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The impact of electronic publishing on library services and resources in the UK


  1. Martyn J, Vickers P & Feeney M (Eds) (1990). Information UK 2000. London: British Library Research and Development Department.

  2. Electronic Publishing Services Ltd. (1994). Electronic publishing practice in the UK. Library & Information Research Report 95. London: British Library Board.

  3. M Finlay (Ed.).(1993). Facts & Figures 1993: CD-ROM & Multimedia CDs. London: TFPL Publishing.

  4. Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd Edition, 1988 Revision. Chapter 9: Computer files.

  5. Burton P (1994). Electronic mail as an academic discussion forum. Journal of Documentation 50 (2): 99-110.

  6. Given in a paper presented by Larry Hurtado to the International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals, Winnipeg, 1-2 October 1993.

  7. See especially Swinnerton-Dyer H P F (1994). Information services for the promotion of scholarly activity. Research Bulletin of the National Centre for Science Information Systems 6 (March 1994): 1-11.

  8. Allred J & Heeks P(1992). Open learning in public libraries: Evaluation of an Employment Department Training Agency initiative by the Library Association. Ref. OL129. Sheffield: Employment Department.

  9. Association for Database Services (ADSET), Chancery House, Dalkeith Place, Kettering, Northants NN16 0BS.10.

  10. East H & Tilson Y (1993). The liberated enduser: developments in practice and policy for database provision to the academic community. CCIS Policy Paper No.4. British Library R&D Report 6100. London: British Library Board. (Supplemented by private communication from H. East.)

  11. The Royal Society (1993). The STM information system in the UK. A study on behalf of the Royal Society, The British Library and the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers. British Library R&D Report No.6123. London: The Royal Society.

  12. Joint Funding Councils' Libraries Review Group (1993). A report for the HEFCE, SHEFC, HEFCW and DENI. Available from HEFCE, Northavon House, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol BS6 1QD.

  13. Martyn J (1990). Legal deposit and new technology. Library & Information Briefings No.23. London: Library & Information Technology Centre.

  14. Woodward H (1993). The impact of electronic information on serials collection management. Paper presented to IFLA Conference, Barcelona, August 1993 (to be published).

  15. Patrias K (1991). National Library of Medicine Recommended Formats for Bibliographic Citation. Bethesda, MD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Library of Medicine, Reference Section, April 1991. Report No: NLM-LO-91-01. 248 p.

  16. See A Ramsden, Z Wu & D Zhao (1993). Selection criteria for a document image processing system for the ELINOR Electronic Library Project. Program 27 (4): 371-387.17.

  17. Taken from The Bibliographic environment in 2000: a discussion paper . Paper presented to the BL Advisory Committee for Bibliographic Services, ref. BS AC/93/02.

  18. Thorburn C (1992). Cataloguing remote electronic journals and databases. Serials Librarian 23 (1/2): 11-12.

  19. Foster J (1993). End-users and network information: tools and training. In Libraries and IT: Working papers of the Information Technology Sub-committee of the HEFC's Libraries Review. Bath: UKOLN: The Office for Library and Information Networking.

  20. MacKenzie G P (1991). Preservation of computer records. In Information 90, edited by Jennifer Rowley, (London, 1991), pp.343-347.

  21. The results of two relevant initiatives are to be found in Cataloguing Computer Files in the UK: A Practical Guide to Standards (Joint Report of the Standards and Implementation Working Parties to the Computer Files Cataloguing Group and the Economic and Social Research Council, 1988), and Guidelines for the encoding and interchange of machine readable texts, edited by C.M.Sperberg McQueen and Lou Burnard (Chicago and Oxford, 1990).

  22. Progress reports are in Ross S & Higgs E (1993). Electronic Information Resources and Historians: European Perspectives. British Library Report 6122. Gottingen: Max Planck Institut fur Geschichte, 1993.

  23. See especially Jeffrey D Morelli, 'Defining Electronic Records: a Terminology Problem ... or Something More', in Ross and Higgs (eds, 1993).

  24. British Library R & D Department (1993). Information Technology in Humanities Scholarship. R & D Report 6097. London: British Library Board and British Academy.

  25. National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services. Principles of electronic distribution of and access to data. Philadelphia: NFAIS.

  26. N R Smith. Desiderata for a licence agreement between suppliers and users of electronic publications. Report prepared for the BL Working Party on Electronic Publishing, April 1994.

    Additional bibliography is given in Appendix 2.

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