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  • Implementing Integrated Library Services Across Institutional Boundaries 

    Hawks, Carol Pitts (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1995)
    Discusses the implementation of the OhioLINK (Ohio Library and Information Network) system, an integrated library system linking 23 public and private academic institutions and the Ohio State Library. Topics include a ...
  • Public-Access Provocations: An Informal Column 

    Crawford, Walt (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1995)
    Suggests that the virtual library is an impossibility and the ideal of an all-encompassing solution is unrealistic. Current roles of libraries as places for personal enrichment and places to learn more about things will ...
  • Will the Real Internet Please Stand Up? 

    Caplan, Priscilla (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1997)
    Discusses problems with the current Internet and describes new Internet developments. Topics include Internet2, which is being developed for innovative high performance computing applications for member universities and ...
  • Is the Journal as We Know It an Article of Faith? An Open Letter to the Faculty 

    Morton, Bruce (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1997)
    Discusses scholarly communication, functions of scholarly journals, and the possibility of changing from a printed version to an electronic journal. Highlights include dissemination; timeliness; peer review; recognition ...
  • Contents 

    Bailey, Charles W. Jr. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1997)

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