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Subject Index to Third World Libraries and World Libraries Volumes 1–15 (1990–2005).

Initial articles are ignored in filing. For full titles of articles and books reviewed, see the author entry. Book reviews are included only under “Book Reviews.” Articles are listed under country as well as topic. Third World Libraries is abbreviated as TWL. World Libraries is abbreviated as WL. Please note: Not all entries have the URLs included for the online edition. The URLs will be added as the articles are digitized and become available online. All articles will be available online in the Spring of 2009.

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Aboriginal Peoples.

“Improving & Delivering Effective Library Services for Aboriginal Peoples in Saskatchewan: A Canadian Province’s Approach to Answering the Needs of the Aboriginal Community.” Wendy Sinclair–Sparvier. WL 12–1: 32–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sinclair_v12n1.shtml.

Academic Libraries.

“Academic Libraries in Two Hemispheres: Different Cultures and a Shared Vision.” Mary M. Wagner and Kathleen D. Rickert. WL 12–2: 49–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/wagnerricket_v12n2.shtml.

“The Acquisition, Management and Bibliographic Control of Government Publications in Nigerian University Libraries.” C.O. Ajidahun. WL 14–2: 46–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ajidahun_v14n2.shtml.

“Closed–stack Model and the Culture of Librarianship in Nicaraguan Academic Libraries.” Frank J. Lepkowski. TWL 3–1: 62–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/lepkowski_v03n1.shtml.

“Computerization of Nigerian University Libraries.” U. Selong Edem. TWL 3–2: 65.

“The Development of Libraries in Cambodia.” John D’Amicantonio. WL 8–1: 36–41.

“Funding for University Libraries in the Third World.” B.U. Nwafor. TWL 1–1: 22–27, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/nwafor_v01n1.shtml.

“The Importance of Sharing Resources: The Experience of the Committee for Cooperation among University Libraries in Guatemala.” Raquel Flores. TWL 3–1: 79–84.

“Job Satisfaction among University Library Cataloguers in Nigeria.” I.A. Alao. WL 7–2: 68–77, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/alao_v07n2.shtml.

“Librarianship in Lebanon in the Post–Civil War Period.” Elizabeth Vernon. TWL 4–2: 36–41, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/vernon_v04n2.shtml.

“Libraries at the ‘End of Russia.’” Betty Ronayne. WL 10–1&2: 6–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/ronayne_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Management Problems in Readers’ Services: The Nigerian Experience.” Betty I. Ifidon. WL 10–1&2: 43–52, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/ifidon_v10n1-2.shtml.

“The National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 56 Years of Cultural Mission.” Ernes Kujundžić.WL 11–1&2: 67–74.

“Nigerian University Libraries and the World Bank Loan.” Ahmed Abdu Balarabe. TWL 5–2: 30–45.

“Observations on South African University Libraries.” Al Kagan. WL 7–1: 45–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/kagan_v07n1.shtml.

“Planning for Collection Development in the Twenty–First Century.” Sam E. Ifidon. WL 7–2: 27–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/ifidon_v07n2.shtml.

“Preserving the Past, Preparing for the Future: Modern Chinese Libraries and Librarianship, 1898–2000.” Roy L. Sturgeon.WL 14–1: 45–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/sturg_v14n1.shtml.

“Profile of an African Library: Fourah Bay College.” Wilma L. Jones. TWL 5–2: 22–29.

“Professional Competencies among Librarians and Information Professionals in the Knowledge Era.” Anjali Gulati and R.L. Raina. WL 10–1&2: 11–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/gulati_v10n1-2.shtml

“Public and University Library Service to China’s Development of Market Economy.” Richard D. Ellis. WL 8–2: 12–38.

“Resource Sharing in the Caribbean, with Specific Reference to the University of the West Indies.” Tereza Annette Richards. TWL 4–2: 31–32, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/richards_v04n2.shtml.

“The Situation of Kabul University Library: Its Past and Present.” Abdul Rasoul Rahin. WL 8–2: 69–73.

“Structure of Influence in Library and Information Science Research in Nigeria.” M. Afolabi. WL 7–2: 93–112.

“A Study of the Information Seeking Behavior of Undergraduate Students of Makerere University, Uganda.” Miriam Kakai, R. Ikoja–Odongo, and I.M.N. Kigongo–Bukenya. WL 14–1: 57–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kakai_v14n1.shtml.

“Subject Specialisation at the University of Botswana Library and the Rand Afrikaans University Library: A Comparative Study.” Edwin Qobose. WL 9–2: 5–18.

“Theft and Mutilation; The Bane of Library Resources Development: Ramat Library Security Experience.” Bola Mebude Akinnigbagbe. WL 11–1&2: 17–29.

“Thesis Writing and Preservation at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad: A Librarian’s Input.” Reginald Clarke. WL 10–1&2: 31–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/clarke_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Trends in Collection Growth in Nigerian University Libraries." Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 3–2: 62.

“University Library Buildings in the Tropics: A Literature Survey.” Betty I. Ifidon. TWL 1–1: 34–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/ifidon_v01n1.shtml.

“The World Bank Credit Facility to Nigerian Universities: Impact on Information Supply to Third–Generation University Libraries.” V.N. Ozowa and N.N. Sule. WL 7–2: 19–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/ozowa_v07n2.shtml.

Acquisitions.

“The Acquisition, Management and Bibliographic Control of Government Publications in Nigerian University Libraries.” C.O. Ajidahun. WL 14–2: 46–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ajidahun_v14n2.shtml.

“A Book Buyer in Algeria.” Abazar Sepehri. TWL 2–2: 43–46, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/sepehri_v02n2.shtml.

“A Book Buyer in Tunisia.” Abazar Sepehri. TWL 2–1: 54–60, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/sepehri_v02n1.shtml.

Adult Education.

“Adult Education in Sierra Leone: What Role for Libraries?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 14–1: 81–88, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kargbo_v14n1.shtml.

Afghanistan.

“The Situation of Kabul University Library: Its Past and Present.” Abdul Rasoul Rahin. WL 8–2: 69–73.

Africa.

“Agricultural Information Networking in Africa: Status and Prospects.” George Gundu Shibanda. TWL 6–1: 24–28.

“The Challenge of Medical Librarianship in Africa.” Daniel Newton Obaka. TWL 2–1: 14–16, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/obaka_v02n1.shtml.

“Cooperative Organizations for Schools of Library and Information Science.” Wallace Koehler. WL 14–2: 27–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/koehler_v14n2.shtml.

“The Cost of Getting Books Read in Rural Africa: Estimates from a Survey of Library Use in Burkina Faso.” Michael Kevane and Alain Joseph Sissao. WL 14–2: 36–45, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kevane_v14n2.shtml.

“Imposing Libraries: The Establishment of National Public Library Services in Africa, With Particular Reference to Kenya.” Diana Rosenberg. TWL 4–1: 35–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/rosenberg_v04n1.shtml.

“Information for Successful Agriculture.” L.O. Aina. TWL 2–1: 49–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/aina_v02n1.shtml.

“National Library and Information Policies for Africa.” Anaba A. Alemna. TWL 6–1: 31–36.

“Using the Ghanaian Journal Research Review as an Example for Demonstrating Access to African Research and Scholarship.” Lorna Peterson. WL12–2: 73–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/peterson_v12n2.shtml.

AFRINUL. See Cooperative African Newspaper Project.

Agriculture.

“Agricultural Information Networking in Africa: Status and Prospects.” George Gundu Shibanda. TWL 6–1: 24–28.

“Information for Successful Agriculture.” L.O. Aina. TWL 2–1: 49–533, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/aina_v02n1.shtml.

Algeria.

“A Book Buyer in Algeria.” Abazar Sepehri. TWL 2–2: 43–46, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/sepehri_v02n2.shtml.

American Library Association.

“The American Library Association and Cuba’s Libraries: An Overview 2001 to 2004.” John Berry. WL 13–1&2: 13–22, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/berry_v13n1-2.shtml.

“The International Relations Round Table of the American Library Association.” WL 9–1: 53–58.

Apartheid.

“Libraries and Apartheid, with Particular Reference to the Transvaal.” Jacqueline A. Kalley. TWL 6–2: 54–71.

Archives.

“The Urge to Preserve: Cuban Collaborations.” Jeanne Drewes. WL 13–1&2: 91–99, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/drewes_v13n1-2.shtml.

Argentina.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 14–1: 7–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/buenos_v14n1.shtml.

“The Issue of Librarianship in Argentina.” Josefa Emilia Sabor. TWL 3–1: 40–46.

“Professional Situation of Librarians in the Rio de La Plata Area.” Ricardo Rodríguez Pereyra. TWL 4–2: 45, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/pereyra_v04n2.shtml.

ASCUBI. See Cuban Library Association.

Automation.

“Library Automation and Networking in India: Problems and Prospects.” S.D. Vyas. WL 8–1: 27–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol08no1/vyas_v08n1.shtml.

“Standards for Library Automation in Korea.” Gertrude S. Koh. TWL 4–1: 26–34, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/koh_v04n1.shtml.

Bangladesh.

“Information Network on Rural Development (INRD), Bangladesh.– Leelangi Wanasundra. TWL 5–1: 11–16, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/wanasundera_v05n1.shtml.

“Librarian Training and Professional Opportunities in Bangladesh.” Jody Bales Foote and S.M. Mannan. TWL 6–2: 10–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol06no2/foote_v06n2.shtml.

“Libraries and Librarianship in Bangladesh.” Jody Bales Foote. TWL 5–2: 59–66.

Bibliographic Databases.

“South American Authors in Major Bibliographic Databases.” Gretchen Whitney. TWL 2–1: 29–48, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/whitney_v02n1.shtml.

Binational Centers.

“Chile’s Binational Center Library.” Elizabeth N. Steinhagen and María Teresa Herrero. TWL 2–2: 36–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/steinhagen_v02n2.shtml.

“New Waves: USIS and Binational Center Libraries in Central America.” Rachel Barreto Edensword. TWL 3–1: 85–92.

Biographies.

Ariosa Morales, Olinta in: “Olinta Ariosa Morales.” Marta Terry González. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 11–12, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/gonzalez_morales_v13n1-2.shtml.

Azikiwe, Nnamdi in: “Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, 1904–1966, First President of Nigeria.” C.C. Aguolu and I.E. Aguolu. WL 7–2: 9–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/aguolu_v07n2.shtml.

Collings, Dorothy G. in: “Dorothy G. Collings.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 11–1&2: 7–16, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol11no1-2/jackson_v11n1-2.shtml.

Dhlomo, Herbert Isaac Ernest in: “Herbert Isaac Ernest Dhlomo and the Development of Library Service to the African in South Africa.” R. Alain Everts. TWL 3–2: 7–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/everts_v03n2.shtml.

Dickinson, Asa Don in: “Asa Don Dickinson.” Mumtaz Ali Anwar. TWL 1–2: 7–15, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/anwar_v01n2.shtml.

Downs, Robert B. in: “Robert B. Downs.” William V. Jackson. TWL 4–1: 8–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/jackson_v04n1.shtml.

“A Few Good Men and Women.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 6–1: 7–9, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol06no1/marco_v06n1.shtml.

Fussler, Herman H. in: “Herman H. Fussler (1915–1997) and the Creation of the Center for Research Libraries.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 15–1: 3–9, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/fussler_v15n1.shtml.

Harris, William John in: “William John Harris.” Maxwell A. Oyinloye. TWL 2–2: 7–9, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/oyinloye_v02n2.shtml.

Havard–Williams, Peter in: “Peter Havard–Williams.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 6–2: 7–8, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol06no2/marco_v06n2.shtml.

Lancour, Harold in: “Harold Lancour and West African Librarianship.” Basil Amaeshi. TWL 1–1: 6–8, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/amaeshi_v01n1.shtml.

Lancour, Harold in: “Harold Lancour.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 1–1: 5–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/marco_v01n1.shtml.

Laula, Elsa in: “Elsa Laula and Karla Stenberg, the First Sámi Woman Writers.” Vuokko Hirvonen. WL 12–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/hirvonen_v12n1.shtml.

Milam, Carl H. in: “Carl H. Milam.” Peggy Sullivan. WL 14–2: 3–9, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/milam_v14n2.shtml.

Moid, Abdul in: “Abdul Moid.” Anis Khurshid. TWL 5–1: 6–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/khurshid_v05n1.shtml.

Munthe, Gerhard in: “Wilhelm and Gerhard Munthe.” Johan Koren. WL 12–2: 7–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/koren_v12n2.shtml.

Munthe, Wilhelm in: “Wilhelm and Gerhard Munthe.” Johan Koren. WL 12–2: 7–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/koren_v12n2.shtml.

Nasution, A.S. in: “A.S. Nasution.” W.L. Williamson. TWL 4–2: 7–8, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/williamson_v04n2.shtml.

Pala, Francis Otieno in: “Francis Otieno Pala, 1931–1987.” J.S. Musisi. TWL 5–2: 6–7, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no2/musisi_v05n2.shtml.

Penna, Carlos Victor in: “Carlos Victor Penna.” Josefa E. Sabor. WL 9–1: 31–37, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol09no1/sabor_v09n1.shtml.

Ranganathan, S.R. in: “S.R. Ranganathan.” D.J. Foskett. TWL 2–1: 7–9, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/foskett_v02n1.shtml.

Sevensma, Tietse Pieter in: “Tietse Pieter Sevensma.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–1: 5–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/sevensma_v14n1.shtml.

Sheniti, Dr. El Sayed Mahmoud El in: “Prof. Dr. El Sayed Mahmoud El Sheniti.” Mohamed M. El Hadi. WL 7–1: 7–8, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/hadi_v07n1.shtml.

Shepard, Marietta Daniels in: “Marietta Daniels Shepard.” Susan Shattuck Benson. TWL 3–1: 9–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/benson_v03n1.shtml.

Stenberg, Karla in: “Elsa Laula and Karla Stenberg, the First Sámi Woman Writers.” Vuokko Hirvonen. WL 12–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/hirvonen_v12n1.shtml.

Bolivia.

“Academic Libraries in Two Hemispheres: Different Cultures and a Shared Vision.” Mary M. Wagner and Kathleen D. Rickert. WL 12–2: 49–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/wagnerricket_v12n2.shtml.

Book Reviews.

Achieving the Optimum Curriculum. Diana Rosenberg. Reviewed by Ashabai Chinyemba. TWL 5–2: 84–86.

Africa. Edward Bever. Reviewed by Michael Seng. WL 8–1: 71–72.

The African Social Situation: Crucial Issues Facing Contemporary Africa. Reviewed by Hans Panofsky. TWL 3–2: 66–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/panof_v3n2.shtml.

African Studies Companion. Hans M. Zell, editor. Reviewed by Phyllis Bischof. TWL 1–2: 59–60.

The African Studies Companion. Hanz M. Zell and Cecile Lomer. Reviewed by Diana Rosenberg. WL 8–1: 73–75.

Africana Resources and Collections: Three Decades of Development and Achievement. Julian W. Witherell, editor. Reviewed by Margaret Anderson. TWL 1–1: 47–48 and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/anderson_v01n1.shtml.

Agricultural Information in Africa. L.O. Aina, A.M. Kanika, and J.B. Ojimbo, editors. Reviewed by George Gundu Shibanda. TWL 6–2: 93–94.

ALA World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services. Second edition. Robert Wedgeworth, editor. Reviewed by P.B. Mangla. TWL 1–1: 49–51, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/mangla_v01n1.shtml.

Applying Research to Practice. Leigh Stewart Estabrook. Reviewed by Fritz Veit. TWL 4–1: 72–74.

Banned Publications of Pakistan. Mumtazul Islam. Reviewed by Anis Khurshid. TWL 1–2: 68–69.

Bartholomew Udemmadu Nwafor, 1939–1991. Michael Wise, compiler. Reviewed by Ajibola Maxwell Oyinloye. WL 9–1: 68–70.

Bibliography of the Colon Classification 1930–1993. M.P. Satija and Amrik Singh, editors. Reviewed by R.N. Sharma. TWL 5–2: 86–87.

Bibliography on Africa. R.P. Sood. Reviewed by Hans Panofsky. TWL 1–2: 72.

Biographical Directory of National Librarians. Frances Laverne Carroll and Philip J. Schwartz, editors. Reviewed by William Vernon Jackson. TWL 2–1: 70–71, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/jackson_v2n1.shtml.

Building Libraries for the 21st Century: The Shape of Information. Terry D. Webb, editor. Reviewed by William Vernon Jackson. WL 10–1&2: 55–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/jackson-bk_v10n1-2.shtml.

Bridge Builders: African Experiences with Information and Communication Technology. Reviewed by Michael E.D. Koenig. WL 7–1: 69–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/koenig_v07n1.shtml.

Cataloging and Classification Standards and Rules. John J. Riemer, editor. Reviewed by Gertrude S. Koh. WL 8–1: 76–78.

Collection Development in African University Libraries — Challenges and Frustrations. Sam E. Ifidon. Reviewed by Diana Rosenberg. TWL 2–1: 75–76, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/rosenberg_v2n1.shtml.

Comparative African Experiences in Implementing Educational Policies. John Craig. Reviewed by Francis X. Sutton. TWL 2–1: 73–74, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/sutton_v2n1.shtml.

Dewey Decimal Classification. Lois Mai Chan and Joan S. Mitchell, editors. Reviewed by R. Conrad Winke. WL 9–1: 65–66.

Dewey Decimal Classification. Lois Mai Chan, John Phillip Comaromi, and Mohinder Partap Satija. Reviewed by Mary Brady. TWL 5–1: 58–59.

Dictionary of Development. Brian W.W. Welsh and Pavel Butorin, editors. Reviewed by Guy A. Marco. TWL 1–2: 61.

Dictionary of Dictionaries. Thomas Kabdebo and Neil Armstrong. Reviewed by Tze–chung Li. WL 8–2: 74–75.

Digital Image Access & Retrieval. P. Bryan Heldorn and Beth Sandore, editors. Reviewed by Gertrude S. Koh. WL 8–2: 75–78.

Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Second edition. B.C. Bloomfield, editor. Reviewed by Theodore Spahn. WL 8–2: 79–81.

Documentation and Bibliographic Control of the Humanities in India. L.S. Ramaiah and M. Kanakachary, editors. Reviewed by R.N. Sharma. TWL 3–2: 68, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/sharma_v3n2.shtml.

Education and Training of Information Professionals: Comparative and International Perspectives. G.E. Gorman, editor. Reviewed by Gretchen Whitney. TWL 1–2: 62–63.

Emerging Democracies and Freedom of Information: Proceedings of a Conference of the International Group of the Library Association (IGLA) Oxford, September 1994. Barbara Turfan, editor. Reviewed by Norman Horrocks. TWL 6–2: 89–90.

Employment Opportunities, USA: A Career News Service, 1998. Reviewed by Bill Crowley. WL 9–1: 60–61.

Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture. Luis Martinez–Fernández, D.H. Figueredo, Louis Pérez, Jr., and Luis González, editors. Reviewed by Dennis Gooler. WL 13–1&2: 101–102, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/gooler_v13n1-2.shtml.

Europa World Year Book 1989. Reviewed by William Brace. TWL 1–1: 52–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/brace_v1n1.shtml.

Global Links: A Guide to Key People and Institutions Worldwide. Cynthia J. Levy and Jeffrey D. Schulz, editors. Reviewed by Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 51–52.

Global Ties through Information: Papers Presented at the State–of–the–Art Institute, October 17–19, 1988, Washington, D.C. Reviewed by John N. Gathegi. TWL 1–2: 64–67.

Government of India Libraries: Their Growth, Development, and Services. Anuradha Gupta. Reviewed by M.P. Satija. TWL 5–2: 87–89.

Guide to Archives and Manuscript Collections in the United States. Donald L. DeWitt, compiler. Reviewed by Terence Crowley. TWL 4–2: 55–56.

Guide to Current Indexing and Abstracting Services in the Third World. G.E. Gorman and J.J. Mills. Reviewed by Nick Moore. TWL 3–2: 69.

Historical Dictionary of Ghana. Second edition. David Owusu–Ansah and Daniel Miles McFarland. Reviewed by Anaba A. Alemna. TWL 6–1: 56–57.

Historical Dictionary of Iran. John H. Lorentz, editor. Reviewed by John F. Harvey. TWL 6–2: 86.

Historical Dictionary of Saudi Arabia. J.E. Peterson. Reviewed by Penelope Tuson. TWL 4–2: 51–52.

Historical Dictionary of Thailand. May Kyi Win and Harold E. Smith. Reviewed by Aree Cheunwattana and Wutdichai Moolsilpa. TWL 6–2: 87–88.

The History of Cuba. Clifford L. Staten. Reviewed by Dennis Gooler. WL 13–1&2: 101–102, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/gooler_v13n1-2.shtml.

A History of Information Storage and Retrieval. Foster Stockwell. Reviewed by Robert V. Williams. WL 11–1&2: 83–84.

If You Want to Evaluate Your Library. Second edition. F. Wilfrid Lancaster. Reviewed by Alphonse Trezza. TWL 4–1: 69–70.

Indexing and Abstracting in Theory and Practice. F. Wilfrid Lancaster. Reviewed by Richard A. Davis. TWL 2–1: 77–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/davis_v2n1.shtml.

Information and Information Systems. Michael Buckland. Reviewed by Mary Frances Watson. TWL 2–2: 62–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/watson_v02n2.shtml.

Information and Libraries in the Developing World. Anthony Olden and Michael Wise, compilers and editors. Reviewed by Su Xin Lu. TWL 5–2: 91–92.

The Information Challenge. Ch’ng Kim See, editor. Reviewed by Roderick Cave. TWL 6–2: 84–85.

Information Processing. Reviewed by Péter Jacsó. TWL 4–1: 72.

Information Seeking and Subject Representation: An Activity–theoretical Approach to Information Science. Birger Hjørland. Reviewed by R. Conrad Winke. WL 9–1: 64–65.

International Biographical Directory of National Archivists, Documentalists, and Librarians. Frances Laverne Carroll, editor and compiled by Susan Houck. Reviewed by Chih Wang. WL 8–2: 82–83.

International Biographical Directory of National Archivists, Documentalists, and Librarians. Second edition. Jeffrey M. Whilhite, Todd J. Kosmerick, and Laurie Scrivner, editors. Reviewed by Michael Dowling. WL 10–1&2: 60–61, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/dowling-bk_v10n1-2.shtml.

International Business Information. Ruth A. Pagell and Michael Halperin. Reviewed by Herbert S. White. TWL 5–1: 60.

International Librarianship. K.C. Harrison. Reviewed by Fritz Veit. TWL 1–1: 54–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/veit_v1n1-54.shtml.

The Internet, Networking and the Public Library. Sarah Ormes and Lorcan Dempsey, editors. Reviewed by Patrick Dewey. WL 8–2: 83–85.

Introduction to Health Sciences Librarianship. Frank R. Kellerman. Reviewed by Aletha A. Kowitz. WL 8–2: 86–87.

Kister’s Best Encyclopedias: A Comparative Guide to General and Specialized Encyclopedias. Kenneth F. Kister. Reviewed by Lois Buttlar. TWL 5–1: 54–56.

Languages of the World: Cataloging Issues and Problems. Martin D. Joachim, editor. Reviewed by Eric J. Hunter. TWL 4–2: 49–50.

The Librarian’s Companion: A Handbook of Thousands of Facts and Figures on Libraries, Librarians, Books, Newspapers, Publishers, Booksellers. Second edition. Vladimir F. Wertsman. Reviewed by Tze–chung Li. WL 7–1: 71–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/li_v07n1.shtml.

Librarianship and Library Science in India: An Outline of Historical Perspectives. Mohamed Taher and Donald Gordon Davis, Jr. Reviewed by P.B. Mangla. TWL 6–1: 53–56.

Libraries. Candida Höfer. Reviewed by Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–2: 69–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/vala_v14n2.shtml.

Libraries and Librarianship in Japan. Theodore F. Welch. Reviewed by William S. Wong. WL 8–1: 79.

Libraries and Scholarly Communication in the United States: The Historical Dimensions. Phyllis Dain and John Y. Cole, editors. Reviewed by Hans Panofsky. TWL 1–1: 56–57, http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/panofsky_v01n1.shtml.

Libraries: Global Reach — Local Touch. Kathleen de la Peña McCook, Barbara J. Ford, and Kate Lippincott, editors. Reviewed by Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 52–53.

Libraries in Africa. Anthony Olden. Reviewed by Diana Rosenberg. TWL 6–2: 91–92.

Libraries, Archives and Information Technology: An Annotated Bibliography, 1970–1990, Part 1. B.M. Gupta, editor. Reviewed by M.P. Satija. TWL 2–1: 79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/satija_v2n1.shtml.

Libraries, Literacy and Learning: Essays in Honour of the Hon. Joyce Lilieth Robinson. K.E. Ingram, editor. Reviewed by Roderick Cave. TWL 6–1: 58–59.

Library Research Models. Thomas Mann. Reviewed by Maxine H. Reneker. TWL 4–2: 53–54.

Library/Information Science Education for the 21st Century. Bendik Rugaas. Reviewed by Peter Havard–Williams. TWL 4–1: 74–76.

Management of Training and Staff Development. June Whetherly. Reviewed by Fritz Veit. TWL 5–1: 53–54.

Measuring the Impact of Information on Development. Michel J. Menou, editor. Reviewed by Diana Rosenberg. TWL 5–2: 89–91.

Memorable Journey: Commemorating 25 years of CONSAL (Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians), 1970–95. Khoo Siew Mun, editor. Reviewed by W.L. Williamson. WL 7–1: 73–74.

Nigerian Periodicals Index. B.U. Nwafor, editor. Reviewed by A.M. Oyinloye. TWL 2–1: 80–81, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/oyinloye_v2n1.shtml.

Nouvelles Alexandries; Les Grands Chantiers de Bibliothèques dans le Monde. Michel Melot, editor. Reviewed by William Vernon Jackson. WL 10–1&2: 55–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/jackson-bk_v10n1-2.shtml.

Out in the Cold: Academic Boycotts and the Isolation of South Africa. Lorraine J. Haricombe and F.W. Lancaster. Reviewed by Reuben Musiker. TWL 6–2: 82–83.

Outwitting History: The Amazing Adventures of a Man Who Rescued a Million Yiddish Books. Aaron Lansky. Reviewed by Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–1: 89–90, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/vala_v14n1.shtml.

The Panjab Library Primer. Asa Don Dickinson. Reviewed by M.P. Satija. TWL 5–1: 56–57.

Personal Professional Development and the Solo Librarian. Sue Lacey Bryant. Reviewed by Faye Powell. TWL 6–2: 80–81.

The Practice of Conservation of Library Materials in Sub–Saharan Africa. M.E. Ojo–Igbinoda. Reviewed by Diana Rosenberg. TWL 4–1: 68–69.

Preparing the Information Professional: An Agenda for the Future. Sajjad ur Rehman. Reviewed by Johan Koren. WL 10–1&2: 62–63, http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/koren-bk_v10n1-2.shtml.

Presenting Information. Clare Nankivell and Michael Schoolbred. Reviewed by Fritz Veit. TWL 6–1: 59–60.

Preserving Library Materials: A Manual. Second edition. Susan G. Swartzburg. Reviewed by Theodore Spahn. TWL 5–2: 82–84.

Public Enterprise Management: International Case Studies. Ali Farazmand, editor. Reviewed by Bill Crowley. WL 8–1: 80.

Publishing and Book Development in Sub–Saharan Africa: An Annotated Bibliography. Hans M. Zell and Cécile Lomer. Reviewed by David L. Easterbrook. WL 7–1: 75–76.

Publishing and Development in the Third World. Philip G. Altbach, editor. Reviewed by Norman Horrocks. TWL 2–2: 67–68, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/horrocks_v02n2.shtml.

The Quiet Struggle: Libraries and Information for Africa. R. Paul Sturges and Richard Neill. Reviewed by Basil Amaeshi. TWL 3–2: 74–75.

Reinvention of the Public Library for the 21st Century. William L. Whitesides, editor. Reviewed by Bill Crowley. WL 9–1: 59–60.

Research and Evaluation for Information Professionals. Robert M. Losee, Jr. and Karen A. Worley. Reviewed by Maxine Reneker. TWL 4–1: 77–78.

S.R. Ranganathan, an Intellectual Biography. Girja Kumar. Reviewed by P.B. Mangla. TWL 3–2: 70–71.

S.R. Ranganathan and the Method of Science. M.P. Satija. Reviewed by Faye Powell. TWL 3–2: 72–73.

The SCOLMA Directory of Libraries and Special Collections on Africa in the United Kingdom and Europe. Fifth revised and expanded edition. Tom French, compiler and editor. Reviewed by Guy A. Marco. TWL 4–1: 71.

The Silent Revolution in Africa: Debt, Development, and Democracy. Fantu Cheru. Reviewed by Japhet Otike. TWL 2–1: 72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/otike_v2n1.shtml.

Social Science Information in India: Efforts towards Bibliographical Control. S.D. Vyas. Reviewed by M.P. Satija and R.S. Sandhu. TWL 4–1: 78–80.

State of the Modern Information Professional, 1992–1993: An International View of the State of the Information Professional and the Information Profession in 1992–1993. Reviewed by Jean Tague–Sutcliffe. TWL 4–2: 57–58.

Success Factors for Fee–Based Information Services. Irene Wormell. Reviewed by M.P. Satija. WL 9–1: 67–68.

Survey of the Skills and Training Needs of Information Professionals in Kenya. Diana Rosenberg. Reviewed by Sr. Lauretta McCusker and Rose Mabwa. TWL 1–2: 70–71.

Textbooks in the Third World: Policy, Content and Context. Philip G. Altbach and Gail P. Kelly, editors. Reviewed by Carol Priestley. TWL 1–1: 58–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/priestley_v01n1.shtml.

Translating an International Education to a National Environment. Julie Tallman and Joseph Ojiambo. Reviewed by John F. Harvey. TWL 1–2: 73–75.

Uganda: An Annotated Bibliography of Source Materials (with Particular Reference to the Period since 1971 and up to 1988). Cherry Getzel. Reviewed by Diana Rosenberg. TWL 2–2: 65–66, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/rosenberg_v02n2.shtml.

University Libraries in Africa: A Review of Their Current State and Future Potential. Diana Rosenberg, editor. Reviewed by Al Kagan. WL 9–1: 61–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol09no1/kagan_v09n1.shtml.

Who Are You? Identification, Description, and Surveillance in Early Modern Europe. Valentin Groebne. Reviewed by Edward J. Valauskas. WL 15–1: 99–100, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/vala_v15n1.shtml.

Who’s Who in Library & Information Science Training Institutions in Africa. L.O. Aina, editor. Reviewed by Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 3–2: 76.

The World Encyclopedia of Library and Information Services. Robert Wedgeworth, editor. Reviewed by Penelope Papangelis and Guy A. Marco. TWL 4–2: 59–62.

World Guide to Special Libraries. Edited by Bettina Bartz, Ruth Lochar, and Helmut Opitz. Second edition. Reviewed by Inez Ringland. TWL 2–2: 69–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/ringland_v02n2.shtml.

World Librarianship: Its International and Comparative Dimension: An Annotated Bibliography, 1976–1992. A.M. Abdul Huq. Reviewed by Anis Khurshid. WL 7–1: 77–78.

Writings on African Archives. John McIlwaine. Reviewed by Anthony Olden. WL 8–1: 81–82.

Bookmobiles.

“Creating a Library Plan for the Sámi in Sweden.” Peter Sarri. Translated by John Koren. WL 12–1: 71–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_v12n1.shtml.

“Rural Libraries in Cuba: Experiences in Camagüey.” Emma Presilla Andréu. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 53–63, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/andreu_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Sámi Library Service in Norway.” Liv Inger Lindi. WL 12–1: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/lindi_v12n1.shtml.

Bosnia and Herzegovina.

“The National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 56 Years of Cultural Mission.” Ernes Kujundžić. WL 11–1&2: 67–74.

Botswana.

“Librarianship in Botswana: A Review of Recent Literature.” Lisa Bendoff. TWL 6–1: 10–15.

“Subject Specialisation at the University of Botswana Library and the Rand Afrikaans University Library: A Comparative Study.” Edwin Qobose. WL 9–2: 5–18.

Brazil.

“Cooperation for Brazilian Libraries.” Maria Alice Barroso. TWL 3–1: 36–39.

“A History of the Fundação Biblioteca Nacional (FBN) and its Role in the Creation of National Library Reading Initiatives in Brazil.” Alma C. Ortega. WL 14–2: 55–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ortega_v14n2.shtml.

Burkina Faso.

“The Cost of Getting Books Read in Rural Africa: Estimates from a Survey of Library Use in Burkina Faso.” Michael Kevane and Alain Joseph Sissao. WL 14–2: 36–45, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kevane_v14n2.shtml.

Cambodia.

“The Development of Libraries in Cambodia.” John D’Amicantonio. WL 8–1: 36–41.

Canada.

“Improving & Delivering Effective Library Services for Aboriginal Peoples in Saskatchewan: A Canadian Province’s Approach to Answering the Needs of the Aboriginal Community.” Wendy Sinclair–Sparvier. WL 12–1: 32–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sinclair_v12n1.shtml.

Caribbean.

“Access to Information in the English–Speaking Caribbean.” Shamin Renwick. TWL 6–2: 20–28.

“Medical Libraries in the Caribbean and Central America.” Cheryl R. Dee. TWL 3–1: 51–58.

“Problems of Regional Library Education in the Caribbean.” O.O. Ogundipe. TWL 4–2: 18–30, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/ogundipe_v04n2.shtml.

“Resource Sharing in the Caribbean, with Specific Reference to the University of the West Indies.” Tereza Annette Richards. TWL 4–2: 31–32, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/richards_v04n2.shtml.

“Thesis Writing and Preservation at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad: A Librarian’s Input.” Reginald Clarke. WL 10–1&2: 31–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/clarke_v10n1-2.shtml.

“What Caribbean Librarians Want from Caribbean Publishers.” Shamin Renwick. WL 12–2: 65–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/renwick_v12n2.shtml.

Cataloging.

“ARABMARC: A Long Way to Go.” Zahiruddin Khurshid. WL 8–2: 60–68.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

CAORC. See Council of American Overseas Research Centers.

Center for Research Libraries.

“Area Studies Microform Projects at the Center for Research Libraries.” James Simon. WL 15–1: 48–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon2_v15n1.shtml.

“The Center for Research Libraries: An Overview.” Bernard F. Reilly. WL 15–1: 10–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/reilly_v15n1.shtml.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

“The International Coalition on Newspapers.” Linda Ronan. WL 15–1: 73–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ronan_v15n1.shtml.

“A Library Without Borders.” Diane Ryan. WL 15–1: 80–90, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ryan_v15n1.shtml.

“Notes on Financing The Center for Research Libraries.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 15–1: 20–28, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/jackson_v15n1.shtml.

“The Pioneers: Herman H. Fussler (1915–1997) and the Creation of the Center for Research Libraries.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 15–1: 3–9, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/fussler_v15n1.shtml.

“Science–Technology–Medical Resources at the Center for Research Libraries.” Mary Wilke and Ginger Reilly. WL 15–1: 91–97, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/wilke_v15n1.shtml.

Central America.

“Medical Libraries in the Caribbean and Central America.” Cheryl R. Dee. TWL 3–1: 51–58.

“New Waves: USIS and Binational Center Libraries in Central America.” Rachel Barreto Edensword. TWL 3–1: 85–92.

Chile.

“Chile’s Binational Center Library.” Elizabeth N. Steinhagen and María Teresa Herrero. TWL 2–2: 36–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/steinhagen_v02n2.shtml.

China.

“Conference Report: Resource Sharing, China.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 2–2: 53–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/gam_v02n2.shtml.

“New Developments of the Chinese Patent System.” Gao Lulin. WL 7–1: 9–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/lulin_v07n1.shtml.

“Preserving the Past, Preparing for the Future: Modern Chinese Libraries and Librarianship, 1898–2000.” Roy L. Sturgeon. WL 14–1: 45–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/sturg_v14n1.shtml.

“Public and University Library Service to China’s Development of Market Economy.” Richard D. Ellis. WL 8–2: 12–38.

“Shanghai Public Libraries March into the Twenty–first Century.” Wang Lili. WL 7–1: 36–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/lili_v07n1.shtml.

Civil War.

“Effects of the Civil War and the Role of Librarians in Post–War Reconstruction in Sierra Leone.” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 12–2: 37–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/kargbo_v12n2.shtml.

Closed Stacks.

“Closed–stack Model and the Culture of Librarianship in Nicaraguan Academic Libraries.” Frank J. Lepkowski. TWL 3–1: 62–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/lepkowski_v03n1.shtml.

Collection Development.

“Area Studies Microform Projects at the Center for Research Libraries.” James Simon. WL 15–1: 48–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon2_v15n1.shtml.

“Planning For Collection Development in the Twenty–First Century.” Sam E. Ifidon. WL 7–2: 27–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/ifidon_v07n2.shtml.

“Trends in Collection Growth in Nigerian University Libraries.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 3–2: 62.

Colombia.

“The Luis Angel Arango Library in Bogotá.” Lina Espitaleta de Villegas. TWL 3–1: 47–50.

Computerization.

“Computerization of Nigerian University Libraries.” U. Selong Edem. TWL 3–2: 65.

Conferences.

“Effect on Developing Countries of Hosting an International Conference.” Rebecca Knuth. WL 8–1: 4–13.

Cooperative African Newspaper Project.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

Cooperative Education.

“Libraries at the ‘End of Russia.’” Betty Ronayne. WL 10–1&2: 6–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/ronayne_v10n1-2.shtml.

Costa Rica.

“Library Cooperation in Costa Rica.” Ana Cecilia Torres. TWL 3–1: 76–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/torres_v03n1.shtml.

Council of American Overseas Research Centers.

“A Library Without Borders.” Diane Ryan. WL 15–1: 80–90, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ryan_v15n1.shtml.

CNN.

“Cuban Libraries: The Report Before the CNN.” Eliades Acosta Matos. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/matos_v13n1-2.shtml.

CRL. See Center for Research Libraries.

Cuba.

“The American Library Association and Cuba’s Libraries: An Overview 2001 to 2004.” John Berry. WL 13–1&2: 13–22, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/berry_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Cuban Libraries: The Report Before the CNN.” Eliades Acosta Matos. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/matos_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Payment for Services Rendered: US–funded Dissent and the ‘Independent Libraries Project’ in Cuba.” Rhonda L. Neugebauer. WL 13–1&2: 23–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/neugebauer_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Reading Initiatives: A Major Effort by the Libraries of the San Antonio de los Baños Community, Havana Province.” Maricele Corvo de Armas. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 69–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/corvo_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Rural Libraries in Cuba: Experiences in Camagüey.” Emma Presilla Andréu. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 53–63, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/andreu_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Special Libraries and Other Information Institutions in Cuba.” Marta Terry González. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 41–52, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/gonzales_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Tale of Two Conferences — Cuba Style.” Gretta E. Siegel. WL 13–1&2: 85–89, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/siegel_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Training of Librarians in Cuba.” Margarita Bella. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 65–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/bella_v13n1-2.shtml.

“The Urge to Preserve: Cuban Collaborations.” Jeanne Drewes. WL 13–1&2: 91–99, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/drewes_v13n1-2.shtml.

Cuban Library Association.

“Tale of Two Conferences — Cuba Style.” Gretta E. Siegel. WL 13–1&2: 85–89, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/siegel_v13n1-2.shtml.

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Database of International Newspapers.

“The International Coalition on Newspapers.” Linda Ronan. WL 15–1: 73–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ronan_v15n1.shtml.

Desert Libraries.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

Developing Countries.

“Adult Literacy in the Third World: What Role for the Public Library?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 11–1&2: 31–37.

“Effect on Developing Countries of Hosting an International Conference.” Rebecca Knuth. WL 8–1: 4–13.

“Library Aid to Developing Countries in Times of Globalization: A Literature Review.” Ann Curry, Tanya Thiessen, and Lorraine Kelly. WL 12–2: 15–36, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/curry_v12n2.shtml.

“ODA to the Third World Libraries.” Ikuyo Fukada. WL 8–2: 50–59.

Digital Libraries.

“Excellent People–Oriented Strategies for Digital Libraries.” Mohammed Aman and B. Norliyana. WL 12–2: 57–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/aman_v12n2.shtml.

“A Library Without Borders.” Diane Ryan. WL 15–1: 80–90, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ryan_v15n1.shtml.

Digital Library for International Research.

“A Library Without Borders.” Diane Ryan. WL 15–1: 80–90, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ryan_v15n1.shtml.

Digital Publishing.

“Making World Libraries Digital: A Brief Description.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–1: 15–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/digital_v14n1.shtml.

Digital South Asia Library.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

DLIR. See Digital Library for International Research.

Dominican Republic.

“An Overview of Scientific Research in the Dominican Republic.” Marisol Florén. TWL 3–1: 59–61.

Dominican University.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.” William Vernon Jackson.WL 14–1: 7–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/buenos_v14n1.shtml.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Oslo, Norway.” Mary M. Wagner. WL 14–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/oslo_v14n1.shtml.

“IFLA Glasgow.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 12–2: 5–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/dalrymple_v12n2.shtml.

“International Activities at GSLIS." Michael E.D. Koenig, compiler. WL 9–1: 49–51.

“International Activities at GSLIS.” Johan Koren. WL 10–1&2: 53–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/koren_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Making World Libraries Digital: A Brief Description.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–1: 15–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/digital_v14n1.shtml.

“Reflections of a First Timer, IFLA Boston.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 11–1&2: 5–6.

“Sr. Lauretta McCusker Memorial Lecture.” Prudence W. Dalrymple. WL 8–2: 5–11, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol08no2/dalrymple_v8n2.shtml.

DSAL. See Digital South Asia Library.

Editorials.

“Editorial.” Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 4.

“Editorial.” Johan Koren. WL 10–1&2: 3, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/koren-ed_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Editorial.” Johan Koren. WL 11–1&2: 3–4.

“Editorial.” Johan Koren. WL 12–2: 3, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/editorial_v12n2.shtml.

“Editorial.” Marjorie E. Bloss. WL 14–2: 1–2, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/bloss_v14n2.shtml.

“Editorial.” Marjorie E. Bloss. WL 15–1: 1–2, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/bloss_v15n1.shtml.

“Editorial.” Mary M. Wagner. WL 14–1: 3–4, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/wagner_v14n1.shtml.

“Editorial.” Susan Roman. WL 15–2: 1–2, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no2/roman_v15n2.shtml.

“Editorial: Library Services and Indigenous Identity.” Johan Koren. WL 12–1: 3–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/koren-ed_v12n1.shtml.

“Editorially Speaking.” William Vernon Jackson. TWL 3–1: 4–8.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 1–1: 3–4, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/editorial_v01n1.shtml.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 1–2: 4–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/marco_v1n2.shtml.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 2–1: 4–6 and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/editorial_v02n1.shtml.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 2–2: 4–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/editorial_v02n2.shtml.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 3–2: 4–6.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 4–1: 4–7.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 4–2: 4–6.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 5–1: 4–5.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 5–2: 4–5.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 6–1: 4–6.

“Editorially Speaking.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 6–2: 4–6.

“Fifty Years and Counting…” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 9–2: 3.

“Message from the Chair of the Editorial Board.” Peggy Sullivan. WL 7–1: 5–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/message_v07n1.shtml.

“Message from the Chair of the Editorial Board.” Peggy Sullivan. WL 7–2: 3, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/message_v07n2.shtml.

“Message from the Chair of the Editorial Board.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 8–1: 3.

“Message from the Editor.” Tze–chung Li. WL 8–2: 3–4.

Education for Librarians. See Library Science Schools.

Ethiopia.

“Libraries in Ethiopia.” Gail Nordstrom. TWL 5–2: 46–58.

“Promoting Reading among Immigrants from an Oral Culture.” Irene Sever. TWL 5–1: 17–23, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/sever_v05n1.shtml.

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France.

“The French National Library.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 9–1: 3–30.

German Library Institute.

“Foreign Relations Bureau of the German Library Institute and its Relationship to Latin American Countries.” Elisabeth Simon. TWL 3–1: 93–98.

German–North American Resources Partnership.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

Ghana.

“Research Summaries: The Impact of Legal Deposit and Copyright Laws on Ghanaian Libraries.” Kosi A. Kedem. TWL 1–2: 50–51, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/kedem_v01n2.shtml.

“Using the Ghanaian Journal Research Review as an Example for Demonstrating Access to African Research and Scholarship.” Lorna Peterson. WL 12–2: 73–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/peterson_v12n2.shtml.

Globalization.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

“Library Aid to Developing Countries in Times of Globalization: A Literature Review.” Ann Curry, Tanya Thiessen, and Lorraine Kelly. WL 12–2: 15–36, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/curry_v12n2.shtml.

GNARP. See German–North American Resources Partnership.

Government.

“Symposium: Libraries and Government Decision Making.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 4–1: 11–16.

Government Publications.

“The Acquisition, Management and Bibliographic Control of Government Publications in Nigerian University Libraries.” C.O. Ajidahun. WL 14–2: 46–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ajidahun_v14n2.shtml.

GSLIS. See Dominican University.

Guam.

“Continuing Education, Guam.” Chih Wang. TWL 2–2: 52–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/wang_v02n2.shtml.

Guatemala.

“The Importance of Sharing Resources: The Experience of the Committee for Cooperation among University Libraries in Guatemala.” Raquel Flores. TWL 3–1: 79–84.

Honduras.

“On the Road for Public Libraries in Honduras.” Kent Smith. TWL 3–1: 68–75, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/smith_v03n1.shtml.

Independent Libraries.

“Payment for Services Rendered: US–funded Dissent and the ‘Independent Libraries Project’ in Cuba.” Rhonda L. Neugebauer. WL 13–1&2: 23–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/neugebauer_v13n1-2.shtml.

Indexing.

“Using the Ghanaian Journal Research Review as an Example for Demonstrating Access to African Research and Scholarship.” Lorna Peterson. WL 12–2: 73–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/peterson_v12n2.shtml.

India.

“Bibliographies of Indian Library Service: A Literature Review.” M.P. Satija. TWL 4–2: 9–17, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/satija_v04n2.shtml.

“Birth Centenary Literature on Ranganathan.” M.P. Satija. TWL 4–1: 17–25.

“Library Automation and Networking in India: Problems and Prospects.” S.D. Vyas. WL 8–1: 27–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol08no1/vyas_v08n1.shtml.

“Library History in India: Histographical Assessments and Current Trends.” Donald G. Davis Jr. and Mohamed Taher. TWL 3–2: 40–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/davis_v03n2.shtml.

“Library Networking in India for Resource Sharing: Present Status and Prospects.” Debal C. Kar, Parha Bhattacharya, and Subrata Deb. WL 9–1: 39–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol09no1/kar_v09n1.shtml.

“The National Gandhi Museum and Library.” Faye Powell. TWL 4–1: 45–46, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/powell_v04n1.shtml.

“National Policy on Public Libraries in India.” Neeta Jambhekar. TWL 5–2: 8–21, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no2/j_v05n2.shtml.

“Professional Competencies among Librarians and Information Professionals in the Knowledge Era.” Anjali Gulati and R.L. Raina. WL 10–1&2: 11–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/gulati_v10n1-2.shtml

“The Third Wave and Third World Libraries.” Kishni Navalani. TWL 4–2: 33–35.

Indigenous Peoples.

“Creating a Library Plan for the Sámi in Sweden.” Peter Sarri. Translated by John Koren.WL 12–1: 71–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_v12n1.shtml.

“Editorial: Library Services and Indigenous Identity.” Johan Koren. WL 12–1: 3–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/koren-ed_v12n1.shtml.

“Improving & Delivering Effective Library Services for Aboriginal Peoples in Saskatchewan: A Canadian Province’s Approach to Answering the Needs of the Aboriginal Community.” Wendy Sinclair–Sparvier. WL 12–1: 32–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sinclair_v12n1.shtml.

“The International Indigenous Librarians’ Forum: A Professional Life–Affirming Event.” Loriene Roy. WL 10– 1&2: 19–30, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/roy_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Preface: Indigenous Peoples and Librarianship.” Loriene Roy. WL 12–1: 28–31, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/roy_preface_v12n1.shtml.

“Preface: The Sámi of Northern Scandinavia and Russia.” Peter Sarri. WL 12–1: 66–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_preface_v12n1.shtml.

“Protection of Rights of Holders of Traditional Knowledge, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities.” Lars Anders Baer. WL 12–1: 15–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/baer_v12n1.shtml.

“Sámi Library Service in Norway.” Liv Inger Lindi. WL 12–1: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/lindi_v12n1.shtml.

“Supporting, Documenting, and Preserving Tribal Cultural Lifeways: Library Services for Tribal Communities in the United States.” Loriene Roy and A. Arro Smith. WL 12–1: 55–65, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/roy_v12n1.shtml.

“Te Ara Tika: Maori and Libraries in New Zealand — Staying the Distance.” Chris Szekely. WL 12–1: 46–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/szekely_v12n1.shtml.

INFO.

“Tale of Two Conferences — Cuba Style.” Gretta E. Siegel. WL 13–1&2: 85–89, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/siegel_v13n1-2.shtml.

Information and Referral Services.

“Community Information and Referral Services for Rural Areas of Southeast Asia: A Conceptual Framework.” Katni Kimsono Kibat. TWL 1–2: 32–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/kibat_v01n2.shtml.

Information Needs.

“A Study of the Information Seeking Behavior of Undergraduate Students of Makerere University, Uganda.” Miriam Kakai, R. Ikoja–Odongo, and I.M.N. Kigongo–Bukenya. WL 14–1: 57–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kakai_v14n1.shtml.

Information Services.

“National Planning for Library and Information Services.” Carlos Victor Penna. TWL 3–1: 26–32.

Interlending and Document Supply.

“Report on the Second International Conference on Interlending and Document Supply, London, 1990.” TWL 1–2: 53–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/report_v01n2.shtml.

International Association of School Librarianship.

“Effect on Developing Countries of Hosting an International Conference.” Rebecca Knuth. WL 8–1: 4–13.

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).

“GSLIS at IFLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 14–1: 7–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/buenos_v14n1.shtml.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Oslo, Norway.” Mary M. Wagner. WL 14–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/oslo_v14n1.shtml.

“IFLA Glasgow.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 12–2: 5–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/dalrymple_v12n2.shtml.

“Reflections of a First Timer, IFLA Boston.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 11–1&2: 5–6.

Internet.

“Going to the Web: Effective Communication Tools for Librarians and Information Managers.” Roshan Lal Raina. WL 11–1&2: 75–82.

Iran.

“A Model Library in Tehran, Iran: The Hosseinieh Ershad Public Library.” Nicolette Mattioli Hary. TWL 6–1: 16–23.

Islamic Scholarship.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

Israel.

“Israeli Libraries and Librarianship: A Review of Recent Literature.” Susan Korn. TWL 6–2: 29–35.

“Promoting Reading among Immigrants from an Oral Culture: Ethiopian Jews in Israel.” Irene Sever. TWL 5–1: 17–23, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/sever_v05n1.shtml.

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Jamaica.

“Impact of an International Professional Organization on School Librarianship in Jamaica.” Rebecca Knuth. TWL 6–2: 36–53.

Japan.

“Library and Information Science Education in Japan.” Yong Won Kim. WL 8–2: 39–49.

“ODA to the Third World Libraries.” Ikuyo Fukada. WL 8–2: 50–59.

Kenya.

“Imposing Libraries: The Establishment of National Public Library Services in Africa, With Particular Reference to Kenya.” Diana Rosenberg. TWL 4–1: 35–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/rosenberg_v04n1.shtml.

“Information Infrastructure in Two Kenyan Development Plans.” Gundu Shibanda. TWL 4–1: 66–67.

“Research Summaries: Mobile Library Services in Kenya.” S.K. Ng’ang’a. TWL 1–2: 51–52, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/nganga_v01n2.shtml.

Knowledge Management.

“Going to the Web: Effective Communication Tools for Librarians and Information Managers.” Roshan Lal Raina. WL 11–1&2: 75–82.

“Knowledge Mobilization in Rural Regions: A Proposed Study of the Public Library as Knowledge Catalyst.” Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 37–50.

“Professional Competencies among Librarians and Information Professionals in the Knowledge Era.” Anjali Gulati and R.L. Raina. WL 10–1&2: 11–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/gulati_v10n1-2.shtml

Korea.

“Standards for Library Automation in Korea.” Gertrude S. Koh. TWL 4–1: 26–34, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/koh_v04n1.shtml.

LARRP. See Latin Americanist Research Resources Partnership.

Latin America.

“Conference on Library Education in Latin America.” Mariano A. Maura and Robert V. Williams. TWL 4–1: 49–62.

“Foreign Relations Bureau of the German Library Institute and its Relationship to Latin American Countries.” Elisabeth Simon. TWL 3–1: 93–98.

“Librarianship in Latin America: An Exhibition.” TWL 3–1: 14–25.

“National Planning for Library and Information Services.” Carlos Victor Penna. TWL 3–1: 26–32.

“A New Alliance: ABINIA.” Virginia Betancourt Valverde. TWL 3–1: 33–35.

“Report on Latin America.” William Vernon Jackson. TWL 5–2: 67–70.

Latin Americanist Research Resources Partnership.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

Laws.

“The Nigerian Law of Defamation and Its Impact on Libraries.” James Abayomi Agaja. TWL 2–2: 20–27, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/agaja_v02n2.shtml.

Lebanon.

“Librarianship in Lebanon in the Post–Civil War Period.” Elizabeth Vernon. TWL 4–2: 36–41, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/vernon_v04n2.shtml.

Librarianship.

“September 11th, 2001 and Libraries: Forging a Professional Persona.” Johan Koren. WL 11–1&2: 57–66.

Library Associations.

“Management Prospects and Challenges of Library Associations in Africa: The Case for Uganda Library Association and the Library and Information Association of South Africa.” Richard Kawooya. WL 11–1&2: 39–55.

Library Science Schools.

“Cooperative Organizations for Schools of Library and Information Science.” Wallace Koehler. WL 14–2: 27–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/koehler_v14n2.shtml.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 14–1: 7–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/buenos_v14n1.shtml.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Oslo, Norway.” Mary M. Wagner. WL 14–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/oslo_v14n1.shtml.

“IFLA Glasgow.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 12–2: 5–6, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/dalrymple_v12n2.shtml.

“Instructional and Research Resources for Library Education in Nigeria: Problems of Availability and Accessibility.” Michael G. Ochogwu. TWL 2–2: 28–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/ochogwu_v02n2.shtml.

“International Activities at GSLIS." Michael E.D. Koenig, compiler. WL 9–1: 49–51.

“International Activities at GSLIS.” Johan Koren. WL 10–1&2: 53–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/koren_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Librarian Training and Professional Opportunities in Bangladesh.” Jody Bales Foote and S.M. Mannan. TWL 6–2: 10–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol06no2/foote_v06n2.shtml.

“Library and Information Science Education in Japan.” Yong Won Kim. WL 8–2: 39–49.

“Making World Libraries Digital: A Brief Description.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–1: 15–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/digital_v14n1.shtml.

“New Standards for Library Education in Nigeria.” R.U. Ononogbo and Z.M. Falaiye. TWL 2–2: 10–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/ononogbo_v02n2.shtml.

“Problems of Regional Library Education in the Caribbean.” O.O. Ogundipe. TWL 4–2: 18–30, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/ogundipe_v04n2.shtml.

“Reflections of a First Timer, IFLA Boston.” Prudence Dalrymple. WL 11–1&2: 5–6.

“Sr. Lauretta McCusker Memorial Lecture.” Prudence W. Dalrymple. WL 8–2: 5–11, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol08no2/dalrymple_v8n2.shtml.

“Structure of Influence in Library and Information Science Research in Nigeria.” M. Afolabi. WL 7–2: 93–112.

“Towards Behavioral Approaches to Library Practice: A Model for Integrating Social Skills Training in Nigerian Library School Curricula.” John Agada. WL 7–2: 78–92, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/agada2_v07n2.shtml.

“Training of Librarians in Cuba.” Margarita Bella. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 65–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/bella_v13n1-2.shtml.

Library Service.

“Effects of the Civil War and the Role of Librarians in Post–War Reconstruction in Sierra Leone.” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 12–2: 37–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/kargbo_v12n2.shtml.

“Library Provision to Indians in Malaysia.” Khoo Siew Mun. TWL 3–2: 50–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/mun_v03n2.shtml.

Literacy.

“Adult Literacy in the Third World: What Role for the Public Library?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 11–1&2: 31–37.

“Reading Initiatives: A Major Effort by the Libraries of the San Antonio de los Baños Community, Havana Province.” Maricele Corvo de Armas. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 69–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/corvo_v13n1-2.shtml.

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Malaysia.

“Community Information Services in Malaysia: A Study of Information–Seeking Behavior of Community–Based Organizations in the Klang Valley.” Mumtaz Ali Anwar. WL 7–1: 55–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/anwar_v07n1.shtml.

“Library Provision to Indians in Malaysia.” Khoo Siew Mun. TWL 3–2: 50–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/mun_v03n2.shtml.

Maori.

“Te Ara Tika: Maori and Libraries in New Zealand — Staying the Distance.” Chris Szekely. WL 12–1: 46–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/szekely_v12n1.shtml.

Mauritania.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

Medical Librarianship.

“The Challenge of Medical Librarianship in Africa.” Daniel Newton Obaka. TWL 2–1: 14–16, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/obaka_v02n1.shtml.

Medical Libraries.

“Medical Libraries in the Caribbean and Central America.” Cheryl R. Dee. TWL 3–1: 51–58.

“Science–Technology–Medical Resources at the Center for Research Libraries.” Mary Wilke and Ginger Reilly. WL 15–1: 91–97, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/wilke_v15n1.shtml.

Microforms.

“Area Studies Microform Projects at the Center for Research Libraries.” James Simon. WL 15–1: 48–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon2_v15n1.shtml.

National Libraries.

“The Development of Libraries in Cambodia.” John D’Amicantonio. WL 8–1: 36–41.

“The French National Library.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 9–1: 3–30.

“A History of the Fundação Biblioteca Nacional (FBN) and its Role in the Creation of National Library Reading Initiatives in Brazil.” Alma C. Ortega. WL 14–2: 55–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ortega_v14n2.shtml.

“The National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 56 Years of Cultural Mission.” Ernes Kujundžić. WL 11–1&2: 67–74.

“National Library and Information Policies for Africa.” Anaba A. Alemna. TWL 6–1: 31–36.

“A New Alliance: ABINIA.” Virginia Betancourt Valverde. TWL 3–1: 33–35.

Native Americans.

“Supporting, Documenting, and Preserving Tribal Cultural Lifeways: Library Services for Tribal Communities in the United States.” Loriene Roy and A. Arro Smith. WL 12–1: 55–65, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/roy_v12n1.shtml.

Nepal.

“‘READ’ in Nepal.” Joan Phyllis Monego. WL 7–1: 65–68, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/monego_v07n1.shtml.

Networking.

“Access to Information in the English–Speaking Caribbean.” Shamin Renwick. TWL 6–2: 20–28, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol06no2/foote_v06n2.shtml.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

“Information Network on Rural Development (INRD), Bangladesh.” Leelangi Wanasundra. TWL 5–1: 11–16, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/wanasundera_v05n1.shtml.

“Library Automation and Networking in India: Problems and Prospects.” S.D. Vyas. WL 8–1: 27–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol08no1/vyas_v08n1.shtml.

“Library Networking in India for Resource Sharing: Present Status and Prospects.” Debal C. Kar, Parha Bhattacharya, and Subrata Deb. WL 9–1: 39–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol09no1/kar_v09n1.shtml.

“The Luis Angel Arango Library in Bogotá.” Lina Espitaleta de Villegas. TWL 3–1: 47–50.

“Making an International Network.” Arleen Cannata. TWL 1–1: 28–33, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/cannata_v01n1.shtml.

“RECOSCIX–WIO: Providing Scientific Information to Marine Scientists in the Estern Indian Ocean Region.” L. Egghe and P. Pissierssens. WL 8–1: 14–26.

New Zealand.

“The International Indigenous Librarians’ Forum: A Professional Life–Affirming Event.” Loriene Roy. WL 10–1&2: 19–30, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/roy_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Te Ara Tika: Maori and Libraries in New Zealand — Staying the Distance.” Chris Szekely. WL 12–1: 46–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/szekely_v12n1.shtml.

News Magazines.

“Nigerian News Magazines and Their Importance: A Review of Recent Literature.” R. Olorunsola. WL 7–2: 63–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/olorunsola_v07n2.shtml.

Newspapers.

“The International Coalition on Newspapers.” Linda Ronan. WL 15–1: 73–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ronan_v15n1.shtml.

“Libraries and Librarianship as Reflected in the Nigerian Daily Newspapers.” Joseph O. Aina. TWL 5–1: 24–29.

Nicaragua.

“Closed–stack Model and the Culture of Librarianship in Nicaraguan Academic Libraries.” Frank J. Lepkowski. TWL 3–1: 62–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/lepkowski_v03n1.shtml.

Nigeria.

“The Acquisition, Management and Bibliographic Control of Government Publications in Nigerian University Libraries.” C.O. Ajidahun. WL 14–2: 46–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ajidahun_v14n2.shtml.

“An Assessment of the School Library Literature in Nigeria with Emphasis on the Impact of School Libraries on Educational Performance.” Samaila Shaibu. WL 7–2: 57–62.

“Appointing University Librarians in Nigeria: A Critique of the Process.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 2–2: 58–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/womboh_v02n2.shtml.

“An Assessment of Nigerian Prison Libraries.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 5–2: 74–75.

“Computerization of Nigerian University Libraries.” U. Selong Edem. TWL 3–2: 65.

“Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, 1904–1966, First President of Nigeria.” C.C. Aguolu and I.E. Aguolu. WL 7–2: 9–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/aguolu_v07n2.shtml.

“Effects of the Structural Adjustment Programme on Nigerian Public Libraries.” J.C. Ogugua. TWL 4–2: 46–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/ogugua_v04n2.shtml.

“Funding for University Libraries in the Third World.” B.U. Nwafor. TWL 1–1: 22–27, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/nwafor_v01n1.shtml.

“Information Seeking Habits of Nigerian Agricultural Scientists.” E.K. Adegbule–Adesida. TWL 4–2: 47–48, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/adegbule_v04n2.shtml.

“Instructional and Research Resources for Library Education in Nigeria: Problems of Availability and Accessibility.” Michael G. Ochogwu. TWL 2–2: 28–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/ochogwu_v02n2.shtml.

“Job Satisfaction Among University Library Cataloguers in Nigeria.” I.A. Alao. WL 7–2: 68–77, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/alao_v07n2.shtml.

“Libraries and Librarianship as Reflected in the Nigerian Daily Newspapers.” Joseph O. Aina. TWL 5–1: 24–29.

“Management Problems in Readers’ Services: The Nigerian Experience.” Betty I. Ifidon. WL 10–1&2: 43–52, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/ifidon_v10n1-2.shtml.

“New Standards for Library Education in Nigeria.” R.U. Ononogbo and Z.M. Falaiye. TWL 2–2: 10–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/ononogbo_v02n2.shtml.

“The Nigerian Law of Defamation and Its Impact on Libraries.” James Abayomi Agaja. TWL 2–2: 20–27, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/agaja_v02n2.shtml.

“Nigerian Librarianship: A First Centennial Report.” John Agada. WL 7–2: 4–8, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/agada_v07n2.shtml.

“Nigerian News Magazines and Their Importance: A Review of Recent Literature.” R. Olorunsola. WL 7–2: 63–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/olorunsola_v07n2.shtml.

“Nigerian University Libraries and the World Bank Loan.” Ahmed Abdu Balarabe. TWL 5–2: 30–45.

“Planning For Collection Development in the Twenty–First Century.” Sam E. Ifidon. WL 7–2: 27–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/ifidon_v07n2.shtml.

“Publishing of Library Journals in Nigeria.” Sam E. Ifidon. TWL 3–2: 45–49, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/ifidon_v03n2.shtml.

“Research Summaries: The Choice of Librarianship as a Career in Nigeria.” Joan Agumanu. TWL 1–2: 49–50, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/agumanu_v01n2.shtml.

“Research Summary: Variable Book Pricing in Nigeria.” Betty I. Ifidon. TWL 6–1: 39–40.

“Retrenched Journals: Further on the World Bank Loan in Nigeria.” R. Olorunsola. TWL 6–1: 29–30.

“Rural Community Information System in Nigeria.” E.N.O. Adimorah and Paschal Ugoji. WL 7–2: 40–56.

“Structure of Influence in Library and Information Science Research in Nigeria.” M. Afolabi. WL 7–2: 93–112.

“Theft and Mutilation; the Bane of Library Resources Development: Ramat Library Security Experience.” Bola Mebude Akinnigbagbe. WL 11–1&2: 17–29.

“Towards Behavioral Approaches to Library Practice: A Model for Integrating Social Skills Training in Nigerian Library School Curricula.” John Agada. WL 7–2: 78–92, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/agada2_v07n2.shtml.

“Trends in Collection Growth in Nigerian University Libraries.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 3–2: 62.

“Universal Availability of Publications and Copyright Laws.” M.A.O. Anigilaje. TWL 3–2: 63–64.

“University Library Buildings in the Tropics: A Literature Survey.” Betty I. Ifidon. TWL 1–1: 34–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/ifidon_v01n1.shtml.

“The World Bank Credit Facility to Nigerian Universities: Impact on Information Supply to Third–Generation University Libraries.” V.N. Ozowa and N.N. Sule. WL 7–2: 19–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/ozowa_v07n2.shtml.

Norway.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Oslo, Norway.” Mary M. Wagner. WL 14–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/oslo_v14n1.shtml.

“Knowledge Mobilization in Rural Regions: A Proposed Study of the Public Library as Knowledge Catalyst.” Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 37–50.

“Sámi Library Service in Norway.” Liv Inger Lindi. WL 12–1: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/lindi_v12n1.shtml.

Norwegian Library Act.

“Norwegian Public Library Policy: A Possible Model for the Third World?” Else Granheim. TWL 1–2: 16–27, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/granheim_v01n2.shtml.

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Pacific Islands.

“Conference Report: Third SCAINIP Seminar and PAIS Workshop, Alafua, Western Samoa, 8–19 August 1994.” Joanne Tarpley. TWL 5–1: 49–51.

“Conference Report: Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives (PIALA), 1994 Meeting, Tamuning, Guam, November 2–4, 1994.” Joanne Tarpley. TWL 5–2: 76–77, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no2/tarpley_v05n2.shtml.

“Pacific Islands Association on Libraries and Archives Conference.” Joanne Tarpley. TWL 4–1: 63–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/tarpley_v04n1.shtml.

Pakistan.

“Library Resources in Pakistan: Progress, Problems, and Achievements.” Anis Khurshid. TWL 1–1: 9–21, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no1/khurshid_v01n1.shtml.

“Pakistani Librarianship during the 1990s: A Literature Review.” Khalid Mahmood. WL 8–1: 42–56.

Patents.

“New Developments of the Chinese Patent System.” Gao Lulin. WL 7–1: 9–18, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/lulin_v07n1.shtml.

Pioneers. See Biographies.

Post–War Reconstruction.

“Effects of the Civil War and the Role of Librarians in Post–War Reconstruction in Sierra Leone.” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 12–2: 37–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/kargbo_v12n2.shtml.

Preservation.

“Area Studies Microform Projects at the Center for Research Libraries.” James Simon. WL 15–1: 48–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon2_v15n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

“The International Coalition on Newspapers.” Linda Ronan. WL 15–1: 73–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/ronan_v15n1.shtml.

“Preserving the Past, Preparing for the Future: Modern Chinese Libraries and Librarianship, 1898–2000.” Roy L. Sturgeon. WL 14–1: 45–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/sturg_v14n1.shtml.

“The Urge to Preserve: Cuban Collaborations.” Jeanne Drewes. WL 13–1&2: 91–99, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/drewes_v13n1-2.shtml.

Professional Organizations.

“Cooperative Organizations for Schools of Library and Information Science.” Wallace Koehler. WL 14–2: 27–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/koehler_v14n2.shtml.

Public Libraries.

“Adult Education in Sierra Leone: What Role for Libraries?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 14–1: 81–88, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kargbo_v14n1.shtml.

“Adult Literacy in the Third World: What Role for the Public Library?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 11–1&2: 31–37.

“Community Information Services in Malaysia: A Study of Information–Seeking Behavior of Community–Based Organizations in the Klang Valley.” Mumtaz Ali Anwar. WL 7–1: 55–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/anwar_v07n1.shtml.

“The Cost of Getting Books Read in Rural Africa: Estimates from a Survey of Library Use in Burkina Faso.” Michael Kevane and Alain Joseph Sissao. WL 14–2: 36–45, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kevane_v14n2.shtml.

“Effects of the Structural Adjustment Programme on Nigerian Public Libraries.” J.C. Ogugua. TWL 4–2: 46–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/ogugua_v04n2.shtml.

“Imposing Libraries: The Establishment of National Public Library Services in Africa, With Particular Reference to Kenya.” Diana Rosenberg. TWL 4–1: 35–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/rosenberg_v04n1.shtml.

“Improving & Delivering Effective Library Services for Aboriginal Peoples in Saskatchewan: A Canadian Province’s Approach to Answering the Needs of the Aboriginal Community.” Wendy Sinclair–Sparvier. WL 12–1: 32–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sinclair_v12n1.shtml.

“Knowledge Mobilization in Rural Regions: A Proposed Study of the Public Library as Knowledge Catalyst.” Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 37–50.

“Libraries at the ‘End of Russia.’” Betty Ronayne. WL 10–1&2: 6–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/ronayne_v10n1-2.shtml.

“The Luis Angel Arango Library in Bogotá.” Lina Espitaleta de Villegas. TWL 3–1: 47–50.

“A Model Library in Tehran, Iran: The Hosseinieh Ershad Public Library.” Nicolette Mattioli Hary. TWL 6–1: 16–23.

“National Policy on Public Libraries in India.” Neeta Jambhekar. TWL 5–2: 8–21, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no2/j_v05n2.shtml.

“Nigerian News Magazines and Their Importance: A Review of Recent Literature.” R. Olorunsola. WL 7–2: 63–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no2/olorunsola_v07n2.shtml.

“Norwegian Public Library Policy: A Possible Model for the Third World?” Else Granheim. TWL 1–2: 16–27, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/granheim_v01n2.shtml.

“On the Road for Public Libraries in Honduras.” Kent Smith. TWL 3–1: 68–75, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no1/smith_v03n1.shtml.

“Preserving the Past, Preparing for the Future: Modern Chinese Libraries and Librarianship, 1898–2000.” Roy L. Sturgeon. WL 14–1: 45–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/sturg_v14n1.shtml.

“Provision of Library and Information Services to Rural Communities in Thailand.” Aree Cheuwattana and Shirley A. Fitzgibbons. WL 9–2: 19–36.

“Public and University Library Service to China’s Development of Market Economy.” Richard D. Ellis. WL 8–2: 12–38.

“The Public Library and Popular Culture: A Strategy for Improving Literacy.” Myriam Mejía. TWL 1–2: 43–46, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/mejia_v01n2.shtml.

“Reading Initiatives: A Major Effort by the Libraries of the San Antonio de los Baños Community, Havana Province.” Maricele Corvo de Armas. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 69–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/corvo_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Rural Libraries in Cuba: Experience in Camagüey.” Emma Presilla Andréu. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 53–63, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/andreu_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Shanghai Public Libraries March into the Twenty–first Century.” Wang Lili. WL 7–1: 36–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/lili_v07n1.shtml.

“Te Ara Tika: Maori and Libraries in New Zealand — Staying the Distance.” Chris Szekely. WL 12–1: 46–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/szekely_v12n1.shtml.

Publishers.

“What Caribbean Librarians Want from Caribbean Publishers.” Shamin Renwick. WL 12–2: 65–72, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/renwick_v12n2.shtml.

Publishing.

“Publishing of Library Journals in Nigeria.” Sam E. Ifidon. TWL 3–2: 45–49, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol03no2/ifidon_v03n2.shtml.

Reading Initiatives.

“A History of the Fundação Biblioteca Nacional (FBN) and its Role in the Creation of National Library Reading Initiatives in Brazil.” Alma C. Ortega. WL 14–2: 55–67, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ortega_v14n2.shtml.

“Reading Initiatives: A Major Effort by the Libraries of the San Antonio de los Baños Community, Havana Province.” Maricele Corvo de Armas. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 69–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/corvo_v13n1-2.shtml.

Reference Materials.

“Recent Reference Books in Taiwan.” Martha Leung, Lin–Yea Cheng, and Joyce Y. Wu. TWL 3–2: 20–39.

Reports.

“Access to Third World Journals and Conference Proceedings: Report on a Workshop at the 59th IFLA General Conference, Barcelona, 1993.” Michael Wise. TWL 5–1: 44–48.

“Conference on Library Education in Latin America.” Mariano A. Maura and Robert V. Williams. TWL 4–1: 49–62.

“Conference Report: Third SCAINIP Seminar and PAIS Workshop, Alafua, Western Samoa, 8–19 August 1994.” Joanne Tarpley. TWL 5–1: 49–51.

“Conference Report: Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives (PIALA), 1994 Meeting, Tamuning, Guam, November 2–4, 1994.” Joanne Tarpley. TWL 5–2: 76–77, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no2/tarpley_v05n2.shtml.

“Conference Report: International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (ISSI), Fifth Biennial Conference, Rosary College, June 7–10, 1995.” Michael E.D. Koenig. TWL 6–1: 41–47.

“Conference Report: Resource Sharing, China.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 2–2: 53–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/gam_v02n2.shtml.

“Continuing Education, Guam.” Chih Wang. TWL 2–2: 52–53, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/wang_v02n2.shtml.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina.” William Vernon Jackson. WL 14–1: 7–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/buenos_v14n1.shtml.

“GSLIS at IFLA in Oslo, Norway.” Mary M. Wagner. WL 14–1: 11–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/oslo_v14n1.shtml.

“The Library/Book Fellows Program.” Robert P. Doyle. TWL 2–1: 10–13, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/doyle_v02n1.shtml.

“A Look at the Geographic IFLA.” Frances Laverne Carroll. WL 8–1: 57–70.

“Making World Libraries Digital: A Brief Description.” Edward J. Valauskas. WL 14–1: 15–19, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/digital_v14n1.shtml.

“Pacific Islands Association on Libraries and Archives Conference.” Joanne Tarpley. TWL 4–1: 63–64, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no1/tarpley_v04n1.shtml.

“Program Report: Association of Librarians of El Salvador, June 30, 1995.” William Vernon Jackson. TWL 6–1: 48–51.

“International Conference on Science Indicators for Developing Countries, Paris, October 1990.” Gretchen Whitney. TWL 2–1: 64–65, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/report_v02n1.shtml.

“Report on the Second International Conference on Interlending and Document Supply, London, 1990.” TWL 1–2: 53–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/report_v01n2.shtml.

“The Situation of Kabul University Library: Its Past and Present.” Abdul Rasoul Rahin. WL 8–2: 69–73.

Research Summaries.

“Appointing University Librarians in Nigeria: A Critique of the Process.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 2–2: 58–59, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/womboh_v02n2.shtml.

“An Assessment of Nigerian Prison Libraries.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 5–2: 74–75.

“The Choice of Librarianship as a Career in Nigeria.” Joan Agumanu. TWL 1–2: 49–50, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/agumanu_v01n2.shtml.

“Effects of the Structural Adjustment Programme on Nigerian Public Libraries.” J.C. Ogugua. TWL 4–2: 46–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/ogugua_v04n2.shtml.

“The Impact of Legal Deposit and Copyright Laws on Ghanaian Libraries.” Kosi A. Kedem. TWL 1–2: 50–51, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/kedem_v01n2.shtml.

“Information Infrastructure in Two Kenyan Development Plans.” Gundu Shibanda. TWL 4–1: 66–67.

“Information Seeking Habits of Nigerian Agricultural Scientists.” E.K. Adegbule–Adesida. TWL 4–2: 47–48, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/adegbule_v04n2.shtml.

“Meeting Information Needs of Researchers in Zambia.” Justin Chisenga. TWL 4–1: 65–66.

“Mobile Library Services in Kenya.” S.K. Ng’ang’a. TWL 1–2: 51–52, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/nganga_v01n2.shtml.

“Professional Situation of Librarians in the Rio de La Plata Area.” Ricardo Rodríguez Pereyra. TWL 4–2: 45, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/pereyra_v04n2.shtml.

“The Scientific Literature Service in Tanzania.” Kebede Gessesse and S.S. Mbwana. TWL 2–2: 60–61, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/gessesse_v02n2.shtml.

“Trends in Collection Growth in Nigerian University Libraries.” Benki S.H. Womboh. TWL 3–2: 62.

“Universal Availability of Publications and Copyright Laws.” M.A.O. Anigilaje. TWL 3–2: 63–64.

“Variable Book Pricing in Nigeria.” Betty I. Ifidon. TWL 6–1: 39–40.

Research Techniques.

“A Study of the Information Seeking Behavior of Undergraduate Students of Makerere University, Uganda.” Miriam Kakai, R. Ikoja–Odongo, and I.M.N. Kigongo–Bukenya. WL 14–1: 57–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kakai_v14n1.shtml.

Restoration.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

“The Urge to Preserve: Cuban Collaborations.” Jeanne Drewes. WL 13–1&2: 91–99, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/drewes_v13n1-2.shtml.

Rural Communities.

“Community Information and Referral Services for Rural Areas of Southeast Asia: A Conceptual Framework.” Katni Kimsono Kibat. TWL 1–2: 32–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/kibat_v01n2.shtml.

“Information Network on Rural Development (INRD), Bangladesh.” Leelangi Wanasundra. TWL 5–1: 11–16, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/wanasundera_v05n1.shtml.

“Knowledge Mobilization in Rural Regions: A Proposed Study of the Public Library as Knowledge Catalyst.” Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 37–50.

“Libraries and Apartheid, with Particular Reference to the Transvaal.” Jacqueline A. Kalley. TWL 6–2: 54–71.

“Provision of Library and Information Services to Rural Communities in Thailand.” Aree Cheuwattana and Shirley A. Fitzgibbons. WL 9–2: 19–36.

“Reaching Out to Young Readers in the Countryside: Thailand’s Experience.” Aree Cheunwattana. TWL 1–2: 28–31, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/cheunwattana_v01n2.shtml.

“‘READ’ in Nepal.” Joan Phyllis Monego. WL 7–1: 65–68, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/monego_v07n1.shtml.

“Rural Libraries in Cuba: Experiences in Camagüey.” Emma Presilla Andréu. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 53–63, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/andreu_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Rural Community Information System in Nigeria.” E.N.O. Adimorah and Paschal Ugoji. WL 7–2: 40–56.

Russia.

“Libraries at ‘the End of Russia.’” Betty Ronayne. WL 10–1&2: 6–10, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/ronayne_v10n1-2.shtml.

“Preface: The Sámi of Northern Scandinavia and Russia.” Peter Sarri. WL 12–1: 66–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_preface_v12n1.shtml.

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Sahara Desert.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 1. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–1: 21–44, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kratli_v14n1.shtml.

“The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania.” Part 2. Graziano Krätli. WL 14–2: 10–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml.

Sámi.

“Creating a Library Plan for the Sámi in Sweden.” Peter Sarri. Translated by John Koren. WL 12–1: 71–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_v12n1.shtml.

“Preface: The Sámi of Northern Scandinavia and Russia.” Peter Sarri. WL 12–1: 66–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_preface_v12n1.shtml.

“Sámi Library Service in Norway.” Liv Inger Lindi. WL 12–1: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/lindi_v12n1.shtml.

Scandinavia.

“Creating a Library Plan for the Sámi in Sweden.” Peter Sarri. Translated by John Koren. WL 12–1: 71–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_v12n1.shtml.

“Knowledge Mobilization in Rural Regions: A Proposed Study of the Public Library as Knowledge Catalyst.” Johan Koren. WL 9–2: 37–50.

“Preface: The Sámi of Northern Scandinavia and Russia.” Peter Sarri. WL 12–1: 66–70, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_preface_v12n1.shtml.

“Sámi Library Service in Norway.” Liv Inger Lindi. WL 12–1: 79–84, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/lindi_v12n1.shtml.

School Librarianship.

“Impact of an International Professional Organization on School Librarianship in Jamaica.” Rebecca Knuth. TWL 6–2: 36–53.

School Libraries.

“An Assessment of the School Library Literature in Nigeria with Emphasis on the Impact of School Libraries on Educational Performance.” Samaila Shaibu. WL 7–2: 57–62.

“The Cost of Getting Books Read in Rural Africa: Estimates from a Survey of Library Use in Burkina Faso.” Michael Kevane and Alain Joseph Sissao. WL 14–2: 36–45, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kevane_v14n2.shtml.

“School Libraries in Taiwan: A Review of the Statistics Since 1950.” Martha C. Leung and Michael A. Davis. TWL 2–1: 17–28, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/leung_v02n1.shtml.

Science.

“Science–Technology–Medical Resources at the Center for Research Libraries.” Mary Wilke and Ginger Reilly. WL 15–1: 91–97, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/wilke_v15n1.shtml.

Sierra Leone.

“Adult Education in Sierra Leone: What Role for Libraries?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 14–1: 81–88, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kargbo_v14n1.shtml.

“Adult Literacy in the Third World: What Role for the Public Library?” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 11–1&2: 31–37.

“Effects of the Civil War and the Role of Librarians in Post–War Reconstruction in Sierra Leone.” John Abdul Kargbo. WL 12–2: 37–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/kargbo_v12n2.shtml.

“Profile of an African Library: Fourah Bay College.” Wilma L. Jones. TWL 5–2: 22–29.

Social Science Research Council.

“The Urge to Preserve: Cuban Collaborations.” Jeanne Drewes. WL 13–1&2: 91–99, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/drewes_v13n1-2.shtml.

South Africa.

“Libraries and Apartheid, with Particular Reference to the Transvaal.” Jacqueline A. Kalley. TWL 6–2: 54–71.

“Management Prospects and Challenges of Library Associations in Africa: The Case for Uganda Library Association and the Library and Information Association of South Africa.” Richard Kawooya. WL 11–1&2: 39–55.

“Observations on South African University Libraries.” Al Kagan. WL 7–1: 45–54, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/kagan_v07n1.shtml.

“Subject Specialisation at the University of Botswana Library and the Rand Afrikaans University Library: A Comparative Study.” Edwin Qobose. WL 9–2: 5–18.

South America.

“South American Authors in Major Bibliographic Databases.” Gretchen Whitney. TWL 2–1: 29–48, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/whitney_v02n1.shtml.

South Asia.

“The Global Resources Network (with a Description of the Digital South Asia Library by Gerald Hall).” James Simon. WL 15–1: 29–47, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/simon_v15n1.shtml.

Southeast Asia.

“Community Information and Referral Services for Rural Areas of Southeast Asia: A Conceptual Framework.” Katni Kimsono Kibat. TWL 1–2: 32–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/kibat_v01n2.shtml.

Special Libraries.

“Special Libraries and Other Information Institutions in Cuba.” Marta Terry González. Translated by Jane Carpenter. WL 13–1&2: 41–52, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/gonzales_v13n1-2.shtml.

Subject Specialization.

“Subject Specialisation at the University of Botswana Library and the Rand Afrikaans University Library: A Comparative Study.” Edwin Qobose. WL 9–2: 5–18.

Sweden.

“Creating a Library Plan for the Sámi in Sweden.” Peter Sarri. Translated by John Koren. WL 12–1: 71–78, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/sarri_v12n1.shtml.

Taiwan.

“American Institute in Taiwan: Cultural and Information Section.” Sally A. Taylor. TWL 6–2: 72–74.

“Current Status of the Library and Information Service in the Legislative Yuan, Taiwan.” Karl Min Ku. WL 7–1: 19–35, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol07no1/ku_v07n1.shtml.

“Recent Reference Books in Taiwan.” Martha Leung, Lin–Yea Cheng, and Joyce Y. Wu. TWL 3–2: 20–39.

“School Libraries in Taiwan: A Review of the Statistics Since 1950.” Martha C. Leung and Michael A. Davis. TWL 2–1: 17–28, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/leung_v02n1.shtml.

Tanzania.

“The Scientific Literature Service in Tanzania.” Kebede Gessesse and S.S. Mbwana. TWL 2–2: 60–61, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/gessesse_v02n2.shtml.

“The Tanzania Library Service: A Review of Recent Literature.” Cecilia Dahlgren. TWL 5–1: 30–41, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol05no1/dahlgren_v05n1.shtml.

Technology.

“The Perception of Technological Gap and Technological Lag.” Michael E.D. Koenig. TWL 2–2: 47–48, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/koenig_v02n2.shtml.

“Science–Technology–Medical Resources at the Center for Research Libraries.” Mary Wilke and Ginger Reilly. WL 15–1: 91–97, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol15no1/wilke_v15n1.shtml.

Terrorism.

“September 11th, 2001 and Libraries: Forging a Professional Persona.” Johan Koren. WL 11–1&2: 57–66.

Thailand.

“Provision of Library and Information Services to Rural Communities in Thailand.” Aree Cheuwattana and Shirley A. Fitzgibbons. WL 9–2: 19–36.

“Reaching Out to Young Readers in the Countryside: Thailand’s Experience.” Aree Cheunwattana. TWL 1–2: 28–31, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol01no2/cheunwattana_v01n2.shtml.

Theft.

“Theft and Mutilation; the Bane of Library Resources Development: Ramat Library Security Experience.” Bola Mebude Akinnigbagbe. WL 11–1&2: 17–29.

Transnational Corporations.

“A Basic Package of Information Sources for Dealing with Transnational Corporations.” Guy A. Marco. TWL 2–2: 40–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no2/sources_v02n2.shtml.

Tribal Libraries.

“Supporting, Documenting, and Preserving Tribal Cultural Lifeways: Library Services for Tribal Communities in the United States.” Loriene Roy and A. Arro Smith. WL 12–1: 55–65, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/roy_v12n1.shtml.

Tunisia.

“A Book Buyer in Tunisia.” Abazar Sepehri. TWL 2–1: 54–60, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol02no1/sepehri_v02n1.shtml.

Uganda.

“Management Prospects and Challenges of Library Associations in Africa: The Case for Uganda Library Association and the Library and Information Association of South Africa.” Richard Kawooya. WL 11–1&2: 39–55.

“A Study of the Information Seeking Behavior of Undergraduate Students of Makerere University, Uganda.” Miriam Kakai, R. Ikoja–Odongo, and I.M.N. Kigongo–Bukenya. WL 14–1: 57–79, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/kakai_v14n1.shtml.

United Nations.

“Protection of Rights of Holders of Traditional Knowledge, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities.” Lars Anders Baer. WL 12–1: 15–26, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/baer_v12n1.shtml.

United States.

“Academic Libraries in Two Hemispheres: Different Cultures and a Shared Vision.” Mary M. Wagner and Kathleen D. Rickert. WL 12–2: 49–55, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no2/wagnerricket_v12n2.shtml.

“Payment for Services Rendered: US–funded Dissent and the ‘Independent Libraries Project’ in Cuba.” Rhonda L. Neugebauer. WL 13–1&2: 23–39, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol13no1-2/neugebauer_v13n1-2.shtml.

“Supporting, Documenting, and Preserving Tribal Cultural Lifeways: Library Services for Tribal Communities in the United States.” Loriene Roy and A. Arro Smith. WL 12–1: 55–65, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol12no1/roy_v12n1.shtml.

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West Indies.

“Resource Sharing in the Caribbean, with Specific Reference to the University of the West Indies.” Tereza Annette Richards. TWL 4–2: 31–32, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol04no2/richards_v04n2.shtml.

“Thesis Writing and Preservation at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad: A Librarian’s Input.” Reginald Clarke. WL 10–1&2: 31–42, and at http://www.worlib.org/vol10no1-2/clarke_v10n1-2.shtml.

Western Indian Ocean Region.

“RECOSCIX–WIO: Providing Scientific Information to Marine Scientists in the Estern Indian Ocean Region.” L. Egghe and P. Pissierssens. WL 8–1: 14–26.

World Bank.

“Nigerian University Libraries and the World Bank Loan.” Ahmed Abdu Balarabe. TWL 5–2: 30–45.

“Retrenched Journals: Further on the World Bank Loan in Nigeria.” R. Olorunsola. TWL 6–1: 29–30.

Zambia.

“Meeting Information Needs of Researchers in Zambia.” Justin Chisenga. TWL 4–1: 65–66.

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