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‘Abraham Fleming: Elizabethan maker of indexes and “tables”‘ (Painting-Stubbs), 29(3).109–13
‘Academic indexing: what’s it all about?’ (Todd), 18(2).101–104
‘Academic partnership’ (Cooter), 22(2).83
‘Accessible web indexes: design for those with disabilities’ (Caballero and Guldner), 35(1).30–2
‘Accessing documents and information in a world without frontiers’ (Hudon), 21(4).156–59
‘Adobe InDesign CC (Rayment), 32(2).77–79
‘Adventures in indexing’ (Gwynne), 35(2).79
‘After the prize: indexing at the Einstein Papers Project’ (Hirschmann), 29(3).98–109
‘The agony and the ecstasy of a DIY author-indexer’ (Brogan), 14(3).175–76
‘The ah!-factor’ (Bell), 17(3).191–92
‘The AHRC Mander and Mitchenson theatre collection access for research project: uncovering the archive’ (Davis and Nield), 25(3).197–99
‘Aims and methods of the British Technology index’ (Coates), 3(4).146–52
‘Alexander Cruden and his concordance’ (Farrow), 20(1).55–56
‘Alexander von Humboldt’s Kosmos: indexing it’ (Lubrich and Ette), 25(1).2–6
‘All in the mind: concept analysis in indexing’ (Farrow), 19(4).243–47
‘All over the map’ (article from The Economist), 18(3).152
‘Alphabetico-specific indexing’ (Walker), 36(1).9–13
‘Alphabetization in indexes: experimental studies’ (Hartley, Davies and Burnhill), 12(3).149–53
‘The alphabetization of Islamic names’ (Anderson), 7(3).123
‘The alphabetization of prepositions in indexes’ (Wellisch), 12(2).90–92
‘Alphabetization: verbatim or literatim?’ (Greenwood), 7(1).24–27
‘Also-greats’ (Bell), 23(4).215
‘An alternative index to an 1877 “handbook of quotations”‘ (Bell), 25(4).255–56
‘Alternatives to alphabetical order’ (Bell), 14(3).206
‘The amateur indexer and the local historian’ (Linehan), 12(3).153–54
‘An amateur’s index’ (Anderson), 6(1).24–26
‘American indexers in the 1990s’ (Mulvany), 17(2).91–95
‘American Standards Association: subcommittee on indexing,’ 1(2).42–47
‘Amusing indexes in library science’ (Smith), 31(4).164–67
‘An analytical index to documents on aerodynamics’ (Wright), 4(3).81–82
‘”And so to bed”: the index to The diary of Samuel Pepys‘ (Leise), 29(1).4–11
‘Angst and anticipation; how will traditional information services fit in the new information age?’ (Dunn), 19(3).184–88
‘Animal, vegetable or mineral? Cataloguing and indexing in the Natural History Unit Film Library’ (Crane), 14(1).23–26
‘Annotating document content: a knowledge management perspective’ (Ciravegna and Petrelli), 25(1).23–27
‘Annual meeting of the DNI at the Frankfurt Book Fair, October 2013’ (Steurer), 32(1).38–39
‘Anonymous index extraordinary’ (Gordon), 13(1).51–52
‘Another “How to make an index”‘ (Hewitt), 23(4).200–21
‘ANSWER: an ‘off-the-shelf’ program for computer-aided indexing,’ 13(4).236–38
‘ANZSI conference 2013’ (Dawber and Liddle), 31(2).77
‘ANZSI conferences: last time and next time ,’ 32(1).37–38
‘The ANZSI medal 2012: some thoughts on what makes a prize-winning index,’ 31(1).35–36
‘ANZSI multi-location Council and proposed restructure’ (Browne), 33(1).38–39
‘ANZSI newsletter indexing project: indexing the first 20 years (1973-92)’ (Russell), 36(2).76–79
‘ANZSI post-restructure’ (Browne), 34(4).168–70
‘ANZSI promotion and publicity (P&P)’ (Russell and McMaster), 28(4).167–69
‘APH’s humorous indexes’ (Knight), 6(3).108–15
‘Apples, pears and oranges: three important books on indexing’ (Pincoe), 23(3).124–28
‘The application of index entries to search and retrieval of books and book content’ (Stelmach), 21(3).127–31
‘Approaches to library filing by computer’ (Perreault), 5(4).169–87
‘The Arabian Nights and orientalism: perspectives from east to west’ (TLS review, extract), 25(4).242
‘Arabic names’ (Hedden), CP2:9
‘Archival value in South Africa’ (Meyer, Calitz and Brink), 23(2).70–73
‘Archive Indexing’ (Johnson), 4(4).105–108
‘The archives of the Worshipful Company of Stationers’ (Robertson), 17(4).269–70
‘Archiving Samoan history for the future’ (Fecteau), 32(1).30–31
‘Are abstracting and indexing databases still relevant?’ (Rabe), 23(2).80–82
‘Are Chemical Abstracts indexers really necessary?’ (‘Monocle’), 11(3).143–44
‘Arrangement of entries in Post Office telephone directories,’ 2(4).142–43
‘Art book indexes reviewed’ (Sassen), 32(3).104–108
‘The art of indexing is only a half of it’ (Cook), 11(4).214–15
‘The art of indexing’ (Uschtrin and Fassbender), 29(1).13–18
‘”As if we were reading a good novel”: fiction and the index from Richardson to Ballard’ (Duncan), 32(1).2–11
‘ASI conference presentations: a content analysis of major topics, 1997-2012’ (Sassen), 30(4).201–203
‘Asian names in an English-language context: negotiating the structural and linguistic minefield’ (Price), CP9:7
‘Assessing indexes’ (Simpkins), 14(3).179–80
‘The Atlantic Monthly‘s “proper-name index”‘ (Healy), 24(2).68–70
‘AusSI Web Indexing Prize 1998’ (Walker), 21(3).108–10
‘Australian Aboriginal names’ (Triffitt), CP2:1
‘The Australian Society of Indexers’ (Ramsden), 10(4).196
‘The author, the publisher and the indexer’ (Stallybrass), 7(4).156–71
‘Author citations and the indexer’ (Coates), CP10:1
‘The author and the index’ (Mulvany), 19(1).28–30
‘Author and source indexing and abstracting of journal articles’ (Diodato), 14(2).91–94
‘Author-printer harmony with SGML’ (Painter), 16(2).99–100
‘Authors’ attitudes to indexes: a symposium,’ 14(2).85–87
‘An author’s guide to disparaging indexing’ (Bell), 18(1).29–30
‘Authors and indexes’ (letters to the editor of the TLS, November and December 2006), 25(3).183–84
‘Authors and indexing’ (Curran), 27(2).80–83
‘Authors as their own indexers’ (Pigott), 17(3).161–66
‘Authors who have to index: can they opt out?’ (Knight), 8(4).217
‘Automated indexing: feeding the AutoComplete monster’ (Jermey), 28(2).74–75
‘Awards for indexes’ (Bakewell, Byron, Shelley and Wace ), 9(3).105–106
‘An award-winning indexer tells his side of the story’ (Trahan), 33(4).143–44
‘Back of the book, back of the net: the comedy book indexes of Partridge and Toast’ (Clarke Bain), 35(1).18–24
‘Back-of-the-book indexing with the nested phrase indexing system (NEPHIS)’ (Anderson and Radford), 16(2).79–84
‘Back-of-the-book indexing in the Netherlands today’ (Bosschieter), 25(2).86–88
‘A banket of South African words and expressions to tax the toughest of indexers’ (Linnegar), 33(1).26–28
Bartlett’s familiar quotations, 18th edition for mobile app’ (Schlembach and Maislin), 31(3).122–23
‘Be a peach: enhancing your work through training’ (Booth), 23(1).18–22
‘The beginnings of indexing and abstracting’ (Witty), 8(4).193–98
‘Bernard Levin and The Indexer‘ (Bell), 24(3).127–32
‘The best indexing’ (Shipherd), 2(2).62
‘Beyond the appendix with gun and camera’ (Barnett), 13(4).232–35
‘Bias in indexing,’ 9(2).27–30
‘Bias in indexing and loaded language’ (Bell), 17(3).173–77
‘Bias in indexing: The pendulum years,’ 12(1).54
‘Biblical reference indexing: the challenge’ (Young), 36(1).14–15
‘Bibliography in a digital age’ (Triffitt), 26(3).127–31
‘Bibliography and the indexer; cullings from the Almanacco bibliografico‘ (MacGlashan), 31(2).81–85
‘A bibliography for indexing lives’ (Bell), 30(3).147
‘Bibliography of works by H B Wheatley’ (Harrod), 5(1).35–37
‘A bibliometric study of indexing and abstracting, 1876-1976’ (Tsay), 16(4).234–38
‘Bidding on indexing jobs via email: how to make a splash with clients’ (Burek), 36(3).118–122
‘Biographical profiles’ (Richter), 8(4).229–32
‘Biographies as soft, narrative texts’ (Bell), 30(3).141–46
‘Biography indexes reviewed’ (Sassen), 30(3).136–40
‘Black, white, and red all over: the US radio and television blacklist as annotated index’ (Lemmens), 35(3).98–109
‘The Blair index project’ (Shuttleworth), 28(4).175, 29(1).44
‘The bliss of excessive fondness’ (Bell), 22(3).127
‘The body of a reference work in relation to its index: an analysis of Wordmanship‘ (Weinberg), 20(1).18–22
‘The book, the book trade and the future’ (Goff), 10(3).105–110
‘The book index: an experimental indexical conference report’ (Zweifel), 36(1).25–7
‘Book index symposium: two reviews’ (Ehrensperger and Coe), 35(4).159–61
‘Book indexes: experiences and expectations in the German Democratic Republic (GDR)’ (Schmidmaier), 25(2).83–85
‘Book indexes in France: mediaeval specimens and modern practices’ (Weinberg), 22(1).2–13
‘Book indexing in Canada’ (Greig), 8(3).164–71
‘Book indexing in China’ (Dai), 26(1).3–7
‘Book indexing in Great Britain,’ 6(2).69
‘Book indexing in Great Britain: a brief history’ (Knight), 6(1).14–18
‘Book indexing in the United States’ (Palmer), 5(2).64–69
‘Book indexing in the USSR’ (Palmer), 8(2).99–100
‘Book indexing postal tutorials’ (Hall), 23(1).8–10
‘Book numbering: the importance of the ISBN’ (Bradley), 18(1).25–26
‘”A book very much to your credit”: the index to the private edition of Boswell’s papers,’ 14(2).114
‘A book-style index for the web: the University of Texas policies and procedures website’ (Fetters), 21(2).73–76
‘Bridging the indexer gap’ (Sieverts), 29(2).78
‘Brilliantly structured indexes: a UK indexer looks at US practice’ (Douch), 35(2).74–5
‘Brilliantly structured indexes: US indexers (and others) also look at US practice’ (Perlman), 35(2).75–6
‘Bringing it home: learning to index books by correspondence’ (USDA course) (Manley and Harwood), 20(4).185–87
Britannica revisited’ (Needham), 10(3).116–23
‘The British Museum catalogue of Hebrew incunabula: an evaluation of its information design and indexes’ (Weinberg), 25(1).12–15
‘The British Museum Subject Index’ (Bancroft), 3(1).4–9
‘The British Standards Institution and its recommendations for indexes’ (Harrod and Piggott), 10(4).186–91
‘Broadcasting on indexing’ (Matthews), 21(4).173–74
‘Browser bar: personal names ‘ (Bosschieter), CP4:1
‘BS 3700 revision’ (Bakewell), 16(1).42–44
‘Building a collage for indexers and bibliographers: photo albums, mirrors, magnifying glasses and crystal balls out of Africa’ (Fourie), 27(4).146–51
‘Building a global legal index: a work in progress’ (Davis), 22(3).123–27
‘The business of computer-aided indexing’ (Raper), 14(2).118–19
‘Business continuity and resiliency for the freelancer’ (Burek), 33(4).131–36
‘The business side of indexing’ (Wallis), 15(4).205–209
‘Caliban as indexer’ (Vickers), 16(3).205
‘The Canadian perspective’ (Faulkner), 24(4).183
‘Candidates for registration and their work’ (Simpkins), 15(2).87–89
‘Capturing moving images online’ (Cameron), 24(3).142–44
‘Card indexes or printed pages-physical substrates in index evaluation’ (Coates), 10(2).60–68
‘Cardinal Giuseppe Garampi: an eighteenth-century pioneer in indexing’ (Burns), 22(2).61–4
‘Carols for indexers’ (Russell and MacGlashan), 29(2).50–55
‘Cartographic indexing’ (Smith), 9(2).18–22
‘Case history of the compilation of a large cumulative index’ (Sisson), 10(4).164–175, 10(4).194
‘Cataloging rules and tools: an aid for the indexing of names’ (Spidal), 30(4).186–90
‘Catalogue of the society’s library, 1962,’ 3(2).77–80
‘The cataloguing and indexing of the photographic collection of the Royal Commonwealth Society’ (Falconer), 14(1).15–22
‘A cautionary tale’ (Bell), 21(1).24
‘CD-ROM periodical indexes: better evaluation necessary’ (Goldberg), 18(1).11–15
‘CD-ROMs and after’ (Macmillan), 16(1).17–21
‘Censorship in indexing’ (Intner), 14(2).105–108
‘Chairman’s address’ (Knight), 3(3).87–93
Chambers Encyclopaedia,’ 6(2).68
Chambers’s encyclopaedia‘ (Law), 6(1).27–31
‘Changing technologies: impact on information: the case of string indexing’ (Craven), 14(4).255–56
‘The changing Times‘ (Wallis), 11(3).144
‘Chapter headings’ (Anderson), 6(3).116–18
‘Characteristics of book indexes for subject retrieval in the humanities and social sciences’ (Gratch, Settel and Atherton), 11(1).14–23
‘Charles Davies Sherburn and the ‘Indexer’s Club” (Evenhuis), 34(3).90–98
‘Chemical and numerical indexing for the INSPEC Database’ (Deaves and Pache), 16(3).163–67
The Chicago manual of style on indexes in electronic publications and the use of metadata’ (Browne), 36(3).115–118
‘Chicken or egg theory: do we truly know how they search?’ (Ménard), 29(4).150–56
‘China Society of Indexers annual conference’ (Yang and Hao), 35(1).40–1
‘China Society of Indexers (CSI) conference: indexing and indexers in the age of big data 2-3 November 2013’ (Lennie), 32(1).39–40
‘China Society of Indexing (CSI), 2012-15’ (Yang and Wen), 33(4).141–42
‘Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer’ (Lam), CP9:1
‘The Chinese are against indexes’ (Talbot), 6(3).123
‘Chinese index science: stepping forward to the new century’ (Ge Yong-Qing), 22(2).76–78
‘Chinese personal names’ (Dai), CP1:1
‘A Chinese typewriter’ (1952 US Patent application), 27(3).107–10
‘Christian history: 3,000 years and an author’s indexing thereof’ (MacCulloch), 28(3).108–109
‘The Churchill College Archives Centre’ (Stewart), 13(1).43–47
‘The Cinderella of indexing; children’s books and comics’ (Wallis), 8(4).214–15
‘Citation indexing’ (Martyn), 5(1).5–15
‘Citation indexing: uses and limitations’ (Chandler and Roper), 17(4).243–49
‘The classical index in the internet age’ (Xu), 32(4).169–73
‘Classified v. specific indexing: a re-examination in principle’ (Moys), 20(3).135–36, 20(3).153–55
‘Classified versus specific entry in book indexes: guidelines for decision making’ (Browne), 28(1).6–11
Clemency Canning‘ (Harrod), 4(1).19–20
CMoS and the indexer: The Chicago manual of style on indexes: how it has changed’ (Coates), 36(2).68–70
‘A coded card catalogue using MeSH’ (Fischer), 6(2).52–53
‘A Cold War card index is Romania’s best hope’ (MacGlashan), 25(4).256
‘Colloque International: indici, index, indexation, Lille, 3-4 November 2005’ (MacGlashan), 25(1).45–46
‘Commas and colons’ (Thornton), 3(1).40
‘A comment on “technical indexing at BTI“‘ (Coates), 9(2).50–52
‘Commissioning the index’ (Negus), 5(4).189
‘Comparative evaluation of thesaurus creation software’ (Hedden), 26(2).50–59
‘A comparative look at embedded index entry encoding in selected publishing systems’ (Ream), 35(2).65–71
‘Compensations of indexing’ (Smith), 12(3).141
‘The compilation of the telephone directories’ (Dick), 3(1).10–16
‘Compiling an anthology of indexes’ (Bell), 23(1).32–33
‘Compiling Cumulated fiction index 1975-1979‘ (Hicken), 13(2).88–89
‘Compiling the first Fiction index‘ (Glencross), 13(2).86–87
‘Compiling a general index to Sussex Archaeological Collections’ (Hudson), 17(2).83–90
‘Complaint against the BBC by Mrs Elizabeth Wallis’ (reprinted from The Listener), 11(2).110–12
‘Computer assistance in indexing with *INDEX’ (Pasachoff and Kutner), 12(4).173–74
‘A computer code for alphabeting’ (Hines), 5(1).23–26
‘Computer contrarian’ (Bell), 22(1).24
‘Computer-aid for philatelic indexing’ (Palen), 12(4).207–209
‘Computer-aided indexing with SPITBOL and TEXTFORM’ (Gardner and Gardner), 13(2).115–19
‘Computer-aided indexing of technical manuals’ (Hardy), 15(1).22–24
‘Computer-aided production of book indexes’ (Hines and Harris), 7(2).49–54
‘Computer-aided production of the subject index to the SMRE Bibliography‘ (Belton), 8(1).44–49
‘Computer-assisted database indexing: the state-of-the-art’ (Hodge), 19(1).23–27
‘Computer-assisted indexes: two results assessed’ (Bell and Suggate), 14(2).95–98
‘Computer-assisted indexing of loose-leaf supplements’ (Moys), 19(4).283–86
‘Computer-assisted production of bibliographic databases in history’ (Falk), 12(3).131–39
‘Computer-based indexing systems: implications for the book indexer’ (Eyre), 9(2).53–57
‘A computer-generated index technique’ (Hall), 8(3).130–38
‘Computerised data processing for British Technology Index‘ (Coates), 6(3).97–101
‘Computerized indexing in the DHSS Library’ (Brewin), 14(3).157–58
‘Computerized indexing need not be impossible’ (Bell and Jones), 11(3).132–35
‘Computer-organised display of subject information’ (Lynch), 7(3).94–100
‘Computers and indexes’ (Townley), 6(3).102–107
‘Computer-supported indexing’ (Kuch), 9(2).16–17
‘Conferences 2015’ (Millis, Mischler, Nicholas, Lennie and Ream), 33(4).137–40
‘Confessions of an ex-secretary’ (Gordon), 12(2).88–89
‘The consolidated index to law reports’ (Symondson), 18(2).79–82
‘Constructing an electronic library web page’ (Takishita), 20(3).125–26
‘Continental indexing: then and now’ (Diepeveen), 25(2).74–78
‘Continuing professional development (CPD) and online learning’ (Bosschieter), 34(3).114–15, 34(4).175–6
‘Continuing professional development (CPD) and the potential of new media’ (Bosschieter), 34(2).79–82
‘Continuous indexing:a weekly periodical’ (Haig-Brown), 11(4).215–16
‘Controlled vocabularies: an introduction’ (Leise), 26(3).121–26
‘Controlled vocabularies, thesauri, and taxonomies’ (Hedden), 26(1).33–35
‘Controlling our vocabulary: language consistency in a library context’ (Polger), 32(1).32–37
‘Cook & Wedderburn’s index to Ruskin’s works’ (Thornton), 5(4).154–58
‘Coping with a title: the indexer and the British aristocracy’ (Lee), 17(3).155–60
‘Copyright for indexers’ (Eisenschitz), 14(4).253–54
‘Copyright in indexes,’ 8(2).81–87
‘The correction of index proofs’ (Knight), 3(1).31–39
‘Could still do better: the revised index to the Newman biography’ (Vickers), 17(3).189–90
‘Counterblasts to “professionalism”‘ Ä, 21(1).40
‘Creating indexes and thesauri: similarities and differences’ (Hedden), 35(3).112–16
‘Creating indexes for world atlases at HarperCollins publishers’ (Irvine), 24(3).119–22
‘Creation, placement, and design of website indexes on university websites in the United States’ (Kingsley), 31(1).18–25
‘Criteria for awarding the Wheatley Medal’ (Shaftesley), 6(2).63–66
‘Cross-references in back-of-book indexes’ (Diodato), 17(3).178–84
‘The cry of the user’ (Bell), 18(2).112
‘CSI Conference, Shanghai, 2-4 November 2013’ (Lifang and Anna), 32(2).83–86
‘Culinary indexers’ reference sources’ (Sassen), CP12:5
‘The cumulative index to the Annual Review of Information Science and Technology’ (Harris), 11(1).24–32
‘Cumulative indexing’ (Searight), 2(3).80–84
‘Current American trends in indexing’ (Collison), 8(1).20–22
‘A curriculum in indexing and abstracting’ (Davis), 10(2).75–77
‘Cyberspace and private-interest funding’ (Tomm), 23(3).120–23
‘”A Cyclops!”‘ (Heckscher), 4(3).90
‘Data protection and the indexer’ (Sandison), 15(1).24–25
‘Database indexing basics’ (Thomas), 29(4).166–68
‘Database indexing: yesterday and today’ (Diakoff), 24(2).85–96
‘A database of radiocarbon dates for archaeology’ (Lavell), 19(3).173–76
‘Databases in small specialized libraries’ (Schoeman and Kalley), 23(2).68–69
‘D-day’ (Robertson), 13(3).196–97
‘Decolonizing the index’ (Ullstrom ), 34(3).110–12
‘Deconstructing indexing standards’ (Calvert), 20(2).74–78
‘The definite article: acknowledging “The” in index entries’ (Browne), 22(3).119–22
‘Degunking your computer’ (Duntemann), 26(3).132
Delle recensioni, ovvero delle lusinghe e dei veleni‘ (Santoro) (discussion), 26(4).172–74
‘The Department of Irish Folklore, University College Dublin’ (Litton), 22(4).170–73
‘The design of indexes’ (Ridehalgh), 14(3).165–74
‘Détente by index’ (Seidel), 31(4).163
‘Developing a guide to indexing services’ (Farkas), 20(4).194
‘Developing a system of indexing surnames in the Home Office’ (Rush), 12(2).81–82
‘Developing and using new reference tools to search the jurisprudence of the World Trade Organization: The case of the Appellate Body Repertory’ (Sandford, Cooper and Prieto Ramos), 24(4).218–22
‘The development of the Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index‘ (Hua), 22(3).128–29
‘Development of thesauri in Iran’ (Masoumeh Bagheri), 25(1).19–22
‘The devil is in the details: indexes versus Amazon’s X-Ray’ (Wright), 30(1).11–16
‘Diacritics for indexers revisited’ (Rhoades), 34(4).177–9
‘Diacritics for indexers’ (Rhoades), 26(4).146–47
‘Diary of a trainee indexer, February 2003-May 2005’ (Bolton), 24(4).175–78
‘Digital journal indexing: electrified or electrocuted?’ (Hogan), 28(4).154–62
‘Direct dictation of indexes’ (Hughes), 2(2).53
‘Direct electronic access to a large clippings library’ (Steemson), 19(1).19–21
‘Disadvantages of computer-generated concordances’ (Klumpner), 12(4).210–12
‘Disclaimers in indexes and databases’ (Weinberg), 25(2).114–18
‘”Discursive, dispersed, heterogeneous” – indexing Seven pillars of wisdom‘ (Bell), 24(1).9–11
‘Distortion and mutilation – it can happen to us’ (Bell), 18(1).40–41
Division of labour in rapid indexing of technical periodicals‘ (Holmstrom), 11(4).216–19
‘D-l-Y indexing’ (Bell), 13(2).123–24
‘Do Mi’s Second Rule or the functions of subheadings’ (Stauber), 24(4).192–96
‘Do we really need indexers?’ (Johncocks), 34(3).104–09
‘Do you get the credit you deserve?’ (Edwards), 11(3).141–42
‘Documentary indexing in government central registries’ (Wigmore), 3(2).51–59
‘Documentation standards at BSI’ (Bardwell), 9(3).116–18
‘Documentation standards’ (Piggott), 15(1).20–21
‘Does embedded indexing have a future?’ (Landes), 34(2).67–71
‘The Dogge called the setter,’ 22(3).122
‘Dorking – a retrospective and update’ (Piggott), 20(4).215
‘A Dorset gem,’ 25(1).28
‘Double-KWIC indexing’ (Willey), 7(2).80
‘Dr Powell’s index to Boswell’s Life of Johnson‘ (Beer), 5(3).135
‘Dr Weinberg’s advice to those about to index – “don’t read this book!”‘ (Weinberg), 16(3).204
‘Dramatis personae’ (Davis), 30(3).132–35
‘Duplicate entries versus see cross-references in back-of-book indexes’ (Diodato), 19(2).83–87
‘Dutch, German, Austrian, Flemish and Afrikaans names’ (Pitchford), CP1:11
‘Dymphna and Manning Clark’ (Browne), 32(2).80
‘Dynamic indexing: Infogrid Pacific and Sydney University Press join forces’ (Mrva-Montoya, O’Reilly, Chandran and Pipe), 32(3).109–13
‘Early humanist indexing,’ 14(1).58
‘Early multilingual and multiscript indexes in herbals’ (Wellisch), 11(2).81–102
‘An early Wheatley Catalogue’ (Mallaber), 7(2).42–45
‘Earning on-line trust’ (Maislin), 22(1).29–30
‘eBook indexing update’ (Browne), 34(4).160–2
‘eBook navigation: browse, search and index’ (Browne and Coe), 31(1).26–33
‘eBooks, e-publishing, e-indexes, e-etc.’ (Lennie), 22(2).84–85
‘eBooks at the London Book Fair’ (Westwood), 28(3).119–20
‘Editing the index: developing a method’ (Faulkner and Light), 24(4).197–99
‘On editing The Indexer‘ (Thornton), 4(4).99–105
‘The editor and the indexer’ (Stalcup), 7(3).114–17
‘The editor speaks’ (Harrod), 7(4).143–49
Editorial, 34(1).1
Editorial (MacGlashan), 34(2).49, 34(3).89, 34(4).137
‘Educating indexers: ANZSI reviews its policies’ (Ramsden), 28(3).123–25
‘The education of indexers: current courses and opinions from the field’ (Anderson), 10(3).131–37
‘Education for indexing in North America: course content, emphasis, and approach’ (Anderson), 13(2).92–100
‘eIndexes: a talk by Pilar Wyman to the NIN’ (Mackenzie), 32(2).82–83
‘The EJIW index: were new publishing technologies a burden or a bonus?’ (Diepeveen), 30(4).170–76
‘Electronic indexing using PagePlus’ (Price), 33(3).105–107
‘Electronic publishing miscellany,’ 16(1).32, 16(1).40–41
‘Embedded indexing’ (Lamb), 24(4).206–29
‘Emblematic masterpiece: The Princeton Alciati companion‘ (Gordon), 17(1).39–40
‘Emphasis indexing’ (D’Alleyrand), 10(2).70–72
‘The Encyclopaedia Britannica index’ (Kent), 3(1).17–24
‘The Encyclopaedia of Islam and its index’ (Pearson), 13(1).33–35
‘English-language dictionaries, past and present’ (Bradley), 15(2).99–107
Enhancing a subject vocabulary for Australian education (Hider et al), 34(1).25–33
‘Enquire Within Upon Everything, 1888,’ 9(2).21–22
‘The entry word in Ethiopian names’ (Giorgis), CP3:8, 9(3).119–21
‘Environmental studies and natural history texts: indexing issues’ (Shere), 27(2).50–57
‘EPUB indexes and the future of indexing revisited’ (Johncocks), 31(4).151–52
‘EPUB3 indexes and the future of indexing’ (Browne, Wright, Combs), 31(3).110–21
‘EPUB3 versus HTML5’ (Idan), 31(2).68–69
‘eReaders: exploring how well they work’ (Bosschieter), 31(2).60–61
‘The Erskines,’ 29(2).96
‘Ethical places, ethical spaces: stopping to listen’ (Jacobs), 25(3).161–66
Ethics for the indexer (Ebbs), 34(1).16–20
‘Ethics and specifications,’ 9(4).174–77
‘Evaluating an index together: Heartland Chapter workshop, 11 May 2013’ (Ewald), 31(4).168–69
‘Evaluating indexes: observations on ANZSI experience’ (Quinn), 33(3).107–12
‘Evaluating indexing systems: a review after Cranfield’ (Regazzi), 12(1).14–21
‘The evolution of a serial index’ (Shupak), 14(2).99–102
‘Example-based text categorization (EBTC): the key to automatic indexing?’ (Hou Hanqing and Xue Chunxiang), 27(3).117–22
‘The expanding worlds of reference’ (McArthur), 22(2).86–90
‘An experiment with bilingual subject headings’ (Vesenyi), 10(2).73–74
‘Exploring fiction and poetry through indexing’ (Murphy), 23(4).216–17
‘Faceted classification (‘of’ and ‘about’) (Berinstein), 28(3).100–103
Facilitas inveniendi: the alphabetical index as a knowledge management tool’ (Zedelmaier), 25(4).235–42
‘Facts and how to find them’ (McWhirter), 12(3).125–27
‘Fantastical beasts and how to index them’ (Jonsson-Skradol), 36(1).29–30
‘The father of British indexing: Henry Benjamin Wheatley’ (Lee), 23(2).86–91
‘Father of the man’ (Vickers), 17(1).20
‘Fiction published with indexes: in chronological order of publication’ (Bell), 25(3).169–75
‘Fictional characters in non-fiction works’ (Davis), 29(2).65–69
‘Finding work in indexing’ (Wallis), 11(3).162
‘Fingerprint indexing’ (Godsell), 4(2).41–47
‘First person indicative’ (Bell), 24(2).97
‘Fishing for information’ (Fisher), 19(4).274–75
‘Floreat societas indexerorum’ (Knight), 6(4).141–46
‘A folly index as inspired by Jorge Luis Borges, presented as a cautionary example of over-indexing’ (Abrams), 26(2).68–71
‘Food for thought: the expanding universe of cookbook indexing’ (Watts), CP12:1
‘Footnotes, endnotes and the indexer’ (Russell), 32(1).18–22
‘”For blastings of lightning, etc.”‘ (Rubin), 9(2).30–31
‘For clarity’s sake: indexing military works’ (Cooke), 32(3).94–97
‘For the professional indexer a book needs that listing in the back’ (Edmunds), 11(3).160–61
‘For want of an alphabetical index: some notes toward a history of the back-of-the-book index in nineteenth century America’ (Kleinberg), 20(3).156–59
‘For want of an index’ (Crystal), 28(1).11
‘Foreign concepts: indexing and indexes on the continent’ (Robertson), 19(3).160–172
‘The founding of the American Society of Indexers’ (Greengrass), 11(1).11–13
‘A founding father: Frederick Ruffner and the Gale Research Co.’ (Bradley), 16(1).22–31
‘Frankfurt International Indexing Conference 2016’ (Fassbender, Robertson, Kingdom, Dienelt and Steurer), 35(2).86–8
‘Freelancing, 1980s’ (Bell), 13(4).242
‘French names’ (Bridge), CP1:8
‘French-language indexing: resources, rules and guidelines’ (Trahan), 29(4).146–50
‘From 5 by 3 to CEA – archival indexing at the millennium’s end’ (Ryan), 21(4).164–68
‘From the 17th century: a German instruction in indexing’ (Wellisch), 12(4).170
‘From Abantiades to Zygophyllum’ (Forey), 15(4).209–10
‘From print to web: indexing for accessibility’ (Stephen), 27(2).76–79
From shoeboxes to the World Wide Web: the enthusiast as indexer (Faulkner), 34(3).99–103
‘From a tin trunk to a niche in cyberspace: widening access to the records in Girton College Archive’ (Perry), 24(4).203–25
‘Further aspects of indexing’ (Greenwood), 7(2).55–56
‘The future of indexes and indexing’ (Collison), 12(4).171–72
‘The future of indexing’ (Collison), 2(4).138–141
‘Future of indexing in a Web 2.0 world’ (Browne/ATW), 26(2).85
‘The future of indexing’ (Landes), 34(3).122–24
‘The future for the information world’ (Wilson), 16(2).101–103
‘The future of the Society of Indexers’ (Bakewell), 18(1).1–2
‘GB/T 22466-2008 – guidelines for indexing: China’s new national indexing standard’ (Wen Guoqiang and Guo Lifang), 27(3).101–102
‘Gender and authorship in The Indexer, 1958-2007′ (Sassen), 27(4).164–68
‘Generating multiple indexes from embedded entries’ (Ream), 36(1).16–18
‘The gentle art’ (Partridge), 28(4).172
The Gentleman’s magazine: its cumulative and special indexes’ (Christie), 14(3).159
‘Geographic distribution of authors in The Indexer, 1988-2007′ (Sassen), 26(3).106–10
‘German indexing: some observations on typographical practice’ (Fassbender), 25(2).79–82
‘Getting in by the back door’ (Kermode), 10(3).141–42
‘Getting the index right: roles and responsibilities’ (Hall), 13(3).166–72
‘Getting started in computerized indexing’ (Jones), 15(1).9–13
‘Giant index’ (Hughes), 2(1).33–34
‘Glasgow Art Club archives’ (van Asperen), 25(4).290, 26(1).25–32
‘Globalization and the indexer: reflections from the UC Berkeley Extension course’ (Coates, Ebbs and McMaster), 29(1).31–33
‘The Going rogue index’ (Darby), 28(1).19–23
‘Good practice in indexing – the new edition of International Standard ISO 999’ (Booth), 20(3).114
‘Google and beyond: information retrieval on the world wide web’ (Northedge), 25(3).192–95
‘Gordon Vero Carey, 1886-1969’ (Knight), 7(1).2–4
‘The greatest and the worst indexes’ (Bell), 23(3).158–63
‘Growing with indexing and the role of citation databases: ISAP shows the way,’ 33(2).77–80
‘Hail and farewell’ (Bakewell), 20(1).3
‘Hand-helds as ereaders: exploratory thoughts on hand-held devices and indexes’ (Wyman), 30(1).17–24
‘Hanyu Pinyin’ (Piggott), 11(3).156
‘A ha’p’orth of tar’ (Sutherland), 27(3).134
‘A haunting, I promise, for those who refuse to tell who’s who and what’s what’ (Levin), 10(3).139–41
‘Have we got them right?’ (MacGlashan), 29(3).136
‘Headings, catchwords and paste pots,’ 25(4).296
‘Headings in indexes: revisiting the relationship between mains and subs’ (Browne), 28(3).104–107
‘Health trade-offs in teleworking’ (Steward), 22(3).142–46
‘Henry Benjamin Wheatley’ (Green), 4(4).115–17
‘Herding cats: indexing British Colombia’s political debates using controlled vocabulary’ (McClung), 27(2).66–69
‘The hereditary peerage’ (Jerrold), 3(3).130
‘Highlighting text in PDF files with AutoRedact’ (Jermey), 32(2).75–76
‘The highlighting/underlining Syndrome’ (Gibson), 16(4).253
‘History and development of CINDEX’ (Lennie), 24(3).135–37
‘History of GARB, indexing software for loose-leaf publications’ (Revier), 25(2).119–20
‘History indexes reviewed’ (Sassen), 31(3).105–109
‘History of indexing societies’ (Bell)
     part I: SI: The first ten years, 20(3).160–64
     part II: SI: affiliations, 20(4).212–15
     part III: 1968-97, 21(1).33–36
     part IV: 1978-82, 21(2).70–72
     part V: 1983-87, 21(3).134–35
     part VI: 1988-91, 22(1).35–38
     part VII: 1992-5, 22(2).81–83
‘A history of indexing technology’ (Cornog), 13(3).152–57
‘Hit this key to continue; hypertext’ (Robertson), 18(3).196–97
‘Holding hands with the past: indexing historical documents’ (Mertes), 31(3).95–105
‘Holy Fathers’ (Abrahams), 25(2).127
‘How can we take a socio-cognitive approach in teaching indexing and abstracting’ (Fourie), 23(2).83–85, 27(4).147
‘How to describe a reindeer,’ 25(4).256
‘How DEXembed and WordEmbed work, and why you might use them’ (Haskins), 32(3).113–120
‘How a dictionary was made: The Scottish national dictionary‘ (Walker), 10(4).206–207
‘How historians work’ (Thomas), 33(4).122–25
‘How I indexed Dickens’s letters’ (Thornton), 4(4).119–22
‘How to index online’ (Wright), 20(3).115–20
‘How the Index Society began – and ended’ (Piggott), 22(1).33–35
‘How long should an index take?’ (Coole), 8(1).29–30
‘How the publishers want it to look’ (Simpkins), 17(1).41–42
‘How to recognise a good index’ (Hamilton), 10(2).49–53
‘How we index: six ways to work’
     Booth, Pat, 20(2).90–92
     Britton, Barbara, 20(2).90
     Raper, Richard, 20(2).90–91
     Riordan, Gill, 20(4).189–90
     Simpkins, Jean, 20(2).91
     Vickers, John, 20(2).91–92
‘How we index, then and now’ (Hurwitz), 26(3).111–13
‘The human use of human indexers’ (Urdang), 11(3).125–31
‘Humour in indexing’ (Hatt), 3(2).60–63
‘The hundred surnames: a Pinyin index’ (Dai), CP1:3
‘I can’t hear you for the silence’ (Barnett), 13(2).111–13
‘”I copied all the letters in a big, round hand”: indexing W S Gilbert’ (Dixon), 16(2).92–96
‘Ideas for indexing: Encyclopaedia Britannica and Great Books of the Western World‘ (Coyne), 11(3).136–40
‘IDPF, EPUB and ebook indexes’ (Browne), 30(3).159–60
‘If a picture is worth a hundred words, then .’ (Jacobs), 21(3).119–21
‘I’ll take the low road .’ (Walker), 25(3).200–201
‘Illustrative material and how to handle it’ (McMaster), 29(3).123–26
‘Image indexing’ (Neugebauer), 28(3).98–103
‘Images: indexing for accessibility in a multilingual environment – challenges and perspectives’ (Ménard), 27(2).70–76
‘The impact of technology on indexing’ (Ross), 22(1).25–26
‘Impressions of a first Canadian conference’ (Sheldon), 24(4).180–82
‘Impressions of the Dalian Conference of the China Society of Indexers’ (Walker), 22(1).21–22
‘In defence of the professional indexer’ (letters), 23(3).164–66
‘In defense of multiple indexes: or the index as learning tool’ (Ehrensperger), 31(4).153–58
‘In memoriam: HBW’ (Mullins), 8(2).94–97
‘In the Savoy archives,’ 28(1).48, 29(1).48
‘Incunabula indexes’ (Wellisch), 19(1).3–12
‘IndDoc: an aid for the back-of-the-book indexer’ (Zaragayouna), 25(2).122–25
‘Index’ (Wheatley), 7(4).176–77
‘Index, how not to’ (Vickers), 15(3).163–66
‘Index, icon, symbol: a tale of abduction’ (Harbeck), 29(4).157–60
‘The index belligerent’ (Bell), 22(2).60
‘An index for breakfast’ (Simpkins), 16(3).195
‘Index to characters in children’s literature’ (Mortimore), 11(3).152–53
‘The index of Christian art’ (Esmeijer and Heckscher), 3(3).97–119
‘An/the/an index of confusion’ (O’Leary), 25(3).181–82
‘An index of counter-spells in Ariosto’s Orlando furioso (1516)’ (Robertson), 30(4).179–84
‘”The index to the definitive Pepys”‘(Latham), 14(2).88–90
‘The index of the Encyclopaedia Judaica‘ (Posner), 8(2).101–111
‘The index of Enigma messages’ (Wallis and Lavell), 22(1).31–33
The Index to foreign legal periodicals (Hoffman), 34(2).50–55
‘”The index of heightened sensations”: collaboration between a skilled indexer and a creative writer to produce a special-purpose index’ (Jenner and Flath), 32(1).12–15
‘The index and the indexer in “how to write a book” books'(Uchitelle), 14(2).103–104
‘Index makers’
     Bella Hass Weinberg (Bell), 19(1).51
     Charlotte Yonge, 1823-1901 (Anderson), 17(3).160
     Georgette Heyer, 1902-1974, 17(1).46
     Mary Petherbridge, 1870-1940, 16(2).115–16
     No thankless task: Barbara Pym as indexer (Holt), 15(4).236–37
     Samuel Ayscough, 1745-1804 (Anderson), 15(3).157–58
     Samuel Pepys, 1633-1703, 17(4).285
‘Index makers of today’
     Drusilla Calvert; Frances Lennie (Bell), 19(4).288–89
     Elizabeth Wallis; Mary Piggott; John Vickers (Bell), 18(4).244–46
     Geraldine Beare; David Lee (Bell), 19(2).129–130
     Michael Robertson; Michèle Clarke (Bell), 19(3).208–209
‘Index mechanization,’ 2(4).123
‘Index to a periodical volume’ (Narayana and Ramaswami), 4(3).59–66
‘Index to the Royal United Services Institution Journal‘ (Higham), 4(4).122
‘Index and sequence’ (Wan Guoding), 27(3).105
‘An index to SLA News, 1950-1967’ (White), 6(4).147–50
‘Index specifications’ (Bernier), 9(2).9–12
‘Index structures in early Hebrew Biblical word lists’ (Weinberg), 22(4).178–86
‘An index for Thalia’ (Bell), 22(3).147–48
‘Index Traps and Pitfalls’ (Bernier and Flanagan), 8(4).224–29
‘Index on trial’ (Bell), 22(2).64
‘”Index”: the word, its history, meanings and usages’ (Wellisch), 13(3).147–57
‘Indexation, memory, power and representations at the beginning of the 12th century’ (Berger), 25(2).95–99
‘IndexConvert: what does it do and why and how would you use it?’ (Haskins), 35(1).25–30
‘The indexer’ (Gobble), 32(1).16–17
‘Indexer, living with an’ (Dear), 25(4).266–67
‘An indexer appeals to authors’ (Anderson), 3(1).24
‘Indexer and computer as collaborators in the indexing of a periodical’ (Kahler), 11(4).212
‘The indexer facing the cryptic text: a folly index as inspired by Jorge Luis Borges, presented as a cautionary example of over-indexing’ (Abrams), 26(2).68–71
‘An indexer in Flytopia’ (Shuttleworth), 22(4).196
‘The indexer as helmsman,’ 21(2).59
‘The indexer and Manpower Services Commission schemes (Gowers), 14(3).194–95
‘The Indexer: past, present and future’ (MacGlashan), 26(3).99–105
‘The indexer as proof corrector’ (Anderson), 3(4).163
The Indexer since 1958′ (Bell), 13(1).35–36
The Indexer thirty years ago’ (Bell), 17(3).205, 17(4).242, 18(1).24, 18(2).117, 18(3).195, 18(4).243, 19(1).52, 19(2).110, 19(3).207, 20(1).5, 20(1).23, 20(2).112, 21(1).42–43, 21(4).186–89, 22(1).39, 22(2).97–98, 22(3).151, 22(4).195–96, 24(1).43–44, 24(2).104–25, 24(3).149, 24(4).229–30, 25(1).49–50, 25(2).132–33, 25(3).206–207, 26(2).87–88
The Indexer thirty years ago:Tetralogy completed’ (Bell), 19(4).287
The Indexer twenty five years ago’ (Edwards), 14(2).109, 14(3).203–204, 14(4).268
‘Indexer-publisher relations: a two-way street’ (Atkinson), 8(3).172–74
‘Indexers in fiction,’ 11(3).169
     The weight of the evidence, 12(3).124
     “Accident,” 13(4).257
     Cat’s cradle, 11(4).228
     County chronicle (Angela Thirkell), 14(1).14
     Deer-stalkers and data banks, 14(2).121–22
     Fantastic! (“The originist”), 17(3).198
     Index of character (Lewis Percy), 17(1).57–58
     Jeeves: a gentleman’s personal gentleman,’ 12(1).26
     A mind to murder (P D James), 13(2).114
     No fond return of love (B. Pym), 13(1).26
     novels of Barbara Pym (Bell), 13(3).197–98
     Pale Fire (V. Nabokov), 12(4).200
     Penelope Lively, 15(1).27
The Indexer‘s indexes: critique and reply’ (Siebel and Dixon), 17(4).267–68
‘Indexers and indexing: new bridges to cross’ (Thomas), 14(2).81–83
‘An indexer’s life of Johnson’ (Phipps), 30(3).114–19
‘Indexers at play’ (Anderson), 3(4).153
The Indexer‘s privacy policy,’ 36(3).124
‘Indexers and publishers: their views on indexers and indexing’ (Frame), 20(2).58–64, 20(3).131–34
‘Indexers’ reference books’ (Harling), 7(4).151–55
‘Indexers’ remuneration,’ 1(3).78–81
‘Indexers and reviewers’ (Harling), 7(3).124–26
‘Indexers rock! The ASI conference 2018’ (Wyman), 36(3).131
‘An indexer’s suggestions to (some) publishers’ (Anderson), 14(3).190
‘”Indexers will not be replaced by computers”,’ 9(2).33–34
‘Indexers and XML: an overview of the opportunities’ (Kasdorf), 24(2).75–78
‘Indexes, pleasures of; pitfalls in; [etc.]’ (Brien), 6(4).180–82
‘Indexes, in praise of’ (Archibald), 32(4).142–48
‘The indexes of 18th and early 19th-century magazines’ (Douglas), 14(3).160–63
‘Indexes for analysis and diagnosis’ (Hyman), 13(3).177–80
‘Indexes in award-winning cookbooks,’ 33(2).71–76
‘Indexes behaving (not so) badly: the cobbler’s children now have shoes, even socks!’ (Coe), 35(2).89–90
‘Indexes: a chapter from The Chicago manual of style, 14th edition: a review,’ 19(2).105–109
‘Indexes to children’s books are essential’ (King), 5(3).130–31
‘Indexes in children’s books’ (Gordon), 10(2).94
‘Indexes of children’s books in Australia: a second look’ (Miller), 12(1).29–34
‘Indexes to children’s information books’ (Matthews and Bakewell), 20(4).193–94
‘Indexes as fiction and fiction as paper-chase’ (Bell), 20(4).209–11
‘Indexes from a user’s viewpoint’ (Seal), 14(2).111–13
‘Indexes of German-language biomedical abstracting journals: progress report II’ (Thuss), 14(1).35–41
‘Indexes as hypertext,’ 33(2).50–56
‘”Indexes” and “indexing” in encyclopedias’ (Wellisch), 12(3).113–16
‘Indexes for local and family history: a user’s view’ (Chandler), 13(4).223–27
‘Indexes in my bottom drawer’ (Bell), 22(4).209
‘Indexes old and new’ (Chowdharay-Best), 9(4).168–69
‘Indexes past’
     The Biglow papers, 19(4).290–91
     The mystery of the indexer’s elephants (Raven), 14(3).191–93
     Alps and sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino, 13(4).259
     The anatomy of melancholy, 19(3).192
     Collected writings of Thomas de Quincey (Dunn), 12(4).199
     The comprehensive history of England . . ., 13(3).199
     Darwinism, and other essays, 15(4).247
     Fors Clavigera (John Ruskin), 14(2).124–25
     A glossy index (Diaries of Lady Cynthia Asquith), 18(1).47
     The Golden Bough (Bell), 22(2).105
     Index of 1900 to Boswell’s life of Johnson, 13(1).32
     Indexes past, 13(2).124
     Lady’s Magazine, 15(1).28
     London labour and the London poor, 14(1).53–55
     Marie Antoinette (Belloc, 1909), 16(4).268
     Notes and Queries, 15(3).169
     Oddly informative, 17(1).59
     Pamphlets by Thomas Carlyle, 12(3).143
     Spring (Robert Mudie), 14(4).267
‘Indexes and religion: reflections on research in the history of indexes’ (Weinberg), 21(3).111–18
‘Indexes to A South African bibliography to the year 1925‘ (Theron), 23(2).58–62
‘Indexes versus indices’ (Quinion), 27(1).37
‘Indexes to works of fiction: the views of producers and users on the need for them’ (Bradley), 16(4).239–48
‘Indexing, teaching of,, 23(1).2–27
‘Indexing 19th-century North Devon newspapers’ (Christie), 15(2).91–93
‘Indexing 29 volumes of Darwin’ (Raper), 17(3).196
‘Indexing Aboriginal media’ (Thompson), 21(2).94
‘Indexing advice in publications on paper management’ (Weinberg), 23(4).218–23
‘Indexing after the millennium’
     1: Getting the tools right (Wright), 21(1).19–20
     2: Existing skills influence future development (Lathrop), 21(1).20–21
     3: The indexer as helmsman (Wellisch), 21(2).59
     4: The next few years (Thomas), 21(2).60–61
     5: Future conditional (Weinberg), 21(2).62–63
     6: Standards and good practice (Bakewell), 21(4).160
     7: Relieving information poverty (Batchelor), 21(3).107
     8: Whatever next? (Simkins), 21(4).155
‘Indexing ancient history’ (Rodriguez), 14(3).207–208
‘Indexing the archaeology of Wales’ (Moore), 23(4).187–91
‘Indexing archives for access’ (Hicks), 24(4).200–22
‘Indexing archives’ (Storey), 5(4).159–68
‘Indexing Asian names’ (Akhtar), CP3:12, 16(3).156–58
‘Indexing The Athenaeum: aims and difficulties’ (Hancock-Beaulieu and Holland), 17(3).167–72
‘Indexing a bibliographical guide’ (Boodson), 9(3).93–100
‘Indexing of bilingual directories published by the National Council for Research and Development (NCRD), Israel’ (Vilentchuk), 3(3).121–25
‘Indexing biographies’ (Bell)
     lives do bring their problems, 16(3).168–72
     the main character, 17(1).43–44
‘Indexing a biography’ (Hughes), 1(4).111
‘Indexing books in 18th-century Russia: the publishing career of Andrei Bodganov’ (Lobachev), 35(2).50–9
‘Indexing of books in Nigeria: some observations’ (Nwodo and Otokunefor), 16(4).249–50
‘Indexing botanical and horticultural texts’ (George), 25(4).253–54
‘Indexing the British Medical Journal’ (Jones), 19(1).13–18
‘Indexing by numbers: is there scope for metrics in index evaluation’ (Johncocks), 26(4).158–62
‘Indexing the California home page’ (Shumaker), 20(3).127–28
‘Indexing in Canada: local indexing and commercial services’ (Greig and Tracy), 8(2).88–93
‘Indexing the Canadian Encyclopedia second edition’ (Gardner and Gardner), 16(2).87–92
‘Indexing as a career – development issues’ (Halliday), 21(2).64–66
‘Indexing cartoons’ (Hiley), 25(2).100–104
‘Indexing Chambers’s encyclopaedia‘ (Law), 7(1).13–16
‘Indexing for children,’ 16(4).276
‘Indexing for children’ (Dixon), 20(1).8–10
‘The indexing of children’s books’ (Miller), 8(3).140–44
‘Indexing children’s books: summary of research’ (Mathews), 20(3).120
‘Indexing children’s information books’ (Bakewell and Williams), 21(4).174–79
‘The indexing of Chinese names’ (Talbot), 2(3).99–103
‘Indexing and the classification research group’ (McIlwaine), 23(4).204–28
‘Indexing a classification scheme’ (Mills), 2(2).40–48
‘Indexing and the Common Market’ (Ramsay), 12(4).197–99
Indexing commonplace books: early modern methods (Walker), 34(1).2–11
‘Indexing commonplace books: John Locke’s method’ (Walker), 22(3).114–18
‘Indexing A comparison of the original Lao Qida and the Lao Qida yanjie’ (Howarth), 26(4).152–55
‘Indexing with a computer: past and present’ (Anderson), 22(1).23–24
‘Indexing of a computerized bibliography for London’s archaeology’ (Adams), 14(4).235–40
‘Indexing in the context of microform publishing’ (Chadwyck-Healey), 12(2).73–78
‘Indexing: a current awareness bibliography’ (Wheeler), 20(1).25–30, 20(2).81–86, 20(3).137–40, 20(3).149–52, 20(4).201–27, 21(1).25–32, 21(2).77–84
‘Indexing databases for our users, not ourselves’ (Nesset), 36(3).105–108
‘Indexing deeds and documents’ (Collison), 5(3).113–24
‘Indexing defence: an indexer’s defence’ (Munro), 24(1).21–23
‘Indexing Defoe’ (Matthews), 24(1).12–14
‘Indexing the Domesday Project’ (Lee), 15(3).145–50
Indexing in the editorial process (McMaster), 34(2).73–75
‘Indexing in and for Europe: a user’s perspective’ (Chandler), 18(2).92–94
‘Indexing fiction: a story of complexity’ (Bell), 17(4).251–56
‘Indexing from A-Z’ seminars (ISC/SCI), 28(1).31
‘Indexing the future of information’ (Browne), 24(1).32–26
‘Indexing Gladstone: from 5 x 3″ cards to computer and database’ (Matthew), 19(4).257–64
‘Indexing a government journal’ (Found), 15(3).151–53
‘Indexing gramophone records’ (Bryant), 2(3).90–94
‘Indexing the Great Soviet Encyclopedia‘ (Pocock), 9(4).180–84
‘Indexing as hard labour: “convict indexing” in the 1880s’ (Drazan), 12(1).27–28
‘Indexing as hard labour: international instances’ (Bell), 22(2).71
‘Indexing higher-education websites: creation, design, and content management’ (Richardson), 36(4).161–170
‘Indexing in hypertext environments: the role of user models’ (Forrester), 19(4).249–56
‘Indexing and index in LOGOS,’ 18(2).111
‘Indexing The Indexer‘ (Gordon), 13(4).253–54
‘Indexing and indexers from a publisher’s angle’ (Wilcock), 10(2).92–94
‘Indexing the intelligence: some inferences, some speculations’ (Brunt), 22(4).187–90
‘Indexing international biomedical literature: a progress report,’ 13(1).53
‘Indexing Irish grammars’ (McLaughlin), 19(2).93–98
‘Indexing in Israel’ (Barkai), 8(1).6–9
‘Indexing: it’s the law!’ (Weinberg), 24(2).79–82
‘Indexing the law: a controlled vocabulary’ (Scott), 24(3).123–26
‘Indexing legislative text: Alberta Hansard‘ (Grist), 23(3).138–39
‘Indexing the life of Sir Winston Churchill’ (Knight), 5(2).58–63
‘Indexing LISA‘ (Bakewell), 13(4).261–64
‘Indexing LISA‘ (Edwards), 9(4).133–46
‘Indexing a local newspaper using dBase IV’ (Kilcullen and Spohn), 20(1).16–17, 20(1).22
‘Indexing a local planning inquiry: the experience of Belvoir’ (Raisin), 13(2).107–110
‘Indexing loose-leaf publications’ (Simpkins), 14(4).259–60
‘Indexing maketh a full journal: recollections of Baconiana‘ (Maltby), 36(4).171–173
Indexing: a manual for librarians, authors and publishers.’ (Nichols), CP18:4
‘The indexing of medical books and journals’ (Gibson), 13(3).173–75
‘Indexing medical journals’ (Blake), 17(1).33–34
‘Indexing methods used by some abstracting and indexing services’ (Bakewell), 10(1).3–8
‘Indexing in the mid-seventies’ (Collison), 10(2).88–93
‘Indexing the Montgomery Ward Catalogue’ (Williams), 10(2).68–69
‘The indexing of multi-author, multi-volume and periodical publications’ (Holmstrom), 8(1).31–43
‘The indexing of museum objects’ (Will), 18(3).157–60
‘Indexing my life’ (Norton), 22(4).173–74
‘Indexing: old methods, new concepts’ (Tousignaut), 15(4).197–204
‘Indexing organizations’ (Dartnall), 32(2).67–70
‘Indexing and the “organized” researcher’ (Olson and Given), 23(3).129–33
‘Indexing over twenty-five Years’ (Dunn), 8(4).199–200
‘The indexing part of working life’ (Raper), 11(4).216
‘Indexing Pepys’ diary’ (Latham and Latham), 12(1).34–35
‘Indexing a periodical: Verbatim‘ (Urdang), 19(3).203–204
‘Indexing of periodicals,’ 7(2).70–79
‘Indexing of periodicals’ (Ferriday), 4(2).34–38
‘Indexing to please the eye,’ 13(4).258
‘Indexing political memoirs: neutrality and partiality’ (Walker), 30(3).125–30
‘Indexing as preadaptive advance: a socio-evolutionary perspective’ (Cevolini), 32(2).50–57, 32(2).75–76
‘The indexing procedures of the Foreign Language Index.,’ 9(4).154–59
‘Indexing the proceedings and publications of the Scottish Parliament’ (Spratt and Skakle), 22(2).65–81
‘Indexing as a professional activity’ (Wallis), 20(4).189–91
‘Indexing published letters’ (Matthews), 22(3).139–41
‘Indexing and publishers in Nigeria: a plea’ (Adimorah), 13(4).246–47
‘Indexing quilt patterns’ (Russell), 30(2).85–90
‘Indexing a reference grammar’ (Crystal), 15(2).67–72
‘Indexing Roman imperialism’ (Richardson), 24(3).138–40
‘Indexing science fiction’ (Miller), 6(4).163–64
‘The indexing of scientific books’ (Holmstrom), 4(4).123–31
‘Indexing services in Nigeria’ (Oyesola), 11(4).229–31
‘Indexing services in Nigeria: problems and prospects’ (Nwafor), 17(3).185–88
‘Indexing of smaller-circulation daily newspapers’ (Sandlin, Schlessinger and Schlessinger), 14(3).184–89
‘Indexing societies around the world: a brief survey,’ CP8:5
‘Indexing societies’ (Lee), 24(1).15–16
‘Indexing software in China: past, present and future’ (Wang Yanxiang), 27(3).124–27
‘Indexing in source’ (Vesenyi), 6(4).161–63
‘Indexing in South Africa’ (Burger), 23(2).57
‘Indexing in Southern Africa’ (Kennedy), 8(1).10–12
‘Indexing special collections,’ 9(2).31–32
‘Indexing at speed’ (Collison), 1(1).7–13
‘Indexing in a state parliamentary library’ (McGovern), 10(2).78–80
‘Indexing the Strand magazine‘ (Beare), 14(1).8–13
‘Indexing technical books’ (Green), 8(3).139
‘Indexing technical matter’ (Fisk), 6(2).42–47
‘Indexing techniques and standards: the developing role of the registrar of indexers’ (Wallis), 10(4).208–209
‘Indexing Tibetan names: some suggestions’ (Searight), 3(2).64–66, CP3:10, 29(2).56–63
‘Indexing The Times‘ (James), 11(4).209–11
‘Indexing traditional African musical instruments’ (Burger), 21(4).169–72
‘Indexing training in Iran’ (Mansoureh Bagheri), 25(2).105–108
‘Indexing training and workflow on large digitization projects’ (Schroeder), 21(2).67–69
‘Indexing in UK library schools: a survey’ (Terris), 15(2).89–90
‘Indexing a Victorian architectural journal: The Builder project’ (Richardson), 16(2).85–86
‘Indexing Victoria’s historic criminal records’ (Uhl), 10(1).24–26
‘Indexing Victoria’s shipping records’ (Bishop), 10(1).27–29
‘Indexing videos: timing is everything’ (Wright), 36(3).90–95
‘Indexing Walford’ (Hamilton), 13(4).260–61
‘The indexing of Welsh personal names’ (Moore), CP6:7, 17(1).12–20
‘The indexing of Welsh place-names’ (Moore), 15(1).3–8, CP6:15
‘Indexing Wesley’s journals and diaries’ (Vickers), 25(1).9–11
‘Indexing wine’ (Ramsden), 30(2).90–95
‘The indexing work of family history societies’ (Gibson), 13(2).83–85
‘Indexing the works of John Wesley’ (Vickers), 10(4).176–78
‘Indexing workshops for technical writers’ (Brown), 23(3).134–37
‘Indexing in an XML context’ (Murray), 24(2).66–67
‘Indexing Yr Eurgrawn Wesleyaidd‘ (Madden), 23(4).193–96
‘Index-Manager’ reviewed (Bosschieter), 34(3).119–21
‘Index-Manager revisited’ (Bosschieter), 36(1).15–16
‘Infofair’ (Shamah), 7(1).5–12
‘Infofair/lnfoforum: a report and some reflections’ (Shamah), 8(1).53–55
‘Information access or information anxiety – an exploratory evaluation of book index features’ (Jörgensen and Liddy), 20(2).64–68
‘Information seeking behaviour and the digital information world’ (Wilson), 25(1).28–31
‘Information systems at the Business Archives Council’ (Jackson), 14(4).257–58
‘Information Technology Year in the UK’ (Collison), 13(2).73
‘INFOTERM: international activities in the area of standardized terminology’ (Krommer-Benz), 11(4).220–26
‘An ingenious and valuable system’ (Hulme), 32(2).87
‘INNZsight: Index New Zealand in focus’ (Small and Fithian), 32(3).97–103
‘Inquisitor and index’ (Wicklen), 2(2).60–61
‘Inside the rainbow’ (Bell), 15(4).193
‘Interim indexes and their fate’ (Bell), 28(1).24–25
‘Inter-indexer consistency (IIC) in a Persian context’ (Fumani), 28(1).12–17
The international index to film periodicals: problems of co-ordinating a co-operative indexing project’ (Thorpe), 12(2).83–88
‘Introduction to book indexing’ (Law), 7(2).46–48
‘Inventing the Chinese typewriter sounds as publishing as cracking Enigma’ (Cormack), 36(1).28–9
‘Irish prefixes and the alphabetization of personal names’ (Nic Cóil), CP6:1
‘”Is Britannia a personality?”: some questions arising while indexing the Imperial War Museum’s collections’ (Smither), 17(1).7–11
‘Is the future index-linked?’ (Stuart), 24(1).27–32
‘Is the writing on the pall?’ (Adkins), 19(4).248
‘ISALLIS: from Termatrex to internet’ (Burger), 23(2).66–67
‘ISAP: how does it make periodical information accessible’ (du Preez), 23(2).74–77
‘ISAPOnline as an enhancement of a service to community libraries making use of technological development’ (Kotze), 23(2).77–79
‘ISC/SCI Conference 2013’ (McMaster), 31(3).124
‘ISC/SCI Conference 2018’ (Witt), 36(3).129–130
‘The Isis cumulative bibliography 1913-65’ (Whitrow), 13(3).158–65
‘Islamic and Middle Eastern materials’ (Hird and Andrews), 29(3).127–29
‘Islamic filing’ (Behn and Greig), 9(2).13–15
‘Islamic names’ (Searight), 5(1).37–38
‘The ISO thesaurus and the ISONET manual’ (Sutter), 11(3).157–59
‘It ain’t just what you say but the way that you say it: indexing a DVD’ (Crystal), 27(4).173–75
‘Italian names’ (Shuttleworth), CP1:15
‘IXMLEmbedder’ (Bosschieter), 35(3).112–16
‘James Thornton’s index to the Letters of Charles Dickens‘ (Wright), 7(1).16–17
‘Japanese names’ (Power), CP4:2
The Journal of Anatomy: index to the first hundred years 1866-1966′ (Blake and Bowden), 6(2).48–51
Journal of Documentation cumulative index,’ 11(3).140
The joy of managing without (MacGlashan), 34(2).90–91
‘A Joycean usability experiment’ (Towery), 26(2).66–67
‘Judging indexes: the criteria for a good index’ (Lee), 22(4).191–94
‘Keeping the beat: how controlled vocabularies affect indexing’ (Heyman), 36(4).148–156
‘Key figures’ (Sutherland), 29(1).2–23
‘Keyword vs controlled vocabulary searching: the one with the most tools wins’ (McCutcheon), 27(2).62–65
‘KGB (Ken) Bakewell 1931-2011, 29(2).76–77
‘Khoe-San names (African click languages)’ (Willet), CP3:1
‘The Kindle[TM] and the indexer’ (Bosschieter), 28(3).116–18
The kingdom of the watergoat’ (reprinted from The Guardian) (Cornes), 16(1).44–46
‘Kiss and tell and index’ (Bell), 21(4).180–81
‘Know your characters’ (Peacock), 24(3).141
‘Known orders: unusual locators in indexes’ (Weinberg), 25(4).243–53
‘Lack of indexes in reports of conferences’ (Hanson and Janes), 2(2).56–59
‘Land of subtle connections’ (Orson Scott Card, novel extract), 21(2).61
‘Languages of Asia, with special reference to the Islamic World’ (Pearson), 11(2).63–67
‘Late bloomer: an indexer gets a start’ (Purton), 24(4).179–80
‘Lateral thinking and indexing’ (de Bono), 11(2).61–63
Law via the internet 2015 conference (Browne), 34(1).12–16
‘Layered indexing of images’ (Schroeder), 21(1).11–14
‘Leacock on indexing’ (Greig), 8(4).201–203
‘Learning architecture: issues in indexing. Australian education in a Web 2.0 world’ (Mitchell), 26(4).163–68
‘Legal indexing’ (Hewitt), 3(4).136–45, 32(1).23–28
‘Legal vocabulary and the indexer’ (Moys), 18(2).75–78
‘The length of book indexes’ (Anderson), 5(1).3–4
‘”Let no damned Tory” – bias and the indexer, 33(2). 82–84
‘Let’s get usable! Usability studies for indexes’ (Olason), 22(2).92–95
‘Let’s have an improvement in British book indexes’ (Bryon), 5(1).43–45
‘Levin writes again,’ 18(1).41–42
‘Lewis Carroll as indexer’ (Wellisch), 18(2).110
‘Libraries, librarians, indexes and indexing: should we care?’ (Weihs), 26(2).79–82
‘Libraries’ heritage’ (Sturt), 4(3).83–84
‘Library & information science vs business: a comparison of approaches to abstracting’ (Spiteri), 20(4).197–200
‘Lies, damned lies, and scholarship’ (Porter), 15(1).19–20
‘Lies and venom: some thoughts on reviews and reviewers’ (MacGlashan), 26(4).172–74
‘Lifelong indexing: freelancing and CPD’ (Booth), 21(1).2–25
‘Limitations of indexing modules in word-processing software’ (Wittmann), 17(4).235–38
‘Linguistics and indexing’ (Crystal), 14(1).3–7
‘Linked data and music: current opportunities’ (Kelly), 33(1).2–7
‘Linux and the indexer – a note’ (Jermey), 27(3).135
‘LISA: anatomy of an abstracting service’ (Tomlinson), 15(2).83–86
‘LISA indexing: economic aspects of controlled indexing’ (Moore), 16(1).11–16
‘The little extras: a customer service approach to indexing’ (Weaver), 25(1).9–16
‘Local newspaper indexing projects and products’ (Beare), 16(4).227–33
‘Local newspaper indexing projects’ (Beare), 16(1).46–47
‘Local newspaper indexing: seminar report’ (Beare), 15(4).194–95
‘Locating files on computer disks’ (Jermey), 22(3).130–32
The London encyclopaedia: a user’s experience’ (Batchelor), 14(2).129–30
‘The London Gazette index’ (Holmes), 4(1).13–16
‘The London library (Phipps), 25(3).190–91
‘A long fiction index’ (Bradley), 8(3).153–59
A look at classification and indexing practices for elementary school children: who are we really serving? (Nesset), 34(2).71–73
‘Looking back, looking forward’ (Wellisch), 21(1).2–25
‘M[a-]ori names in indexes’ (Briggs), 30(2).76–79
‘A Machiavellian index’ (Wellisch), 18(2).86
‘MACREX – a history’ (Beare), 24(1).18–20
‘Making the consolidated index of The Oxford history of England‘ (Raper), 18(1).31–32
‘The making of a dictionary: James A H Murray’ (Bell), 20(2).78–80
‘The making of an index’ (Collins, Robertson, ed.), 18(4).237–43
‘Making an index to a specified length’ (Anderson), 7(3).121–22
Making an indexer (Curry), 34(3).112–13
‘The Mandela Portal: how do visitors get there?’ (Katuu and Hatang), 28(2).69–73
‘The Manpower Services Commission: professional response,’ 14(3).193
‘Marketing moves into the spotlight – ASI takes the initiative’ (Rogers), 28(4).169–71
‘Marot, Hofstadter, index’ (Shuttleworth), 21(1).22–23
‘Material culture and the rise of quilt indexing’ (Davis), 30(2).80–84
‘The Matrix: creating an active index in all kinds of formats, from all kinds of tools’ (Wright, Browne, Combs, Ream and Wyman), 31(4).137–42
‘Maureen MacGlashan and ICRIS’ (Halliday and Pincoe), 36(4).178–179
‘Measuring worth: worth your pay and paid your worth’ (Coates), 30(4).191–98
‘Mechanized indexing of information on chemical compounds in plants’ (Claridge), 2(1).4–18
‘Medical abbreviations and acronyms’ (Blake and Gibson), 14(3).205–206
‘Medical indexes reviewed’ (Wyman), 21(3).124–26
‘Medical indexing in the United States’ (Ste Marie), 27(2).59–61
‘A meditative index: Mr Palomar‘ (Elliston), 19(4).264–65
‘The medium is not the message: topic maps and the separation of presentation and content in indexes’ (Northedge), 26(2).60–64
‘MEDLARS center’ (Willey), 6(2).79
‘Melbourne indexers rate the indexes to CMoS‘ (Russell), 36(2).70
‘MeloDex: indexing hymn tunes’ (Coates), 21(1).37
‘Memorandum on the method of alphabetization laid down by the draft British Standard for Indexes’ (Fisk), 3(3).93–95
‘Mentoring in Australia and New Zealand: an update’ (McMaster), 27(1).26–28
‘Mentoring scheme in Australia’ (McMaster), 24(4).189–91
‘Metadata and content management systems: an introduction for indexers’ (Leise), 24(2).71–74
‘Metatopic and structure’ (Towery), 35(2).72–4
‘A Mickey Mouse index: indexing and cataloguing the Walt Disney Archives’ (Smith), 15(3).154–56
‘Microcomputer-aided production of indexes’ (Hines and Winkel), 11(4).198–201
‘Microcomputer-based indexing and abstracting’ (Tomaselli), 14(1).30–34
‘Microcomputers for home indexing: a report and guide’ (Purton), 13(1).27–31
‘The microeconomics of indexing’ (Jackson), 30(4).198–201
‘Microform technology: new techniques of information storage and retrieval’ (Beuttler), 8(1).70–71
‘Micropublishing,’ 7(4).178–79
‘Military indexing: men and machines’ (Forder), CP7:1
‘Misbehaving computers’ (Jermey), 25(3).195–96
‘A missed opportunity, or getting the best out of the e-environment ,’ 33(4).144
‘Na and the missing library books’ (Flynn), 25(3).182
‘Moans of an indexer’ (Knight), 6(4).176–77
‘The modern index to Hakluyt’s Principall Navigations‘ (Quinn), 5(3).106–12
‘Money & Co’ (Britton), 25(4).233–34
‘More food for thought: grains and granularity in cookbook indexing’ (Watts), 36(4).138–148
‘More on indexes in encyclopedias’ (Wellisch), 13(1).3–5
‘The moving finger, or the future of indexing’ (Gee), 7(3).101–13
‘Multiple entry points: variants and cross-references in indexes and thesauri’ (Hedden), 34(4).155–60
‘Multi-volume indexing of an economics series’ (Hall), 18(3).153–55
‘Music indexing and retrieval: current problems’ (Kelly), 28(4).163–66
‘Music: special characteristics for indexing and cataloguing’ (Myers), 19(4).269–74
‘Musical bumps: indexing musical terms’ (Perry), 16(4).251–53
‘My life and hard lines: a tale of unspeakable horrors’ (Barnett), 13(3).185–88
‘The myth of the reusable index’ (Johncocks), 24(4).213–17
‘A 19th century indexer’ (Bailey), 3(1).4–5
’19th-century Perth newspapers indexed and abstracted’ (Howat), 18(1).16–18
‘Na and the missing library books’ (Flynn), 25(3).182
‘Name of an author!’ (Piternick), 18(2).95–100
‘Name authority control in large projects’ (Dunn), CP14:1
‘Names and the indexer’ (Dunn), CP14:8
‘Names and titles in the Orthodox Church’ (Ullstrom), CP17:7
‘Naming the indexer’ (Knight and Tatham), 7(4).172–74
‘Naming the indexer: where credit is due’ (Wallis and Lavell), 19(4).266–68
‘The National Federation of Abstracting and Indexing Services’ (Bearman), 9(3).123–24
‘The National Index to Chinese Newspapers and Periodicals (NICNP)‘ (Han), 31(2).50–53
‘National Indexing Day, in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa’ (Ellis), 36(3).125–128
‘The National Philatelic Society indexing project’ (Crane), 18(1).33–34
‘Natural-language processing and automatic indexing: a reply’ (Jones), 17(2).114–15
‘Natural-language processing and automatic indexing’ (Korycinski and Newell), 17(1).21–29
‘Navigating The English Friend‘ (Curran), 30(3).119–24
‘Negotiating your way to success’ (Mattock), 27(1).17–19
”Never resting on any laurels’: Maureen MacGlashan in conversation with Christine Jacobs,’ 36(4).175–178
‘New aids to cumulative periodical indexing’ (Fraser), 13(4).228–31
‘New editions’ (Anderson), 3(3).96
‘A new newspaper index’ (The Independent), 18(2).107
‘New and revised indexing standards’ (Shuter), 26(3).96
‘A new standard for controlled vocabularies’ (Fayen), 24(2).62–65
‘New technology and public perceptions’ (Johncocks), 30(1).6–10
‘The New Yorker: thirty years an indexer’ (Norris), 36(1).2–4
‘The New Zealand Woman’s Weekly, 1933-50: an indexing challenge’ (Daymond-King), 26(4).170–71
Newcomers: readers’ comments,’ 31(2).62–65
‘News of British standards’ (Piggott), 17(1).30–32
‘Newspaper archives: indexing Cumhuriyet‘ (Alakus), 29(4).171–79
‘Newspaper indexing: an international overview’ (Ahmad), 17(4).257–66
‘Newspaper indexing in Nigerian libraries’ (Okorafor), 17(1).35–38
‘NEWSPLAN conference’ (Beare), 24(1).24–26
‘NFAIS silver anniversary’ (Keenan), 13(4).251–52
‘Nietzsche as indexer’ (Imholtz), 11(4).204
‘The Nigerian experience: indexes, indexers and indexing’ (Oyinloye), 22(2).78–80
‘No one need ever know: the usefulness of editing checklists.’ (Johncocks), 35(4).144–55
‘No room at the top’ (Carey), 2(4).120–23
‘Nobody knows anything, especially publishers,’ 28(3).119
‘The Norman Knight memorial lectures,’ 15(4).217–18
‘The Northern Ireland Political Collection at the Linen Hall Library’ (Gray), 22(4).175–77
‘A notation useful for genealogies’ (Phillips), 3(1).25–30
‘The note closet (from London, 1640s to Hamburg, Germany, 1689),’ 31(2).75
‘A note on some differences in indexing’ (Lantz), 6(2).66–67
‘Notes on the indexing of biblical and related materials’ (Andrews and Davies), CP5:1
‘Notes on music indexing’ (Davies), 2(4).124–26
‘Nothing to gloss over’ (Ream), 35(3).112–16
‘Not-quite-indexers in fiction’
     I, 14(4).277–78
     II, 15(3).168–69
     III, 16(4).254
‘Novice notes for prospective indexers’ (Osgood/Back Words Indexing), 27(1).12–13
Nulli secundus: a volunteer effort’ (Binkowski), 25(2).125–27
‘Numbers in indexing’ (McMaster), CP11:6
‘Obituary: Elizabeth Wallis’ (Booth and Britton), 36(2).79–80
‘Observations on the indexing of history: the example of the Journal of American History‘ (Gilmore), 16(3).159–162
‘Occupation and authorship in The Indexer, 2000-2009′ (Sassen), 29(2).73–76
‘Of libraries great and small’ (Piggott), 16(2).122
‘Of music and indexing’ (Young), 16(3).177–80
‘”Official” guidance on book indexes’ (Harrod), 10(3).124–30
‘Oh, dear, what can the matter be this time?’ (Vickers), 18(3).155–56
‘The oldest printed indexes’ (Wellisch), 15(2).73–82
‘Oliver Wendell Holmes’ classified index to specific medical periodicals,’ 31(2).76
‘On aboutness’ (Mertes), 35(2).77–8
‘On citing Acts of Parliament and related law’ (Haig-Brown), 11(4).205–208
‘On editing and indexing a series of letters’ (Bruner), 14(1).42–46
‘On indexing the Argus‘ (Hirst), 31(4).158–62
‘On indexing The heritage of North Cyprus: a personal approach’ (Hanworth), 19(3).205–207
‘On indexing John Wesley’ (Vickers), 11(4).189–97
‘Once upon a time: four long-standing members of the Society of Indexers tell how it was in days gone by’ (Wallis, Blake, Lee, Britton), 25(4).229–34
‘One chairman’s lot: 1983-5’ (Lee), 25(4).231–32
‘One index, or more than one?’ (Knight), 3(2).70–71
‘One index or two? Some observations on integrated indexes to classical Greek texts’ (Bowman), 18(4).225–30
‘One index, two formats: print versus web indexes for political debates in British Columbia’ (McClung), 28(3).110–15
‘Onery-Andery’ (Hatt), 1(3).76–77
‘On-screen index’ (Bush), 12(3).142–43
‘Open source indexing’ (Culleton), 24(2).58–60
‘Open-system versus closed-system indexing: a vital distinction’ (Klement), 23(1).23–31
‘An Ordinary of Arms, Vol II, 1902-1973’ (Wilson), 12(4).195–97
‘The origins of the order of the letters’ (Diringer), 6(2).54–58
‘The other Wheatley’ (Lee), 24(1).2–5
‘An ounce of prevention: intentional communication with authors,’ 33(2).68–71
‘OUP reference books: some recent additions’ (Bradley), 17(3).210–11
‘Our national archives: The Public Record Office’ (Bell), 11(3).163
‘An overview of the abstracting and indexing services in China’ (Zeng), 17(2).99–107
The Oxford thesaurus: British and American editions’ (Bradley), 18(3).192–94
‘Pages in peril: what we may lose as ebooks go mainstream’ (Duntemann), 26(4).148–51
‘Pan-granularism and specificity’ (Leise), 34(4).147–55
‘Para-index and anti-index’ (Batchelor), 16(3).194
‘The Parliament of Canada: indexing the work of the Senate committees’ (Bilodeau), 26(3).114–17
‘Past, present and future’ (Beare), 25(4).257–64
‘Patent classification and information retrieval services’ (Bayer), 12(3).117–24
‘Patterns and hidden meanings: the dawn of automated indexing’ (Hirschmann), 29(1).19–22
‘Payment overdue,’ 12(2).62–63
‘PDFs in the indexing process’ (Greulich), 36(2).61–68
‘A Pembrokeshire “marriage”‘ (Noble), 23(4).192
‘People and place: new initiatives in database indexing for Indigenous collections in Australia’ (Wood and Cannon), 33(3).101–104
‘The perfect index’ (Thornton), 8(4).206–209
‘Perilous power in authorial hands’ (Bell), 21(3).122–23
‘The peripheral and central indexes at Bletchley Park during the second world war’ (Nelson), 36(3).95–101
‘The Persian Agrovoc in an indexing context’ (Falahati Qadimi Fumani), 29(1).23–29
‘Personal names as phrases’ (Bridge), CP8:1
‘Personal names in indexes’ (Curran), 36(3).108–115
‘The personality of the indexer’ (Bell), 32(4).149–55
‘Peter Hitchens: the index’ (Private Eye), 27(3).141
‘Pictures into words’ (Stewart), 33(1).8–25
Planning (and preserving) your indexing legacy (Lennie), 34(2).87–89
‘The Poehlman case: understanding and indexing ethical problems in scientific journals’ (Brown), 29(4).179–84
‘Poetry in indexes’ (Sher), 19(2).102–104
‘Poetry and the indexing thereof: the role of the Scottish Poetry Library (SPL)’ (Johnstone), 28(1).2–5
‘Polemical index’ (Cook), 6(1).32
‘Political memoirs: an international comparison of indexing styles’ (Walker), 30(2).66–75
‘Politics and the art of indexing: teamwork in a legislative environment,’ 33(2).65–67
‘Portrait of the indexer?’ (Curran), 31(2).71–73
‘Portrait of an indexer: the first year’ (Millis), 28(4).151–53
‘Post Office filing: the great directory row’ (Gorman and Knight), 7(3).118–20
‘Practical preparation of internal indexes’ (Maloney), 5(2).81–90
‘The practicalities of document conversion’ (Galbraith), 18(2).118–19
‘”The precious work”: from the correspondence between Oula Jones and Bernard Levin, 1981-1999,’ 24(3).133–34
‘The PRECIS indexing system’ (Bakewell), 9(4).160–66
‘The preparation of a computer-generated concordance’ (Farringdon), 12(4).185–88
‘The preparation of indexes’ (J. C. T.), 4(1).21
‘Preparing the indexing quote’ (McMaster), 27(1).17–19, 30(2).100–102
‘Preserving the news that’s fit to print’ (Rothman), 5(1).39–42
‘Prestel indexing from the user’s point of view’ (Yeates), 16(1).7–10
The price of freelancing is eternal vigilance‘ (Dunn), 11(4).213–14
‘Printed indexes to early British periodicals’ (Johnson), 16(3).147–55
‘Printed versus online indexes’ (Rowley), 13(3).188–89
‘Printer and indexer’ (Williamson), 12(2).65–72
‘The problem of copyright’ (Knight), 7(1).17–18
‘Problems, some usual (marking Book Indexing Postal Tutorials)’ (Hall), 20(4).182–84
‘Problems of archaeological indexing’ (Lavell), 12(4).175–84
‘Producing a local newspaper index’ (Knee), 13(2).100–103
‘Producing a revised index’ (Simpkins), 14(3).209
‘Professional ethics and The Indexer‘ (Buckland and Veaner) letters, 26(3).136–37
‘Professional liability of indexers’ (Browne), 20(2).70–73
‘Professionalism and the indexer’ (Halliday), 25(3).167–68
‘The programme index and script library of the BBC’ (Clark), 11(3).149–51
‘Progress in indexing: fact or fiction?’ (Thornton), 11(1).7–9
‘Pros and cons for the indexer’ (Mauer), 22(1).27–28
‘Protecting culture and civilization: indexing world heritage’ (Alakus), 35(2).80–5
‘Psychology and neuroscience of indexing: what goes on in the mind of the indexer?’ (Abbott and Calvert), 25(3).154–60
‘The Public Record Office and its means of reference’ (Roper), 12(3).146–47
‘The publisher as centaur’ (Turnbull), 11(2).73–80
‘A publisher uses freelance indexers (Galloway), 11(3).154–55
‘Publishers on indexing’ (Edwards), 14(4).261–62
‘A publisher’s job is to provide a good API for your books: you can start with your index’ (McGuire), 31(1).36–38
‘Publishers’ problems: a discussion report’ (Batchelor), 13(1).41–42
‘A publisher’s view of indexers and indexing’ (Andrews), 16(3).189–91
‘The publisher’s view of indexing’ (Turnbull), 10(4).203–206
‘Publishing, XML and indexers’ (Gibson), 30(1).44–46
‘Publishing in the 1990s in the UK’ (Wallis), 17(2).96–98
‘Publishing: the last (and next?) five years’ (Horne), 35(1).2–9
‘Publishing a newspaper index on the world wide web using Microsoft Access 97’ (Kilcullen), 20(4).195–96
‘Publishing and prostitution’ (Bell), 22(3).133–34
Punch on indexing,’ 5(3).140–41
‘The purpose of indexing’ (Wicklen and McColvin), 1(2).31–35
‘The pursuit of knowledge: Tom’s midnight garden,’ 12(1).33–34
‘Putting the horse before the cart: rapid access to data banks by the ‘SIGNPOSTS’ method’ (Adams), 18(1).3–8
‘Quality control of indexes in South Africa’ (de Wet), 34(4).172–4
‘Quote index unquote’ (Crystal), 22(1).14–20
‘Ransomware and other malware’ (Rhoades), 34(3).126–28
‘Reading to learn and using the index’ (Marland), 11(2).68–69
‘Ready, aim, fire: indexing military history’ (Millis), 36(2).55–58
‘Reference book indexes reviewed’ (Sassen), 28(1).26–29
‘Reference books for American indexers’ (Hines), 8(1).56–60
‘Reference books for indexers’ (Bakewell), 15(3).131–40
‘Reference books for indexers: some comments’ (Bakewell), 15(4).195–96
‘Reflections on education of professional indexers’ (Simkin and Schauder), 18(1).19–22
‘Reflections on the Wilson judging for 2012’ (Towery), CP10:7
‘The Registry of Deeds Index Project Ireland’ (Reddan), 32(2).64–67
‘Relational indexing’ (Farradane), 2(4).127–33
‘Relations between authors and indexers’ (Anderson), 10(3).137–38
‘Reminiscences of a reviews editor’ (Bradley), 24(1).38–39
‘Repagination: an exercise in creative thinking’ (Beare), 17(2).124–26
‘Repagination reconsidered’ (Bell), 18(1).10
‘The representation of symbols in an index’ (Wellisch), 17(4).239–41
‘Republic of China (1911-49): retrieving the past’ (Wu Peijuan), 27(3).111–16
‘Research in indexing: more needed?’ (Bakewell), 18(3).147–51
‘Researchers’ attitudes to newspaper indexing in Nigeria’ (Aina), 16(2).97–98
‘Resources for handling corporate names in indexes’ (Dunn), CP15:11
‘Resources for handling event names in indexes’ (Dunn), CP16:5
‘Resources for handling geographic names in indexes’ (Dunn), CP16:16
‘Resources for handling personal names in indexes’ (Dunn), CP15:.6
‘Resources for handling titles in indexes’ (Dunn), CP15:1
‘Retrieving a world of fiction: building an index – and an archive – of serialized novels in Australian newspapers, 1850-1914 ,’ 33(2).57–65
‘The retrospective indexing of two colonial newspapers’ (Coates), 13(3).183–84
‘Reverse alphabetical indexing’ (Wexler), 18(1).9
‘Reverse indexing’ (Crystal), 26(1).14–17
‘Reviewing generated indexes.’ (Ream), 35(4).155–9
‘The revised New Zealand mentoring scheme’ (Flath), 30(2).96–97
‘Rider Haggard’s A farmer’s year and its index’ (Batchelor), 13(3).176
‘Robber barons of the information age: the political economy of academic publishing’ (Merrett), 23(4).210–15
‘The role of the index in Il Libro del Cortegiano‘ (Norton), 25(2).108–12
‘The role of the information book in the school’ (Marland), 11(1).45–46
‘The role of thesauri in mechanized systems’ (Gilchrist), 9(4).146–54
‘Roman types’ (The Times), 24(4).238
‘Room for improvement in Australia’ (Green), 8(1).2–5
‘Ruminations of an indexer’ (Heckscher), 19(1).21–22
‘Saints and indexers’ (Rubinstein), 12(4).213–14
‘Same publication + many indexers = ???’ (McMaster), 30(2).98–100
‘Saving time with regular expressions’ (Bealle), 29(2).70–72
‘Scholarly publications in Latin America: where oh index, art thou?’ (Gutierrez), 31(1).12–17
‘Scholarly search for the truth, and problems associated with indexing/abstracting’ (Mallory and Moran), 19(2).99–101
‘Scientific book reviews: how much do indexes matter?’ (Dartnall), 25(3).186
‘A scientific examination of codification’ (Gurney), 4(3).67–80
‘Scientific and technical indexing’ (Coates), 5(1).27–34
‘Scientific texts and the indexer’ (Greulich), 29(3).114–22
‘Scottish tartans: an indexing challenge’ (Lumsden), 22(2).69–71
‘SCRAN: from documentation to access’ (Royan), 22(2).58–60
‘Scraping the bottom of the trench,’ 19(1).33–34
‘A scriptural index to hymns and psalms’ (Beckerlegge), 18(1).27–30
‘Searching the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography’ (Mann), 25(1).16–18
‘The secret lives of indexers’ (Pascoe), 31(3).90–95
‘Section and paragraph number indexing’ (Browne), 30(4).177–79
‘Selected linguistic problems in indexing within the Canadian context’ (Rasmussen), 18(2).87–91
‘Self-indexing’ (Hutchinson), 18(2).105–106
‘The semantic web: an introduction for information professionals’ (Moore), 30(1).38–43
‘Serials indexing: from journals to databases’ (Barlow), 27(1).2–6
‘A Shavian index,’ 15(1).26–27
‘The Shen Bao Index: its academic significance and effect on the development of Chinese indexing’ (Xu), 33(4).126–30
‘Shirley Kessel 1926-2002’ (Gunn), 23(2).93
‘A short history of matters international’ (Halliday), 30(3).148–50
‘Should fiction be indexed? The indexability of text’ (Bell), 18(2).83–86
‘Should publishers invest in software for in-house indexers? A case study’ (Cheung), 36(1).18–19
‘SI Conference 2013’ (Westwood), 31(3).125
‘SI Conference 2016’ (King), 34(4).167–8
‘Sikh names: theory, conventions and practices’ (Sahai), CP17:1
‘The “sin of classification” and an example thereof’ (Berson), 25(3).187–89
‘Sir Joseph Banks’ Natural history catalogue,’ 16(2).106
‘Sisterly indexing (Women of ideas),’ 15(3).167
‘Size does matter: fitting the index to the pages’ (Ebbs), 36(1).19–22
‘Skims, ancient and modern’ (Carey), 6(3).92–96
‘So many words: indexing oral history’ (Newberry and de Boer), 34(4).144–7
‘The Society of Indexers as a servant of the world of letters’ (Carey), 5(2).78–80
‘Society memberships: to join or not to join’ (Ste Marie), 28(2).76–78
‘Software developments in Germany’ (Fassbender), 32(1).41
‘Software for HTML indexing: a comparative review’ (Hedden), 25(1).31–37
‘Software solutions’ (Coates), 27(4).168–72
‘Software tools for indexing: revisited’ (Mulvany), 21(4).160–63
‘Software tools for indexing: what we need’ (Mulvany), 17(2).108–13
‘Some 19th century book indexes’ (Kendall), 9(2).66–67
‘Some 19th century indexes’ (Findlay), 9(4).166–67
‘Some early guidance on arrangement and cross-referencing in an index.’ (Wheatley), CP18:15
‘Some ideas on indexing’ (Holmstrom), 1(4).96–103
‘Some indexing decisions in the Cambridge encyclopedia family’ (Crystal), 19(3).177–183
‘Some notes on the indexing of a library science periodical: the index to Libri vols. 1 -25’ (Kajberg), 10(4).191–94
‘Some personalities’ (Anderson), 7(1).19–24
‘Some procedures in indexing’ (Holmstrom), 2(1).20–30
‘Some reflections on historical carto-bibliography in South Africa: lessons learnt by a map librarian’ (Garson), 23(2).63–65
‘Some requirements of good indexes’ (Bancroft), 4(1).17–20
‘Some snags in indexing’ (Knight), 1(4).104–109
‘Some thoughts on the early days of indexing’ (Blake), 25(4).230–31
‘Some useful international law websites,’ CP5:6
‘Something to indicate’ (Bell), 23(2).102–4
‘South Australia Red Cross Information Bureau records’ (Wilkinson and Piper), 31(3).126
‘Spanish personal names’ (Cronshaw), CP3:5
‘Spanish surnames’ (Hall), 5(3).112–13
‘Spanish-language materials: a new string to my bow’ (Perlman), 23(2).92–93, 25(2).92–93
‘Specialized vocabularies,’ 11(4).204, 13(1).52, 13(2).103
‘Specialized vocabularies’ (Piggott), 12(1).21, 12(2).63–64
‘Specifications for printed indexes,’ 9(3).121–22
‘Standardizing standards’ (Booth), 18(4).236
‘Standards for information handling’ (Piggott), 13(4).247–48
‘Standards update: ANSI Committee Z39’ (Blum), 9(3).113–15
‘Stansted inquiry: indexing documents using a microcomputer’ (Woodrow), 13(2).104–106
‘Starting out’ (Halliday), 24(4).174–75
‘The state of the indexing art in British engineering books: a general impression’ (Harling), 8(1).13–16
‘Stop words in the filing of subheadings’ (McMaster), 34(2).75–78
‘The strange affair of the resurrection of Waugh’ (Bell), 16(3).191
‘Strange indexes indeed: the wit of Francis Wheen as author-indexer’ (Bain), 36(2).42–48
‘Strange purposes of indexes’ (Bell), 23(3).167–68
‘Structure in database indexing’ (Anderson), 12(1).3–13
‘Structured data for online content: how indexers can help search engines’ (Bell), 36(3).101–105
‘Structured data, standards, and indexes’ (Goodenough), 31(4).133–37
‘Style manual for authors, editors and printers of Australian government publications’ (Harrod), 11(4).232–34
‘Subheadings and their arrangement’ (Roberts), 5(4).190–91
‘Subheadings in award-winning book indexes: a quantitative evaluation’ (Wittmann), 17(1).3–6
‘The Subject Access Project: a comparison with PRECIS’ (Bett), 11(3).145–48
‘Subject analysis and indexing: from automated indexing to domain analysis’ (Albrechtsen), 18(4).219–24
‘Subject bibliographies in information work’ (Boodson), 10(1).15–23
‘Subject indexes: production and use in the I T age’ (Bakewell), 13(4).249–51
‘Subject indexing of poetry – could we? Should we?’ (Bell), 29(2).56–63
‘Subject indexing systems in the compulsory library school curricula of North America’ (Thomas), 11(1).43–45
‘Subject knowledge – how it helps take care of the business’ (Coates), 28(4).173–75
‘Submitting work on disks: authors’ stipulations’ (Dorner), 18(1).35–36
‘Successful subheadings’ (Leise), CP11:1
‘A survey of Australian indexing: some observations’ (Garrow), 12(1).22–25
‘A survey of indexes in school library books’ (King), 8(4).210–13
‘Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation: an introduction to its indexing methodology’ (Crystal and the Shoah Visual History Foundation), 21(2).85–89
‘Swift on indexing’ (Vickers), 17(1).32
‘Sword swallower meets The Indexer,’ 26(2).64–65
‘Sympathy for the index-writer’ (Crystal and Punch), 32(4).168
‘Symposium: how I became an indexer II’ (Raymer, Hine, Cooter), 16(3).202–203
‘Symposium: how I became an indexer’ (Vickers et al), 16(2).117–22
‘Symposium: how indexers operate’ (Bakewell, Vickers and Beare), 17(4).280–83
‘Symposium: the inadequacies of book indexes’ (Bakewell et al), 9(2).1–9
‘Symposium: indexers at work’ (Dunn et al), 11(4).213–19
‘Symposium on selective indexing’ (Anderson et al), 9(2).59–65
‘Syntactic and semantic relationships-or; a review of PRECIS’ (Broxis), 10(2).54–59
‘Tagging versus indexing’ (Hedden), 32(2).81–82
‘The tale of an indexer and the law’ (Fowler-Bassett), 12(2).61–62
‘Taxonomies, folksonomies, ontologies: what they are and how do they support information retrieval?’ (du Preez), 33(1).29–37
‘Teaching book indexing: cognitive skills and term selection’ (Coates), 23(1).15–17
‘Teaching book indexing: a curriculum’ (Mulvany), 23(1).11–14
‘Teaching book and periodical indexing at Liverpool’ (Bakewell), 12(4).189–94
‘Teaching the young to use indexes’ (Gordon), 13(3).181–82
‘Teamwork indexing of The Scotsman‘ (Bennett), 14(1).27–29
‘Tears, drama and meeting minutes: an indexing experience’ (Faulkner), 32(2).71–75
‘Technical forum’ (Dixon), 14(3).180, 14(4).275–76, 15(1).45, 15(2).108
‘Technical indexing at BTI‘ (Singleton), 9(2).37–49
‘Technical indexing’ (Helyar), 2(4).134–37
‘Technical note: macros for genealogical indexing in Microsoft Word’ (Jermey), 32(2).76–77
Technical tips (Jermey, Baskett and Wyatt), 34(3).116–19
‘Technological hominid’ (Bell), 18(2).120–21
‘Telling it like it is: reporting conferences and seminars’ (Bell), 25(1).43–44
‘Term selection’ (Mertes), 36(2).48–55
‘Term selection: the key to successful indexing’ (Zhang Qiyu), 27(3).98–102
‘Testing usability: “experience an index usability test” at the ASI Conference (Portland, 2009)’ (Landes), 27(4).152–63
‘Text + (index + text),’ 18(2).82
‘Text editing across cultures in a multilingual society: South African English as a case study’ (Linnegar), 32(2).57–63
‘TExtract: a regular user’s view’ (Bennett), 27(2).84–87
‘”Thankless task” accomplished for Pym’ (Bell), 14(3).189
‘Theatre programmes, the indexing of’ (Bryans), 26(3).118–20
‘There’s more to an index.’ (Bell), 20(1).14
‘Thirty-nine to one: indexing the novels of Angela Thirkell’ (Bell), 21(1).6–10
‘”This incredible stream of garbage” : the Library Journals, 1876-1975’ (Jones), 10(1).9–14
‘Three comments’ (Anderson), 5(4).192–94
‘Three encyclopaedia indexes’ (Ansley), 5(1).16–22
‘TIIARA for an IDOL: an adventure in indexing’ (Ménard), 31(1).2–11
‘Time for a rethink’ (Kingdom), 29(3).137
‘”The Times” index’ (Kyte), 5(3).125–28
‘Tips for newcomers: Wellington 2013’ (Douglas), CP10:4
‘Titanic online meeting’ (Jones), 14(3).164
‘Tools of change’ (Wyman), 31(2).70
‘Topic maps and the essence of indexing’ (Biezunski), 36(4).157–161
‘Topographical indexing’ (Byron), 15(4).211–14
‘Towards a new international standard on indexing’ (Bakewell), 17(2).127–28
‘Towards the random index’ (Pirie), 13(4).235
‘Training for indexing’ (Harrod), 8(1).50–53
‘Training in indexing: some recent developments’ (Gordon), 12(4).205–206
‘Training for indexing:a teacher’s view’ (Gordon), 15(4).230
‘Translating, the art of’ (Sykes), 13(2).90–91
‘Translating and indexing: some thoughts on their relationship’ (Booth), 25(2).89–92
‘Translating Zembla: or, how to finish Pale Fire‘ (Rowberry), 31(4).142
‘Trends in publishing conference, 23 April 2014, Diemen, Netherlands’ (Diepeveen), 32(3).133–34
‘True and tested products: thesauri on the Web’ (Hudon), 23(3).115–19
‘Try under “diabolical”‘ (Turner), 27(1).7
‘Turkish names’ (Alakus), CP2:5
‘A Turkish treasure trove’ (Alakus), 26(1).8–13
‘Twenty-five years of history indexing: a practitioner’s report’ (Boehm), 11(1).33–42
‘Twin Oaks indexing collective’ (Browne), 35(1).10–18
‘Two, B, or not 2 B?’ (Garloch), 1(3).71–76
‘The typography of indexes’ (Day), 2(3).85–89
‘The typography of indexes’ (Kinross), 10(4).179–85
‘The typography of indexing’ (Wicklen), 1(2).36–41
‘The tyranny of the page’ (Coe), 30(1).2–5
‘UC Berkeley extension course: learning to index at a distance’ (Coates), 24(4).186–88
‘UK National Indexing Day, 30 March 2017’ (Ellis), 35(2).88–9
‘Unacademic indexing’ (Vickers), 18(1).23–24
‘An unauthorizable index’ (Bell), 24(2).83
‘The unconventional index and its merits’ (Heckscher), 13(1).6–25
‘An unconventional indexer: William S. Heckscher,’ 11(2).72
‘Understanding the IDPF EPUB3 indexes specification’ (Combs and Ream), 32(3).121–29
‘The unique Canadian hamburger: an eightieth birthday tribute to William S Heckscher’ (Gordon), 14(2).123
‘The universal index: forerunning Google’ (MacGlashan), 28(3).121–22
‘Unshelved’ (cartoon) (Ambaum & Barnes), 28(3).144
‘An unusual method of making a book index. A symposium’ (Stallybrass et al), 6(1).4–13
‘An unusual method of making a book index’ (Verrier), 6(3).118–22
‘Updike on indexing’ (Shuttleworth), 21(2).92
‘A US indexer attends a PRECIS indexing workshop’ (Preschel), 10(3).111–115
‘The usability of academic library website indexes: an investigation’ (Kingsley), 26(2).71–78
‘The use of capitals’ (Knight), 5(1).26–27
‘The use of classification in book indexing’ (Langridge), 2(3).95–98
‘The use of indexes’ (Thornton), 8(1).17–19
‘The use of KWIK to index the proceedings of a public enquiry’ (Thomas), 8(3).145–52
‘The usefulness of indexes’ (Lipetz), 16(3).173–76
‘User approaches to indexes’ (Stirk), 16(2).75–78
‘User preferences in technical indexes’ (Drage), 6(4).151–55
‘Verifying personal names on the Web’ (Bridge), 23(3).149–56
‘Victorian and Edwardian periodicals for children: some bibliographical problems’ (Dixon), 15(1).14–19
‘Victorian Indexing Club (VIC) see Melbourne Indexers.'(Russell and Davis), 35(1).37–40
Visiting the BBC Scotland archives (Walker), 34(2).92
‘The visual appeal of indexes: an exploration’ (Lennie), 28(2).60–67
‘Visual indexes’ (Russell and Dearnley), 35(3).109–12
‘Visualizing back-of-book indexes’ (Boyd and Wade), 30(1).25–37
Vive la difference! The survival of the softest’ (Bell), 18(4).231–36
‘Wan Guoding (1897-1963): indexing pioneer’ (Wang Yage and Hou Hanqing), 27(3).102–106
‘Washington read,’ 24(2).61, 28(1).18–19
‘Watching the pennies: finances for freelancers’ (Watts), 34(2).83–87
‘Waxed parquets, worried bones’ (Hatt), 1(1).14–17
‘Ways of indexing,’ 24(2).102
‘Web 2.0 and users’ expectations of indexes’ (Johncocks), 26(1).18–24
‘Web indexing: extending the functionality of HTML Indexer’ (Unwalla), 25(2).128
‘Web resources for indexers’ (Bosschieter and Wright), 30(1).53–55
Website indexing (Coe), 34(1).20–25
‘What, no index?’ (Lambert), 14(3).177–78
‘What authors think of indexes’ (Bell), 12(3).147
‘What do readers expect from book indexes and how do they use them? An exploratory user study’ (Coe), 33(3).90–101
‘What is a good index?’ (Tatham), 8(1).23–28
‘What is an index?’ (Beare), 24(1).6–8
‘What is in an index? Some reflections from comparative law’ (Samuel), 28(4).145
‘What makes a good Web index?’ (Henninger), 21(4).182–83
‘What you make it: freelancing for beginners’ (Edwards), 13(4).239–41
‘Whatever next?’ (Simkins), 21(4).155
‘What’s an indexer worth?’ (Hagger), 27(1).31
‘Where is the evidence? A review of the literature on the usability of book indexes’ (Coe), 32(4).161–68
‘Where’s that tune?’ (Crofts), 19(3).189–91
‘The White House conference on Library and Information services’ (Post), 12(2).93–97
‘Who are we indexing for exactly?’ (Clarke), 26(1).35
‘Who pays for the index?’ (Knight), 5(2).63
‘Whom should we aim to please?’ (Bell), 20(1).3–25
‘Why I am an indexer’ (Bancroft et al), 6(4).165–73
‘Why indexing?’ (Bolton, Faulkner, Peebles and Vaudrey), 24(4).171–73
‘Why indexing fails the researcher’ (Weinberg), 16(1).3–6
‘Why make an index?’ (Campbell: ‘At the British library’), 27(4).189
‘Why postcoordination fails the searcher’ (Weinberg), 19(3).155–59
‘William Baxter fights for his index’ (Watkins), 13(3).184–85
‘Windows 8: what’s better, what’s worse’ (Schreiner), 31(1).33–35
‘WinGARB: a user’s view’ (Pitchford), 25(2).120–21
‘Wired reference: confessions of an e-publisher’ (Attwooll) (extract), 25(2).88
‘With a pinch of salt’ (Vickers), 19(1).35–36
‘A women’s thesaurus in Turkey: addressing the challenge’ (Alakus), 25(3).176–81
‘The wonderful woman indexer of England: Nancy Bailey’ (Green), 32(4).155–60
‘Wondrous taxonomy’ (Bates), 22(2).95
‘Word and author indexes’ (Willey), 4(3).88
‘Word from Canada’ (Dykstra), 11(4).202–204
‘A word upon indexes,’ 6(2).74
‘Words at work’ (Askling), 2(2).49–52
‘Words can’t describe it: streamlining PRECIS just for laughs!’ (Jacobs and Arsenault), 19(2).88–92
‘Words and pictures – indexing art books: some practical experience’ (Dearnley), CP13:1
‘Working with the author’ (Griffith-Jones), 24(1).16–17
‘Working with Hannibal and the Folio Society’ (Hill), 31(4).173
‘Working smarter, not harder, with the KPS Indexing Plugins’ (Haskins), 31(4).143–50
The World List of Scientific Periodicals‘ (Porter), 5(2).70–78
‘The world’s greatest index’ (Bell), 20(4).208
‘The world’s oldest profession: indexing?’ (Humphreys), 29(4).161–65
‘Wot, no index? – or the death of the “Washington read”‘ (MacGlashan), 28(1).18–19
‘XIndex: a cautionary tale’ (Sutherland), 31(2).66–67
‘XML indexing’ (Combs), 30(1).47–52
‘Yesterday is history: the evolution of the Weekly Mail index’ (Merrett), 22(2).72–75
‘Your Majesty’s loyal and obedient servants’: abstracting Loyalist materials at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia (Murphy), 14(3).195–96
‘Zadek’s dream book: index or contents list?’ (Hudson), 30(4).185
‘Zoological indexing’ (McMaster), CP17:3
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