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Recap

Art & Humanities Information Flow

Timeline Where it's reported How to find that information
Publication
  • Publisher's catalogs, ads, and trade periodicals
GALILEO and print periodical indexes for trade periodicals; library special collections for manuscripts, catalogs, brochures, and other ephemera.
1-6 months
  • Reviews in newspapers and some magazines
GALILEO and print newspaper and magazine indexes
One year
  • Reviews in literary periodicals
GALILEO and print periodical indexes
Three years
  • Interviews
GALILEO and print newspaper and periodical indexes; transcripts of radio or TV interviews are hard to find, but may be available through the Lexis/Nexis database on GALILEO.
Six years
  • Scholarly article
GALILEO and print journal indexes
Nine years
  • Survey book/textbook
GIL Library Catalog
Twelve years
  • Obituaries and articles following her death
GALILEO and print newspaper and magazine indexes
Twenty three years
  • Ph.D. dissertations
Dissertation Abstracts database on GALILEO, Interlibrary Loan
Forty three years
  • Full-length book published
  • Included in reference books
GIL Library Catalog
Today, forward
  • Accepted into literary canon
GIL Library Catalog, GALILEO indexes to literary criticism and scholarly articles, reference books, web sites

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Adapted from (link will open in a new window) UCLA College Library (accessed April 4, 2001) which was adapted from Sharon Hogan's original  Flow of Information  conceptual approach to library instruction 1980 by Diane Zwemer, Instructional Services Coordinator, UCLA College Library.

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