Bibliographic Software and the Electronic Library
University of Hertfordshire Press, 1995 - Bibliography - 136 pages
Bibliographic software is an essential tool for the downloading of bibliographic records from databases on CD-ROM and other electronic media in the emerging electronic library. This book provides information scientists and librarians with the guidance they need to evaluate, select and support bibliographic software.
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What is bibliographic software?
Importing downloaded records into bibliographic software
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abstracts academic researchers Amstrad applications Biblio-Links bibliographic data bibliographic database bibliographic software packages biomedical Capture Module Cardbox CD-ROM databases CHEST Contents on Diskette copy copyright protection Current Awareness Service Current Contents customised data structures database author database package database software disk document download format downloaded records downloaded references Draft Directive electronic current awareness EndNote evaluation example external databases facilities fair dealing floppy disk full text Headform ICRF importing individual Information Services infringement Inmagic Jane Milligan keywords librarians licence literary Medline Microsoft Windows offer online databases option output formats Papyrus personal bibliographic software personal databases Personal File System Portsmouth purchase recognised reformatting package RefWriter Research Information Systems Royal Free SIEVERTS SilverPlatter source database Superbase text retrieval software types unfair extraction University University of Hertfordshire University of Portsmouth users Windows word processor WordPerfect