The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing
Monday, 19 November 2018  
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  • A computer code for alphabeting. Theodore C. Hines 5.23–6
  • Practical preparation of internal indexes. Clifford J. Maloney 5.81–90
  • Approaches to library filing by computer. Jean M. Perreault 5.169–88
  • Computerized data processing for British Technology Index. E.J. Coates 6.97–101
  • Computers and indexes. Helen M. Townley 6.102–7
  • Computer-aided production of book indexes. Theodore C. Hines and J.L. Harris 7.49–54
  • Computer-organized display of subject information. Michael F. Lynch 7.94–100
  • The moving finger, or: the future of indexing. R.D. Gee 7.101–13
  • A computer-generated index technique. Brenda Hall 8.130–8
  • Computer-aided production of the subject index to the SMRE bibliography. M. Belton 8.44–9
  • The role of thesauri in mechanized systems. Alan Gilchrist 9.146–54
  • The preparation of a computer-generated concordance. Michael G. Farringdon 12.185–8
  • Computerized indexing need not be impossible. Colin L. Bell & Kevin P. Jones 11.132–5
  • Microcomputer-aided production of indexes. Theodore C. Hines & Lois Winkel 11.198–209
  • Computer-aid for philatelic indexing. Roberta Palen 12.207–9
  • Microcomputers for home indexing. A. Campbell Purton 13.27–31
  • Subject indexes — production and use in the IT age. K.G.B. Bakewell 13.249–51
  • Microcomputer-based indexing and abstracting. Mary F. Tomaselli 14.30–4
  • Changing technologies: impact on information: the case of string indexing. Timothy C. Craven 14.235–6
  • Getting started in computerized indexing. Kevin P. Jones 15.9–13
  • Natural–language processing and automatic indexing. C. Korycinski and Alan F. Newell 17.21–9
  • Natural-language processing and automatic indexing— a reply. Kevin P. Jones 17.114–15
  • Software tools for indexing: what we need. Nancy C. Mulvany 17.108–13
  • Limitations of indexing modules in word-processing software. Cecelia Wittmann 17.235–8
  • The practicalities of document conversion. Ian Galbraith 18.118–19
  • Technological hominid. Hazel K. Bell 18.120–1
  • Text retrieval ‘92. C. Lavell / K.P. Jones 18.161–3
  • Direct electronic access to a large clippings library. Michael Steemson 19.19–21
  • Computer-assisted database indexing: the state of the art. Gail M. Hodges 19.23–7
  • Some indexing decisions in the Cambridge encyclopedia family. David Crystal 19.177–83
  • Angst and anticipation; how will traditional information services fit in the new information age? Ronald G. Dunn 19.184–8
  • How to index online. Jan C. Wright 20.115–20
  • Professionalism. John E. Simkin 20.178–81
  • Indexing after the millennium. 1: Getting the tools right. Jan C. Wright 21.19–20
  • Indexing after the millennium. 2: Existing skills influence future development. Lori Lathrop 21.20–1
  • Perilous powers in authorial hands. Hazel K. Bell 21.122–3
  • The application of index entries to search and retrieval of books and book content. Michael Stelmach. 21.127–31
  • Software tools for indexing: revisited. Nancy C Mulvany 21.160–3
  • From 5 by 3 to CEA — archival indexing at the millennium’s end. David Ryan 21.164–8
  • Indexing with a computer. Charles R. Anderson 22.23–4
  • The impact of technology on indexing. Jan Ross 22.25–6
  • Embedded indexing: pros and cons for the indexer. Peg Mauer 22.27–8
  • Earning online trust. Seth A. Maislin 22.29–30
  • Locating files on computer disks. Jonathan Jermey 22.130–2
  • Is the future index-linked? Stuart James 24.27–32
  • Indexing the future of information. Glenda Browne 24.32–36
  • Metadata and content management systems: an introduction for indexers. Fred Leise 24.71–74
  • Annotating document content: a knowledge management perspective. Fabio Ciravegna and Daniela Petrelli 25.23–26
  • Information seeking behaviour and the digital information world. T.D. Wilson 25.27–30
  • How we index, then and now. Shoshana Hurwitz 26.111–113
  • Example–based text categorization (EBCT); the key to automatic indexing and classification? Xue Chunxiang and Hou Hanqing 27.117–123
  • Patterns and hidden meanings: the dawn of automated indexing. Rudy Hirschmann 29.19–22
  • Saving time with regular expressions. John Bealle 29.70–72
  • EPUB indexes and the future of indexing revisited. Bill Johncocks 31.151–152
  • Software developments in Germany. Jochen Fassbender 32.41
  • A missed opportunity, or getting the best out of the e-environment 33.144
  • Business continuity and resiliency for the freelancer. JoAnne Burek 33.131-36
  • Technical tips. Jon Jermey, Wendy Baskett and Michael Wyatt 34.116-19
  • Nothing to gloss over. David K. Ream 35.119-21


  • CD-ROMs and after. Alexander Macmillan 16.17–21
  • CD-ROM periodical indexes: better evaluation necessary. Martin Goldberg 18.11–15


  • Indexing Gladstone: from 5 x 3" cards to computer and database. H.C.G. Matthew 19.257–64
  • Indexing a local newspaper using dBASE IV. M. Kilcullen and M. Spohn 20.16–17/22
  • Publishing a newspaper index on the World Wide Web using Microsoft Access 97. Maureen Kilcullen 20.195–6
  • Database indexing: yesterday and today. Harry Diakoff 24.85–96
  • Republic of China (1911–49): retrieving the past. Wu Peijuan 27.111–116
  • Digital journal indexing: electrified or electrocuted? Problems, practicalities and possibilities: the case of the CCHA and/et la SCHÉC. Brian F. Hogan 28.154–162
  • Database indexing basics. Devon Thomas 29.166–170
  • The National Index to Chinese Newspapers and Periodicals (NICNP) in the digital age. Han Chunlei 31.50-53
  • The Chinese Periodical Full-Text Database (1911-49): searching the literature of the Republic of China. Xu Shu 31.54-59
  • The classical index in the internet age. Xu Shu 32.169-173
  • Indexing databases for our users, not ourselves. Valerie Nesset 36.105-108

Electronic publishing

  • Author-printer harmony with SGML. J.D. Painter 16.99–100
  • Submitting work on disks: authors’ stipulations. Jane Dorner 18.35–6
  • E-books, e-publishing, e-indexes, e-etc. Frances S. Lennie 22.84–5
  • Pages in peril: what we may lose as ebooks go mainstream. Jeff Duntemann 26.148-151
  • The Kindle and the indexer. Pierke Bosschieter 28.116–118
  • eBooks at the London Book Fair. Hilary Westwood 28.119–120
  • The tyranny of the page. Mary Coe 30.2–5
  • New technology and public perceptions. Bill Johncocks 30.6–10
  • The devil is in the details: indexes versus Amazon's X-Ray. Jan Wright 30.11–16
  • Hand-helds as ereaders: exploratory thoughts on hand-held devices and indexes. Pilar Wyman 30.17–24
  • Visualizing back-of-book indexes. Ceilyn Boyd and Mitch Wade 30.25–37
  • IDPF, EPUB and ebook indexes. Glenda Browne 30.159-160
  • The EJIW index: were new publishing technologies a burden or a bonus? Caroline Diepeveen 30.170-176
  • Ebook navigation: browse, search and index. Glenda Browne and Mary Coe 31.26-33
  • A publisher's job is to provide a good API for books: you can start with your index. Hugh McGuire 31.36-38
  • Ereaders: exploring how well they work. Pierke Bosschieter 31.60-61
  • EPUB3 versus HTML5. Ori Idan 31.68-69
  • EPUB3 indexes and the future of indexing. Glenda Browne, Jan Wright and Michele Combs 31.110-121
  • Bartlett's familiar quotations, 18th edition for mobile app. Kay Schlembach and Seth Maislin 31.122-123
  • Structured data, standards, and indexes. Sally Goodenough 31.133-137
  • The Matrix: creating an active index in all kinds of formats, from all kinds of tools. Jan Wright, Glenda Browne, Michele Combs, David Ream and Pilar Wyman 31.137-142
  • Working smarter, not harder, with the KPS Indexing Plugins. Lucie Haskins 31.143-150
  • Understanding the IDPF EPUB3 Indexes Specification. Michele Combs and David K. Ream 32.121-129
  • Electronic indexing using PagePlus. Ray Price 33.105-107
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes in electronic publications and the use of metadata. Glenda Browne 36.115-118

Embedded indexing

  • Embedded indexing. James Lamb 24.206–209
  • The myth of the reusable index. Bill Johncocks 24.213–217
  • Working smarter, not harder, with the KPS Indexing Plugins. Lucie Haskins 31.143-150
  • How DEXembed and WordEmbed work, and why you might use them. Lucie Haskins 32.113-120
  • Electronic indexing using PagePlus. Ray Price 33.105-107
  • Does embedded indexing have a future? Cheryl Landes 34.67-71
  • Jumping on the embedded indexing bandwagon - or should I? Lucie Haskins 34.62-67
  • Index-Manager reviewed. Pierke Bosschieter 34.119-21
  • Ebook indexing update. Glenda Browne 34.160-2
  • A comparative look at embedded index entry encoding in selected publishing systems. David K. Ream 35.65-71
  • IXMLEmbedder. Pierke Bosschieter 35.16-18
  • Reviewing generated indexes. David K. Ream 35.155-59
  • Index-Manager revisited. Pierke Bosschieter 36.15-16
  • Generating multiple indexes from embedded entries. David K. Ream 36.16-18

Health issues

  • Health trade-offs in teleworking: an exploratory study of work and health in computer home-based working. Barbara Steward 22.142–6


  • Software for HTML indexing: a comparative review. Heather Hedden 25.31–36
  • Web indexing: extending the functionality of HTML Indexer. Mike Unwalla 25.128–130
  • EPUB3 versus HTML5. Ori Idan 31.68-69


  • Hit this key to continue: hypertext. M. Robertson / J. Dorner 18.196–7
  • Indexing in hypertext environments: the role of user models. Michael Forrester 19.249–56
  • Indexes as hypertext. Simon Rowberry 33.50-56


  • Has the CyberEmperor no clothes? T.G. McFadden 19.81–2
  • AusSI Web Indexing prize. Dwight Walker 20.6–7
  • AusSI Web Indexing prizewinners. Dwight Walker 20.121–4
  • Constructing an electronic library web page. Faith Takishita 20.125–6/129
  • Indexing the California Home Page. Lois E. Schumaker 20.127–9
  • Publishing a newspaper index on the World Wide Web using Microsoft Access 97. Maureen Kilcullen 20.195–6
  • Web indexing prize 1997. Dwight Walker 21.15–18
  • A book-style index for the web: the University of Texas Policies and procedures Website. Linda Fetters 21.73–6
  • AusSI Web indexing prize 1998. Dwight Walker 21.108–10
  • What makes a good Web index? Maureen Henninger 21.182–3
  • Reverse indexing. David Crystal 26.14
  • Web 2.0 and users’ expectations of indexes. Bill Johncocks 26.18
  • Learning architecture: issues in indexing Australian education in a Web 2.0 world. Pru Mitchell 26.163–169
  • The semantic web: an introduction for information professionals. Matt Moore 30.38–43
  • Creation, placement, and design of website indexes on university websites in the United States. Ilana Kingsley 31.18-25
  • The classical index in the internet age. Xu Shu 32.169-173
  • Linked Data and music: current opportunities. Elizabeth Joan Kelly 33.2-7
  • Pictures into words. Brian Stewart 33.8-25
  • Ransomware and other malware. Gale Rhoades 34.126-28
  • Structured data for online content: how indexers can help search engines. Alexandra Bell 36.101-105


  • Indexing the Domesday Project. David Lee 15.145–50
  • Indexing training and workflow on large digitization projects. Kimberly A. Schroeder 21.67–9
  • Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation: an introduction to its indexing methodology. Mary Crystal 21.85–9
  • SCRAN: from documentation to access. Bruce Royan 22.58–60
  • Building a global legal index: a work in progress. Madeleine Davis 22.123–7


  • MACREX – a history. [Drusilla Calvert interview] Geraldine Beare 24.18–20
  • Open Source indexing. John Culleton 24.58–60
  • History and development of CINDEX. Frances S. Lennie 24.135–137
  • Software for HTML indexing: a comparative review. Heather Hedden 25.31–36
  • History of GARB, indexing software for loose-leaf publications. Henk Revier 25.119–120
  • WinGARB: a user’s view. Jacqueline Pitchford 25.120–121
  • IndDoc: an aid for the back-of-the-book indexer. Haifa Zargayouna, Touria Ait El Mekki, Laurent Audibert and Adeline Nazarenko 25.122–125
  • Comparative evaluation of thesaurus creation software. Heather Hedden 26.50-59
  • TExtract: a regular user's view. Roger Bennett 27.84–87
  • Indexing software in China: past, present and future. Wang Yanxiang 27.124–127
  • Linux and the indexer – a note. Jonathan Jermey 27.135
  • Software solutions. Sylvia Coates 27.168–172
  • Automated indexing: feeding the AutoComplete monster. Jon Jermey 28.74–75
  • XIndex: a cautionary tale. Denise Sutherland 31.66-67
  • Highlighting text in PDF files with AutoRedact. Jon Jermey 32.75-77
  • Adobe InDesign CC. Jan Rayment 32.77-79
  • Dynamic indexing: Infogrid Pacific and Sydney University Press join forces. Agata Mrva-Montoya, Bronwyn O'Reilly, Deepak Chandran and Richard Pipe 32.109-113
  • IndexConvert: what does it do and why and how would you use it? Lucie Haskins 35.33-6
  • Should publishers invest in software for in-house indexers? A case study. Iva Cheung 36.18-19
  • Don't type it! Convert it! Gale Rhoades 36.58–61
  • PDFs in the indexing process. Walter Greulich 36.61–8


  • Indexing in an XML context. Caroline Murray 24.66–67
  • Indexers and XML: an overview of the opportunities. Bill Kasdorf 24.75–78
  • Publishing, XML and indexers. Nic Gibson 30.44–46
  • XML indexing. Michele Combs 30.47–52
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