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Further reading

Ardell, Don & Donovan, Grant. 1991, Live More of Your Life—The Wellness Way. Melbourne: Southdown Press.

Arthur E. Bostwick. Two tendencies of American library work: Library Journal. Number 36, 1911, pp.275-278.

AT&T Information Broker: http://www.att.com/rnb/members/ifax/rnb11810.html

Australian Public Libraries—Statistical Survey 1996-1997. Council of Australian State Libraries. 1998. Canberra: ACT Information Management and Libraries.

Axford, H. William. Effective resource allocation in library management: Library Trends 25. Number 4, April 1975, pp.547-572.

Baldwin, Gabrielle. Reading Women: Gender Roles in Libraries: Libraries—the Heart of the Matter (Proceedings of the Australian Library and Information Association 2nd Biennial Conference. 1992, pp.5-7. Australia: D.W. Thorpe (for Australian Library and Information Association).

Battin, Patricia. Beyond Crumbling Books: Preservation Strategies for the Nineties: Libraries—The Heart of the Matter (Proceedings of the Australian Library and Information Association 2nd Biennial Conference). 1992. Australia: D. W. Thorpe (a part of Reed Reference Publishing) for Australian Library and Information Association, pp.15-18.

Breeding, Marshall. Epixtech Partners with Citrix Systems on ASP Solution for Library Automation: Information Today. 28 March 2000. 17(3):28.

Cane, Georgina. 1987, Catalogue cards to machine-readable data: ASCIS marketing to 10,000 schools: Lifestyles and Libraries—Proceedings of the 24th LAA Conference Darwin 1986.Sydney: Library Association of Australia, pp.359-380.

Chan, G.K.L., The systems librarian, in Revill, D.H. (ed.), Personnel management in polytechnic libraries. Aldershot, Gower in association with COPOL, 1987, pp.175-199.

Cochrane, Pauline A. A paradigm shift in library science: Information Technology and Libraries. March 1983, 2(1): pp.3-4.

Coxon, Howard. Book Lenders of Old must Borrow Self-esteem: The Australian. 1 January 1992, p.14.

Danton, J. Periam. Our librariesÑThe trend towards democracy: Library Quarterly 4. January 1934, pp.16-27.

Drucker, Peter F. 1985, Innovation and entrepreneurship: practices and principles. London: Heinemann.

Gertrude, G. Drury. 1924, The Library and its Organization. New York: H. W. Wilson, pp.83-84.

Grice, R.A. 1989, Online Information: What do people want? What do people need?: The Society of Text. USA: MIT Press.

Grosvenor, Mark. Rethinking library information services for the digital era: Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services. September 1999, v12, Issue 3, p.114.

Henry F. Korth and Abraham Silberschatz. Database Research Faces the Information Explosion: Communications of the ACM, February 1997/Vol. 40, No. 2, pp.139-142.

http://www.webman.com.au/e-book_advantages.html

http://faculty.mckendree.edu/william_harroff/ebe/ebook_advantages_over_pbooks.htm

Joyce, D. Joan. 1987, Enhancing Subject Access to Online Public Access Catalogues: Lifestyles and Libraries—Proceedings of the 24th LAA Conference Darwin 1986.Sydney: Library Association of Australia, pp.827-838.

Kidman, Angus. Ebook advocates continue experiments: Australian Personal Computer. October 2000, Volume 21, Number 10, p.18. Kidman, Angus. Bright planet, dim solution: Australian Personal Computer. October 2000, Volume 21, Number 10, p.52.

Kuczynski, Alex. Murdoch loses magazine drive: The Age (Business Section). 19 July 2001, p.2.

Martin, S.K. The role of the systems librarian: Journal of librarian administration. Volume 9 Number 4, 1988, pp.57-68.

Messing, John. 1992, The Paperless Office, the Bookless Library and other Computing Myths: Libraries—The Heart of the Matter (Proceedings of the Australian Library and Information Association 2nd Biennial Conference). 1992. Australia: D. W. Thorpe (a part of Reed Reference Publishing) for Australian Library and Information Association, pp.231-233.

Muirhead, Graeme (ed.). 1994, The systems librarian: the role of the library systems manager. London: Library Association Publishing.

Patel, Kam. The borrowers' life on the shelf: The Times Higher. 4 December 1998.

Rossi, Sandra. Secure Site: Stories told by IT security managers: Computerworld. 15 April 2002, pp.20-22.

Rowley, J. E. & Turner, C. M. D. 1978, The Dissemination of Information. London: Andr Deutsch Limited.

Schuyler, Michael. Turnkey Systems Solutions: Computers in Libraries. October 2000. Volume 20, Issue 9, p.56.

Stone, Elizabeth W (ed.). Personnel development and continuing education in libraries: Library Trends 20. Number 1, July 1971, p.3.

Stueart, Robert D. & Eastlick, John Taylor. 1981, Library Management. Second Edition. Littleton, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, Inc.

We Have the Information You Want, But Getting It Will Cost You: Being Held Hostage by Information Overload: http://info.acm.org/crossroads/xrds1-1/mnelson.html

Whitehall, Tom. 1986, Practical Current Awareness Services from Libraries. Aldershot, England: Gower Publishing Company Limited.

Winslow, Amy. Staff participation in management: Wilson Library Bulletin 27, April 1953, pp.624-628.

Wright, Janette. 1992, Can We Survive Economic Rationalism: Libraries—The Heart of the Matter (Proceedings of the Australian Library and Information Association 2nd Biennial Conference). 1992. Australia: D. W. Thorpe (a part of Reed Reference Publishing) for Australian Library and Information Association, pp.379-383.