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Information Development

1992 Volume 8, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Research in Post-Communist Hungary

    Shirley S. Peck

    Examines the current state of research in Hungary. Topics discussed include funding; access to bibliographic databases, adequate telephone service and electronic mail; money for library materials; ... More

    pp. 204-9

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  2. Information Technology and Scientific and Technical Information in China

    Bai Zi-guang

    Describes policies formulated by the Chinese government that use information technology to facilitate the development of scientific and technical information activities. Highlights include online... More

    pp. 210-14

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  3. Scientific and Technical Information in Ghana

    A A. Alemna

    Description of scientific research and scientific and technical information in Ghana highlights the role of the Ghana National Scientific and Technical Information Network (GHASTINET). Obstacles to... More

    pp. 215-20

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  4. A National Information Documentation Centre for Nigeria: Some Practical Considerations

    Ken M. C. Nweke

    Discusses the need for a National Information Documentation Centre (NIDOC) in Nigeria. Topics addressed include functions of NIDOC, the location of NIDOC, including the role of the National Library... More

    pp. 228-32

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  5. Diseno y desarrollo de una base de datos bibliograficos (Design and Development of a Bibliographic Database)

    L E. Mattenella & J W. Velazco

    This article briefly describes the development of bibliographic retrieval systems in the Instituto de Beneficio di Minerales (IN BE MI) in Salta, Argentina, using the Mini-micro CDS/ISIS software... More

    pp. 233-36

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