Arriving in my mailbox a week or two back was the May edition of the Australian Library Journal (ALJ). This issue’s articles include:
- Current demand and future need for undergraduate LIS education in Australia – Roy Sanders
- Manifestations of metadata: from Alexandria to the Web – old is new again – Patricia Kennedy
- What the politicians think of the Australian Parliamentary Library – Roxanne Missingham
- Finding what you’re looking for: a reader-centred approach to the classification of adult fiction in public libraries – Richard Maker
…not to mention a bunch of book reviews, plus articles in memory of Harrison Bryan (1923-2008).