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Librarians and information workers obviously are interested in electronic journals as a means of providing information to their customers. At the same time, members of the profession are becoming increasingly interested in accessing electronic journals that relate to their own specialist...
Discusses different types of quality problems having their roots in the Internet and some possible solutions. Gives a provisional definition of “World Wide Web information quality”. Presents some of the findings from an empirical survey of Danish academic and business users of the Internet....
Describes the aftermath and losses incurred by the fire which destroyed the Norfolk and Norwich Central Library in 1994. Discusses the short, medium and long‐term decisions which had to be taken on the road to recovery. Discusses recommendations for future fire protection of libraries and also...
Argues that, although the information superhighway will encounter obstacles on the road to becoming fully implemented, there is enough support for this communication delivery system to make it a part of everyday life in the near future. The information superhighway would link homes, schools,...
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