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Journal of Information Science

1995 Volume 21, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Getting "Wired" for McLuhan's Cyberculture

    George McMurdo

    Examines the introduction of the computing magazine, "Wired", into the United Kingdom's (UK) market. Presents conversations with the founder and editorial staff of the UK edition, and discusses the... More

    pp. 371-81

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  2. OVIDE and Teledemocracy

    Garth W. P. Davies & Pierre Jegu

    Describes OVIDE (Organisation du VIdeotex du Depute European), a European e-mail communication and information access system used by members and staff of the European Parliament. Also discusses the... More

    pp. 383-89

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  3. Brief Communication. The Impact of Electronic Journals on Library Functions

    Sara von Ungern-Sternberg & Mats G. Lindquist

    Examines how electronic journals are increasing the demands on library collection development, access, and ownership of electronic information. Presents collection development scenarios that... More

    pp. 396-401

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