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In an earlier paper Harry & Oppenheim 1993, we described the criteria that we had developed for a standard test procedure for CDROM reviews. In this paper, we describe some evaluations we carried out using the criteria laid out on standard test forms. The purpose of these evaluations was to...
There are a number of issues affecting the pricing of CDROM technologies, but two of them are both contentious and could potentially have a serious impact upon the field. Their resolution at the moment is not clear. Since CDROM technology holds great potential for library service, and it is...
This is the second article on Business and Law BSL Databases in a continuing series of articles summarizing and commenting on new database products. Two companion articles, one covering science, technology and medicine STM Online & CDROM Review vol. 17 issue 4 and the other covering social...
It is now a year since this column was launched and a number of arrows have been shot in the air aimed at hitting the target labelled the year 2000. In the first column vol. 17 no. 1 Charles Oppenheim University of Strathclyde commented that Target 2000 would be one way of learning how good...
In previous Search Strategies published in Online & CDROM Review, searchers from different countries and professions were given a question to answer, a budget of 50 and a time in which to produce their report. To round off the year, Tom Koch here makes his own contribution to the debate about...
In an article to published in this month's Information World Review, Trevor Fenwick, the Managing Director of Euromonitor, argues that the larger online hosts do not understand the research market or appreciate the value of research reports. As a result they are selling online market reports at...
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