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Information Development

1994 Volume 10, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Issues: Can Libraries in Africa Ever Be Sustainable?

    Diana Rosenberg

    Discusses the decline of African libraries and concludes that African libraries must find their own role within an African reality. Discussion covers failed internationally funded attempts to stem ... More

    pp. 247-51

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  2. New Technology and Access to Primary Documents: A Prospective View

    Antonio Miranda

    Analyzes information technology used in networks and cooperative systems to access primary documents and its impact on the information industry. The concordance between old and new technologies in ... More

    pp. 252-55

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  3. TEPACIS: A Teaching Package on CDS/ISIS

    F J. Devadason & Renuka Devadason

    Describes TEPACIS, a computer-aided instruction package to train users of the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization)-developed CDS/ISIS software, which is used... More

    pp. 269-72

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