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The IASSIST Quarterly (IQ) has moved to a new platform!  This enables a lot of positive enhancements behind the scenes for processing submissions and posting new issues, but will be mainly transparent for readers.  The link below will take you to the new site, including both new issues and our full backfile.

IASSIST Quarterly: Fall/Winter 1990

  • Data Bank on the U.S.A. and Soviet-American Relations
    Tatyana Yudina
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  • The Changing Nature of Networking in the Research Library Community
    Henriette D. Avram
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  • Alternative Databases: The Research Resource Division For Refugees
    Les Teichroew
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  • Data Infrastructure For The Social Sciences In The Netherlands
    Gerton Heyne
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  • Archival Soundbites, Footage, and Photographs — Past, Present and Future: The Perspective of a Documentary Filmmaker and Sociologist
    Karl Schonborn
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  • The Henry A. Murray Research Center: Alternative Data Sources - Unique, Yet Less Visible Archives and Programs
    Erin Phelps
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  • Distribution Of Census Data On CD-ROM To Depository Libraries
    Juri Stratford
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  • Accessing City-County Data Book via DBASE III: Census CD-ROMs from the Ground Up
    Fredric Gey
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  • Sex on the Racks: Issues of Data Collection and Access
    Daniel C. Tsang
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  • Using New Technologies to Provide Easy Access to Research Databases
    Andy Covell
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    Publications Special issue: A pioneer data librarian
    Welcome to the special volume of the IASSIST Quarterly (IQ (37):1-4, 2013). This special issue started as exchange of ideas between Libbie Stephenson and Margaret Adams to collect


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