New issue of Library Philosophy and Practice Mary Bolin 28 Sep 2001 00:43 UTC

  Volume 4, number 1 (Fall 2001) of Library Philosophy and Practice is
now available at

Contents of Vol. 4, no. 1:

Feature Articles:

Elaine Nowick
Using Server Logfiles to Improve Website Design

Jennifer Hammond
Community Resources as Part of the School Library Collection

LPP issued a call for papers from students of library and information
science. Beginning with the Fall 2001 issue, we will feature one or more
of these papers, which represent work from students in the US and

Library and Information Science Student Paper:
M. Christina Vasanthi
The Changing Environment of Academic Libraries: End-User Education and
Planning Strategies for Libraries in India

Library Philosophy and Practice is a peer-reviewed electronic journal
publishing articles that demonstrate the connection between library
practice and the philosophy and theory which are behind it. These include
explorations of current, past, and emerging theories of librarianship and
library practice, as well as reports of successful, innovative, or
experimental library procedures, methods, or projects in all areas of
librarianship, set in the context of applied research. See LPP's homepage
for instructions for authors.

Mary K. Bolin,
Gail Z. Eckwright,
editors, Library Philosophy and Practice

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