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What was it like over there we were asked from the instant we got off the Freedom Bird. And then
Reference Services Review has established itself as an essential reference collection management resource. As I assume the editorship of the journal I have set for myself several goals which I hope will further its value and importance. One must be to continue to present material at the level of...
Over the past decade machinereadable data bases have grown both in number and variety. In addition to the familiar bibliographic data bases such as MEDLINE and ERIC, one now finds data bases containing such things as properties e.g., RTECS Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances and...
Who's Who in America WWiA, released in its fortyfirst edition in May 1980, is one of the few reference books that enjoys two types of renown.
In this final issue of RSR for the year we offer our readers the first appearances of two columns new to the journal. These are the Landmarks of Reference and Government Publications columns. Landmarks, edited by Dr. Kathleen Heim of the University of Illinois faculty, will present review essays...
The United States government is the world's largest publisher. Its presses churn out thousands of items annually, covering every conceivable subject. Even though most of the items deal with present day concerns, the United States government is responsible for the publication of a large number of...
Reference Serials intends to provide indepth, evaluative reviews of abstracting services, indexes, serial bibliographies, yearbooks, directories, almanacs and other continuations which would normally be housed in reference collections. For the purposes of this column, reference serials are...
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