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ISQ Summer 2009 coverInformation Standards Quarterly (ISQ)
Summer 2009
Volume 21, Issue 3

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Table of Contents

FEATURES

  • NISO 70th anniversary & ISQ 20th anniversary Part 3: 2001 - present
  • Journal Article Versions: Review of Recommendations/Projects
    by Catherine Jones and T.  Scott Plutchak
  • NFAIS Best Practices for Publishing Journal Articles
    by Jill O'Neill and Bonnie Lawlor
  • The International Standard Text Code (ISTC): An Overview and Status Report
    by Andy Weissberg

OPINION

  • REVIEW: IFLA’s New Guidelines for Multilingual Thesauri
    by Bella Hass Weinberg
  • The Information Bomb and Activity Streams
    by Jay Datema

QUESTION & ANSWER

  • Member Spotlight on SirsiDynix: Where Standards Are a Core Value
    by Cynthia Hodgson

NISO REPORTS

  • NISO's Discovery to Delivery Topic Committee: Ensuring End User Access to Information
    by Tony O'Brien & Tim Shearer

CONFERENCE REPORT

  • Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference
    by Fiona Bradley
  • ISO TC46 Nairobi Meeting Report
    by Todd Carpenter
  • NISO/BISG Forum: Changing Standards Landscape for E-Books
    by NISO Staff
  • Rethinking Resource Sharing (RRS) Forum IV 2009
    by Beatrice Pulliam

NOTEWORTHY

  • White Paper Discusses Need for Streamlined Book Metadata Workflow
  • CrossRef Provides Best Practices for Using DOIs with Books
  • SUSHI Implementation Tools and Aids Available
  • In Memoriam: James Joseph Michael
  • Pilot Program to Use Cloud Technologies to Test Perpetual Access to Digital Content
  • OLE Project Publishes Reference Model for Next Generation Library Systems
  • New Initiative: Vocabulary Mapping Framework

STATE of the STANDARDS