Before the rising popularity of the Internet in the mid 1990s, Scott Memorial Library, like most others, used printed newsletters to inform users about new resources and services. The JEFFLINE Forum, our attempt to resuscitate the Library's newsletter by employing the technical advantages-and increasing presence-of the Web, debuted in October of 1999. The fifth anniversary of the Forum seemed like a good time to look back at its evolution and to examine some of the challenges inherent in developing and sustaining a library newsletter.
Mikita, Liz; Kipnis, Daniel G.; and Frisby, Anthony J., "Developing and Sustaining a Web-Based Library Newsletter" (2005). Academic Commons and Scott Memorial Library Staff Papers and Presentations. Paper 1.
Accepted for publication in Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2006.