الببليوجرافيات باللغة الإنجليزية Bibliography in English language

  • American music librarianship: A research and information guide.

Carol June Bradley New York: Routledge, 2005 DESCRIPTION: xv, 382 p.

Abstract:

Comprehensive bibliography of writings from the 1890s to 2000, arranged by broad topic: collection development and management; cataloguing and classification; administration; general studies; librarians; libraries; education for librarianship; professional organizations. Very brief abstracts. Indexes: author; subject/name. Subsections titled “Bibliography,” “Discography,” and “Periodical indexes and related literature” have their own indexes.

  • International bibliography of bibliographies in library and information science and related fields.

HenrykSawoniak, Maria Witt München, [Germany]: K.G. Saur, [1999]–2003 DESCRIPTION: v. <1; in 3>, <2; in 3>

 Abstract:

Describes nearly 20,000 bibliographies devoted to librarianship and related topics. Vol. I, in three physical volumes, covers 1945–1978. Vol. II, also in three physical volumes, covers 1979–1990. Entries for both time periods are arranged in a detailed classification, with general works (e.g., bibliographies covering national LIS literatures, lists of theses) followed by bibliographies on particular disciplines, topics, and subtopics. Final volumes (I/3 and II/3) list writings about the development and documentation of LIS literature and include author, title, subject, and geographical indexes. Scope is international and multilingual, with strong coverage of Eastern and Western Europe 

  • International bibliography of bibliographies in library and information science and related fields.

HenrykSawoniak, Maria Witt München, [Germany]: K.G. Saur, [1999]–2003 DESCRIPTION: v. <1; in 3>, <2; in 3>

Abstract:

Describes nearly 20,000 bibliographies devoted to librarianship and related topics. Vol. I, in three physical volumes, covers 1945–1978. Vol. II, also in three physical volumes, covers 1979–1990. Entries for both time periods are arranged in a detailed classification, with general works (e.g., bibliographies covering national LIS literatures, lists of theses) followed by bibliographies on particular disciplines, topics, and subtopics. Final volumes (I/3 and II/3) list writings about the development and documentation of LIS literature and include author, title, subject, and geographical indexes. Scope is international and multilingual, with strong coverage of Eastern and Western Europe.

  • library and Information Science: Bibliography

This section includes classic bibliographies in library science, arguably of interest only to readers seeking a comprehensive view of the field over time or at a particular point in its history. Also described here are more recent bibliographies on an assortment of specialized topics. As in most disciplines, fewer and fewer specialized bibliographies are being published in LIS, due to the ease of conducting tailored subject searches in online databases and digital repositories. See Library and Information Science > General Works > Indexes; Abstract Journals; Databases for the tools to create your own bibliography.

  • Librarians in fiction: A critical bibliography.

Grant Burns Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1998 DESCRIPTION: v, 185 p.

Abstract:

Critically assesses 343 English language novels, short stories, and plays for adult readers that feature librarians as characters. Includes bibliography of secondary works. Author/title index. To find lists that include more recent citations, search the Web for the words “librarians” and “fiction.”

  • Librarianship and information science in the Islamic world, 1966–1999: An annotated bibliography.

Sterling Joseph Coleman Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2005 DESCRIPTION: ix, 425 p.

Abstract:

Defines the “Islamic world” geographically and arranges entries in 35 sections by region and country. Includes articles, books, conference papers, dissertations, and reports in English and other Western languages. Non-English titles are translated. Due to the availability of other bibliographies, noted in the preface, entries for Saudi Arabia begin with 1994 and for Turkey, with 1985. Author index; no approach by subject. See also Libraries and information in the Arab world: An annotated bibliography

  • Research publications.

http://www.oclc.org/research/publications/default.htm Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) Dublin, Ohio: Online Computer Library Center (OCLC)

Abstract:

Decade-by-decade bibliography of published research sponsored by OCLC. For recent years, most citations include links to full text. See also the searchable OCLC Research Publications Repository­­

  • Annual bibliography of the history of the printed book and libraries.

International Federation of Library Associations Dordrecht [The Netherlands]: Springer, 1970–2000 DESCRIPTION: 31 v.

Abstract:

Publisher varies. At head of title: ABHB. Since 1989, edited by staff of the KoninklijkeBibliotheek (Royal Library of the Netherlands) under the auspices of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Lists scholarly books, articles, and dissertations about the history of (1) printed books, (2) the arts, crafts, techniques, and equipment of book manufacture, and (3) the economic, social, and cultural environment surrounding the production, distribution, conservation, and description of books. A classed list with name indexes. International, multilingual. Most citations include a few descriptive words. Includes section, “Libraries, librarianship, scholarship, institutions,” arranged geographically. Each volume contains about 5,000 records. Continued by Book History Online.

  • Bibliography of the history of information science and technology, 1900–2004.

http://www.libsci.sc.edu/bob/istchron/Isbiblio5.pdf Robert V. Williams Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina [2004?]

Abstract:

Lists books, journal articles, unpublished materials, and dissertations. Not annotated. Use web browser “find” function to search by keyword.

  • A brief history of the future of libraries: An annotated bibliography.

Gregg Sapp Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2002 DESCRIPTION: xi, 295 p.

Abstract:

Documents predictions within the profession about the effects of information technology on libraries and places them in historical context. Introductory chapter surveys writings about the future of libraries from 1876 to the mid-1970s. Four subsequent chapters (1978–84; 1985–89; 1990–94; 1995–99) open with essays that spotlight major themes, followed by annotated bibliographies arranged by author. Subject index.

  • Library services for distance learning: The fourth bibliography.

http://libraryservicesdistancelearning.oaktonlibrary.wikispaces.net/ Alexander L. Slade, ACRL Distance Learning Section Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Distance Learning Section 2005–

Abstract:

Continues bibliographies published in 1991, 1996, and 2000, with varying authors and titles. Arranged by topic and type of publication; sub-arranged by year, with the earliest entries from 1999. Citations to library surveys, user studies, and case studies are also sub-arranged by country. All citations have abstracts. Author list. Selective subject index. Updated periodically by members of the ACRL Distance Learning Section.

  • American library history: A bibliography of dissertations and theses.

Arthur P. Young, Michael H. Harris Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1988 DESCRIPTION: x, 469 p.

Abstract:

Revised and updated edition of A guide to research in American library history. An annotated subject guide to master’s theses, doctoral dissertations, and some research reports. Describes more than 1,150 items through 1986. Author and subject indexes. For coverage of dissertations and theses since 1990, see the Bibliography of Writings on the History of Libraries, Librarianship, and Book Culture, as well as general online dissertation indexes, such as ProQuest Dissertations and Theses

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