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Today's university students have now, and will have in the future, greater information needs than ever before. As endusers, they will take the skills they learn and the knowledge about the resources used to fill those needs with them into the workplace and beyond. In an effort to provide...
The exponential growth of the World Wide Web in terms of sites and of users has created an environment in which the basic mechanisms of how information should be best represented and transmitted to endusers must be reexamined.
The World Wide Web is the hypertextgraphic images part of the Internet, and forms an ideal medium for organisations to advertise their goods and services and, if desired, to engage in electronic trading. The contents of the Web pages are therefore of crucial importance in presenting the right...
This is the sixth article on Business and Law BSL databases in a continuing series of articles summarising and commenting on new database products. Two companion articles have appeared, one covering science, technology and medicine STM Online & CDROM Review, vol. 19, no. 4 in the August 1995...
In the last issue, second year undergraduate students taking the Information and Society option at the Department of Library and Information Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK contributed their thoughts about the developments they would expect by the year 2000. Their ideas were...
The first Asian Information Meeting was held this autumn in Hong Kong, as a response to the rapid economic growth of the South East Asian region in recent years. Chairman David Raitt said that between now and the end of the decade, Asia as a whole will account for half the growth in world trade,...
This update concerns various recent developments which make it much more affordable and easier than before to access digital audio and video. Typically all that you require are a standard modem, an Internet connection and lowcost or even freeofcharge software.
Electronic journal initiatives unveiled. Two new initiatives to create electronic journals which allow users to retrieve pages that mirror their print counterpart have been unveiled. ICL has unveiled electronic journal software said to be unique in being able to protect publisher's copyrights,...
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