The first issue of volume two is done

Our second year of publication has started.  Issue 1 from volume 2 is now ready to read.  Below is the table of contents.

  • Editorial Introduction, by Ivan Gaetz, p. 1
  • Guest Editorial: Partnerships and Collaborations in Tough Times, by Joan Frye Williams and George Needham, pp. 2-3
  • Evolving in Collaboration: Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Workflows in North Carolina, by Mary G. Early and Anne Marie Taber, pp. 4-18
  • Library Collaboration and the Changing Environment: An Interview with Rick Lugg, R2 Consulting Abstract, by Rick Lugg, Cory Tucker and Chris Sugnet, pp. 19-21
  • From Passive to Pervasive: Changing Perceptions of the Library’s Role through Intra-Campus Partnerships, by Isaac Gilman and Marita Kunkel, pp. 22-32
  • Connecting Researchers with Funding Opportunities: A Joint Effort of the Libraries and the University Research Office, by Leslie M. Delserone, Julia A. Kelly, Jody L. Kempf, pp. 33-37
  • Rethinking Libraries in Terms of Learning and Working Collaboratively: An Interview with Mary Somerville, by Mary Somerville, Janet Lee, and Ivan Gaetz, pp. 38-43
  • The Medium Is Still the Message, by Mitchell Davis, pp. 44-46
  • Review of Academic Library Outreach: Beyond the Campus Walls, by Barbara M. Pope, p. 47

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