The convergence of the twain or titanic collision? Bi and reference in the 1990s' sea of change

@inproceedings{Rettig1995TheCO,
  title={The convergence of the twain or titanic collision? Bi and reference in the 1990s' sea of change},
  author={James R. Rettig},
  year={1995}
}
It all began a very long time ago, sometime before 1876, that annus mirabilis of librarianship during which the American Library Association was founded, Library Journal debuted, and Samuel Green published in its pages the first article about reference librarianship. And it continues today. In April 1994, an unidentified library school student from the State University of New York at Buffalo queried the participants of the LIBREFL listserv, asking them, “Can you give a summary of the ‘hot… CONTINUE READING