SPEC Kit 324: Collecting Global Resources · 177
Books and Articles
ACRL Research Planning and Review Committee. “2010 Top Ten Trends in Academic Libraries: A Review
of the Current Literature.” College & Research Libraries News 71, no. 6 (June 2010): 286–92. http://crln.acrl.
Anglada, Lluís, and Ernest Abadal, eds. Open Access in Southern European Countries. Madrid: FECYT, 2010.
Brown, Carolyn T. The Changing Nature of Area Studies. Paper presented at the Center for Research Libraries
and Library of Congress International Collections Development Workshop, Washington, DC. February
“Chapter 7 Survey of Area Studies Collections.” Journal of Library Administration 27, no. 3 (1999): 61–121.
Connaway, Lynn Silipigni, Timothy J. Dickey, and Marie L. Radford. 2011. “‘If It Is Too Inconvenient, I’m
Not Going After It.:’ Convenience as a Critical Factor in Information-seeking Behaviors.” Library
and Information Science Research 33: 179–90. doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2010.12.002 Pre-print available online at:
Evalds, Victoria K., and David Henige (eds.), Africanist Librarianship in an Era of Change. Lanham, MD:
Scarecrow Press, 2005.
Hazen, Dan C., and James Henry Spohrer, eds. Building Area Studies Collections. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz,
Hickey, C. D. “Area Studies Libraries in the Global Studies Milieu: Implications for Non-Roman Script Print
Resource Management and University Library Budgets and Staffing.” Library Collections, Acquisitions &
Technical Services 30, no. 1/2 (March 2006): 77–84.
Jakubs, Deborah. “A Library by Any Other Name: Change, Adaptation, Transformation.“ Prepared for
SALALM LV: The Future of Latin American Library Collections and Research: Contributing and
Adapting to New Trends in Research Libraries. Providence, RI, July 25, 2010. http://salalm.blogspot.
Kietlinski, Robin. “Bounded Thought: Area Studies and the Fluidity of Academic Disciplines.” Japan Studies
Review (Miami, FL) 12 (2008): 91–106.
Kim, Joy. “Purpose Driven Progress: Korean Studies Librarianship in North America, 1990–2009.” Journal of
East Asian Libraries (Provo, UT), 149 (2009): 19–44.