I have found out that my Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship article “The Importance of Open Access, Open Source, and Open Standards for Libraries” and the presentation “Comparison of Selected Open Source Software Library Management Systems” I did at Internet Librarian in 2004 have both recently been cited in two different articles. One was an article by Michell K. Campbell called “Libraries and open source: A natural alliance” that appeared in the May 2007 issue of Footnotes , 36(4) (the official newsletter of the New Members Round Table (NMRT) of the American Library Association). Unfortunately this article does not appear to be available online.
The other article appeared in the 2007 annual volume of Library Philosophy and Practice. This article was titled “Standing Up for Open Source” and was co-authored by Lee David Jaffe and Greg Careaga.
One interesting thing about the conference citations is that they both cited the Internet Librarian conference presentation on Rider University Libraries’ Web site even though I’m now at TCNJ and the slides and chart are also available on my professional website there.