Volume 34 (2000), No. 3/4



Authors
Page


Editorial.

131


Rafael Ball:

Future Trends in Special Library Services.

133


Judith Broady-Preston and Tim Hayward:

Information Specialists in the Corporate Sector: an Analysis of the Training and Education Needs for the 21st Century.

141


Martha K. Heyman:

Speaking IT, Staying a Librarian: Building Successful Relationships with the Information Technology Organization without Losing Your Identity as a Librarian.

153


Charlene Baldwin and Jesús Lau:

Collaboration Between the United States and Mexico: The Legacy of SLA - Supported Linkages.

165


Claire Spaven and Anne Murphy:

Parlez-vouz Technology?: Teaching Information Skills in a Second Language.

179


Alice Keller:

Electronic Journals: a Delphi Survey.

187


Wolfram Neubauer:

The Digitization of Switzerland: a Special Library's Perspective.

194


Widharto Widharto:

Development Information Dissemination Techniques: Direction for Aquaculture Development and Health Planning in Indonesia during and after the Economic Crisis.

199


Susan Henczel:

The Information Audit as a First Step Towards Effective Knowledge Management: an opportunity for the Special Librarian.

210


Anna H. Perrault and Vicki L. Gregory:

Think Global, Act Local: The Challenges of Taking the Website Global.

227


Jeanette Regan:

Networking the Asia-Pacific: a co-operative library venture begun through Special Libraries Associations (SLA) and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).

238



Annual Index.

245



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