Volume 26, Number 1, 2002
, Lesly Huxley
: From static content to dynamic communities: the evolution of networked educational resources.
: An evaluation of help mechanisms in natural language information retrieval systems.
: A case study of the usability testing of the University of South Florida's virtual library interface design.
Volume 26, Number 2, 2002
: The branching structure for individual learning skills differences in instructional hypermedia.
Stephen M. Mutula
: The cellular phone economy in the SADC region: implications for libraries.
: Subject gateway sites and search engine ranking.
: Perspectives on children's navigation of the World Wide Web: does the type of search task make a difference?
Volume 26, Number 3, 2002
: Remember the human: the first rule of netiquette, librarians and the Internet.
Volume 26, Number 4, 2002
: Multi-script bibliographic database: an Indian perspective.
: Missing links: the quest for better search tools.
Syed Sajjad Ahmed
: Managing change to enhance Web-based services in the Arabian Gulf libraries.
: Research note: in praise of Google: finding law journal Web sites.
Volume 26, Number 5, 2002
: The Internet as a new medium for the sciences? The effects of Internet use on traditional scientific communication media among social scientists in Germany.
, Ai Tee Tan
: Usage of information resources by computer engineering students: a case study of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
: Aiming at quality and coverage combined: blending physical and virtual union catalogues.
Volume 26, Number 6, 2002
: Technology and privacy in the academic library.
: The South Australian Public Libraries Network Web site (iNet): efficiencies through collaboration.
Jeffrey N. Gatten
: The politics of the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA) in digital information policy development.
: Web site evaluation: a survey of undergraduates.
, Clément Arsenault
: Web information seeking and retrieval in digital library contexts: towards an intelligent agent solution.
: Research dissemination and invocation on the Web.