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1996 Volume 14, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Pica and the Academic Libraries in the Netherlands

    Danielle Oosterop

    Describes Pica, an organization in the Netherlands which evolved from the Project for Integrated Catalogue Automation that includes the National Library and all university libraries. Topics include... More

    pp. 15-17

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  2. Information Support for Scientists and Researchers in Greece

    Stella Vourou

    Discusses the need for new technologies and information delivery services in Greece, and describes current activities related to the support of Greek scientists and researchers. Highlights include ... More

    pp. 18-23

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  3. German Library Networks in the Web Age

    Thomas Baker

    Discusses German libraries' access to the Internet and World Wide Web, and reviews German library development and organization. Topics include state libraries; research library networks; national... More

    pp. 24-28

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  4. Technologies for Learning: Instructional Support at Cornell's Albert R. Mann Library

    Zsuzsa Koltay

    Describes the instructional technology support program at Cornell University's Mann Library (New York) that integrates the print and digital libraries. Highlights include the gateway system,... More

    pp. 83-98

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  5. Testing a Digital Library: User Response to the CORE Project

    Richard Entlich

    Discussion of CORE (Chemistry Online Retrieval Experiment), a five-year research and development project at Cornell University (New York) that tried to make scholarly journal articles available in ... More

    pp. 99-118

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