [Available on the Web]
  119. Smith, K.H. (2001, Fall). Health InfoNet of Jefferson County: Collaboration in Consumer Health Information Service. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 20(3):13-21. [E-Reserves]
  120. Sollaci, L.B. & Pereira, M.G. (2004). The Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion (IMRAD) Structure: A Fifty-year Survey. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:364–71. [Available on the Web]
  121. Sood et al (2004). Using Advanced Search Tools on PubMed for Citation Retrieval. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 79:1295-9. [Available on the Web]
  122. Storey, T. (2005, April, May, June). The Long Tail and Libraries. OCLC Newsletter No. 268. [Available on the Web]
  123. Tennant, M. et al. (2001). Customizing for Clients: Developing a Library Liaison Program from Need to Plan. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89:8-20. [Available on the Web]
  124. Tenopir, C., King, D.W. & Bush A. (2004). Medical Faculty's Use of Print and Electronic Journals: Changes over Time and in Comparison with Scientists. Journal of the Medical Library Association 89:8-20. [Available on the Web]
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  126. Tonkin, E. (2005). Making the Case for a Wiki. Ariadne Issue 42. [Available on the Web]
  127. Turner, R. (2004). Agents, Intermediaries, and Journal Licensing. Journal of the Medical Library Association 92:315–22. [Available on the Web]
  128. Vaughn, J. et al. (2005). Campus Copyright Rights and Responsibilities: A Basic Guide to Policy Considerations. Association of American Universities, with the ARL, AAUP & AAP. [Available on the Web]
  129. Watson, E.M. (2005). Subject Knowledge in the Health Sciences Library: An Online Survey of Canadian Academic Health Sciences Librarians. Journal of the Medical Library Association 93:459–66. [Available on the Web]
  130. Webster, P. (2006, Winter). Bit by Bit. Library Journal NetConnect [Quarterly insert]. Winter 2006:16-17.  [Available on the Web]
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  135. Wyatt, A.M. (2005). Licenses, the Law, and Libraries. Journal of Library Administration 42(3/4):163-76. [E-Reserves]
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