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Bulletin

The Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology is a bi-monthly news magazine packed with developments and issues affecting the field, pragmatic management reports, opinion, and news of people and events in the information science community.

BulletinThis Issue
April/May 2010
Vol. 36, No. 4
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  SPECIAL SECTION                                                                                   

Schools of Information and Undergraduate Education
by Mary Lynn Rice-Lively, Guest Editor
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Creating an Interdisciplinary ICT Bachelor's Degree at Florida State University
by Michelle M. Kazmer, Ebrahim Randeree and Gary R. Heald
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Undergraduate in a Graduate School: The University of Texas iSchool Experience
by Mary Lynn Rice-Lively
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Hacking, Surveillance and Pornography: Lessons from Teaching Controversial Subjects
by Lance Hayden
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Minding the Verge: Moderating Webcasts and Chat
by Don Hamerly
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  FEATURES                                                                                                  

The Conundrum of Providing Authoritative Online Consumer Health Information: Current Research and Implications for Information Professionals
by Diane M. Neal
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Mentoring, Energy and Passion: Key Leadership Ingredients for ASIS&T
by Cassidy R. Sugimoto
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  IA COLUMN                                                                                                 

Gaining Perspective
by Thom Haller
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  DEPARTMENTS                                                                                          

President's Page
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Editor's Desktop
by Irene Travis
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Inside ASIS&T
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