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  • Business of Chemistry: An Overview. 

    Wagner, A. Ben (2009-06-10)
    This presentation reviews free and subscription web-based and print resources providing information on the chemical industry. The intended audience was chemical librarians who often are more experienced in technical ...
  • Criminal law: cases and materials, 4th ed. 

    Binder, Guyora (2014-03-07)
    Criminal Law: Cases and Materials, 4th ed. provides and interdisciplinary approach to the study of criminal law. The text addresses the purposes and limits of punishment and considers the meaning and types of crime. ...
  • Evaluating Journals/Databases: Saving Money: Old and New Tools 

    Wagner, A. Ben (2008-05-22)
    The presentation reviews what metrics and considerations go into journal and database evaluation, especially cancellation decisions, in light of tight or declining library budget. Cost per use is becoming the dominant ...
  • Evaluating Library Discovery Tools through a Music Lens 

    Belford, Rebecca (American Library Association, 2014-01)
    This paper outlines how to use specialized cataloging to evaluate discovery tools for library collections. An awareness of the capability offered by bibliographic records and data for specialized materials enables libraries ...
  • Finding Physical Properties 

    Wagner, A. Ben; Shackle, Linda (2005-06-07)
    A practical guide and introduction to searching for properties of compounds and materials. The presentation focuses on the process, but also covers some of the major resources, but free and subscription.
  • Finding Physical Properties of Chemicals: A Practical Guide for Scientists, Engineers, and Librarians 

    Wagner, A. Ben (Routledge, 2001)
    Free Internet resources that provide a significant amount of physical property information are critically reviewed. These free Web sites cannot totally replace classic print sources and online subscription databases. ...
  • Finding Physical Properties of Chemicals: A Practical Guide for Scientists, Engineers, and Librarians. [Revised] 

    Wagner, A. Ben (Routledge, 2011-08-17)
    Free Internet resources that provide a significant amount of physical property information are critically reviewed. These free Web sites cannot totally replace classic print sources and online subscription databases. ...
  • Finding Physical Properties of Chemicals: A Practical Guide for Scientists, Engineers, and Librarians. [Revision 3] 

    Wagner, A. Ben (2014-04-16)
    Free Internet resources that provide a significant amount of physical property information are critically reviewed. These free Web sites cannot totally replace classic print sources and online subscription databases. ...
  • From Sensuous to Sexy: The Librarian in Post-Censorship Print Pornography 

    Squires, David (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2014)
    This chapter argues that the sexy librarian stereotype emerged at the end of the twentieth century from the confluence between sexual liberation, free speech movements and print pornography. It focuses on a series of ...
  • The Fruit Belt: A Conservation District Proposal 

    PD581, Graduate Studio in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning (2011-03-02)
    The Fruit Belt neighborhood, located withing the greater City of Buffalo Downtown area, is one of the oldest neighborhoods remaining in the region. This Report has four sections: History of the Fruit Belt, Current Conditions, ...
  • Get Cited or Perish: The h-index & Researcher Incentives for Open Access 

    Wagner, A. Ben (2009-10-26)
    Increasingly, citations to one’s publications are being used as part of the evaluation of dossiers, departments, and even in the evaluation of grants. Hence, it is important to not only figure out where to publish, but ...
  • HISTORICAL LANDMARKS IN HEAD AND NECK CANCER SURGERY 

    Shedd, Donald P. (The American Head and Neck Society, 1999)
  • Hyperlocal Libraries 

    Lyons, Charles F. (Media Source Inc, 2009-07-15)
    While Google has been busy making good on its mission "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful," it has been less successful at making your community's local information accessible ...
  • Impact of flat-rate contracts on information services and behavior 

    Wagner, A. Ben (2001-02)
    The impact of the availability of flat-rate online literature databases on the services of a corporate chemical research library and its patrons was studied. This includes flat-rate services marketed directly to end users ...
  • info-poland.buffalo.edu 

    Gessner, Peter K. (2014-06-12)
    This is a zip file downloaded from the website on 6/11/2014. To execute it on a PC, unzip the file in a directory called: /home/uldmjl/websites/poland3. Open index.html to open the website.
  • Institutional self-citation rates: A three year study of universities in the United States 

    Hendrix, Dean (Akadémiai Kiadó / Springer, 2009-11)
    Using Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) data, this paper calculated institutional self citations rates (ISCRs) for 96 of the top research universities in the United States from 2005-2007. Exhibiting similar temporal ...
  • Justification for Keeping Print Journal Subscription Form 

    Wagner, A. Ben (2009-05-05)
    This handy 1-page form provides a checklist of reasons a library would continue to maintain a print subscription rather than going electronic only.
  • The Library: A Distinct Local Voice? 

    Lyons, Charles (First Monday, 2007-03-05)
    Librarians collaborating with their patrons and using technology to tap deeper into the reservoirs of local knowledge within their communities? Creating and becoming active participants in locally-focused online communities, ...
  • Managing Tradeoffs in the Electronic Age 

    Wagner, A. Ben (Wiley, 2003-10)
    An overview of the development of electronic resources over the past three decades is provided, discussing key features, disadvantages, and benefits of traditional online databases and CD-ROM and Web-based resources. This ...