Contents by category: Volume 1 to current issue

Only major articles and editorials are included in this list of contents from past issues; not the reviews, conference and awards reports, news of societies, or short pieces that also appear in each issue. Items in most sections are listed in chronological order of publication. Countries and languages, titles of periodicals, literary figures and the subjects of biographies are listed alphabetically.

Links from volume and page numbers will lead to information on publication dates thus yielding a complete reference to the article. 

Article titles are followed by the authors’ names; place of appearance is indicated by volume and page numbers.

See also Types of indexes: museums


  • Archive indexing. L.C. Johnson 4.105–8
  • Indexing archives. Richard A. Storey 5.159–68
  • The programme index and script library of the BBC. Joanna Clark 11.149–51
  • Structure in database indexing. James D. Anderson 12.3–13
  • Computer-assisted production of bibliographic databases in history. Joyce Duncan Falk 12.131–9
  • European Research Centres indexing a new database. Ann Edwards 13.37–9
  • The Churchill College Archives Centre. Marion M. Stewart 13.43–7
  • Information systems at the Business Archives Council. Celia Jackson 14.257–8
  • Indexing the Domesday Project. David Lee 15.145–50
  • Indexing and cataloguing the Walt Disney Archives. David R. Smith 15.154–6
  • Chemical and numerical indexing for the INSPEC database. J.C. Deaves & J.E. Pache 16.163–7
  • ‘Is Britannia a personality?’: some questions arising while indexing the Imperial War Museum’s collections. Roger Smither 17.7–11
  • The archives of the Worshipful Company of Stationers. Michael Robertson 17.269–70
  • Putting the horse before the cart: rapid access to data banks by the SIGNPOSTS method. Audrey M. Adams 18.3–9
  • Computer-assisted database indexing: the state of the art. Gail M. Hodges 19.23–7
  • Streamlining PRECIS just for laughs! (Musée ... pour rire). C.Jacobs & C. Arsenault 19.88–92
  • From 5 by 3 to CEA — archival indexing at the millennium’s end. David Ryan 21.164–8
  • Cardinal Giuseppe Garampi: an eighteenth-century pioneer in indexing . Charles Burns 22.61-64
  • Database indexing: yesterday and today. Harry Diakoff 24.85–96
  • Capturing moving images online. Ann Cameron 24.142–144
  • Indexing archives for access. Shauna Hicks 24.200–202
  • From a tin trunk to a niche in cyberspace; widening access to the records in Girton College Archive. Kate Perry 24.203–205
  • The Glasgow Art Club Archives. Theo van Asperen 25.290
  • The Glasgow Art Club Archives. Theo van Asperen 26.25
  • A Turkish Treasure trove. Meral Alakus 26.8
  • 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
  • After the Prize: Indexing at the Einstein Papers Project. Rudy Hirschmann 29.98–109
  • TIIARA for an IDOL: an adventure in indexing. Elaine Ménard 31.2-11
  • Archiving Samoan history for the future. Uili Fecteau 32.30-31
  • Indexing organizations. Jean Dartnall 32.67-70
  • INNZsight: Index New Zealand in focus. Dave Small and Nancy Fithian 32.97-103
  • Retrieving a world of fiction: building an index - and an archive - of serialized novels in Australian newspapers, 1850-1914. Katherine Bode and Carol Hetherington 33.57-65
  • People and place: new initiatives in database indexing for Indigenous collections in Australia. Jenny Wood and Judith Cannon 33.101-104
  • From librarian to media manager: looking after BBC Scotland's archive. Jennifer Wilson 34.55-61
  • Visiting the BBC Scotland archives. Bechaela Walker 34.92
  • Protecting culture and civilization: indexing world heritage. Meral Alakus 35.80-5
  • Fantastical beasts and how to index them. Natalia Jonsson-Skradol 36.29-30
  • Indexing databases for our users, not ourselves. Valerie Nesset 36.105-108
  • The peripheral and central indexes at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. Eric L. Nelson 36.95-101
  • Keeping the beat: how controlled vocabularies affect indexing. Marti Heyman 36.148-156

Article titles are followed by the authors’ names; place of appearance is indicated by volume and page numbers. 


  • Indexes and indexing. E.F. Steiner-Prag and J.M. Jacobstein 1.48–9
  • Indexers’ reference books. Bruce S.C. Harling 7.151–5; supplementary titles 8.61
  • Reference books for American indexers. Ruth M. Hines 8.56–60
  • The role of thesauri in mechanized systems. Alan Gilchrist 9.146–54
  • Subject bibliographies in information work. K. Boodson 10.15–23
  • Indexing Walford. Geoffrey Hamilton 13.260–1
  • English-language dictionaries, past and present. Philip Bradley 15.99–107
  • Reference books for indexers. K.G.B. Bakewell 15.131–40
  • Thesauri their uses for indexers. Pat F. Booth 15.141–4
  • A founding father: Frederick Ruffner and the GALE Research Co. Philip Bradley 16.22–31
  • A bibliometric study of indexing and abstracting 1876–1976. Ming-Yueh Tsay 16.234–8
  • The Oxford thesaurus: British and American editions. Philip Bradley 18.192–4
  • The body of a reference work in relation to its index: an analysis of Wordsmanship. Bella Hass Weinberg 20.18–22
  • The making of a dictionary: James A.H. Murray. Hazel K. Bell 20.78–80
  • Indexing: a current-awareness bibliography: regular instalments compiled by Hans H. Wellisch, volumes 15–16 (1986–89); by Jean Wheeler, volumes 18–21 (1992–98)
  • A new standard for controlled vocabularies. Emily Fayen 24.62–65
  • The Atlantic Monthly’s ‘proper name index.’ Benjamin Healy 24.68–70
  • Developing and using new reference tools to search the jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization: the case of the Appellate Body Repertory. Iain Sandford, Steve Cooper and Fernando Preto Ramos 24.218–222
  • The British Museum catalogue of Hebrew incunabula: an evaluation of its information design and indexes. Bella Hass Weinberg 25.12–15
  • Searching the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Rupert Mann 25.16–18
  • Book indexing in China. Liqun Dai 26.3
  • A Turkish treasure trove. Meral Alakus 26.8
  • Indexing theatre programmes. Dennis Bryans 26.118–120
  • Bibliography in a digital age. Geraldine Triffitt 26.127–131
  • A ha’p’orth of tar. [Cambridge history of the book in Britain, vol. vi, 1830-1914] John Sutherland 27.134
  • Islamic and Middle Eastern materials: resources for the indexer. Barbara Hird and Peter Andrews 29.127–9
  • Web resources for indexers. Pierke Bosschieter and Jan Wright 30.53–55
  • A bibliography for indexing lives. Hazel K. Bell 30.147-147
  • Bibliography and the indexer: cullings from the Almanacco bibliografico. Maureen MacGlashan 31.81-85
  • Where is the evidence? A review of the literature on the usability of book indexes. Mary Coe 32.161-168
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes: how it has changed. Sylvia Coates 36.68–70
  • Melbourne indexers rate the indexes to CMoS. Mary Russell and Max McMaster 36.70–3
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes in electronic publications and the use of metadata. Glenda Browne 36.115-118

Article titles are followed by the authors’ names; place of appearance is indicated by volume and page numbers. 

On indexing biographies
  • Indexing a biography. L.E.C. Hughes 1.111
  • No room at the top. G.V. Carey 2.120–3
  • Indexing biographies: lives do bring their problems. Hazel K. Bell 16.168–72
  • Indexing biographies: the main character. Hazel K. Bell 17.43–4
  • Some thoughts inspired by Hazel K Bell’s From flock beds to professionalism. 27.25
  • Fictional characters in non-fiction works. Madeleine Davis 29.65–69
  • Political memoirs: an international comparison of indexing styles. Alan Walker 30.66-75
  • An indexer's life of Johnson. Christopher Phipps 30.114-119
  • Navigating The English Friend. Susan Curran 30.119-124
  • Indexing political memoirs: neutrality and partiality. Alan Walker 30.125-130
  • Dramatis personae. Madeleine Davis 30.132-135
  • Biography indexes reviewed. Catherine Sassen 30.136140
  • Biographies as soft, narrative texts. Hazel K. Bell 30.141-146
Literary figures
  • Books without indexes. Samuel Austin Allibone 5.191
  • An index of counter-spells in Ariosto's Orlando furioso (1516). Michael Robertson 30.179–184
  • A glossy index (Lady Cynthia Asquith’s Diaries) 18.47
  • Index makers: Samuel Ayscough 15.157–8
  • Caliban as indexer (Hilaire Belloc). John A. Vickers 16.205
  • Indexes past: Marie Antoinette (Hilaire Belloc) 16.268
  • Dr Powell’s index to Boswell’s Life of Johnson. E.S. de Beer 5.135–39
  • Indexes past: Index of 1900 to Boswell’s Life of Johnson 13.32
  • ‘A book very much to your credit’: the index to the private edition of Boswell’s papers. Judy Batchelor 14.114
  • The Burney papers – or, where does an index begin? Althea Douglas 14.241–8
  • Indexes past: The anatomy of melancholy (Robert Burton) 19.192
  • Indexes past: Alps and sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino (Samuel Butler) 13.259
  • Indexing fiction: a story of complexity (novels of A.S. Byatt). Hazel K. Bell 17.251–6
  • The unconventional index and its merits (on Joachim Camerarius’ analysis of Dürer's ‘Melancolia I’). William S. Heckscher 13.5–25
  • Clemency Canning. G. Norman Knight 4.19–20/29
  • Skims, ancient and modern. G.V. Carey 6.92–6
  • Indexes past: Latter-Day pamphlets (Thomas Carlyle) 12.143
  • Lewis Carroll as indexer. Hans H. Wellisch 18.110
  • Indexer nascitur, non fit — Lewis Carroll as an indexer again. August A. Imholtz, Jr. 20.11–13
  • Indexing the life of Sir Winston Churchill. G. Norman Knight 5.58–63
  • The ‘Washington read’ and the ‘Clindex.’ (Bill Clinton) Christine Shuttleworth 24.61
  • The making of an index: F. Howard Collins. Michael Robertson 18.237–43
  • Sir Edward Cook’s ‘Art of Indexing’ (1918). Michael Robertson 19.31–3
  • Alexander Cruden and his concordance. John Farrow 20.55–6
  • Indexing Defoe. Douglas Matthews 24.12–14
  • How I indexed Dickens’s letters. James Thornton 4.119–22
  • Distortion and mutilation — it can happen to us (index to biography of Charles Dickens). Hazel K. Bell 18.40–1
  • Bias in indexing (on Laurence Echard / John Oldmixon). Margaret Anderson 9.27–30
  • There’s more to an index ... (Stallybrass indexes Forster). Hazel K. Bell 20.14
  • First person indicative (E.M. Forster’s index to Marianne Thornton: a domestic biography) Hazel K. Bell 24.97
  • Father of the man (George Fox). John A. Vickers 17.20
  • Early multilingual and multiscript indexes in herbals (of Leonhart Fuchs and Conrad Gessner). Hans H. Wellisch 11.81–102
  • Cardinal Giuseppe Garampi: an eighteenth-century pioneer in indexing. Charles Burns 22.61–4
  • Gibbon’s original index. 20–15
  • Indexing Gladstone: from 5 x 3" cards to computer and database. H.C.G. Matthew 19.257–64
  • The mystery of the indexer’s elephants (Oliver Goldsmith). Anthony Raven 14.191–3
  • The modern index to Richard Hakluyt’s Principall Navigations. Alison M. Quinn 5.106–12
  • On editing and indexing a series of letters (of Sir Robert Hart). Katherine Frost Bruner 14.42–6
  • William Sebastian Heckscher 1904–1999 [obituary] 22.40–41
  • A.P.H.(Herbert)’s humorous indexes. G. Norman Knight 6.108–15
  • Index makers: Georgette Heyer 17.46
  • Some personalities: Sherlock Holmes; Mary Petherbridge; Sidney & Beatrice Webb. Margaret Anderson 7.19–23
  • Alexander von Humboldt’s Kosmos: indexing it. Oliver Lubrich and Ottmar Ette 24.2–6
  • A word upon indexes: Leigh Hunt 6.74
  • An indexer's life of Johnson. Christopher Phipps 30.114-119
  • What, no index? Constant Lambert. David Lee 14.177–8
  • ‘Discursive, dispersed, heterogeneous’… indexing Seven pillars of wisdom. (T.E. Lawrence) Hazel K. Bell 24.9–11
  • Leacock on indexing. Peter Greig 8.201–3
  • Bernard Levin and The Indexer. Hazel K. Bell 24.127–132
  • ‘The precious work’: from the correspondence between Oula Jones and Bernard Levin, 1981–1999. Frances S. Lennie 24.133–134
  • A Machiavellian index (to Livy’s Decades). Hans H. Wellisch 18.86
  • Indexes past: The Biglow papers [James Russell Lowell] 19.290–1
  • Josephine McGovern, 1924–2001 [obituary] 22.198
  • Marot, Hofstadter, index [Douglas Hofstadter’s translation of Ma mignonne by Clément Marot]. Christine Shuttleworth 21.22–3
  • The Mandela Portal ? how do visitors get there? Shadrack Katuu and Sello Hatang 28.69–73
  • Colin Matthew 1941–1999 [obituary] 22.41
  • Indexes past: London Labour and the London poor (Henry Mayhew). 14.53–5
  • Moreana — after twenty years (Thomas More). William S. Heckscher 14.122
  • The making of a dictionary: James A. H. Murray. Hazel K. Bell 20.78–80
  • First and last lines (Ogden Nash). John A. Vickers 16.103
  • Could still do better: the revised index to the Newman biography. John A. Vickers 17.189–90
  • Nietzsche as indexer. August A. Imholtz 11.204
  • Indexing Pepys’s diary. Robert & Rosalind Latham 12.34–5
  • ‘The index to the definitive Pepys’. Robert Latham 14.88–90
  • Index makers: Samuel Pepys. Hazel K. Bell 17.285
  • Some personalities: Sherlock Holmes; Mary Petherbridge; Sidney & Beatrice Webb. Margaret Anderson 7.19–23
  • ‘And so to bed’: the index to The diary of Samuel Pepys. Fred Leise 29.4–11
  • Index makers:  Mary Petherbridge 16.115–16
  • Wot, no index? – or the death of the ‘Washington read’.(Sarah Palin) Maureen MacGlashan 28.18-19
  • Seyward Darby’s Going rogue index. (Sarah Palin) 28.19-23
  • ‘Thankless task’ accomplished for Pym. Hazel Bell 14.189
  • No thankless task: Barbara Pym as indexer. Hazel Holt 15.236–7
  • The secret lives of indexers. (Barbara Pym) Judith Pascoe 31.90-95
  • Cook & Wedderburn’s index to Ruskin’s Works. James Thornton 5.154–8
  • Index for afterthoughts: John Ruskin’s Fors Clavigera 14.124
  • A long fiction index (to Walter Scott’s Waverley novels). Philip Bradley 8.153–63
  • An indexer in Flytopia (short story by Will Self). Christine Shuttleworth 22.196
  • A Shavian index (G.B. Shaw) 15.26–7
  • An unauthorizable index. (Lemony Snicket) Hazel K. Bell 24.83
  • Swift on indexing. John A. Vickers 17.32
  • Thirty-nine to one: indexing the novels of Angela Thirkell. Hazel K. Bell 21.6–10
  • A cautionary tale [‘The spotted dog’ by Anthony Trollope]. Hazel K. Bell 21.24
  • Fishing for information (Izaac Walton) 19.274–5
  • The strange affair of the resurrection of (Evelyn) Waugh. 16.191
  • Some personalities: Sherlock Holmes; Mary Petherbridge; Sidney & Beatrice Webb. Margaret Anderson 7.19–23
  • Indexing Wesley’s journals and diaries. John A.Vickers 25.9–11
  • Henry Benjamin Wheatley. Evelyn K. Green 4.115–16
  • Bibliography of works by H.B. Wheatley. L.M. Harrod 4.116–17; 5.35–7
  • In memoriam: H.B.W.(Wheatley). E.L.C. Mullins 8.94–7
  • The other Wheatley. J.D. Lee 24.2–5
  • Freda Wilkinson 1910–1999 [obituary] 22.42–3
  • Publishing and prostitution (memoirs of Harriette Wilson). Hazel. K. Bell 22.133–4
  • Index makers: Charlotte Yonge. Margaret Anderson 17.160
  • Indexing maketh a full journal: recollections of Baconiana. (Francis Bacon) Arthur Maltby 36.171-173

Indexes and indexers in fiction
  • Indexing: a work of art or a sickness beyond cure? John Sutherland 25.7–8
  • 'As if we were reading a good novel': fiction and the index from Richardson to Ballard. Dennis Duncan 32.2-11

Article titles are followed by the authors’ names; place of appearance is indicated by volume and page numbers or country/language where appropriate.  


General

(see also Subject specialisms: language)

  • The indexing procedures of the Foreign Language index. R.L. Collison 9.154–9
  • Accessing documents and information in a world without frontiers. Michele Hudon 21.156–9
  • Translating and indexing: some thoughts on their relationship. Pat F. Booth 25.89–92
  • The world through words. Michèle Hudon 28.146–150
Specific countries and languages (in alphabetical order)

(see also Subject specialisms: names)

  • Australian Aboriginal names. Geraldine Triffitt C2:1
  • Khoe-San names (African click languages). Shelagh Willet C3:1
  • Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names. Jacqueline Pitchford C1:11
  • Islamic (Arabic) names. E.E.G.L. Searight 5.37–8
  • The alphabetization of Islamic (Arabic) names 7.123
  • Islamic (Arabic) filing. W. Behn and P. Greig 9.13–15
  • Arabic names. Heather Hedden C2:9
  • Languages of Asia, with special reference to the Islamic world. J.D. Pearson 11.63–7
  • Indexing Asian names. Nasreen Akhtar 16.156–8
  • Asian names. Nasreen Akhtar C3:12
  • Asian names in an English-language context: negotiating the structural and linguistic minefield. Fiona Swee-Lin Price C9:6
  • Room for improvement in Australia. H. Godfrey Green 8.2–5
  • Indexing in a State Parliamentary Library (Australia). Josephine McGovern 10.78–80/86
  • A survey of Australian indexing. Clyde Garrow 12.22–6
  • AusSI Web Indexing prize (Australia). Dwight Walker 20.6–7
  • AusSI Web Indexing prize winners (Australia). Dwight Walker 20.121–4
  • Web indexing prize 1997 (Australia). Dwight Walker 21.15–18
  • AusSI Web indexing prize 1998 (Australia). Dwight Walker 21.108–10
  • Building a global legal index: a work in progress (Australia). Madeleine Davis 22.123–7
  • Late bloomer: an indexer gets a start. (Australia) Jane Purton 24.179–180
  • Indexing archives for access. (Australia) Shauna Hicks 24.200–202
  • Mentoring scheme in Australia. Max McMaster 24.189–191
  • Nulli Secundus: a volunteer effort.(Australia) Edyth Binkowski 25.125–127
  • Indexing theatre programmes. (Australia) Dennis Bryans 26.118–120
  • Bibliography in a digital age. (Australia) Geraldine Triffitt 26.127–131
  • Learning architecture: issues in indexing Australian education in a Web 2.0 world. Pru Mitchell 26.163–169
  • Mentoring in Australia and New Zealand: an update. Max McMaster 27.26–28
  • People and place: new initiatives in database indexing for Indigenous collections in Australia. Jenny Wood and Judith Cannon 33.101-104
  • Enhancing a subject vocabulary for Australian education. Philip Hider, Barbara Spiller, Pru Mitchell, Robert Parkes and Raylee Macaulay 34.25-33
  • Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names. Jacqueline Pitchford C1:11
  • Indexing in Canada: local indexing and commercial services. P. Greig and J.A. Tracy 8.88–93
  • Book indexing in Canada. Peter Greig 8.164–71
  • Word from Canada. Mary Dykstra 11.202–4
  • Impressions of a first Canadian conference. Dania Sheldon 24.180–182
  • The Canadian perspective. Gillian Faulkner 24.183
  • Activities of the Canadian Society. Peter E. Greig 12.36–8
  • Selected linguistic problems in indexing within the Canadian context. Lisa Rasmussen 18.87–91
  • The parliament of Canada: indexing the work of the Senate committees. Stephanie Bilodeau 26.114–117
  • Herding cats: indexing British Columbia's political debates using controlled vocabulary (Canada). Julie McClung 27.66–69
  • One index, two formats: print versus web indexes for political debates in British Columbia. (Canada) Julie McClung 28.110–115
  • Digital journal indexing: electrified or electrocuted? Problems, practicalities and possibilities: the case of the CCHA and/et la SCHÉC. (Canada) Brian F. Hogan 28.154–162
  • Decolonizing the index (Canada). Stephen Ullstrom 34.110-12
  • So many words: indexing oral history (Canada). Mary Newberry and Margaret de Boer, with Frances Robinson, Stephanie Watt and Alex Peace. 34.144-7
  • Canada's residential schools: indexing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 2015 report. Mary Newberry with Margaret de Boer, Anna Olivier, Alexandra Peace, Louise St André and François Trahan 35.59-64
  • The thoughtful mutineers: the publisher looks back at indexing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's final report. Ryan Van Huijstee 36.5-8
  • Book indexing in China. Liqun Dai 26.3–7
  • G/T 22466–2008 – Guidelines for indexing: China’s new national indexing standard. Wen Guoqiang and Guo Lifang 27.101–102
  • The indexing of Chinese names. H.D. Talbot 2.99–102
  • The Chinese are against indexes. H.D. Talbot 6.123
  • Hanyu Pinyin. Mary Piggott 11.156
  • An overview of the indexing and abstracting services in China. Lei Zeng 17.99–107
  • Chinese index science: stepping forward to the new century. Ge Yong-Qing 22.76–8
  • The development of the Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index. Weina Hua 22.128–9
  • Chinese personal names. Liqun Dai C1:1
  • The hundred surnames: a Pinyin index (Chinese). Liqun Dai C1:3
  • Indexing A comparison of the original Lao Qida and the Lao Qida yanjie, by Svetlana Rimsky–Korsakoff Dyer. (Chinese) Barry Howarth 26.152–155
  • Chinese typewriter: part of a patent filed by Lin Yutang 27.107–110
  • Republic of China (1911–49): retrieving the past. Wu Peijuan 27.111–116
  • Indexing software in China: past, present and future. Wang Yanxiang 27.124–127
  • Ni hao from Shanghai. (China) Mary Russell 28.182–184
  • 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
  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer. Lam Lai Heung C9:1
  • China Society of Indexing (CSI), 2012-15. Guanghui Yang and Guoqiang Wen 33.141-42
  • The Shen Bao Index: its academic significance and effect on the development of Chinese indexing. Gabrielle Xu 33.126-30
  • Inventing the Chinese typewriter sounds as publishing as cracking Enigma. Mike Cormack 36.28-9
  • On indexing The heritage of North Cyprus: a personal approach. Rosamond Hanworth 19.205–7
  • Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names. Jacqueline Pitchford C1:11
  • Indexing of alternative place-names (especially in the Near East). H.V. Molesworth-Roberts 6.179
  • Indexers in Europe. Hazel K. Bell 17.233–4
  • Entry word in Ethiopian names. Kebreab W. Giorgis 9.119–21
  • Ethiopian names. Kebreab W. Giorgis C3:8
  • Indexing in and for Europe: a user’s perspective. Helen E. Chandler 18.92–4
  • Foreign concepts: indexing and indexes on the Continent (of Europe). Michael Robertson 19.160–72
  • Continental European indexing: then and now. Caroline Diepeveen 25.74–78
  • From thesaurus to ontology: the development of the Kaunokki Finnish fiction thesaurus. Jarmo Saarti and Kaisa Hypén 28.50–58
  • Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names. Jacqueline Pitchford C1:11
  • Book indexes in France: medieval specimens and modern practices. Bella Hass Weinberg 22.2–13
  • Colloque International: indici, index, indexation, Lille, 3–4 November 2005 (France). Maureen MacGlashan 25.43–4
  • Reverse alphabetical indexing (of French verbs). P.J. Wexler 18.9
  • French names. Noeline Bridge C1:8
  • French-language indexing: resources, rules and guidelines. François Trahan 29.146–150
  • TIIARA for an IDOL: an adventure in indexing. (French) Elaine Ménard 31.2-11
  • Indexes of German-language biomedical abstracting journals. Joachim Thuss 14.35–41
  • German indexing: some observations on typographical practice. Jochen Fassbender 25.79–82
  • Book indexes: experiences and expectations in the German Democratic Republic (GDR). Dieter Schmidmaier 25.83–85
  • Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names. Jacqueline Pitchford C1:11
  • One index or two? Some observations on integrated indexes to classical Greek texts. J.H. Bowman 18.225–30
  • The art of indexing. Sandra Uschtrin in discussion with Jochen Fassbender. (Germany29.13–18
  • The British Museum catalogue of Hebrew incunabula: an evaluation of its information design and indexes. Bella Hass Weinberg 25.12–15
  • Development of thesauri in Iran. Masoumeh Bagheri 25.19–22
  • Indexing training in Iran. Mansoureh Bagheri 25.105–108
  • Indexing my life (Ireland). Tom Norton 22.173–4
  • The Northern Ireland Political Collection at the Linen Hall Library. John Gray 22.175–7
  • Indexing Irish grammars. M. Christine McLaughlin 19.93–8
  • The Department of Irish Folklore, University College, Dublin. Helen Litton 22.170–3
  • Irish prefixes and the alphabetization of personal names. R�is�n Nic C�il C6:1
  • Indexing of bilingual directories published by the National Council for Research and Development, Israel. Lydia Vilentchuk 3.121–5
  • Indexing in Israel: encouraging progress. M.Z. Barkai 8.6–9
  • Case history of the compilation of a large cumulative index (to A. Venturi’s Storia dell’arte Italiana). Jacqueline D. Sisson 10.164–75/194
  • The role of the index in Il Libro del Cortegiano (Italy). Tom Norton 25.108–112
  • Italian names. Christine Shuttleworth C1:15
  • Romanization of Japanese 8.93
  • Japanese names. John Power C4:2
  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer. Lam Lai Heung C9:1
  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer. Lam Lai Heung C9:1
  • Scholarly publications in Latin America: where, oh index, art thou?. Ruby Meraz Gutierrez 31.12-17
  • Back-of-the-book indexing in the Netherlands today. Pierke Bosschiete 25.86–88
  • Indexing the early New Zealand Woman's Weekly, 1933–1950. Julie Daymond–King 26.170–171
  • Mentoring in Australia and New Zealand: an update. Max McMaster 27.26–28
  • Māori names in indexes. Robin Briggs (New Zealand30.76–79
  • The revised New Zealand Mentoring Scheme. Tordis Flath 30.96–97
  • INNZsight: Index New Zealand in focus. Dave Small and Nancy Fithian 32.97-103
  • Indexing services in Nigeria. S.O. Oyesola 11.229–31
  • Researchers’ attitudes to newspaper indexing in Nigeria. L.O. Aina 16.97–8
  • Indexing of books in Nigeria: some observations. C.O. Nwodo and H.C. Otokunefor 16.249–50
  • Newspaper indexing in Nigerian libraries. E.E. Okorafor 17.35–8
  • Indexing services in Nigeria: problems and prospects. B.U. Nwafor 17.185–8
  • The Nigerian experience: indexes, indexers and indexing. Ajibola Maxwell Oyinloye 22.78–80
  • Inter-indexer consistency (IIC) in a Persian context. Mohammad Reza Falahati Qadimi Fumani 28.12-17
  • The Persian Agrovoc in an indexing context. Mohammad Reza Falahati Qadimi Fumani 29.23–29
  • Archiving Samoan history for the future. Uili Fecteau 32.30-31
  • Indexing books in 18th-century Russia: the publishing career of Andrei Bogdanov. Sergei Lobachev 35.50-9
  • SCRAN: from documentation to access. (Scotland) Bruce Royan 22.58–60
  • Capturing moving images online. (Scotland) Ann Cameron 24.142–144
  • Indexing the proceedings and publications of the Scottish Parliament. Tori Spratt and Shona Skakle 22.65–8
  • Scottish tartans: an indexing challenge. Keith Lumsden 22.69–71
  • Yesterday is history: the evolution of the Weekly Mail index (South Africa). Christopher Merrett 22.72–5
  • The Mandela Portal ? how do visitors get there? (South Africa) Shadrack Katuu and Sello Hatang 28.69–73
  • Text editing across cultures in a multilingual society: South African English as a case study. 32.57-63
  • A banket of South African words and expressions to tax the toughest of indexers. John David Linnegar 33.26-28
  • Growing with indexing and the role of citation databases: ISAP shows the way (South Africa). Antoinette Kotze 33.77-80
  • Indexing in Southern Africa. R.F. Kennedy 8.10–12
  • Spanish surnames. A.T. Hall 5.112–13
  • Spanish-language materials: a new string to my bow. Janet Perlman 25.92–93
  • Spanish personal names. Francine Cronshaw C3:5
  • Indexing Tibetan names: some suggestions. E.E.G.L. Searight 3.64–6
  • Tibetan names: some suggestions. E.E.G.L. Searight C3:10
  • Turkish Treasure trove. Meral Alakus 26.8–13
  • Turkish names. Meral Alakus C2:5
  • American Standards Association: Z39 Subcommittee on Indexing (United States). 1.42–7
  • Book indexing in the United States. Robert J. Palmer 5.64–9
  • Biographical profiles [of American Society of Indexers officers] (United States). Anne J. Richter 8.229–32
  • An experiment with bilingual subject headings (US immigrants). Paul E. Vesenyi 10.73–4
  • American indexers in the 1990s (United States). Nancy C. Mulvany 17.91–5
  • The ‘Washington read’ and the ‘Clindex.’ (United States) Christine Shuttleworth 24.61
  • The Atlantic Monthly’s ‘proper name index.’ (United States) Benjamin Healy 24.68–70
  • UC Berkeley Extension course; learning to index at a distance. (United States) Sylvia Coates 24.186–188
  • Medical indexing in the United States. Janyne Ste Marie 27.59–61
  • Book indexing in the USSR. Robert J. Palmer 8.99–100
  • Indexing the Great Soviet Encyclopaedia. Emil Pocock 9.180–4
  • The indexing of Welsh place-names. Donald Moore 15.3–8
  • The indexing of Welsh personal names. Donald Moore 17.12–20
  • The indexing of Welsh personal names. Donald Moore C6:7
  • The indexing of Welsh place-names. Donald Moore C6:15

  • The typography of indexes. S.I. Wicklen 1.36–41
  • Page numbers. A symposium. 4.109–14
  • The typography of indexes. Robin Kinross 10.179–85
  • Card indexes or printed pages: physical substrates in index evaluation. E.J. Coates 10.60–8
  • Printer and indexer. Hugh Williamson 12.65–72
  • The design of indexes. Nan Ridehalgh 14.165–74
  • How the publishers want it to look. Jean Simpkins 17.41–2
  • German indexing: some observations on typographical practice. Jochen Fassbender 25.79–82
  • Known orders: unusual locators in indexes. Bella Hass Weinberg 25.243–253
  • The visual appeal of indexes: an exploration. Frances S. Lennie 28.60–67
  • Section and paragraph number indexing. Glenda Browne 30.177-179
  • Creation, placement, and design of website indexes on university websites in the United States. Ilana Kingsley 31.18-25
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes: how it has changed. Sylvia Coates 36.68–70
  • Indexing higher-education websites: creation, design, and content management. Brian Richardson 36.161-170

  • Book indexing in Great Britain: a brief history. G. Norman Knight 6.14–18
  • Some personalities: Sidney & Beatrice Webb. Margaret Anderson 7.20–22
  • The beginnings of indexing and abstracting: some notes towards a history of indexing and abstracting in antiquity and the Middle Ages. Francis J. Witty 8.193–8
  • Early multilingual and multiscript indexes in herbals. Hans H. Wellisch 11.81–102
  • ‘Index’ — the word, its history, meanings and usages. Hans H. Wellisch 13.147–51
  • A history of indexing technology. Martha Cornog 13.152–7
  • The indexes of 18th- and early 19th-century magazines. Althea Douglas 14.160–3
  • The oldest printed indexes. Hans H. Wellisch 15.73–82
  • Printed indexes to early British periodicals. Peter Johnson 16.147–55
  • Incunabula indexes. Hans H. Wellisch 19.1.3–12
  • For want of an alphabetical index: some notes towards a history of the back-of-the-book index in 19th-century America. Ira Kleinberg 20.156–9
  • Indexing after the millennium 3: The indexer as helmsman. Hans H. Wellisch 21.59
  • Indexes and religion: reflections on research in the history of indexes. Bella Hass Weinberg 21.111–18
  • Indexing after the millennium 8: Whatever next? Jean Simpkins 21.155
  • The Indexer thirty-odd years ago. Hazel K. Bell 21.186–9
  • Book indexes in France: medieval specimens and modern practices. Bella Hass Weinberg 22.2–13
  • Cardinal Giuseppe Garampi: an eighteenth-century pioneer in indexing. Charles Burns 22.61–4
  • Indexing commonplace books: John Locke’s method. Alan Walker 22.114–18
  • Index structures in early Hebrew Biblical word lists: preludes to the first Latin concordances. Bella Hass Weinberg 22.178–86
  • Continental European indexing: then and now. Caroline Diepeveen 25.74–78
  • Indexation, memory, power and representations at the beginning of the 12th century: the rediscovery of pages from the tables to the Liber de Honoribus, the first Cartulary of the Collegiate Church of St Julian of Auvergne (Brioude). Jean Berger 25.95–99
  • The role of the index in Il Libro del CortegianoTom Norton 25.108–112
  • Past, present and future. Geraldine Beare 25.257-264
  • The world's oldest profession: indexing? Nancy K. Humphreys 29.161-165
  • Indexing as preadaptive advance: a socio-evolutionary perspective. Alberto Cevolini 32.50-57
  • Indexes, in praise of. Sasha Archibald 32.142-148
  • Indexing commonplace books: early modern methods. Alan Walker 34.2-11
  • The Book Index symposium: two reviews. Florian Ehrensperger and Mary Coe 35.159-61
  • An American pamphlet on book indexing: J. Ben Nichols's Indexing: a manual for librarians, authors and publishers (1892). Alan Walker C18:1
  • Indexing: a manual for librarians, authors and publishers. J. Ben Nichols C18:4

Societies of indexers

  • The Society of Indexers as servant of the world of letters. G.V. Carey 5.78–80
  • Biographical profiles [of American Society of Indexers officers]. Anne J. Richter 8.229–32
  • Word from CanadaMary Dykstra 11.202–4
  • Activities of the Canadian Society. Peter E. Greig 12.36–8
  • Indexers in Europe. Hazel K. Bell 17.233–4
  • Looking back, looking forward (Development of The Indexer). Hans H. Wellisch 20.2
  • Classified contents of The Indexer, 1958–1995. Hazel K. Bell 20.141–52
  • History of indexing societies: Part I — SI: the first ten years. Hazel K. Bell 20.160–4
  • History of indexing societies: Part II — Three affiliations. Hazel K. Bell 20.212–15
  • History of indexing societies: Part III — Society of Indexers 1968–1977. Hazel K. Bell 21.33–6
  • History of indexing societies: Part IV —1978–1982. Hazel K. Bell 21.70–2
  • History of indexing societies: Part V — 1983–1987. Hazel K. Bell 21.134–5
  • History of indexing societies part 6: 1988–91. Hazel K. Bell 22.35–8
  • History of societies of indexing part 7: 1992–5. Hazel K. Bell 22.81–3
  • John Ainsworth Gordon (1912–1998): a celebration. Barbara Britton 21.38–9
  • Around the world. Christine Jacobs 21.184–5
  • How the Index Society began — and ended. Mary Piggott 22.33–5
  • Indexing Societies. J.D. Lee 24.15–16
  • Reminiscences of a reviews editor. (of The IndexerPhilip Bradley 24.38–39
  • Once upon a time: four long-standing members of the SI tell how it was in days gone by Elizabeth Wallis, Doreen Blake, J.D. Lee, Barbara Britton 25.229–234
  • Maureen MacGlashan and ICRIS. Jill Halliday and Ruth Pincoe 36.178-179

  • by Harold Smith 1.2, 30, 70
  • by John L. Thornton 1.952.3, 39, 79, 1193.134–5
  • by L. M. Harrod 4.2, 58, 985.26.2–38.12910.16111.1
  • by G. Norman Knight 6.90–1
  • ‘Beware — computer at work’. John Ainsworth Gordon 12.169
  • Letter to a computer from a free-lance book-indexer. Judy Batchelor 13.1–2
  • Information Technology Year in the UK. Robert L. Collison 13.7
  • The Indexer through 25 years. Hazel K. Bell 13.145
  • by J. D. Lee 13.217
  • Spreading the word. Hazel K. Bell 14.81
  • Indexers and indexing: new bridges to cross. Dorothy Thomas 14.81–3
  • What’s an indexer worth? Jean Hagger 14.153
  • Indexing and linguistics. Tom Norton 14.233
  • The real information experts. Ann H. Schabas 15.1
  • How to sell books good. Janet Shuter 15.65
  • Art or science? Hazel K. Bell 15.129
  • Inside the rainbow Hazel K. Bell 15.193
  • New President — continuing challenges. Ken Bakewell 16.1–2
  • Electronic dreaming. Margaret Cooter 16.73–4
  • Pressing for press indexing. Geraldine Beare 16.145–6
  • Focus in a wide world. Hazel K. Bell 16.225–6
  • Know your friends. Hazel K. Bell 17.1–2
  • Indexers in publishing. Hazel K. Bell 17.81–2
  • Different worlds of indexing. Hazel K. Bell 17.153
  • Indexers in Europe Hazel K. Bell 17.233–4
  • The future of the Society of Indexers. Ken Bakewell 18.1–2
  • Editorial allies. Hazel K. Bell 18.73–4
  • Indexers as publishers. Hazel K. Bell 18.145–6
  • Indexers of the world confer. Hazel K. Bell 18.217
  • Brave the New World. Ian D. Crane 19.1–2
  • Has the CyberEmperor no clothes? T.G. McFadden 19.81–2
  • Is there anybody there? David Crystal 19.153–4
  • Reflections on authorship and indexing. Nancy C. Mulvany 19.241–2
  • by Janet Shuter and Nancy Mulvany 20.1, 57, 113, 177
  • Hence loathèd melancholy! Janet Shuter 21.1
  • ‘Year 2000 bug’ should not affect indexers. Janet Shuter 21.2
  • Why isn’t indexing sexy? Janet Shuter 21.105
  • Ten years ago. Nancy C. Mulvany 21.153
  • Looking back and looking ahead. Lori Lathrop 22.1
  • When local becomes global. Moyra Forrest, Anne McCarthy and Maureen MacGlashan, 22.2
  • Indexing in Australia and New Zealand. Glenda Browne, 22.113
  • Indexing in Ireland. Helen Litton, Fiona McGoldrick and Ann Stewart 22.169
  • Teaching and our profession. Nancy C. Mulvany 23.1
  • Indexing in South Africa. Marlene Burger 23.2
  • Editorial: Geraldine Beare 24.1
  • Editorial: Martin Tulic 24.57
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 24.117–118
  • Guest editorial: Rohan Bolton, Hilary Faulkner, Paula Peebles, Margaret Vaudrey 24.169
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 24.169–70
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 25.1
  • Guest editorial: Caroline Diepeveen and Jochen Fassbender 25.73
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 25.73
  • Guest editorial: Derek Copson 25.225
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 25.225
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 26.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 26.145
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 26.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 26.97
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 27.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 27.49
  • Guest Editorial: Wen Guoqiang, Guo Lifang, Qiu Chen 27.97
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 27.97
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 27.145
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 28.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 28.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 28.97
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 28.145
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 29.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 29.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 29.97
  • Guest Editorial: An invitation to Canada. Heather Ebbs 29.145
  • Guest Editorial: Digital trends. Jan Wright 30.1
  • A view from the Antipodes: Mary Russell and Max McMaster 30.65
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 30.113
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 30.169
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 31.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 31.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 31.89
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 31.133
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 32.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 32.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 32.93
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 32.141
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 33.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 33.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 33.89
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 33.121
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 34.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 34.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 34.89
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 34.137
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 35.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 35.49
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 35.97
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 35.133
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 36.1
  • Editorial: Maureen MacGlashan 36.41
  • Editorial: Mary Coe 36.89
  • Editorial: Mary Coe 36.137

General
  • Society of Indexers fee negotiation survey 2008. Helen Bilton 27.20–24
  • Society memberships: to join or not to join. Janyne Ste Marie 28.76–78
  • Indexing societies around the world: a brief survey C8:5
  • ANZSI post-restructure. Glenda Browne 34.168-70
  • UK National Indexing Day, 30 March 2017. Ruth Ellis 35.88-9
  • National Indexing Day, in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Ruth Ellis et al 36.125-128
Awards

(see also Practice of indexing - evaluation and awards)

  • AusSI Web Indexing prize. Dwight Walker 20.6–7
  • AusSI Web Indexing prizewinners. Dwight Walker 20.121–4
  • Web indexing prize 1997. Dwight Walker 21.15–18
  • AusSI Web indexing prize 1998. Dwight Walker 21.108–10
  • ANZSI Medal 2008: the judges report 27.8
  • The ANZSI Medal 2012: some thoughts on what makes a prize-winning index. The ANZSI Medal Committee 31.35-36
  • Indexing society awards (ASAIB and SI) 31.125
  • Reflections on the Wilson judging for 2012. Margie Towery C10:7
  • ANZSI Medal 2013. Garry Cousins 32.43-44
  • An award-winning indexer tells his side of the story. François Trahan 33.143-44
Conferences
  • Impressions of a first Canadian conference. Dania Sheldon 24.180–182
  • Telling it like it is: reporting conferences and seminars. Hazel K. Bell 25.41–42
  • Colloque International: indici, index, indexation, Lille, 3–4 November 2005. Maureen MacGlashan 25.43–4
  • Conference checklist [ANZSI] 25.277-278
  • Testing usability: ‘Experience an index usability test’ at the ASI Conference (Portland, 2009). Cheryl Landes 27.152–163
  • Ni hao from Shanghai. Mary Russell 28.182–184
  • ASI conference presentations: a content analysis of major topics, 1997-2012. Catherine Sassen 30.201-203
  • Tools of change. Pilar Wyman 31.70
  • ANZSI Conference 2013. Carol Dawber and Sandy Liddle 31.77
  • ASAIB looks forward 31.123
  • ISC/SCI Conference 2013. Max McMaster 31.124
  • SI Conference 2013. Hilary Westwood 31.125
  • Tips for newcomers: Wellington 2013 compiled. Jane Douglas C10:4
  • ANZSI conferences: last time and next time 32.37-38
  • Annual meeting of the DNI at the Frankfurt Book Fair, October 2013. Isabel Steurer 32.38-39
  • China Society of Indexers (CSI) Conference: Indexing and Indexers in the Age of Big Data. Frances Lennie 32.39-40
  • CSI Conference, Shanghai 2-4 November 2013. Guo Lifang and Fu Anna 32.83-86
  • ASAIB Conference 2014. Madely du Preez 32.130
  • ASI Conference 2014. Heather Ebbs 32.130
  • ISC/SCI Conference 2014. Anne Godlewski and Alexandra Peace 32.130-132
  • Society of Indexers Conference: 'Tesserae to Tablets - Uncovering the Future', 5-7 September 2014. Jim Shine, Terri MacKenzie, Marian Aird, Sarah Wilson and Emma Caddy 32.174-177
  • China Society of Indexers (CSI) Conference, 20-21 November 2014. Frances S Lennie 33.81
  • Conferences 2015. Kendra Millis, AElfwine Mischler, Nic Nicholas, Frances Lennie and Dave Ream 33.137-40
  • ASI and ISC/SCI Joint Confererence, Chicago, 16-18 June 2016: 'The Drama of Indexing'. Mary Russell 34.164-7
  • Publishers' roundtable ASI and ISC/SCI 2016 Conference. Glenda Browne 34.163-4
  • Society of Indexers Conference, Birmingham, 13 September 2016. Nicola King 34.167-8
  • China Society of Indexers Annual Conference, 16-18 November 2016. Yang Guanghui and Hao Chen 35.40-1
  • Frankfurt International Indexing Conference 2016. Jochen Fassbender, Michael Robertson, Ann Kingdom, Oliver Dienelt and Isabel Steurer 35.86-8
  • SI conference 2017. Mary Coe 36.27
  • ISC/SCI Conference 2018. Diana Witt 36.129-30
  • Indexers rock! Pilar Wyman 36.131
International
  • Mentoring in Australia and New Zealand: an update. Max McMaster 27.26–28
  • ANZSI promotion and publicity (P&P). Mary Russell and Max McMaster 28.167–168
  • Marketing moves into the spotlight – ASI takes the initiative. Annette Rogers 28.169–172
  • A short history of matters international. Jill Halliday 30.148-150
  • ANZSI multi-location Council and proposed restructure. Glenda Browne 33.38-39
  • DNI ten years on. Jochen Fassbender 33.39-41
  • China Society of Indexing (CSI), 2012-15. Guanghui Yang and Guoqiang Wen 33.141-42
  • Maureen MacGlashan and ICRIS. Jill Halliday and Ruth Pincoe 36.178-179

Publications
  • Key Words. Judy Reveal 26.97 (ASI Publication)
  • ANZSI Newsletter indexing project: indexing the first 20 years (1973–92). Mary Russell 36.76–9
Training
  • Educating indexers: ANZSI reviews its policies. Michael Ramsden 28.123-125

General
  • Some ideas on indexing. J. Edwin Holmstrom 1.96–103
  • Some procedures in indexing. J. Edwin Holmstrom 2.20–30
  • Let’s have an improvement in British book indexes. John Bryon 5.43–5
  • An unusual method of making a book index (thumb-indexed notebook). Symposium. 6.4–13
  • An unusual method of making a book index (narrow strips). Lindsay Verrier 6.118–22
  • Infofair. I. Shamah 7.5–12
  • Some personalities: Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Margaret Anderson 7.19–23
  • Infofair/Infoforum. I. Shamah 8.53–5
  • The use of KWIC to index the proceedings of a public inquiry. Peter A. Thomas 8.145–52
  • Selective indexing. Symposium 9.59–65
  • Indexing methods used by some abstracting and indexing services. K.G.B. Bakewell 10.3–8
  • A curriculum in indexing and abstracting. Richard A. Davis 10.75–7
  • The Subject Access project. Carolynn E. Bett 11.145–8
  • Evaluating index systems. John J. Regazzi 12.14–21
  • Developing a system of indexing surnames in the Home Office. John L. Rush 12.81–2
  • Patent classification and information retrieval services. Andrew Bayer 12.117–24
  • A history of indexing technology. Martha Cornog 13.152–7
  • Information systems at the Business Archives Council. Celia Jackson 14.257–8
  • Indexing: old methods, new concepts. Dwight D. Tousignant 15.197–204
  • Prestel using from the user’s point of view. Robin Yeates 16.7–10
  • Back-of-the-book indexing with the nested phrase indexing system. James D. Anderson & Gary Radford 16.79–84
  • Putting the horse before the cart: rapid access to data banks by the SIGNPOSTS method. Audrey M. Adams 18.3–9
  • Why postcoordination fails the searcher. Bella Hass Weinberg 19.155–9
  • Indexing Gladstone: from 5 x 3" cards to computer and database. H.C.G. Matthew 19.257–64
  • Computer-assisted indexing of loose-leaf supplements. Elizabeth M. Moys 19.283–6
  • Judging indexes: the criteria for a good index. David Lee 22.191–4
  • Creating indexes for world atlases at HarperCollins Publishers. Jim Irvine 24.119–122
  • Do Mi’s Second Rule or the functions of subheadings. Do Mi Stauber 24.192–196
  • Controlled vocabularies, thesauri, and taxonomies. Heather Hedden 26.33
  • Comparative evaluation of thesaurus creation software. Heather Hedden 26.50–59
  • The medium is not the message: topic maps and the separation of presentation and content in indexes. Richard Northedge 26.60–64
  • Introduction to controlled vocabularies. Fred Leise 26.121–126
  • Keyword vs controlled vocabulary searching: the one with the most tools wins. Sevim Mcutcheon 27.62–65
  • Herding cats: indexing British Columbia's political debates using controlled vocabulary. Julie McClung 27.66–69
  • Indexing ordinary images: challenges and perspectives. Elaine Menard 27.70–76
  • After the Prize: Indexing at the Einstein Papers Project. Rudy Hirschmann 29.98–10
  • Same publication + many indexers = ???. Max McMaster 30.98-100
  • TIIARA for an IDOL: an adventure in indexing. Elaine Ménard 31.2–11
  • In defense of multiple indexes: or the index as learning tool. Florian Ehrensperger 31.153–158
  • Indexing as preadaptive advance: a socio-evolutionary perspective. Alberto Cevolini 32.50-57
  • Taxonomies, folksonomies, ontologies: what are they and how do they support information retrieval?. Madely du Preez 33.29-37
  • Name authority control in large projects. Linda Dunn C14:1
  • Indexes behaving badly: the cobbler's children have no shoes. Mary Coe 34.170-2
  • Indexing books in 18th-century Russia: the publishing career of Andrei Bogdanov. Sergei Lobachev 35.50-9
  • Creating indexes and thesauri: similarities and differences. Heather Hedden 35.121-6
  • Keeping the beat: how controlled vocabularies affect indexing. Marti Heyman 36.148-156
  • Topic maps and the essence of indexing. Michel Biezunski 36.157-161
LISA
  • Indexing LISA: chains, KISS and the bold approach. Tom Edwards 9.133–45
  • LISA indexing: economic aspects of controlled indexing. Nicholas Lister Moore 16.11–16
  • LISA: anatomy of an abstracting service. Daphne M. Tomlinson 15.83–6
PRECIS
  • The PRECIS indexing system. K.G.B. Bakewell 9.160–6
  • Syntactic and semantic relationships — or: a review of PRECIS. P.F. Broxis 10.54–9
  • A US indexer attends a PRECIS indexing workshop. Barbara M. Preschel 10.111–15
  • Streamlining PRECIS just for laughs! C. Jacobs & C. Arsenault 19.88–92
Standards
  • American Standards Association: Z39 Subcommittee on Indexing 1.42–7
  • Standards for indexes to learned and scientific periodicals 2.63–4
  • Index to a periodical volume. G.J. Narayana and K. Ramaswami 4.59–66/89
  • Standards update: ANSI Committee Z39. Fred Blum 9.113–15
  • Documentation Standards at BSI. Michael Bardwell 9.116–18
  • The British Standards Institution and its recommendations for indexes. L.M. Harrod/Mary Piggott 10.186–91
  • Documentation standards. Mary Piggott 15.20–1
  • News of British Standards. Mary Piggott 17.30–2
  • BS 3700 revision. K.G.B. Bakewell 16.42–4
  • Towards a new international standard on indexing. K.G.B. Bakewell 17.127–8
  • Deconstructing indexing standards. Drusilla Calvert 20.74–7
  • Good practice in indexing — the new edition of International Standard ISO 999. Pat F. Booth 20.114
  • G/T 22466-2008 - Guidelines for indexing: China's new national indexing standard. Wen Guoqiang and Guo Lifang 27.101-102
  • Quality control of indexes in South Africa. Jenny de Wet 34.172-4

General
  • 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
  • CD-ROMs and after. Alexander Macmillan 16.17–21
  • CD-ROM periodical indexes: better evaluation necessary. Martin Goldberg 18.11–15
Databases
  • 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
  • Topic maps and the essence of indexing. Michel Biezunski 36.157-161

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
HTML
  • 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
Hypertext
  • 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
Internet
  • 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
Multimedia
  • 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
Software
  • 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
XML
  • 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

Index makers
  • The wonderful woman indexer of England: Nancy Bailey. David A. Green 32.155-160
  • Abraham Fleming: Elizabethan maker of indexes and 'tables'. Clare Painting-Stubbs 29.109–113
  • Wan Guoding (1897–1963), indexing pioneer. Wang Yage and Hou Hanqing 27.102–106
  • Charles Davies Sherburn and the 'Indexer's Club'. Neal L. Evenhuis 34.90-98
  • Maureen MacGlashan and ICRIS. Jill Halliday and Ruth Pincoe 36.178-179
  • ‘Never resting on any laurels’: Maureen MacGlashan in conversation with Christine Jacobs 36.175-178
  • A tribute to Susan Curran. 36.180
Obituaries
  • Margaret Anderson by Elizabeth Wallis 20.218
  • Brian Armitage by Elizabeth Wallis 20.32
  • E. Alan Baker by G. Norman Knight 6.33–4
  • K. G. B. (Ken) Bakewell 29.76–77
  • Con Banwell 17.135
  • M. Z. Barkay 11.168
  • W. J. Bishop by John L. Thornton 3.42
  • Doreen Blake 31.41
  • Philip Bradley by Maureen MacGlashan 27.30
  • Gordon Vero Carey by G. Norman Knight 7.2–4
  • Valerie Lewis Chandler by Barbara Britton 27.136
  • Robert L. W. Collison by Ken Bakewell 16.277–8
  • R. D. (Sally) Coole by Robert Collison 12.72
  • Susan DeRenne Coerr by Nancy Mulvany 25.280
  • Geoffrey Dixon by Maureen MacGlashan 28.84
  • K. Howard Drake 6.34
  • John Ainsworth Gordon by Barbara Britton 21.38–9
  • Jean Hagger by Maureen MacGlashan 27.30
  • L. M. Harrod by John L. Thornton 14.84
  • William S. Heckscher by Hazel K. Bell 22.40–1
  • A. R. Hewitt by Maureen MacGlashan 24.228
  • Theodore C. Hines by L. M. Harrod 14.50
  • John E. Holmstrom by Robert Collison 13.79
  • S. R. Hossell by G. Norman Knight 2.108–9
  • Reginald J. Hoy 3.128, 135
  • L. E. C. Hughes by John L. Thornton 2.133
  • Audrey Judkins by Elizabeth Ball 24.148
  • Shirley Kessel by Peter Gunn 23.93
  • Gilfred Norman Knight by Peter Greig et al 11.164–8
  • Bernard Levin by Oula Jones 24.103
  • Hugh C. Maddocks by Nancy Mulvaney 26.136–8
  • Colin Matthew by Barbara Bird 22.41
  • Frank Merrett by Barbara Hird, Maureen MacGlashan and Kevin Wheldall 24.227
  • H. V. Molesworth Roberts 11.168
  • Donald Moore by Mary Madden 29.129
  • Elizabeth Moys 23.35–7
  • Coryl I. Muntz by Jean Uhl 13.245
  • Richard Northedge by Maureen MacGlashan 28.119
  • Robert J. Palmer by Elliot Linzer 27.136–137
  • Alexander P. Perrin by G. Norman Knight 3.42–3
  • Alison M. Quinn 19.59
  • Richard Raper by Hazel K. Bell and Maureen MacGlashan 25.228
  • David K. Ream 36.4
  • T. Cecil Robertson by John A. Gordon 14.183
  • I. S. C. Rose 3.127
  • BevAnne Ross by Ken Bakewell 19.296
  • Alexander Sandison by Ken Bakewell 17.135
  • W. C. Berwick Sayers by John L. Thornton 2.109–10
  • John M. Shaftesley 12.194
  • Caroline Sheard 28.187
  • H. Robinson Shipperd 3.127
  • John Simkin by Michael J Ramsden, Rosemary Nancarrow and Alan Walker 32.86-87
  • Oliver Stallybrass 11.168
  • A. T. H. Talbot by John L. Thornton 2.107–8
  • Christie Theron by Marlene Burger 24.148
  • James C. Thornton by G. Norman Knight 6.138–9
  • Elizabeth Wallis by Pat Booth and Barbara Britton 36.79–80
  • Prof. Hans Wellisch by Hazel K. Bell 24.40–41
  • Freda Wilkinson by Cherry Lavell 22.42–3
  • John C. Wyllie by John L. Thornton 6.139–40

General
  • Lifelong indexing: freelancing and CPD. Pat F. Booth 21.2–5
  • Indexing after the millennium 3: The indexer as helmsman. Hans H. Wellisch 21.59
  • Indexing after the millennium 4: The next few years. Dorothy Thomas 21.60–1
  • Indexing after the millennium 5: Future conditional. Bella Hass Weinberg 21.62–3
  • Indexing after the millennium 8: Whatever next? Jean Simpkins 21.155
  • Broadcasting on indexing. Douglas Matthews 21.172–3
  • Kiss and tell and index. Hazel K. Bell 21.180–1
  • Quote index unquote. David Crystal 22.14–20
  • The definite article: acknowledging 'The’ in index entries. Glenda Browne 22.119–22
  • What is an index? Geraldine Beare 24.6–8
  • Why indexing? Rohan Bolton; Hilary Faulkner; Paula Peebles and Margaret Vaudrey 24.171–173
  • Editing the index: developing a method. Hilary Faulkner and Wiebke M. Light 24.197–199
  • The myth of the reusable index. Bill Johncocks 24.213–217
  • Recollections. A.R Hewitt 24.205
  • Diacritics for indexers. Gale Rhoades 26.146-147
  • A history of how we index. Shoshana Hurwitz 26.111–113
  • Building a collage for indexers and bibliographers: photo albums, mirrors, magnifying glasses and crystal balls out. Ina Fourie 27.146–151
  • It ain’t just what you say but the way that you say it: indexing a DVD. David Crystal 27.173–175
  • Interim indexes and their fate. Hazel K. Bell 28.24-25
  • Subject knowledge – how it helps take care of the business. Sylvia Coates 28.173–175
  • Key figures. John Sutherland 29.2–3
  • The art of indexing. Sandra Uschtrin in discussion with Jochen Fassbender 29.13–18
  • Occupation and authorship in The Indexer, 2000–09. Catherine Sassen 29.73–76
  • Bridging the indexer gap. Eric Sieverts 29.78
  • Index, icon, symbol: a tale of abduction. James Harbeck 29.157-160
  • Same publication + many indexers = ???. Max McMaster 30.98-100
  • Portrait of the indexer? Susan Curran 31.71-73
  • The secret lives of indexers. Judith Pascoe 31.90-95
  • Successful subheadings. Fred Leise C11:1
  • Numbers in indexing. Max McMaster C11:6
  • Footnotes, endnotes and the indexer. Mary Russell 32.18-22
  • The personality of the indexer. Hazel K. Bell 32.149-155
  • Planning (and preserving) your indexing legacy. Frances S. Lennie 34.87-89
  • The joy - and importance - of the analytical index. Francis Young 35.76-7
  • Adventures in indexing. Elena Gwynne 35.79
  • No one need ever know: the usefulness of editing checklists. Bill Johncocks 35.144-55
  • The Book Index: an experimental indexical conference report. Simone Zweifel 36.25-7
Aboutness
  • Ideas for indexing: Encyclopaedia Britannica and Great Books of the Western world. Arthur V. Coyne 11.136–40
  • Linguistics and indexing. David Crystal 14.3–7
  • Why indexing fails the researcher. Bella Hass Weinberg 16.3–6
  • Academic indexing: what’s it all about? Ross J. Todd 18.101–4
  • Subject analysis and indexing: from automated indexing to domain analysis. Hanne Albrechtsen 18.219–24
  • Is there anybody there? David Crystal 19.153–4
  • All in the mind: concept analysis in indexing. John Farrow 19.243–7
  • Reverse indexing David Crystal 26.14
  • On aboutness. Kate Mertes 35.77-8
Abstracting
  • LISA: anatomy of an abstracting service. Daphne M. Tomlinson 15.83–6
  • A bibliometric study of indexing and abstracting 1876–1976. Ming-Yueh Tsay 16.234–8
  • Library & information science vs business: a comparison of approaches to abstracting. Louise F. Spiteri 20.197–200
Alphabetization
  • Memorandum on the method of alphabetization laid down by the Draft British Standard for Indexes. Neil R. Fisk 3.93–4
  • A computer code for alphabeting. Theodore C. Hines 5.23–6
  • Indexing technical matter: some practical experience on both sides of two fences. Neil R. Fisk 6.42–7
  • The origins of the order of the letters. David Diringer 6.54–8
  • The alphabetization of prepositions in indexes. Hans H. Wellisch 12.90–2
  • Alphabetization in indexes. J. Hartley, L. Davies & P. Burnhill 12.149–53
  • Some indexing decisions in the Cambridge encyclopedia family. David Crystal 19.177–83
  • An alternative index 25.255
  • Facilitas inveniendi: the alphabetical index as a knowledge management tool. Helmut Zedelmaier 25.235-242
  • Some early guidance on arrangement and cross-referencing in an index. H. B. Wheatley C18:15
  • Alphabetico-specific indexing. Alan Walker 36.9-13
Bias

(see also Humour)

  • Bias in indexing (on John Oldmixon/Laurence Echard). M.D. Anderson 9.27–30
  • Bias in indexing (on Bernard Levin) 12.54
  • Bias in indexing (on book on prisons). H.K. Bell 13.106
  • Indexes past: Alps and sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino13.259
  • Misrepresentation — passim14.56
  • A Shavian index. 15.26–7
  • Sisterly indexing (on Dale and Lynne Spender). 15.167
  • Bias in indexing and loaded language. Hazel K. Bell 17.173–7
  • Scholarly search for the truth. M. Mallory & G. Moran 19.99–101
  • Whom should we aim to please? Hazel K. Bell 20.3–5
  • 'Let no damned Tory' - bias and the indexer 33.82-84
Continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Continuing professional development (CPD) and the potential of new media. Pierke Bosschieter 34.79-82
  • Continuing professional development (CPD) and online learning. Pierke Bosschieter 34.114-15
  • Continuing professional development (CPD) and online language learning. Pierke Bosschieter 34.175-6
  • Victorian Indexing Club (VIC) see Melbourne Indexers. Mary Russell and Nikki Davis 35.37-40
Ethics
Evaluation and awards

(see also Indexing societies - awards)

  • Two, B or not 2 B? Lorena A. Garloch 1.71–6
  • Some requirements of good indexes. Richard Bancroft 4.17–20
  • Criteria for awarding the Wheatley Medal 6.63–6
  • What is a good index? F.H.C. Tatham 8.23–8
  • The perfect index. John L. Thornton 8.206–9
  • The inadequacies of book indexes. Symposium 9.1–9
  • Selective indexing. Symposium 9.57–65
  • How to recognize a good index. Geoffrey Hamilton 10.49–53
  • Evaluating index systems: a review after Cranfield. John J. Regazzi 12.14–21
  • The unconventional index and its merits. William S. Heckscher 13.6–25
  • Linguistics and indexing. David Crystal 14.3–7
  • Assessing indexes. Jean Simpkins 14.179–80
  • Index, how not to. John A. Vickers 15.163–6
  • Sic, sic, sic! Jean Simpkins 16.104–5
  • Subheadings in award-winning book indexes: a quantitative evaluation. Cecelia Wittmann 17.3–6
  • Authors as their own indexers. Mary Piggott 17.161–6
  • Could still do better: the revised index to the Newman biography. John A. Vickers 17.189–90
  • Unacademic indexing. John A. Vickers 18.23–4
  • Oh, dear, what can the matter be this time? John A. Vickers 18.155–6
  • Information access or information anxiety? – an exploratory evaluation of book index features. C. Jorgensen and E.D. Liddy 20.64–8
  • AusSI Web Indexing prize. Dwight Walker 20.6–7
  • AusSI Web Indexing prizewinners. Dwight Walker 20.121–4
  • 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
  • Medical indexes reviewed. Pilar Wyman 21.124–6
  • The application of index entries to search and retrieval of books and book content. Michael Stelmach 21.127–31
  • Judging indexes: the criteria for a good index. David Lee 22.191–4
  • Indexing by numbers: is there scope for metrics in index evaluation? Bill Johncocks 26.158–162
  • Inter-indexer consistency (IIC) in a Persian context. Mohammad Reza Falahati Qadimi Fumani 28.12-17
  • The visual appeal of indexes: an exploration. Frances S. Lennie 28.60–67
  • The ANZSI Medal 2012: some thoughts on what makes a prize-winning index 31.35-36
  • ASI/EBSCO Publishing Award (formerly ASI/H.W. Wilson Award) 31.169-171
  • Evaluating indexes: observations on ANZSI experience. Sherrey Quinn 33.107-112
  • Melbourne indexers rate the indexes to CMoS. Mary Russell and Max McMaster 36.70–3
Health issues
  • Health trade-offs in teleworking: an exploratory study of work and health in computer home-based working. Barbara Steward 22.142–6
Humour

(see also Bias)

  • Humour in indexing. E.M. Hatt 3.60–3
  • Humorous indexes: The stuffed owl. Hazel K. Bell 6.174–5
  • A.P.H. (Herbert)’s humorous indexes. G. Norman Knight 6.108–15
  • Leacock on indexing. Peter Greig 8.201–3
  • What, no index? Constant Lambert 14.177–8
  • Sic, sic, sic! Jean Simpkins 16.104–5
  • Caliban as indexer (Hilaire Belloc). John A. Vickers 16.205
  • Lewis Carroll as indexer. Hans H. Wellisch 18.110
  • The body of a reference work in relation to its index: an analysis of Wordsmanship. Bella Hass Weinberg 20.18–22
  • An index for Thalia. Hazel K. Bell 22.147–8
  • Indexer, living with an 25.266–267
  • The 2007 Ig Nobel Prize 26.2
  • Leaves from an unusual index. 26.156-157
  • Sword swallower meets The Indexer 26.64
  • The indexer facing the cryptic text: a folly index as inspired by Jorge Luis Borges, presented as a cautionary example of over-indexing 26.68-71
  • Try under ’diabolical’. E.S. Turner 27.7
  • Amusing indexes in library science. Jeanette C. Smith 31.164-167
  • Sympathy for the Index-writer. David Crystal and Punch 32.168
  • Back of the book, back of the net: the comedy book indexes of Partridge and Toast. Paula Clarke Bain 35.18-24
  • Strange indexes indeed: the wit of Francis Wheen as author–indexer. Paula Clarke Bain 36.42–8
Indexer–author–publisher relations
  • The indexer as proof corrector. M.D. Anderson 3.163
  • Skims, ancient and modern. G. V. Carey 6.92–6
  • Why I am an indexer. Symposium 6.165–73
  • The author, the publisher and the indexer. Oliver Stallybrass 7.156–71
  • Naming the indexer. G.N. Knight & F.H.C. Tatham 7.172–4
  • Indexer-publisher relations: a two-way street. Dee Atkinson 8.172–4
  • Indexing and indexers from a publisher’s angle. Bruce Wilcock 10.92–4
  • The book, the book trade and the future. Martyn Goff 10.105–10
  • The publisher’s view of indexing. Archie Turnbull 10.203–6
  • The publisher as centaur. Archie R. Turnbull 11.73–80
  • Relations between authors and indexers. M.D. Anderson 10.137–8
  • Indexes for analysis and diagnosis. R.J. Hyman 13.177–80
  • An indexer’s suggestions to (some) publishers. M.D. Anderson 14.190
  • Naming the indexer: where credit is due. Elizabeth Wallis and Cherry Lavell 19.266–8
  • Authors’ attitudes to indexes. Symposium 14.85–7
  • Author-printer harmony with SGML. J.D. Painter 16.99–100
  • Authors as their own indexers. Mary Piggott 17.161–6
  • Submitting work on disks: authors’ stipulations. Jane Dorner 18.35–6
  • Self-indexing. T.P. Hutchinson 18.105–6
  • The author and the index. Nancy C. Mulvany 19.28–30
  • Reflections on authorship and indexing. Nancy C. Mulvany 19.241–2
  • The editor and the indexer. Liz Stalcup 7.114–17
  • Index makers of today: Michael Robertson; Michèle Clarke 19.208–9
  • Commissioning the index. James Negus 5.180
  • Indexing in the context of micro-form publishing. C.E. Chadwyck-Healey 12.73–8
  • Getting the index right — roles and responsibilities. Brenda M. Hall 13.166–72
  • What you make it — freelancing for beginners. Ann Edwards 13.239–41
  • Author-printer harmony with SGML. J.D. Painter 16.99–100
  • How I became an indexer. Symposium 16.117–22
  • A publisher’s view of indexers and indexing. Claire Andrews 16.189–91
  • How indexers operate. Symposium 17.280–2
  • The business side of indexing. Elizabeth Wallis 15.205–9
  • Publishing in the 1990s in the UK. Elizabeth Wallis 17.96–8
  • Submitting work on disks: authors’ stipulations. Jane Dorner 18.35–6
  • Whom should we aim to please? Hazel K. Bell 20.3–5
  • Indexers and publishers: their views on indexes and indexing. Andrea Frame, Part I 20.58–63; part II 20.131–4
  • Perilous powers in authorial hands. Hazel K. Bell 21.122–3
  • Working with the author. Auriol Griffith-Jones 24.16–17
  • The little extras: a customer service approach to indexing. Carolyn G. Weaver 27.9–16
  • Negotiating your way to success. John Mattock 27.17–19
  • Authors and indexing. Susan Curran 27.80–83
  • Preparing the indexing quote. Max McMaster 30.100-102
  • Measuring value: worth your pay and paid your worth. Sylvia Coates 30.191-198
  • The microeconomics of indexing. Michael E. Jackson 30.198-201
  • A publisher's job is to provide a good API for books: you can start with your index. Hugh McGuire 31.36-38
  • EPUB3 indexes and the future of indexing. Glenda Browne, Jan Wright with Michele Combs 31.110-121
  • 'The index of heightened sensations': collaboration between a skilled indexer and a creative writer to produce a special-purpose index. Lynn Jenner and Tordis Flath 32.12-15
  • An ounce of prevention: intentional communication with authors. Carol Reed 33.68-71
  • Indexing in the editorial process. Max McMaster 34.73-75
  • The future of indexing. Cheryl Landes 34.122-24
  • Should publishers invest in software for in-house indexers? A case study. Iva Cheung 36.18-19
  • Size does matter: fitting the index to the pages. Heather Ebbs 36.19-22
  • Bidding on indexing jobs via email: how to make a splash with clients. JoAnne Burek 36.118-122
Legal aspects
  • The problem of copyright: an indexer’s triumph. G. Norman Knight 7.17–18
  • Copyright in indexes 8.81–7
  • Man bytes index and (maybe) index bites man—some notes on the Data Protection Act. J. Eric Davies 14.249–53
  • Copyright for indexers. Tamara Eisenschitz 14.253–4
  • Data protection and the indexer. A. Sandison 15.24–5
  • Submitting work on disks: authors’ stipulations. Jane Dorner 18.35–6
  • Copyright and the indexer 18.163–4
  • Professional liability of indexers. Glenda Browne 20.70–3
  • Disclaimers in indexes and databases. Bella Hass Weinberg 25.114–118
Principles and techniques
  • The purpose of indexing. L.R. McColvin 1.31–5
  • Some snags in indexing. G. Norman Knight 1.104–9
  • Practical preparation of internal indexes. Clifford J. Maloney 5.81–90
  • Indexing hints for beginners. Jessica M. Kerr 5.131–2
  • The length of book indexes. M.D. Anderson 5.3–4
  • Making an index to a specified length. M.D. Anderson 7.121–2
  • Chapter headings. M.D. Anderson 6.116–18
  • Introduction to book indexing. M.D. Law 7.46–8
  • How long should an index take? Sally Coole 8.29–30
  • Index traps and pitfalls. Charles L. Bernier/C.M. Flanagan 8.224–9
  • Index specifications. Charles L. Bernier 9.9–12
  • Ethics and specifications 9.174–7
  • Emphasis indexing. Marc R. D’Alleyrand 10.70–2
  • Indexing in the mid-seventies. Robert L. Collison 10.88–92
  • ‘Official’ guidance on book indexes. L.M. Harrod 10.124–30
  • Characteristics of book indexes for subject retrieval in the humanities and social science. B. Gratch, B. Settle & P. Atherton 11.14–23
  • Lateral thinking and indexing. Edward de Bono 11.61–3
  • The human use of human indexers. Laurence Urdang 11.125–31
  • Structure in database indexing. James D. Anderson 12.3–13
  • ‘Indexes’ and ‘Indexing’ in encyclopaedias. Hans H. Wellisch 12.113–16
  • Censorship in indexing. Sheila S. Intner 14.105–8
  • Indexes for analysis and diagnosis. R.J. Hyman 13.177–80
  • The index and the indexer in ‘how to write a book’ books. Daniel Uchitelle 14.103–4
  • Indexing loose-leaf publications. Jean Simpkins 14.259–60
  • Computer-assisted indexing of loose-leaf supplements. Elizabeth M. Moys 19.283–6
  • Repagination: an exercise in creative thinking. Geraldine Beare 17.124–6
  • Repagination reconsidered. Hazel K. Bell 18.10
  • Bias in indexing and loaded language. Hazel K. Bell 17.173–7
  • The Ah!-factor. Hazel K. Bell 17.191–2
  • Cross-references in back-of-book indexes. Virgil Diodato 17.178–84
  • Duplicate entries vs. see cross-references in back-of-book indexes. Virgil Diodato 19.83–7
  • The representation of symbols in an index. Hans H. Wellisch 17.239–41
  • Name of an author! Anne B. Piternick 18.95–9
  • Academic indexing: what’s it all about? Ross J. Todd 18.101–4
  • Research in indexing: more needed? K.G.B. Bakewell 18.147–51
  • Subject analysis and indexing: from automated indexing to domain analysis. Hanne Albrechtsen 18.219–24
  • Vive la différence! The survival of the softest. Hazel K. Bell 18.231–6
  • Scholarly search for the truth. M. Mallory & G. Moran 19.99–101
  • Poetry in indexes. Dena N. Sher 19.102–4
  • Indexer—poet or pedant? John A. Vickers 19.201–2
  • Indexes: a chapter from The Chicago manual of style. Bella Hass Weinberg 19.105–9
  • On indexing The heritage of North Cyprus: a personal approach. Rosamond Hanworth 19.205–7
  • All in the mind: concept analysis in indexing. John Farrow 19.243–7
  • How we index: six ways to work. Pat Booth; Barbara Britton; Richard Raper; Gill Riordan; Jean Simpkins; John Vickers 20.89–92
  • Classified v. specific indexing: a re-examination in principle. Elizabeth M. Moys 20.135–6/153–5
  • Indexing: a work of art or a sickness beyond cure? John Sutherland 25.7–8
  • Term selection: the key to successful indexing. Zhang Qiyu 27.98–100
  • Classified versus specific entry in book indexes: guidelines for decision making. Glenda Browne 28.6-11
  • Headings in indexes: revisiting the relationship between mains and subs. Glenda Browne 28.104–107
  • Words and pictures - indexing art books: some practical experience. Joan Dearnley C13:1
  • Stop words in the filing of subheadings. Max McMaster 34.75-78
  • Pan-granularism and specificity. Fred Leise 34.147-55
  • Multiple entry points: variants and cross-references in indexes and thesauri. Heather Hedden 34.155-60
  • Diacritics for indexers revisited. Gale Rhoades 34.177-9
  • Twin Oaks Indexing Collective. Glenda Browne 35.10-18
  • Metatopic and structure. Margie Towery 35.72-4
  • Brilliantly structured indexes: a UK indexer looks at US practice. Paul Douch 35.74-5
  • Brilliantly structured indexes: US indexers (and others) also look at US practice. Janet Perlman 35.75-6
  • Term selection. Kate Mertes 36.48–55
Training and qualification
  • Training for indexing. L.M. Harrod 8.50–3
  • The education of indexers. James D. Anderson 10.131–7
  • Training in indexing. John A. Gordon 12.205–6
  • Teaching book and periodical indexing at Liverpool. K.G.B. Bakewell 12.189–94
  • Education in indexing in North America. James D. Anderson 13.92–100
  • Indexing in UK library schools: a survey. Olwen Terris 15.89–90
  • Reflections on education of professional indexers. John Simkin and Cherryl Schauder 18.19–22
  • Professionalism. John E. Simkin 20.178–81
  • Problems, some unusual (marking Book Indexing Postal Tutorials). Ann Hall 20.182–4
  • Bringing it home: learning to index books by correspondence. S. Manley and N. Harwood 20.185–7
  • Indexing as a professional activity. Elizabeth Wallis 20.189–91
  • Lifelong indexing: freelancing and CPD. Pat F. Booth. 21.2–5
  • Indexing as a career — development issues. Jill Halliday 21.64–6
  • Why indexing? Rohan Bolton; Hilary Faulkner; Paula Peebles and Margaret Vaudrey 24.171–173
  • Starting out. Jill Halliday 24.174–175
  • Diary of a trainee indexer, February 3003–May 2005. Rohan Bolton 24.175–178
  • Late bloomer: an indexer gets a start. Jane Purton 24.179–180
  • UC Berkeley Extension course; learning to index at a distance. Sylvia Coates 24.186–188
  • Mentoring scheme in Australia. Max McMaster 24.189–191
  • Educating indexers: ANZSI reviews its policies. Michael Ramsden 28.123–125
  • Portrait of an indexer: the first year. Kendra H. Millis 28.151–153
  • Globalization and the indexer: reflections from the UC Berkeley Extension course. Sylvia Coates, Heather Ebbs and Max McMaster 29.30–33
  • The revised New Zealand Mentoring Scheme. Tordis Flath 30.96-97
  • Measuring value: worth your pay and paid your worth. Sylvia Coates 30.191-198
  • Scholarly publications in Latin America: where, oh index, art thou?. Ruby Meraz Gutierrez 31.12-17
  • Newcomers: readers' comments. Adam LeBrocq, Sylvia Coates, Ann Hudson, Elena Gwynne and Linda Stumbaugh 31.62-65
  • Evaluating indexes: observations on ANZSI experience. Sherrey Quinn 33.107-112
  • Making an indexer. Frances Curry 34.112-13
Usability
  • A Joycean usability experiment. Margie Towery 26.66–67
  • The usability of academic library website indexes: an investigation. Ilana Kingsley 26.71–78
  • Libraries, librarians, indexes and indexing: should we care? Jean Weihs 26.79–82
  • From print to web: indexing for accessability. Christopher Stephen 27.76–79
  • Testing usability: ‘Experience an index usability test’ at the ASI Conference (Portland, 2009). Cheryl Landes 27.152–163
  • Controlling our vocabulary: language consistency in a library context. Mark Aaron Polger 32.32-37
  • Where is the evidence? A review of the literature on the usability of book indexes. Mary Coe 32.161-168
  • What do readers expect from book indexes and how do they use them? An exploratory user study. Mary Coe 33.90-101
  • Do we really need indexers? Bill Johncocks 34.104-109
  • Indexes behaving badly: the cobbler's children have no shoes. Mary Coe 34.170-2
  • Indexes behaving (not so) badly: the cobbler's children now have shoes, even socks! Mary Coe 35.89-90
  • Indexes behaving badly IV: the cobbler's children have, once again, lost their shoes. Mary Coe 36.23-4
  • Indexing databases for our users, not ourselves. Valerie Nesset 36.105-108
  • Structured data for online content: how indexers can help search engines. Alexandra Bell 36.101-105
Users
  • User preferences in technical indexes. John F. Drage 6.151–5
  • The uses of indexes. John L. Thornton 8.17–19
  • Teaching the young to use indexes. Cecilia Gordon 13.181–2
  • Linguistics and indexing. David Crystal 14.3–7
  • Indexes from a user’s viewpont. Alan Seal 14.111–13
  • Why indexing fails the researcher. Bella Hass Weinberg 16.3–6
  • Prestel using from the user’s point of view. Robin Yeates 16.7–10
  • User approaches to indexes. Jean Stirk 16.75–8
  • Researchers’ attitudes to newspaper indexing in Nigeria. L.O. Aina 16.97–8
  • The usefulness of indexes. Ben-Ami Lipetz 16.173–6
  • Indexing in and for Europe: a user’s perspective. Helen E. Chandler 18.92–4
  • Is there anybody there? David Crystal 19.3.153–4
  • Why postcoordination fails the searcher. Bella Hass Weinberg 19.155–9
  • Indexing in hypertext environments: the role of user models. Michael Forrester 19.249–56
  • Whom should we aim to please? Hazel K. Bell 20.3–5
  • Earning online trust. Seth A. Maislin 22.29–30
  • Let’s get usable!: usability studies for indexes. Susan C. Olason 22.91–5
  • Web 2.0 and users' expectations of indexers. Bill Johncocks 26.18–24
  • Chicken or egg theory: do we truly know how they search? Elaine Ménard 29.150–156
  • In defense of multiple indexes: or the index as learning tool. Florian Ehrensperger 31.153-158

  • Publishing: the last (and next?) five years. Alastair Horne 35.2-9
  • Should publishers invest in software for in-house indexers? A case study. Iva Cheung 36.18-19
  • Size does matter: fitting the index to the pages. Heather Ebbs 36.19-22

  • Indexing in Canada: local indexing and commercial services. P. Greig and J. A. Tracy 8.88–93
  • Indexing methods used by some abstracting and indexing services. K.G.B. Bakewell 10.3–8
  • An overview of the indexing and abstracting services in China. Lei Zeng 17.99–107
  • Indexing services in Nigeria. S.O. Oyesola 11.229–31
  • Indexing services in Nigeria: problems and prospects. B.U. Nwafor 17.185–8
  • Patent classification and information retrieval services. Andrew Bayer 12.117–24
  • LISA: anatomy of an abstracting service. Daphne M. Tomlinson 15.83–6
  • Angst and anticipation; how will traditional information services fit in the new information age? Ronald G. Dunn 19.184–8

General
  • The 1866 catalogue of the Board of Trade Library: an early Wheatley catalogue. K.A. Mallaber 7.42–5
  • Fingerprint indexing. J.W. Godsell 4.41–7
  • ‘I copied all the letters in a big, round hand’: indexing W.S. Gilbert. Geoffrey Dixon 16.92–6
  • Indexing a local planning enquiry. Alison Raisin 13.107–10
  • Subject knowledge – how it helps take care of the business. Sylvia Coates 28.173–175
  • Finding a new challenge in 'rare interests' groups. Arthur Maltby 36.80–2
Archaeology
  • Problems of archaeological indexing. Cherry Lavell 12.175–84
  • Indexing of a computerized bibliography for London’s archaeology. Audrey Adams 14.235–40
  • Compiling a general index to Sussex Archaeological CollectionsAnn Hudson 17.83–90
  • A database of radiocarbon dates for archaeology. Cherry Lavell 19.173–6
  • On indexing The heritage of North Cyprus: a personal approach. Rosamond Hanworth 19.205–7
Architecture/planning
  • Indexing a Victorian architectural journal: The Builder project. Ruth Richardson 16.85–6
Art
  • The Index of Christian Art. Anna C. Esmeijer and William S. Heckscher 3.97–119
  • Three encyclopaedia indexes (inc. Encyclopedia of world art). Delight Ansley 5.16–22
  • Case history of the compilation of a large cumulative index (to A. Venturi’s Storia dell’arte Italiana). Jacqueline D. Sisson 10.164–75/194
  • The unconventional index and its merits (on a text analysing Dürer’s ‘Melancolia I’). William S. Heckscher 13.5–25
  • Scholarly search for the truth. M. Mallory & G. Moran 19.99–101
  • Layered indexing of images. Kimberly A. Schroeder 21.11–14
  • Art book indexes reviewed. Catherine Sassen 32.104-108
  • Words and pictures - indexing art books: some practical experience. Joan Dearnley C13:1
Botany
  • Indexing botanical and horticultural texts. Alex S. George 25.253–254
  • Environmental studies and natural history texts: indexing issues. Therese Shere 27.50–57
Commerce
  • Scottish tartans: an indexing challenge. Keith Lumsden 22.69–71
Crafts
  • Material culture and the rise of quilt indexing. Nikki Davis 30.80-84
  • Indexing quilt patterns. Mary Russell 30.85-90
Environmental studies
  • Environmental studies and natural history texts: indexing issues. Therese Shere 27.50–57
Fiction
  • Indexing science fiction. P. Schuyler Miller 6.163–4
  • A long fiction index (to Scott’s Waverley novels). Philip Bradley 8.153–63
  • Compiling the first Fiction IndexAlan Glencross 13.86–7
  • Compiling Cumulated fiction index 1975–1979. M.E. Hicken 13.88–9
  • Para-index and anti-index. Judy Batchelor 16.194
  • Indexes to works of fiction: the views of producers and users on the need for them. Philip Bradley 16.239–46
  • Indexing fiction: a story of complexity. Hazel K. Bell 17.251–6
  • Should fiction be indexed? The indexability of text. Hazel K. Bell 18.83–6
  • A Marshland index [works of S. L. Bensusan]. John A. Vickers 19.276–8
  • Indexes as fiction and fiction as paper-chase. Hazel K. Bell 20.209–11
  • Thirty-nine to one: indexing the novels of Angela Thirkell. Hazel K. Bell 21.6–10
  • From thesaurus to ontology: the development of the Kaunokki Finnish fiction thesaurus. Jarmo Saarti and Kaisa Hypén 28.50–58
  • 'As if we were reading a good novel' fiction and the index from Richardson to Ballard. Dennis Duncan 32.2-11
  • Retrieving a world of fiction: building an index - and an archive - of serialized novels in Australian newspapers, 1850-1914. Katherine Bode and Carol Hetherington 33.57-65
Folklore
  • The Department of Irish Folklore, University College, Dublin. Helen Litton 22.170–3
Food and wine
  • Indexing wine. Michael Ramsden 30.90-95
  • Food for thought the expanding universe of cookbook indexing. Gillian Watts C12:1
  • Culinary indexers' reference sources. Catherine Sassen C12:5
  • Indexes in award-winning cookbooks. Catherine Sassen 33.71-76
  • The joy of managing without. Maureen MacGlashan 34.90-91
  • More food for thought: grains and granularity in cookbook indexing. Gillian Watts 36.138-148

Geography
  • Indexing of alternative place-names (especially in the Near East). H. V. Molesworth-Roberts 6.179
  • Cartographic indexing. Deborah M. Smith 9.18–20
  • The indexing of Welsh place-names. Donald Moore 15.3–8
  • Topographical indexing. J.F.W. Bryon 15.211–14
  • All over the map. 18.152
  • Creating indexes for world atlases at HarperCollins Publishers. Jim Irvine 24.119–122
Government information
  • Indexing the proceedings and publications of the Scottish Parliament. Tori Spratt and Shona Skakle 22.65–8
  • The parliament of Canada: indexing the work of the Senate committees. Stephanie Bilodeau 26.114–117
  • Herding cats: indexing British Columbia's political debates using controlled vocabulary. Julie McClung 27.66–69
  • One index, two formats: print versus web indexes for political debates in British Columbia. Julie McClung 28.110–115
History
  • Indexing ancient history. Robert D. Rodriguez 14.207–8
  • Indexing deeds and documents. Robert L. Collison 5.113–23
  • The British Record Society—eighty years of an index. Peter Spufford 6.19–23
  • Indexing science fiction. P. Schuyler Miller 6.163–4
  • Indexing Victoria’s historic criminal records. Jean Uhl 10.24–6
  • Indexing Victoria’s shipping records. Douglas Bishop 10.27–9
  • Twenty-five years of history indexing. Eric H. Boehm 11.33–42
  • The indexing work of Family History Societies. J.S.W. Gibson 13.83–5
  • Indexes for local and family history. John Chandler 13.223–7
  • Computer-assisted production of bibliographic databases in history. Joyce Duncan Falk 12.131–9
  • User approaches to indexes [Family History]. Jean Stirk 16.75–8
  • Observations on the indexing of history. Matthew Benjamin Gilmore 16.159–62
  • Thirty-nine to one: indexing the novels of Angela Thirkell. Hazel K. Bell 21.6–10
  • Cardinal Giuseppe Garampi: an eighteenth-century pioneer in indexing . Charles Burns 22.61-64
  • Indexing Roman imperialism. John Richardson 24.138–140
  • ‘A funny lot’: indexing and local history books. Bob Trubshaw 24.184–185
  • Christian history: 3,000 years and an author’s indexing thereof. Diarmaid MacCulloch 28.108–109
  • Holding hands with the past: indexing historical documents. Kate Mertes 31.95-105
  • History indexes reviewed. Catherine Sassen 31.105-109
  • The Registry of Deeds Index Project Ireland. Nick Reddan 32.64-67
  • How historians work. Keith Thomas 33.122-25
  • Indexing maketh a full journal: recollections of Baconiana. Arthur Maltby 36.171-173

Horticulture
  • Indexing botanical and horticultural texts. Alex S. George 25.253–254
  • Environmental studies and natural history texts: indexing issues. Therese Shere 27. 50–57
Images

(see also Art; Types of Indexes - Photographs & films)

  • Streamlining PRECIS just for laughs! (Musée ... pour rire). C. Jacobs and C. Arsenault 19.88–92
  • Layered indexing of images. Kimberly A. Schroeder 21.11–14
  • Indexing training and workflow on large digitization projects. Kimberly A. Schroeder 21.67–9
  • If a picture is worth a thousand words, then .. . Christine Jacobs 21.119–21
  • Capturing moving images online. Ann Cameron 24.142–144
  • Indexing ordinary images: challenges and perspectives. Elaine Menard 27.70–76
  • Illustrative material and how to handle it. Max McMaster 29.123–6
  • Chicken or egg theory: do we truly know how they search? Elaine Ménard 29.150–6
  • Pictures into words. Brian Stewart 33.8-25
  • Visual indexes. Mary Russell and Joan Dearnley 35.109-12
Intelligence information
  • The index of Enigma messages. Elizabeth Wallis and Cherry Lavell 22.31–3
  • Indexing the intelligence: some inferences, some speculations. Rodney Brunt 22.187–190
  • Black, white, and red all over: the US radio and television blacklist as annotated index. Cheryl Lemmens 35.98-109
  • The peripheral and central indexes at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. Eric L. Nelson 36.95-101
Language

(see also Countries and Languages)

  • Syntactic and semantic relationships — or: a review of PRECIS. P.F. Broxis 10.54–9
  • Linguistics and indexing. David Crystal 14.3–7
  • Indexing a reference grammar. David Crystal 15.67–72
  • 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
  • Bias in indexing and loaded language. Hazel K. Bell 17.173–7
  • Selected linguistic problems in indexing within the Canadian context. Lisa Rasmussen 18.87–91
  • Is there anybody there? David Crystal 19.3.153–4
  • Marot, Hofstadter, index [Douglas Hofstadter’s translation of Ma mignonne by Clément Marot]. Christine Shuttleworth 21.22–3
  • Quote index unquote. David Crystal 22.14–20
  • The expanding worlds of reference. Tom McArthur 22.86–90
  • Bibliography in a digital age. Geraldine Triffitt 26.127–131
  • Text editing across cultures in a multilingual society: South African English as a case study. John David Linnegar 32.57-63
  • A banket of South African words and expressions to tax the toughest of indexers. John David Linnegar 33.26-28
Law
  • Legal indexing. A.R. Hewitt 3.136–45
  • Indexes old and new. G. Chowdharay-Best 9.168–9
  • Indexing in a State Parliamentary Library. Josephine McGovern 10.78–80/86
  • On citing Acts of Parliament and related law. Richard Haig-Brown 11.205–8
  • Legal vocabulary and the indexer. Elizabeth M. Moys 18.75–8
  • The Consolidated Index to Law Reports. Brian Symondson 18.79–82
  • Building a global legal index: a work in progress. Madeleine Davis 22.123–7
  • Indexing: it’s the law! Bella Hass Weinberg 24.79–82
  • Indexing the law: a controlled vocabulary. Mark Scott 24.123–126
  • Developing and using new reference tools to search the jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization: the case of the Appellate Body Repertory. Iain Sandford, Steve Cooper and Fernando Preto Ramos 24.218–222
  • The Legal indexing SIG. Mary Harper 26.86
  • Some useful international law websites C5:6
  • Legal indexing. A.R. Hewitt 32.23-28
  • Tears, drama and meeting minutes: an indexing experience. Kate Faulkner 32.71-75
  • Politics and the art of indexing: teamwork in a legislative environment. Cheryl Caballero, Erica Smith and Rosalind Guldner 33.65-67
  • Law via the Internet 2015 conference. Glenda Browne 34.12-16
  • The Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals. Marci Hoffman 34.50-55
Medicine
  • The Journal of Anatomy: index to the first hundred years 1866–1966. D. Blake and R.E.M. Bowden 6.48–51
  • The indexing of medical books and journals. John Gibson 13.173–5
  • Indexes of German-language biomedical abstracting journals. Joachim Thuss 14.35–41
  • Medical abbreviations and acronyms. Doreen Blake and John Gibson 14.205–6
  • Indexing medical journals. Doreen Blake 17.33–4
  • Indexing the British Medical JournalRichard Jones 19.13–18
  • Medical indexes reviewed. Pilar Wyman 21.124–6
  • Medical indexing in the United States. Janyne Ste Marie 27.59–61
  • Hand-helds as ereaders: exploratory thoughts on hand-held devices and indexes. Pilar Wyman 30.17–24
Military
  • Indexing defence: an indexer’s defence. Richard Munro 24.21–23
  • Nulli Secundus: a volunteer effort. Edyth Binkowski 25.125–127
  • Military indexing: men and machines. Michael Forder C7:1
  • For clarity's sake: indexing military works. Peter Cooke 32.94-97
  • Ready, aim, fire: indexing military history. Kendra H. Millis 36.55–8
Music
  • Indexing gramophone records. E.T. Bryant 2.90–4
  • Notes on music indexing. J.H. Davies 2.124–6
  • Of music and indexing. Percy Young 16.177–80
  • Musical bumps: indexing musical terms. Helga Perry 16.251–3
  • Where’s that tune? Sarah J. Crofts 19.189–91
  • Music: special characteristics for indexing and cataloguing. Jane A. Myers 19.269–74
  • MeloDex: Indexing hymn tunes. Peter Ralph Coates 21.37
  • Indexing traditional African musical instruments. Marlene Burger 21.169–71
  • Music indexing and retrieval: current problems. Elizabeth Kelly 28.163–166
  • Carols for indexers. Mary Russell and Maureen MacGlashan 29.50-55
  • Linked Data and music: current opportunities. Elizabeth Joan Kelly 33.2-7
  • From shoeboxes to the World Wide Web: the enthusiast as indexer. Kate Faulkner 34.99-103
Names

(see also Countries and Languages)

  • Arrangement of entries in Post Office telephone directories 2.142–3
  • The hereditary peerage. Hebe Jerrold 3.130
  • Indexing peers. M.D. Anderson 4.51
  • Post Office filing. M. Gorman & G.N. Knight 7.118–20
  • Developing a system of indexing surnames in the Home Office. John L. Rush 12.81–2
  • An Ordinary of Arms, Vol. II, 1902–1973Vivien Wilson 12.195–7
  • Coping with a title: the indexer and the British aristocracy. David Lee 17.155–60
  • Name of an author! Anne B. Piternick 18.95–9
  • Chinese personal names. Liqun Dai C1:1
  • The hundred surnames: a Pinyin index. Liqun Dai C1:3
  • French names. Noeline Bridge C1:8
  • Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names. Jacqueline Pitchford C1:11
  • Italian names. Christine Shuttleworth C1:15
  • Australian Aboriginal names. Geraldine Triffitt C2:1
  • Turkish names. Meral Alakus C2:5
  • Arabic names. Heather Hedden C2:9
  • Khoe-San names (African click languages). Shelagh Willet C3:1
  • Spanish personal names. Francine Cronshaw C3:5
  • Ethiopian names. Kebreab W. Giorgis C3:8
  • Tibetan names: some suggestions. E.E.G.L. Searight C3:10
  • Asian names. Nasreen Akhtar C3:12
  • Browser bar: personal names. Pierke Bosschieter C4:1
  • Japanese names. John Power C4:2
  • Irish prefixes and the alphabetization of personal names. Róisín Nic Cóil C6:1
  • The indexing of Welsh personal names. Donald Moore C6:7
  • The indexing of Welsh place-names. Donald Moore C6:15
  • Personal names as phrases. Noeline Bridge C8:1
  • Cataloging rules and tools: an aid for the indexing of names. Debra Spidal 30.186-190
  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer. Lam Lai Heung C9:1
  • Asian names in an English-language context: negotiating the structural and linguistic minefield. Fiona Swee-Lin Price C9:6
  • Names and the indexer. Linda Dunn C14:8
  • Resources for handling titles in indexes. Linda Dunn C15:1
  • Resources for handling personal names in indexes. Linda Dunn C15:6
  • Resources for handling corporate names in indexes. Linda Dunn C15:11
  • Resources for handling geographic names in indexes. Linda Dunn C16:1
  • Resources for handling event names in indexes. Linda Dunn C16:5
  • Sikh names: theory, conventions and practices. Manjit K. Sahai C17:1
  • Names and titles in the Orthodox Church. Stephen Ullstrom C17:7
  • Personal names in indexes. Susan Curran 36.108-115
Natural history
  • Environmental studies and natural history texts: indexing issues. Therese Shere 27. 50–57
Philately
  • Computer-aid for philatelic indexing. Roberta Palen 12.207–9
  • The National Philatelic Society indexing project. Ian Crane 18.33–4
Politics
  • The Northern Ireland Political Collection at the Linen Hall Library. John Gray 22.175–7
  • Herding cats: indexing British Columbia's political debates using controlled vocabulary. Julie McClung 27.66–69
  • Political memoirs: an international comparison of indexing styles. Alan Walker 30.66-75
  • Indexing political memoirs: neutrality and partiality. Alan Walker 30.125-130
Religion and theology
  • The Index of Christian Art. Anna C. Esmeijer and William S. Heckscher 3.97–119
  • The Jewish Chronicle index 1841— . John M. Shaftesley 4.3–13
  • Three encyclopaedia indexes (inc. New Catholic encyclopedia). Delight Ansley 5.16–22
  • The index of the Encyclopaedia JudaicaRaphael Posner 8.101–11
  • Indexing the works of John Wesley. John A. Vickers 10.176–7
  • On indexing John Wesley. John A. Vickers 11.189–97
  • The oldest printed indexes (St Augustine). Hans H. Wellisch 15.73–82
  • Father of the man (George Fox). John A. Vickers 17.20
  • A scriptural index to Hymns and PsalmsOliver A. Beckerlegge 18.27–9
  • Indexes and religion: reflections on research in the history of indexes. Bella Hass Weinberg 21.111–18
  • Index structures in early Hebrew Biblical word lists: preludes to the first Latin concordances. Bella Hass Weinberg 22.178–186
  • Notes on the indexing of biblical and related materials. Peter Andrews and Meg Davies C5:1
  • Christian history: 3,000 years and an author’s indexing thereof. Diarmaid MacCulloch 28.108–109
  • Biblical reference indexing: the challenge. Francis Young 36.14-15
Science and technology
  • Technical indexing. L.E.J. Helyar 2.134–7
  • A scientific examination of codification. F.R. Gurney 4.67–80
  • The indexing of scientific books. J. Edwin Holmstrom 4.123–31
  • An analytical index to documents on aerodynamics. R.C. Wright 4.81–2
  • Three encyclopaedia indexes (inc. Encyclopedia of science and technology). Delight Ansley 5.16–22
  • Citation indexing (Science Citation Index). John Martyn 5.5–15
  • Scientific and technical indexing. E.J. Coates 5.27–34
  • The World list of scientific periodicalsKenneth I. Porter 5.70–8
  • Indexing technical matter: some practical experience on both sides of two fences. Neil R. Fisk 6.42–7
  • User preferences in technical indexes. John F. Drage 6.151–5
  • Aims and methods of the British Technology IndexE.J. Coates 3.146–52
  • The state of the indexing art in British Engineering books. Bruce S.C. Harling 8.13–16
  • Technical indexing at BTIAlan Singleton 9.37–49
  • Computer-based indexing systems: implications for the book indexer. John J. Eyre 9.53–7
  • Division of labour in rapid indexing of technical periodicals. J. Edwin Holmstrom 11.216–19
  • Patent classification and information retrieval services. Andrew Bayer 12.117–24
  • Computer-aided indexing of technical manuals. Paul Hardy 15.22–4
  • Chemical and numerical indexing for the INSPEC database. J.C. Deaves & J.E. Pache 16.163–7
  • The Persian Agrovoc in an indexing context. Mohammad Reza Falahati Qadimi Fumani 29.23–29
  • Scientific texts and the indexer. Walter Greulich 29.114–22
  • The Poehlman case: understanding and indexing ethical problems in scientific journals. Carolyn Brown 29.179–84
Social sciences
  • The development of the Chinese Social Sciences Citation IndexWeina Hua 22.128–9
Theatre
Zoology
  • Zoological indexing. Max McMaster C17:3

Bibliographic indexing
  • Indexing science fiction. P. Schuyler Miller 6.163–4
  • Computer-aided production of the subject index to the SMRE bibliography. M. Belton 8.44–9
  • Indexing a bibliographical guide. K. Boodson 9.93–100
  • Computer-assisted production of bibliographic databases in history. Joyce Duncan Falk 12.131–9
  • Indexing of a computerized bibliography for London’s archaeology. Audrey Adams 14.235–40
Cartoons
Children’s book indexes
  • Indexing children’s books. Brenda Miller 8.140–4
  • Indexes to children’s books are essential. H.B. King 5.130–1
  • A survey of indexes in school library books. H.B. King 8.210–13
  • The Cinderella of indexing; children’s books and comics. E.J. Wallis 8.214–15
  • Index to characters in children’s literature. Arthur D. Mortimore 11.152–3
  • Reading to learn, and using the index. Michael Marland 11.68–9
  • Indexes of children’s books in Australia. Brenda Miller 12.29–33
  • Indexes to children’s information books. P.L. Mathews and K.G.B. Bakewell 20.193–4
  • Indexing for children. Yvonne Dixon 20.8–10/15
  • Indexing children’s information books. Paula L. Williams and K. G. B. Bakewell 21.174–9
  • A look at classification and indexing practices for elementary school children: who are we really serving? Valerie Nesset 34.71-73
Citation indexing
  • Citation indexing. John Martyn 5.5–15
  • The World list of scientific periodicals. Kenneth I. Porter 5.70–8
  • Citation indexing: uses and limitations. Helen E. Chandler and Vincent de P. Roper 17.243–9
  • Name of an author! Anne B. Piternick 18.95–9
  • The development of the Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index. Weina Hua 22.128–9
  • Author citations and the indexer. Sylvia Coates C10:1
  • Growing with indexing and the role of citation databases: ISAP shows the way. Antoinette Kotze 33.77-80
Concordances
  • Index structures in early Hebrew Biblical word lists: preludes to the first Latin concordances. Bella Hass Weinberg 22.178–186
  • Patterns and hidden meanings: the dawn of automated indexing. Rudy Hirschmann 29.19–22
Cumulation

(see also Periodicals)

  • Case history of the compilation of a large cumulative index (to A. Venturi’s Storia dell’arte Italiana). Jacqueline D. Sisson 10.164–75/194
  • The cumulative index to the Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. Jessica L. Harris 11.14–32
  • Compiling Cumulated fiction index 1975–1979. M.E. Hicken 13.88–9
  • The ISIS cumulative bibliography 1931–65. Magda Whitrow 13.158–65
  • New aids to cumulative periodical indexing. Robert Fraser 13.228–31
  • Making the consolidated index of The Oxford History of England. Richard Raper 18.31–2
  • Multi-volume indexing of an economics series. Gary Hall 18.153–5
  • Tears, drama and meeting minutes: an indexing experience. Kate Faulkner 32.71-75
Diaries
  • A glossy index (Lady Cynthia Asquith’s Diaries). 18.47
  • Indexing Gladstone: from 5 x 3" cards to computer and database. H.C.G. Matthew 19.257–64
  • Indexing Pepys’s diary. Robert and Rosalind Latham 12.34–5
  • ‘The index to the definitive Pepys’. Robert Latham 14.88–90
  • ‘Thankless task’ accomplished for (BarbaraPym. Hazel K. Bell 14.189
  • Indexing Wesley’s journals and diaries. John A.Vickers 25.9–11
  • ‘And so to bed’: the index to The diary of Samuel Pepys. Fred Leise 29.4–11
Embedded indexing
  • Embedded indexing. James Lamb 24.206–209
  • The myth of the reusable index. Bill Johncocks 24.213–217
  • Ebook indexing update. Glenda Browne 34.160-2
  • The Chicago manual of style on indexes in electronic publications and the use of metadata. Glenda Browne 36.115-118
Encyclopaedias
  • Three encyclopaedia indexes (art; New Catholic; science and technology). Delight Ansley 5.16–22
  • Ideas for indexing: Encyclopaedia Britannica and Great Books of the Western world. Arthur V. Coyne 11.136–40
  • Some indexing decisions in the Cambridge encyclopedia family. David Crystal 19.177–83
  • Britannia revisited. C.D. Needham 10.116–23
  • Indexing The Canadian encyclopedia second edition. Ron and Eve Gardner 16.87–91
  • Indexing Chambers’s encyclopaedia. M.D. (Dorothy) Law 6.13–16
  • The encyclopaedia of Islam and its index. Hilda M. Pearson 13.33–5
  • The index of the Encyclopaedia Judaica. Raphael Posner 8.101–11
  • Indexing the Great Soviet encyclopaedia. Emil Pocock 9.180–4
  • Facilitas inveniendi: the alphabetical index as a knowledge management tool. Helmut Zedelmaier 25.235-242
Ephemera
Images and other illustrative material including film
  • The International Index to Film Periodicals. Frances Thorpe 12.83–8
  • The cataloguing and indexing of the photographic collection of the Royal Commonwealth Society. John Falconer 14.15–22
  • Animal, vegetable or mineral? Cataloguing and indexing in the Natural History Unit Film Library. Rosi Crane 14.23–6
  • Indexing and cataloguing the Walt Disney Archives. David R. Smith 15.154–6
  • Layered indexing of images. Kimberly A. Schroeder 21.11–14
  • It ain't just what you say but the way that you say it: indexing a DVD. David Crystal 27.173–5
  • Image indexing. Tomasz Neugebauer 28.98–103
  • Chicken or egg theory: do we truly know how they search? Elaine Ménard 29.150–156
  • Illustrative material and how to handle it. Max McMaster 29.123-126
  • TIIARA for an IDOL: an adventure in indexing. Elaine Ménard 31.2-11
  • Pictures into words. Brian Stewart 33.8-25
  • From librarian to media manager: looking after BBC Scotland's archive. Jennifer Wilson 34.55-61
  • Visual indexes. Mary Russell and Joan Dearnley 35.109-12
  • Indexing videos: timing is everything. Jan Wright 36.90-95
Letters
  • How I indexed Dickens’s letters. James Thornton 4.119–22
  • On editing and indexing a series of letters (of Sir Robert Hart). Katherine Frost Bruner 14.42–6
  • The Burney papers — or, where does an index begin? Althea Douglas 14.241–8
  • Indexing published letters. Douglas Matthews 22.135–41
  • 'Your letters have been life and breath to me': the challenge of indexing My beloved man. Marian Aird 34.138-43
Museums
  • ‘Is Britannia a personality?’: some questions arising while indexing the Imperial War Museum’s collections. Roger Smither 17.7–11
  • The indexing of museum objects. Leonard Will 18.157–60
  • Streamlining PRECIS just for laughs (Musée ... pour rire). C. Jacobs & C. Arsenault 19.88–92
Newspapers
  • Preserving the news that’s fit to print (New York Times Index). John Rothman 5.39–42
  • Indexing 19th-century North Devon newspapers. Peter Christie 15.91–3
  • 19th-century Perth newspapers indexed and abstracted. Marjory M. Howat 18.16–18
  • Teamwork indexing of The Scotsman. John Bennett 14.27–9
  • The Times index. C.H.J. Kyte 5.125–9
  • Indexing The Times. Barbara James 11.209–11
  • Indexing of smaller-circulation daily newspapers. L.M. Sandlin, J.H. and B.S. Schlessinger 14.184–9
  • Producing a local newspaper index. Michael Knee 13.101–3
  • Local newspaper indexing projects and products. Geraldine Beare 16.227–33
  • Indexing a local newspaper using dBASE IV. M. Kilcullen and M. Spohn 20.16–17/22
  • Researchers’ attitudes to newspaper indexing in Nigeria. L.O. Aina 16.97–8
  • Newspaper indexing in Nigerian libraries. E.E. Okorafor 17.35–8
  • Newspaper indexing: an international overview. Nazir Ahmad 17.257–66
  • Direct electronic access to a large clippings library. Michael Steemson 19.19–21
  • Publishing a newspaper index on the World Wide Web using Microsoft Access 97. Maureen Kilcullen 20.195–6
  • Yesterday is history: the evolution of the Weekly Mail index. Christopher Merrett 22.72–5
  • NEWSPLAN conference. Geraldine Beare 24.24–26
  • Newspaper archives: indexing Cumhuriyet. Meral Alakuş 29.179–79
  • The National Index to Chinese Newspapers and Periodicals (NICNP) in the digital age. Han Chunlei 31.50-53
  • On indexing the Argus. John Hirst 31.158-162
Periodicals

(see also CumulationNewspapers)

  • Standards for indexes to learned and scientific periodicals 2.63–4
  • Indexing of periodicals. Peter Ferriday 4.34–8
  • Index to a periodical volume. G.J. Narayana and K. Ramaswami 4.59–66/89
  • Indexing in source. Paul E. Vesenyi 6.161–3
  • Indexing of periodicals. Survey 7.70–9
  • The indexing of multi-author, multi-volume and periodical publications. J. Edwin Holmstrom 8.31–43
  • Journal indexes — for editorial use. G.H. Burns 8.62–5
  • Printed indexes to early British periodicals. Peter Johnson 16.147–55
  • Author and source indexing and abstracting of journal articles. Virgil Diodato 14.91–4
  • The evolution of a serial index. Harris Shupak 14.99–102
  • Indexing medical journals. Doreen Blake 17.33–4
  • CD-ROM periodical indexes: better evaluation necessary. Martin Goldberg 18.11–15
  • Indexing The Athenaeum: aims and difficulties. Micheline Hancock-Beaulieu and Susan Holland 17.167–72
  • Indexing the British Medical Journal. Richard Jones 19.13–18
  • Aims and methods of the British Technology Index. E.J. Coates 3.146–53
  • Indexing a Victorian architectural journal: The Builder project. Ruth Richardson 16.85–6
  • The indexing procedures of the Foreign Language index. R.L. Collison 9.154–9
  • Indexing The Indexer. John A. Gordon 13.253–4
  • The Indexer’s indexes: critique and reply. Kingsley Siebel / Geoffrey Dixon 17.267–8
  • The International Index to Film Periodicals. Frances Thorpe 12.83–8
  • The Jewish Chronicle index 1841— . John M. Shaftesley 4.3–13
  • The Journal of Anatomy: index to the first hundred years 1866–1966. D. Blake and R.E.M. Bowden 6.48–51
  • The library journals, 1876–1975. Graham Jones 10.9–14
  • Some notes on the indexing of a library science periodical: the index to Libri, vols. 1–25. Leif Kajberg 10.191–4
  • Indexing LISA: chains, KISS and the bold approach. Tom Edwards 9.133–46
  • Indexing LISA. K.G.B. Bakewell 13.261–4
  • The London Gazette index. Grace Holmes 4.13–16
  • An index to SLA News, 1950–1967. Brenda White 6.147–50
  • Indexing the Strand Magazine. Geraldine Beare 14.8–13
  • Indexing a government journal (Survey of Current Affairs). Philip E. Found 15.151–3
  • Indexing a periodical: Verbatim. Laurence Urdang 19.203–4
  • The World list of scientific periodicals. Kenneth I. Porter 5.70–8
  • Database indexing: yesterday and today. Harry Diakoff 24.85–96
  • Nulli Secundus: a volunteer effort. Edyth Binkowski 25.125–127
  • Indexing the early New Zealand Woman's Weekly, 1933-1950. Julie Daymond-King 26.170–171
  • Serials indexing: from journal to databases. Caroline Barlow 27.2–6
  • 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
  • The Poehlman case: understanding and indexing ethical problems in scientific journals. Carolyn Brown 29.179–184
  • 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 Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals. Marci Hoffman 34.50-55
  • The Lady's Magazine: understanding the emergence of a genre. Nicola King 35.112-16
  • Think this through with me - indexing the Dead. Jan Wright 35.134-44
  • The New Yorker: thirty years an indexer. Mary Norris 36.2-4
  • ANZSI Newsletter indexing project: indexing the first 20 years (1973–92). Mary Russell 36.76–9
  • Indexing maketh a full journal: recollections of Baconiana. Arthur Maltby 36.171-173

Poetry, hymns and psalms
  • Humorous indexes: The stuffed owl. Hazel K. Bell 6.174–5
  • A scriptural index to Hymns and Psalms. Oliver A. Beckerlegge 18.27–9
  • Should fiction be indexed? The indexability of text. Hazel K. Bell 18.83–6
  • Poetry in indexes. Dena N. Sher 19.102–4
  • Indexer — poet or pedant? John A. Vickers 19.201–2
  • Poetry and the indexing thereof: the role of the Scottish Poetry Library (SPL). Julie Johnstone 28.2–5
  • Carols for indexers. Mary Russell and Maureen MacGlashan 29.50–55
  • Subject indexing of poetry – could we? Should we? Hazel K. Bell 29.56–63
  • An index of counter-spells in Ariosto's Orlando furioso (1516). Michael Robertson 30.179-184
Reference material
  • Indexing a reference grammar. David Crystal 15.67-72
  • Some indexing decisions in the Cambridge Encyclopedia family. David Crystal 19.177-83
  • The expanding worlds of reference. Tom McArthur 22.86–90
  • Reference book indexes reviewed. Catherine Sassen 28.26-29
Website indexing
  • The usability of academic library website indexes: an investigation. Ilana Kingsley 26.71–78
  • The Mandela Portal ? how do visitors get there? Shadrack Katuu and Sello Hatang 28.69–73
  • One index, two formats: print versus web indexes for political debates in British Columbia. Julie McClung 28.110–115
  • Creation, placement, and design of website indexes on university websites in the United States. Ilana Kingsley 31.18-25
  • Controlling our vocabulary: language consistency in a library context. Mark Aaron Polger 32.32-37
  • Website indexing. Mary Coe 34.20-25
  • Accessible web indexes: design for those with disabilities. Cheryl Caballero and Rosalind Guldner 35.30-2
  • Scran: Scotland's history and culture website 20 years on. Andrew James 35.25-30
  • Indexing databases for our users, not ourselves. Valerie Nesset 36.105-108
  • Structured data for online content: how indexers can help search engines. Alexandra Bell 36.101-105
  • Indexing higher-education websites: creation, design, and content management. Brian Richardson 36.161-170

    Keeping the beat: how controlled vocabularies affect indexing. Marti Heyman 36.148-156

  • Lies and venom: some thought on reviews and reviewers. Maureen MacGlashan 26.172
  • The Indexer: past, present and future. Maureen MacGlashan 26.99–105
  • Geographical distribution of authors in The Indexer, 1988-2007. Catherine Sassen 26.106–110
  • Gender and authorship in The Indexer, 1958–2007. Catherine Sassen 27.164–168
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