Increasing Effective Student Use of the Scientific Journal Literature. NSDL-IMLS AII Project Meeting.(2003).
Journal Reading Patterns of Medical Faculty in a Digital Age. Southern Chapter, Medical Library Association.(2003).
Library Economic Measures: Examples of the Comparison of Print & Electronic Journal Collections. Library Trends. 51, 376-400.(2003).
Not All Users Are Alike: How do Age and Productivity Affect User Behavior?. 23rd Annual Charleston Conference. 237-243.(2003).
Patterns of Journal Use by Faculty at Three Diverse Universities. D-Lib Magazine. 9, Available at http://www.dlib.org/dlib/october03/king/10king.html.(2003).
Patterns of Journal Use by Scientists Through Three Evolutionary Phases. D-Lib Magazine. 9, Available at http://www.dlib.org/dlib/may03/king/05king.html.(2003).
Patterns of Journal Use: What Are Our Users Telling Us?. Charleston Conference 2003.(2003).
Patterns of Journal Use: What Are Our Users Telling Us?. 23rd Annual Charleston Conference. 244-248.(2003).
Science Journals and Science Students: Bringing Them Together. The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series.(2003).
Undergraduate science students and electronic scholarly journals. In Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 291-297.(2003).
Undergraduate Science Students and Electronic Scholarly Journals. ASISI&T 2003 Annual Metting.(2003).
Undergraduate Science Students and Electronic Scholarly Journals. ASIST Annual Meeting.(2003).
Understanding User Behavior. ASIDIC Annual Meeting.(2003).
What Can We Learn About Different Usage Data Methods. ASIST Annual Meeting.(2003).
What It Really Costs. 19th International Learned Journals Seminar.(2003).
Astronomer’s Use of Journals. Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting.(2002).
Database Marketplace 2002. Library Journal. 127, 42-56.(2002).
A Decade of Digital Reference: 1991 – 2001. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 41, 264-273.(2002).
Educating Tomorrow’s Information Professionals Today. Searcher. 10, 12-16..(2002).
E-Journals and Print Journals: Similarities and Differences in Reader Behavior. Online Meeting. 311-319.(2002).
E-Journals vs. Print Journals—Similarities and Differences in Reader Behavior. Information Today 2002 Meeting.(2002).
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Electronic or Print: Are Scholarly Journals Still Important?. UK Serials Group, 25th Anniversary Meeting.(2002).
A Glimpse of the Future Use of Scholarly Journals with Data from the Past and Present. Charleston Conference 2002.(2002).
A Glimpse of the Future Use of Scholarly Journals with Data from the Past and Present. 22nd Annual Charleston Conference. 36-41.(2002).
How Scientists Use Electronic Journals. Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting.(2002).
Information Metrics and User Studies. Center for Information Behaviour and the Evaluation of Research (CIBER), Symposium.(2002).
Reading Behaviour and Electronic Journal. Learned Publishing. 15,(2002).
Scholarly Publishing at the Crossroads. Scholarly Publishing and the Common Good Forum.(2002).
Use Patterns of Print and Electronic Journals. 4th Annual Fiesole Series Symposium.(2002).
The Way Forward: An Overall Perspective. The Ingenta Institute Report Proceedings The Consortium Site Licence: Is it a Sustainable Model?. 217-222.(2002).
Database marketplace 2001: Racing at Full Speed. Library Journal. 126, 45 - 58.(2001).
Electronic Journals: How User Behaviour is Changing. Online Information Meeting.(2001).
Lessons for the Future of Journals. Nature. 672-674.(2001).
Reference Services in the New Millennium. Online. 25, 40-45.(2001).
Scientific Journals: Bytes out of Myth, Bits of Reality. Knoxville Area Health Sciences Library Consortium.(2001).
Scientists’ Use of Journals: Differences (and Similarities) Between Print and Electronic. Online Meeting. 469-481.(2001).
The Use and Value of Scientific Journals. New Jersey/ American Society of Information Science and Technology.(2001).
The Use and Value of Scientific Journals: Past, Present and Future. Serials. 113-120.(2001).
Using and Reading Scholarly Literature. (Williams, M. E., Ed.).Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. 34, 423-477.(2001).
What Do We Know About Scientists’ Use of Information?. Online Meeting. 175-181.(2001).
What Do We Know About Scientists’ Use of Information in General: The Role of the Literature and Other Information Sources. Metadiversity II: Assessing the Information Requirements of the Biodiversity Community, U.S. Geological Survey and the National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services.(2001).
Are Fee-Based Online Services Dinosaurs? and The Future of Scholarly Journals: Bytes Out of Myths and Bits of Reality. owa Library Association.(2000).
The Cost and Price Dilemma of Scholarly Journals. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science. 37, 63-66.(2000).
Looking Forward, Looking Back: Context for the New Millenium. North Carolina Librarians meeting.(2000).
Patterns of Database Use in Academic Libraries. College & Research Libraries. 61, 234-246.(2000).
Patterns of Database Use in Public Libraries. Reference and User Services Quarterly. 40, 39-52.(2000).
Scholarly Journals: Do They Have a Future?. Connections 2000.(2000).
Towards Electronic Journals: Realities for Scientists, Librarians, and Publishers. Special Libraries Association.(2000).