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Internet Reference Services Quarterly

1996 Volume 1, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Using World Wide Web Software for Reference and Instruction

    Michael O. Engle

    Discusses the use of the World Wide Web by academic libraries for reference and instruction. Widespread availability of software for browsing, creating, editing, and mounting World Wide Web pages... More

    pp. 7-15

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  2. Proposal for Implementing Multi-User Database (MUD) Technology in an Academic Library

    A M. Iliana Filby

    Explores the use of MOO (multi-user object oriented) virtual environments in academic libraries to enhance reference services. Highlights include the development of multi-user database (MUD)... More

    pp. 75-95

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