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Poses the question: in envisaging a digitally networked future, what kind of graffiti can we discern on the emerging cyberwall to help us predict its likely impact on large populations? All evaluation of infant technologies is a complex business. Technology gives and it takes away. Science...
A vast, uncontrolled mass of data is now available on the Internet. These data pose specific problems for librarians, and in particular for cataloguers. In addition to problems of size, presence, quality and stability of the information now available electronically, the British Library has...
Discusses the results of three studies investigating the reception of Scottish/ National Vocational Qualifications (S/NVQs) in the information and library sector. Examines the views of managers and workers towards the qualifications. Although managers generally feel that S/NVQs are a useful way...
Describes the background to publishing in Scotland and outlines the nature and range of current Scottish publishing houses. Sets Scottish publishing within its UK and European context and indicates a number of major trends. Presents broad statistics of current Scottish publishing. Describes the...
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