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Welcome to Bruce Slutsky subject guides page. This page will help you to learn about library resources in my areas of responsibility.

Personal Information about Bruce

Bruce Slutsky  has a BS in chemistry from City College of New York, a masters degree in chemistry from the University of Rhode Island, and a masters degree in library and information science from Pratt Insitute.  He started his career as a laboratory chemist. He became a librarian and worked at  the New York Public Library and St. Johns University.  For the last 24 years he has worked as a Science/Engineering Librarian at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark. Since 2000 Bruce has been the Convener of the METRO Science Librarians Special Interest Group.

 

Publications of Bruce Slutsky

Slutsky, B., & Aytac, S. (2016). Bibliometric Analysis and Comparison of Two STEM LIS Journals: Science & Technology Libraries and Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship (2005–2014). Science & Technology Libraries35(2), 152-171. doi:10.1080/0194262X.2016.1171191

Aytac, S., & Slutsky, B. (2015). Research in Academic Reference Librarianship: Review of the 2008–2012 Published Research. The Reference Librarian, 56(3), 205-215. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1080/02763877.2014.1002730

Aytac, S., & Slutsky, B. (2014). Published Librarian Research, 2008 through 2012: Analyses and Perspectives. Collaboartive Librarianship, 6(4), 147-159.

Slutsky, B., & Aytac, S. (2014). Publication Patterns of Science, Technology, and Medical Librarians: Review of the 2008–2012 Published Research. Science and Technology Libraries, 33(4), 369-382. doi:10.1080/0194262X.2014.952486

Osorio, N. L., Slutsky, Bruce. (2012). A Tribute and BioBibliometric Study of Ellis Mount, the First Editor-in-Chief of Science & Technology Libraries. Science and Technology Libraries, 31(4), 394-411. doi: 10.1080/0194262x.2012.730385 

Slutsky, B. (1993). Communicating Science to the Public: An Address to Non-Science Librarians. The Reference Librarian(No. 40), 73-87
 
Slutsky, B. (1991). The American Chemical Society Career Consultants Program. The Indicator, 72(8), 24
 
Slutsky, B. (1991). A Careers in Chemical Information Workshop. Journal of Chemical Education, 68(1), 43-45.  

Slutsky, B. (1991). How to Avoid Science Anxiety Among Science Librarians. Science and Technology Libraries, 12(1), 11-19.  

Slutsky, B. (1990). Asksam in the New York Public Libary. In M. Fox (Ed.), Exploring Asksam (pp. 43-58). New York: Future Communications Systems.
 
Slutsky, B. (1990). Informed Career Choices. Chemical and Engineering News, 68(2), 3.
 
Slutsky, B. (1990). Other Chemical Information Careers. Chapter One, 4(3), 32.
 
Slutsky, B. (1989). A Chemical Abstracts Training Seminar for Science Librarians. Science and Technology Libraries, 10(1), 55-76.
 
Lamb, F. A., Cote, Philip N., Slutsky, Bruce, Vitimberga, Bruno M. (1974). Reduction of 9 - (p-methoxyphenyl)-9-fluorenylacetaldhyde on activated alumina. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 39(18). doi: 10.1021/jo00932a026
 

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