Librarians, archivists, and other information specialists may already know about the electronic version of Library Journal (the oldest independent national library publication), but those not in the know will want to take a look at this site. With each issue containing dozens of articles on numerous facets on the operation of libraries (and future trends), the site is really an indispensable resource for those in the field. Various sections of the online edition deal with extensive product reviews for books and other items, prepublication alerts, and timely pieces on collection development. The site also contains archives of the Library Journal dating back to February 1997, and a search engine for looking for articles and items on specific topics. One particular section of the site that is worth taking a look at is the section of the Journal devoted to discussing current trends and issues regarding the world of digital libraries and related initiatives.


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