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August 1982 Volume 6, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Videotex Versus Online Bibliographic Databases: A Canadian Prospective

    Mary Nash

    Compares the rapid development of online bibliographic information retrieval systems with that of videotex, still in its experimental stages. Examples of equipment used and services offered in... More

    pp. 291-96

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  2. A Comparative Evaluation of Online Databases in Relation to Welfare and Corrective Services, and Community Development

    V S. Sharma

    Ten online databases were evaluated for their scope, extent of coverage, timeliness, degree of relevance, and overlap using queries dealing with welfare and corrective services. Ten tables of... More

    pp. 297-313

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  3. Measures That Discriminate among Online Searchers with Different Training and Experience

    Helen Howard

    Forty-two searchers with varying degrees of experience in searching online bibliographic retrieval systems queried the ERIC database using DIALOG. The results were measured with variables which... More

    pp. 315-27

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