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1989 Volume 13, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Multiple Use of Primary Full Text Information--A Publisher's Perspective

    David Martinsen

    Describes the method used by the American Chemical Society to keyboard its primary journals directly into a publishing database, which is then used to produce printed journals and create an online ... More

    pp. 121-33

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  2. Current State of Full Text Primary Information Online with Recommendations for the Future

    John A. Hearty & Valerie K. Rohrbaugh

    Examines possible reasons for the slow adoption of full text primary literature online by users. Areas discussed include the lack of complete online files, competition with better known sources,... More

    pp. 135-40

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  3. Primary FTDs for the End User: New Roles for the Information Professional

    Ruth A. Pagell

    Identifies four categories of end users, based on their searching ability and knowledge of their subject area. The role of the librarian or information specialist in assisting each category of... More

    pp. 143-54

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  4. Future Enhancements for Full Text Databases

    Wendelin Detemple

    Discusses expected future developments in full text databases (FTDs) in three main areas: host-based menu-driven systems; menu and front end interfaces on gateway and mailbox services; and... More

    pp. 155-60

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