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1Cox, J.E.: Publishers, publishing and the Internet : how journal publishing will survive and prosper in the electronic age.
In: Electronic library. 15(1997) no.2, S.125-131.
Abstract: The emerging importance of the Internet and WWW will not change the fundamental role of the periodicals publisher in the process of disseminating and adding value to scholarship and research but will have considerable impact on the way in which they actually function. Concludes that printed and electronic editions of periodicals will complement each other
Themenfeld: Internet ; Elektronisches Publizieren
2Cox, J.: ¬The role of the paper based journal in an era of electronic information.
In: Serials librarian. 30(1997) nos.3/4, S.41-53.
Abstract: Reviews the changes in publishing methods that electronic publishing and distribution will involve. Presents a publisher's view of the methodology needed to exploit the potential that online and othe electronic technologies offer. Discusses the role of the paper based journal in an era of electronic publication, and the ambivalence of scholars and of learned societies toward electronic information. Also examines the role of universities as they become partners of publishers in delivering published material to customers on the Internet: by hosting servers, by providing access to bandwidth, and by adding value through participation in the publishing process
Anmerkung: Paper presented at Plenary Session 2: Publishing in the cyber age, of the North American Serials Interest Group, Inc. 11th annual conference, 20-23 Jun 96, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren
3Campbell, D.G. ; Cox, J.P.: Cataloguing Internet resources.
In: Feliciter. 43(1997) no.5, S.60-63.
Abstract: Since late in 1995, the library at the Faculty of Information Studies (FIS) at Toronto University, Canada, has been experimenting with and refining the policies and procedures for the cataloguing of Internet resources. Describes how decisions are taken on what to catalogue and what standards to use. Introduces the FIS/ISM Cataloguing Internet Resources Project (CIRP), ahich at present involves the cooperation of 6 libraries. Discusses problems encountered, in particular the 3 challenges of determining the nature of the site, coping with and anticipating changes in a site, and considering the needs and technological resources of library users
Themenfeld: Internet ; Formalerschließung
4Cox, J.: Images on the Internet : enhanced user access.
In: Database. 17(1994) no.4, S.18-26.
Abstract: Reports on a survey to discover what types of images are available to the public on the Internet network. Outlines the variety of images available, explains how to retrieve them, describes the image formats available, provides basic information about the shareware and freeware viewing programs available via FTP over the Internet, and offers advice on setting up a system
Behandelte Form: Bilder
5Cox, J.: Keyguide to information sources in online and CD-ROM database searching.
London : Mansell, 1991. 288 S.
Anmerkung: Rez. in: Information processing and management 28(1992) no.4, S.534-544 (J.W. Head); Program 26(1992) no.2 S.209-210 (E.N. Efthimiadis)
Compass: On-line data processing
LCSH: Information storage and retrieval systems ; On / line data processing