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    • Libraries, Networks and OSI: A Review, with a Report on North American Developments 

      Lynch, Clifford A. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      Lorcan Dempsey made a study trip to North America in May 1990 as part of a British-Library-funded study of library networking (i.e., use of computer networks by libraries) in North America. Based on this trip, as well as ...
    • The Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues 

      Tuttle, Marcia (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      Currently, serials librarians face two important issues: (1) unacceptably high journal subscription prices, and (2) the emergence of electronic publishing as a viable alternative to the traditional paper journal. An ...
    • The Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research 

      Savage, Lon (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      The Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research is a scholarly, refereed electronic journal, distributed via BITNET and Internet, for researchers in the academic discipline of hotel, restaurant, and ...
    • EJournal: An Account of the First Two Years 

      Jennings, Edward M. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      As I write these first paragraphs of EJournal's autobiography, it is the morning after the first issue hit the "newsstands." Yesterday, I uploaded the mailing list to the list server from my personal account on SUNY Albany's ...
    • How to Start and Manage a BITNET LISTSERV Discussion Group: A Beginner's Guide 

      Kovacs, Diane; McCarty, Willard; Kovacs, Michael (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      The following article only attempts to outline the major steps you must take in establishing a LISTSERV discussion group. It assumes that if you are in any doubt you will be able to obtain help on demand from an expert in ...
    • The Electronic Journal: What, Whence, and When? 

      Okerson, Ann (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      A quick scan of topics of recent library, networking, professional, and societal meetings leads to the inevitable conclusion that electronic publishing is the "Debutante of the Year." Supporting technologies have matured ...
    • New Horizons in Adult Education: The First Five Years (1987-1991) 

      Hugo, Jane; Newell, Linda (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      Overview of the Journal's History The Syracuse University Kellogg Project began in 1986 with a mission to provide broader access to the university's adult education materials and to facilitate the exchange of information ...
    • Contents 

      Bailey, Charles W., Jr. (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
    • Providing Data Services for Machine-Readable Information in an Academic Library: Some Levels of Service 

      Jacobs, Jim (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      Many libraries are facing two trends that are moving them closer to providing services for electronic information products: (1) information in electronic formats is becoming more plentiful, diverse, and obtainable; and (2) ...
    • Copyright, Digital Media, and Libraries 

      Halbert, Martin (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
    • Post-Gutenberg Galaxy: The Fourth Revolution in the Means of Production of Knowledge 

      Harnad, Stevan (The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, 1991)
      There have been three revolutions in the history of human thought, and we are on the threshold of a fourth. The first took place hundreds of thousands of years ago when language first emerged in hominid evolution and the ...