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									The Future of Print Reference: A Bibliography
Compiled by Hope Houston
September 19, 2007

Blankenship, Lisa and Jennifer Leffler. “Where Are the Reference Books?” Colorado
      Libraries. Spring 2006: 10-13.

Blummer, Barbara. “E-Books Revisited: The Adoption of Electronic Books by Special,
     Academic, and Public Libraries.” Internet Reference Services Quarterly. 11.2
     (2006): 1-13.

Bristow, Ann. “Acquiring Reference Tools: Some Thoughts on Current Issues.” The
       Acquisitions Librarian. 15.29 (2003): 13-22.

Cassell, Kay and Uma Hiremath. “The Future of Reference.” Public Libraries.
       January/February 2007: 10-12.

Frase, Rose M. and Barbara Salit-Mischel. “Right-sizing the Reference Collection.”
        Public Libraries. January/February 2007: 40-44.

“Future of Reference Publishing Debated by Vendors, Librarians.” Library Hotline
       July 30, 2007: 3-4.

Kim, Dae-Jung. “Libraries: Prime Movers for the Age of Knowledge and Information.”
      IFLA Journal. 32 (2006): 278-280.

Levrault, Bethany R. “Integration in Academic Reference Departments: From Print to
       Digital Resources.” The Acquisitions Librarian. 18.35 (2006): 21-36.

Nall, Clark and Janice Steed Lewis. “Integrating Print and Electronic Resources: Joyner
       Library’s Pirate Source.” The Acquisitions Librarian. 17.33/34 (2005): 107-120.

Pitney, Barbara and Nancy Slote. “Going Mobile: The KCLS Roving Reference Model.”
        Public Libraries. January/February 2007: 54-68.

Puacz, Jeanne Holba. “Electronic vs. Print Reference Sources in Public Library
       Collections.” The Reference Librarian. 91/92 (2005): 39-51.

Reger, Nancy K. “Redefining Reference Services: Transitioning at One Public Library.”
       Reference & User Services Quarterly. 38.1 (1998): 73-75.

Robbins, Sarah, Cheryl McCain, and Laurie Scrivener. “The Changing Format of
      Reference Collections: Are Research Libraries Favoring Electronic Access over
      Print?” The Acquisitions Librarian 18.35: 75-93.

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