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American Library Association.
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) Legal FAQ
American Library Association. 2001.
Free access to libraries for minors: an interpretation of the library Bill of rights
American Library Association. 2001.
Libraries & the Internet Toolkit: Tips and Guidance for Managing and Communicating about the Internet.
American Library Association. 2001.
Resolution on Opposition to Federally Mandated Internet Filtering.
American Library Association
Access to Digital Information, Services, and Networks.
Balas, Janet L. 1999.
Online resources for adaptive information technologies. Computers in libraries 19(6):38-40.
Batch, Kristen R. 2014.
Fencing out knowledge: impacts of the Children's Internet Protection Act 10 year later. American Library Assocation Office for Intellectual Freedom.
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)
"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).
Kelleher, Angie. 2013.
Not just a place to sleep: homeless perspectives on libraries in central Michigan. Library review 62(1/2):19-33.
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:
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. c1997.
Web graphics sourcebook. New York : Wiley Computer Pub.
Todd, Kate. 2014.
Beyond assistive technology: presentation at Texas Library Association conference. Library Hi tech news. 31(7):1-5.
United States of America. Congress. 2000.
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
If the above link does not work, go to the "GPO Access : Public and Private Laws: Search" page at
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.
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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