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1Wiley, D.L.: ¬The organizational politics of the World Wide Web.
In: Internet reference services quarterly. 3(1998) no.2, S.23-29.
Abstract: The international conflicts within an organization may hinder the successful design and set up of a WWW site. Looks at the 3 most common routes that an organization may take to get on the Web, and presents guidelines for how to overcome the organizational politics that get in the way
Themenfeld: Internet ; Information Resources Management
2Wiley, D.L.: Cited references on the Web : a review of ISI's Web of Science.
In: Searcher. 6(1998) no.1, S.32-39,57.
Abstract: Reviews the Web of Science, a new Web interface to the citation indexes produced by ISI. The Web of Science carries the past 10 years of ISI's 3 major citation indexes: AHCI, SSCI, and SCI. Combined, the 3 indexes provide access to article citations from about 8.000 journals and over 10 million records. Topics covered in the review include: pricing; searching in 2 modes: Quick Search and Full Search; lateral searching and citation matching; document delivery; full text; and documentation and help. Provides a list of selected databases that link to full text, a facility not yet available on the Web of Science
Objekt: Web of Science ; Arts and Humanities Citation Index ; Social Sciences Citation Index ; Science Citation Index
3Wiley, D.L.: Beyond information retrieval : ways to provide content in context.
In: Database. 21(1998) no.4, S.18-22.
Abstract: The days of the traditional abstracting and indexing services are waning, as abstracts and bibliographic data become commodities. However, there are tremedous opportunities for those organizations willing to look beyond the status quo to the new possibilities enabled by the latest wave of advanced technologies. Those who own content need to focus on the delivery mechanisms and new markets that technology can provide. Features like automatic extraction of key concepts or names, collaborative filtering to help with trend analysis, and visualization techniques can take information past the retrieval stage and into the management area
Themenfeld: Suchmaschinen ; Internet
4Wiley, D.L.: Can the traditional abstracting and indexing services survive? : From print to Internet ....
In: Database. 17(1994) no.6, S.18-24.
Abstract: Part of an annual review tracking database industry developments for 1994. Traces the development of online abstracting and indexing services. Economic pressures are now forcing changes in this system. Describes how some of the major scientific databases are developing new production systems to meet changing needs and to position themselves so that they can response to the needs of the superhighway. Abstracting and indexing services need to reengineer themselves to provide the information that the customer wants in the time frame and format demanded
Themenfeld: Informationsmittel ; Internet