Online and CD-Rom Review: Volume 21 Issue 1

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

THE EVALUATION OF INTERFACE DESIGN ON CDROMS

Jennifer Rowley, Frances Slack

Databases on CDROM are one of the more complex types of facility that will be accessed by the general public, either in their home, in airport lounges and other public…

NEW DATABASE PRODUCTS: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MEDICINE (ISSUE 9)

Martha E. Williams, Linda C. Smith

This is the ninth article on science, technology and medicine (STM) databases in a continuing series of articles summarising and commenting on new database products. Two…

NEW CDROMS IN BRIEF

AA Quick Reference Atlas. Features political maps; topographical maps with roads, waterways, railways and other geographical features; thematic maps with information on a…

ARE WE LOSING A GENERATION OF MANUSCRIPTS?

Jaap Jasperse

Will CDROM survive into the next millennium? If not, we may have a continuity problem on our hands. The development of electronic scientific publication continues to raise…

NETWORKS AROUND THE WORLD

At December's Online Information meeting in London, one session looked at the topic of networked information resources, with speakers from different countries giving their…

HYBRID INFORMATION OPTIONS

The advantage of a CD: hundreds of megabytes of data, accessed quickly and conveniently. Delivery is customised according to the type of data; access can be controlled…

NEWS ROUNDUP

Internet domain plans announced. The Internet's International Ad Hoc Committee (IAHC), whose formation was reported on in our last issue, has announced its plan to…

ISSN:

1353-2642

Renamed from:

Online Review

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited