A Comparison of the Iter Bibliography and the International Medieval Bibliography

@article{Newton2010ACO,
  title={A Comparison of the Iter Bibliography and the International Medieval Bibliography},
  author={Daniel Newton and Jennalyn W. Tellman},
  journal={Reference and User Services Quarterly},
  year={2010},
  volume={49},
  pages={265-277}
}
Librarians and researchers studying medieval history need a sophisticated understanding of the contents of relevant databases, including the Iter Bibliography and the International Medieval Bibliography, to develop effective research strategies. Such an understanding includes the strengths and usefulness of the individual databases and an appreciation of what materials are unique to each of the databases. A comparison of journal titles indexed by each of these databases does not provide… 

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