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American Library Association.
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) Legal FAQ
http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/advocacy/federallegislation/cipa/index.cfm
American Library Association. 2001.
Free access to libraries for minors: an interpretation of the library Bill of rights
http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/intfreedom/librarybill/interpretations/freeaccesslibraries.cfm
American Library Association. 2001.
Libraries & the Internet Toolkit: Tips and Guidance for Managing and Communicating about the Internet.
http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/oif/iftoolkits/litoolkit/default.cfm
American Library Association. 2001.
Resolution on Opposition to Federally Mandated Internet Filtering.
http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/oif/statementspols/ifresolutions/resolutionopposition.cfm
American Library Association
Access to Digital Information, Services, and Networks.
http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/intfreedom/librarybill/interpretations/accessdigital.cfm
Balas, Janet L. 1999.
Online resources for adaptive information technologies. Computers in libraries 19(6):38-40.
Bush, Vannevar. 1945.
As we may think. Atlantic monthly 176 (July 1945): 101-108.
Caffo, Rosella. 2010.
Strategies for institutions: responding to the digital challenge. In Digital library futures: user perspectives and institutional strategies. Berlin: Du Gruyter Saur.
Cantor, Alan. 1996.
The adaptible approach: a practical guide to planning accessible libraries. In Library hi tech 14(1):41-45.
Chalfen, Daniel Hilton and Sharon E. Farb. 1996.
Universal access and the ADA: a disability access design specification for the new UCLA Library online information system. In Library hi tech 14(1):51-56.
Consumer Reports. 2001.
"Digital chaperones for kids" (e-reserve)
and
"Filtering software: Better, but still fallible".
Coombs, Karen A. 2005.
Protecting user privacy in the age of digital libraries. Computers in libraries 25(6):16-20.
Deines-Jones, Courtney. 1996.
Access to library Internet services for patrons with disabilities: pragmatic considerations for developers. In Library hi tech 14(1):57-64.
Dervin, Brenda and Michael Nilan. 1986.
Information needs and uses. In Annual review of information science and technology (ARIST) 21:3-33.
Dixon, Judith M. 1996.
Levelling the road ahead: guidelines for the creation of WWW pages accessible to blind and visually handicapped users. In Library hi tech 14(1):65-68.
Garlock, Kristen L. and Sherry Piontek. 1999
Designing Web interfaces to library services and resources. Chicago: American Library Association.
Goddard, Marti. 2004
Access through technology. Library Journal. 129:2-6 (Spring2004).
Harter, Stephen P. 1992
Psychological relevance and information science. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 43(9):602-615.
Hopkins, Janet. 2004.
School library accessibility: the role of assistive technology. Teacher Librarian.31(3):15- (Feb2004).
Jacso, Peter. 2005.
As we may search—Comparison of major features of the Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar citation-based and citation-enhanced databases. Current science 89(9,10):1537-1547).
Lisiecki, Christine. 1999.
Adaptive technology equipment for the library. Computers in libraries 19(6):18-22.
Mizzaro, Stefano. 1997.
Relevance: the whole history. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48(9):810-832.
Morgan, Eric Lease. 1999.
Adaptive technologies for better service. Computers in libraries 19(6):35-36.
Morville, Peter and Louis Rosenfeld. 2007.
Information architecture for the World Wide Web. Sebastopol, California: O'Reilly.
Nahl, Diane. 1996.
The User-centered revolution: 1970-1995. In Encyclopedia of microcomputers vol. 19:143-199.
Available on the Web at: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~nahl/articles/user/user1toend_toc.html
Assignment is to read the following sections:
The New Paradigm Establishes Itself
User-Centered vs. System-Centered Approaches
Replacing the Centrality of the System
Criteria for User-Friendliness
Toward Human-Centered Design
Nahl, Diane and Violet H. Harada. 1996.
Composing Boolean search statements: self-confidence, concept analysis, search logic, and errors. School library media quarterly 24(4):199-207.
Noble, Steve. 1996.
Recording for the blind and dyslexic: the development of an Internet accessible online catalog. In Library hi tech 14(1):69-73.
Noble, Steve. 1999.
Accessible text formats: from RFB&D to in-house production. In McNulty, Tom (ed.), Accessible libraries on campus: a practical guid for the creation of disability-friendly libraries (Chicago: Association of College and REsearch Libraries).
Osborne, Larry N. and Margaret Nakamura. 1994.
Systems analysis for librarians and information professionals. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited.
(Note: We will be reading chapters 1-3.)
Pao, Miranda Lee. 1989
Concepts of information retrieval. Chapter 7: Information representation. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited.
Saracevic, Tefko. 1975.
Relevance: a review of and a framework for the thinking on the notion in information science. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 26:321-343.
Schamber, Linda; Eisenberg, Michael; and Michael S. Nilan. 1990.
A re-examination of relevance: toward a dynamic, situational definition. Information processing & management 26(6):755-776.
Shelly, Gary B.; Cashman, Thomas J.; Waggoner, Gloria A.; and William C. Waggoner. 1996.
Using computers: a gateway to information. Danvers, Massachusetts: Boyd & Fraser.
(Note: We will be reading chapter four.)
Spool, Jared M.; Scanlon, Tara; Schroeder, Will; Snyder, Carolyn; and Terri DeAngelo. 1997.
Web site usability: a designer's guide. North Andover, Massachusetts: User Interface Engineering.
Tanenbaum, Andrew S. 2003
Computer networks. 4th ed. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey : Prentice Hall. (Chapter One) (e-reserve)
Taylor, Robert S. 1968.
Question-negotiation and information seeking in libraries. College & research libraries May 1968:178-194.
Tittel, Ed.; Price, Susan; and James Michael Stewart.
Web graphics sourcebook. New York : Wiley Computer Pub., c1997.
United States of America. Congress. 2000.
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
http://frwebgate5.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/TEXTgate.cgi?WAISdocID=86969981421+2+1+0&WAISaction=retrieve
Scroll down to Title TITLE XVII--CHILDREN'S INTERNET PROTECTION
If the above link does not work, go to the "GPO Access : Public and Private Laws: Search" page at http://www.gpoaccess.gov/plaws/search.html.
Select Public and Private Laws, 106th Congress.
Search on "public law 106-554" (include the quotes).
Follow the Pub.L. 106-554 link to the text of the act.
Scroll down to Title TITLE XVII--CHILDREN'S INTERNET PROTECTION.
Wallace, Danny P. 1989.
Bibliometrics and citation analysis. In Olsgaard, John. (ed.), Principles and applications of information science for library professionals. Chicago: American Library Association.
Wodtke, Christina. 2003.
Information architecture: blueprints for the Web. Indianapolis: New Riders.

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