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1Rettig, J.: Future reference : 'sired by a hurricane, dam'd by an earthquake'.
In: Reference librarian. 1996, no.54, S.75-94.
Abstract: During the past decade, changes in the environment in which reference librarians work have prompted questions about the effectiveness of time honoured service patterns and mechanisms. In response to internal and external pressures and forces, during the 1990s some refe4rence managers transformed questioning into action and conducted experiements with modifications in service structures and methods. Several trends are beginning to emerge. The common thread among them is a fcous on the needs of the individual user. These trends may reshape the way reference service is performed
2Rettig, J.: Beyond 'cool' : analog models for reviewing digital resources.
In: Online. 20(1996) no.5, S.52-64.
Abstract: The quality of information on the Internet is varied. Examines some of the review services available and their evaluation criteria: cool sites, Excite, GNN Select, Magellan, CyberHound, iGuide, Yahoo!, Internet Life, Point and services from librarians. The latter services follow print reviewing criteria. Discusses how these criteria can be modified for use with digital resources, stressing that current reviewing processes on the Internet need to change to ensure quality
Objekt: CoolSites ; Excite ; GNN Select ; Magellan ; CyberHound ; iGuide ; Yahoo ; InternetLife ; Point
3Rettig, J.: Academic reference service astride a fault line.
In: Wilson library bulletin. 67(1993) no.9, S.53-57.
Abstract: Reports on a conference held at the Library Institutions Institute March 12-14, 1993 to develop a new model for academic reference services. examines the differing models currently being examined. Suggests elements of future reference work. Examines the effects of the changes and how to bring them about