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What is this Thing Called CWIS Once you're sure you need a CWIS, you might like to know just what it is you've decided you must have. In October 1989, I presented the paper UniversityWide GeneralInterest Online Information Systems That Work And That You Can Afford to the ACM SIGUCCS conference....
Now that we have a fully defined protocol with a nice set of services and well defined PDUs, can we build useful Z39.50 origin and target systems The answer is a resounding maybe. Certainly within the environment for which Z39.50 was originally designed, as an extension of the Linked Systems...
In the last installment of this series on network resources, we took a look at some of the services available across the Internet via remote logon. In this article, we will consider the vast array of resources that are available today as a result of a form of service known as the anonymous FTP...
When you next receive this newsletter it will be called CampusWide Information Systems. The new name also brings with it a new design and format. CampusWide Information Systems will become a bimonthly magazine featuring many of the columnists that now appear in this newsletter. The magazine...
Electronic journals, or ejournals, can come in many forms, and are of interest for many reasons. In the growing environment of information retrieval under a clientserver model, ejournals are seen as one of the principle means of timely delivery for sharing data and information. Commercial and...
VTLS to Create Online Catalog for Virginia. The Virginia State Library and Archives in Richmond, which has used the VTLS integrated online library system software since 1983, has contracted with VTLS, Inc., for the CAVALIR ONLINE Database Creation Project. The goal of the project is to create an...
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