Microform publishing: Alive and well in the electronic age

Microform publishing: Alive and well in the electronic age LOGOS Microform publishing: Alive and well in the electronic age Norman H Williams International marketing manager of CIS, the Washington DC-based microform publisher, since 1988, Norman H Williams previously spent several years in sales with Readex Corporation - a pioneer in micropublishing - where he helped open up the international market. With a degree in International Relations from Northwestern University and a working knowledge of German, Williams has been involved in some aspect of inter• national business throughout his career. In the gieat debate about the futuie of piint in the e l e c t i o n i c age, t h e tole of miciofoim t e n d s to be oveilooked — except by t h e thousands of libiaiians who use it eveiy day and who c o n t i n u e to make laige puichases of miciopublications. In spite of pie• dictions to t h e contiaiy, micropublishing lives on with no end in sight. Electionic media have actu• ally helped t h e miciofoim to d e m o n s t i a t e t h a t it has an essential lole. T h i http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Logos Brill

Microform publishing: Alive and well in the electronic age

Logos , Volume 6 (3): 138 – Jan 1, 1995

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Brill
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© 1995 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0957-9656
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1878-4712
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10.2959/logo.1995.6.3.138
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LOGOS Microform publishing: Alive and well in the electronic age Norman H Williams International marketing manager of CIS, the Washington DC-based microform publisher, since 1988, Norman H Williams previously spent several years in sales with Readex Corporation - a pioneer in micropublishing - where he helped open up the international market. With a degree in International Relations from Northwestern University and a working knowledge of German, Williams has been involved in some aspect of inter• national business throughout his career. In the gieat debate about the futuie of piint in the e l e c t i o n i c age, t h e tole of miciofoim t e n d s to be oveilooked — except by t h e thousands of libiaiians who use it eveiy day and who c o n t i n u e to make laige puichases of miciopublications. In spite of pie• dictions to t h e contiaiy, micropublishing lives on with no end in sight. Electionic media have actu• ally helped t h e miciofoim to d e m o n s t i a t e t h a t it has an essential lole. T h i

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