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1Flynn, P.: W[h]ither the Web? : The extension or replacement of HTML.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48(1997) no.7, S.614-621.
Abstract: The WWW has had over 5 years of intensive development, and has expanded from a text-only technical documentation system to a multimedia information base distributed across the planet. Although its tool for structural definition - HTML - has been under constant development throughout this period, most browsers have been slow to take advantage of all the facilities it offers. At a time when there is much debate over the public future of the Web, it is in danger of partial stagnation. Despite significant innovations in some area, the field is still open for software developers who are capable of harvesting the benefits of SGML, the language in which HTML is written. This analysis of HTML Document Type Decriptions (DTDs) reveals where some of the opportunities may lie
Anmerkung: Contribution to a special topic issue devoted to structured information / standards for document architecture
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren ; Internet
2Bacsanyi, K. ; Lynn, P.: CD-ROMs : instructional methods and user reactions.
In: Reference services review. 17(1989) No.2, S.17-25.
Abstract: The popularity of CD-ROM products has caused librarians to become more active participants in the bibliographic instruction process. To meet the instructional needs of users, a variety of teaching methods has been explored at the Purdy/Kresge Library, Wayne Stare University, Detroit, Michigan, where 4 CD-Rom systems-ERIC, PsycLIT, Compact Disclosure, Social Science Index (SSI)-have also been purchased. The teaching methods include: developing instructional leaflets; offering individual instruction on demand or by appointment; scheduled group sessions; course integrated training sessions. Describes these activities and reports select results of a preliminary survey, undertaken in Spring 88, designed to evaluate user reaction to the library's CD-ROM products.
Objekt: ERIC ; PsyLIT ; Compact Disclosure ; Social Science Index