Ms. Babb reports on a study conducted to determine whether researchers will identify the same works recommended by scholarly bibliographies if their searching is limited to the confines of the library catalog and its subject headings. She explores how the auto-bibliography of the catalog compares to more traditionally compiled bibliographies, and what—if anything—is sacrificed when users rely upon auto-bibliography rather than scholarly bibliography.
Law Library Journal
Bibliography versus Auto-Bibliography: Tackling the Transformation of Traditions in the Research Process,
Law Lib. J.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.buffalo.edu/law_librarian_articles/23