Online and CD-Rom Review: Volume 22 Issue 3

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

DESIGNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR USER ABILITIES AND TASKS: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

Bryce Allen

With the many choices that can be built into information systems, it is possible to customize such systems for users. This customization may be based on the tasks that…

DATASTAR WEB: A COMPARISON WITH “CLASSIC” DATASTAR COMMAND LANGUAGE SEARCHING

Anne L. Barker

This paper compares and contrasts online searching on DataStar, a major European host now owned by The Dialog Corporation, using the “Classic” command language, with…

NEW DATABASE PRODUCTS: SOCIAL SCIENCE, HUMANITIES, NEWS, AND GENERAL (ISSUE 11)

Martha E. Williams, Daniel E. Burgard

This is the eleventh article on social science, humanities, news, and general databases in a continuing series of articles summarizing and commenting on new database…

NEW DATABASE PRODUCTS: BUSINESS AND LAW (ISSUE 11)

Martha E. Williams, Harry A. Gaylord

This is the eleventh article on business and law (BSL) databases in a continuing series of articles summarizing and commenting on new database products. Two companion…

NEW CD‐ROMs IN BRIEF

Account Ability. A CD‐ROM version of a course which enables non‐financial managers, consultants and professionals understand and use financial statements. Published by…

ISSUES FOR THE LATE 1990s AND FUTURE CONCERNS

Dick Kaser

Editor's note: At the 40th Anniversary Conference held in February, 1998, the Executive Directors of NFAIS (National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services…

BEYOND THE HYPE

Brian McKenna

Colloquium in Oxford. A wide‐ranging debate about the impact of the new technologies of connectivity on Higher Education, libraries, and the publishing industry took place…

THE HUMAN FACTOR

Brian McKenna

Horns. Academic publishers (and academics who publish) — especially those engaged in journal production — still confront a major dilemma thrown up by the much‐trumpeted…

PUSH TECHNOLOGY: SHORTCUTTING THE INFORMATION MAZE

Tracey Stanley

Searching for information on the World Wide Web can often be a tedious and time‐consuming business. The combined problems of search tools with unsophisticated interfaces…

NEWS

Three million by 2000. Internet commerce in Europe will have at least doubled by the turn of the century according to a new report issued by Datamonitor. At the present…

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1353-2642

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Online Review

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

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Emerald Publishing Limited