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1Jascó, P.: CD-ROM databases with full-page images.
In: Computers in libraries. 18(1998) no.2, S.33-35.
Abstract: Full text databases often cannot substitute for the original print document because they include only the plain text, but not the figures, charts, tables, and screen shots that are useful and sometimes essential for understanding the article. Discusses 3 recently released page-image databases on CD-ROM. UMI's ProQuest Medical Library includes searchable bibliographic records and abstracts for about 120 medical and nursing journals as well as the facsimile of the articles with users able to view the articles in full-page format, just as they first appeared in print: ADONIS Electronic Journal Subscription Services CD offers 400 biomedical journals in CD-ROM page-image format; and Optipat's OptiDisk Custom CD-ROMs provide a customizable service for US patents where customers can order US patents in text only, or image only, or in text and image format with or without a searchable index by submitting the patent numbers required
Objekt: ADONIS ; ProQuest ; OptiDisk
2Bothmer, A.J. ; Abel, C. ; Pereira, M.: ¬The ADONIS experience : CD-ROM full text access to the journal literature in an academic health sciences library.
In: Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 85(1997) no.2, S.193-196.
Abstract: Describes the application of the ADONIS CD-ROM full-text document delivery database to the supply of periodical articles at the Creighton University Health Sciences Library (CUHSL) and Learning Resources Center, Nebraska. PAys particular attention to the integration of the ADONIS database with the library's own information system
3ADONIS launches new electronic journals subscription services.
In: Information today. 14(1997) no.2, S.32.
Abstract: Electronic Journal Subscription Service, a CD-ROM based subscription service for library LANs has been launched by ADONIS of Malden, MA. This service provides its customers with weekly CD-ROM updates of those journals to which it subscribes. Features newly designed client-server software which provides improved search and retrieval functions. The service can be combined with the existing ADONIS Document Delivery Service and enables the library to maintain an in house archive of its journals
5Casale, M.: Document delivery : the electronic challenge.
In: Library manager. 1995, no.5, S.22,24.
Abstract: The document delivery scene in the UK is still dominated by the British Library Document Supply Service (BLDSC), but its near monopoly is now being challenged by electronic based services such as Blackwell's UnCover and ADONIS. The latter uses CD-ROMs to offer the full page images of over 600 titles from 50 publishers. Economic considerations are likely to be the prime influence on the future development of document delivery services. Canvasses the views of a number of UK academic and special libraries on the topic
Objekt: UnCover ; ADONIS
6Lux, U.: Erfahrungen mit dem Einsatz von ADONIS in der Bibliothek eines Pharmaunternehmens.
In: Spezialbibliotheken auf dem Weg zur virtuellen Bibliothek? 25. Arbeits- und Fortbildungstagung der ASpB/Sektion 5 im DBV, Hamburg, 21.-25.3.1995. Hrsg.: M. Reich. Karlsruhe : ASpB, 1995. S.163-174.
7Compier, H. ; Campbell, R.: ADONIS gathers momentum and faces some new problems.
In: Interlending and document supply. 23(1995) no.3, S.22-25.
Abstract: Describes the change in the perception of the ADONIS project 14 years after its introduction. Outlines the original mission to use new technology to provide copies of copyright articles more effiently, and to take net efficiency gain as a usage of copyright fee. Details the present ADONIS service - its mission is the same although the manner of achieving it has changed - providing a history of the last 10 years; lists recent developments, planned developments and highlights the main problems of ADONIS to be pricing
8Schmitz-Esser, W.: ¬Der Fachzeitschriftenaufsatz elektronisch auf den Tisch.
In: Infodoc. 20(1994) H.6, S.21-23.
Abstract: Der Traum des Wissenschaftlers, der auf seine Fachzeitschriften angewiesen ist: die 'heißen' Aufsätze gleich auf den Tisch, den Hausverteiler nicht erst abwarten müssen, sich den Gang zur Bibliothek sparen! Im Fachbereich Humanmedizin und Biowissenschaften wurde die Wunschvorstellung jetzt Wirklichkeit
9Stern, B.T.: ¬The new ADONIS.
In: Serials. 5(1992) no.3, S.37-43.
Abstract: Reports on the 2 year trail period of the document delivery system ADONIS, made for the pharmaceutical industry. A market survey reports the needs of the pharmaceutical industry for such a product. Its success as a CD-ROM product depends on rapid conversion from paper in less than 3 weeks and special compression techniques to limit the number of CD-ROMs produced. Discusses handling of source material, the production software, errata handling and the hardware. Considers current developments, the benefits of using ADONIS generally and those for the publishers
10Compier, H.J.C. ; Campbell, R.M.: ADONIS - latest developments and its role in the changing publisher/library relationship.
In: Health libraries review. 9(1992) no.1, S.3-13.
Abstract: Describes the background to the ADONIS concept, recent developments and technical advances focusing on the benefits to the library community of improvements in software performance. Discusses the publisher/librarian relationship and future technical developments
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren
11Korwitz, U.: ADONIS - between myth and reality : trail document supply using CD-ROM technology.
In: IFLA journal. 16(1990) no.2, S.215-219.
Abstract: ADONIS is a trial document delivery service supplying journals on CD-ROM published in 1987 and 1988. Its aim is to explore an alternative to storing and photocopying the paper issues. Libraries should save money, which can be shared with publishers in the form of licence fees. The Central Library of Medicine in Cologne is a test site. It has shown that the technology can work, but not without problems. Searching times are too long, the rate of unavailability of articles on disc is too high, the print-out quality should be improved and the journal titles should be more carefully selected. As yet the technology is neither cost-effective nor reliable. The ADONIS Board has decided to begin a fully operated ADONIS service in Jan 91, with 437 periodicals included, selected according to the demand by pharmaceutical companies. These will be scanned and stored on CD-ROM with up to 15.000 (later 50.000) pages per disc. The service will be aimed at the pharmaceutical industry and large document supply centres.
Anmerkung: Updated version of a paper delivered at the 55th IFLA Council and General Conference, Paris Aug 89.
12Barden, P.: ADONIS : the British Library experience.
In: Interlending and document supply. 18(1990), no.3, S.88-91.
Abstract: Examines the way in which the ADONIS automated document delivery system was implemented at the British Library Document Supply Centre (BLDSC). Looks at the problems incurred during the attempt to integrate procedures for an ADONIS system within BLDSC's conventional (manual) document supply procedures regarding hardware, systems and integration. Outlines a costing model devised to assess the costs of photocopying as opposed to the ADONIS method, dividing the costs into the categories of systems and staffing. It was difficult to assess comparative costs with precision because figures for the acquisition costs of the ADONIS CD-ROM's were unavailable, but it became clear that (excluding acquisitions costs) the ADONIS service was competitive with the conventional photocopy supply. International co-operation is important in the success of any such trial.
13Tuck, W.R.: New directions for document delivery : QUARTET's experiments with ADONIS.
In: Interlending and document supply. 3(1989) no.17, S.94-100.
Abstract: Project QUARTET has been experomenting for some time with the idea of a fully automatic documet delivery, able to provide users with source material on request for an electronic store. The ADONIS data base of 219 biomedical journals on CD-ROM formed the primary material for the experiments. The results have shown that such systems are technically feasible and may have considerable benefit in providing research workers with a rapid information delivery service that avoids some of the inherent costs of more traditional methodes.
Objekt: QUARTET ; ADONIS
14Ridley, M.J. ; Yannakoudakis, E.J.: ¬The DOCMATCH project.
In: Outlook of research libraries. 11(1989) no.9, S.3-7.
Abstract: Outlines the ADONIS system: an experiment in which the contents of over 200 biomedical journals are scanned and stored on CD-ROM describes how the DOCMATCH project uses the Universal Standard Bibliographic Code to link bibliographic data bases to the ADONIS workstation, thus automating the ink from reference to full text data base. The DOCMATCH workstation at document supply centres divides orders into ADONIS material and non-ADONIS material so that the ADONIS workstation can then process the material automatically.
Objekt: ADONIS ; DOCMATCH
15Tuck, B.: Integrated document delivery systems : the APOLLO, ADONIS and QUARTET experiments.
In: Netlink. 5(1989) no.1, S.5-8.
Abstract: The proliferation of periodical titles and increasing costs of centralised document delivery systems, coupled with declining library budgets, has led to efforts aimed at automating the document delivery process. Reviews some of the research projects undertaken in this area inclu-ding: APOLLO (satellites), HERMES (high speed telex) and ADONIS (CD-ROMs). The emergence of ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Ntework) and its UK version IDA (Integrated Digital Access), as a document delivery medium is discussed in relation to the Quartet Project undertaken at University College London.
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren
Objekt: APOLLO ; ADONIS ; HERMES