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025.0 Ariadne A print and Web magazine of Internet issues for librarians and information specialists. Aims to describe and evaluate sources and services on the Internet relevant to the LIS profession, and report on progress and developments within the Electronic Libraries Programme. Back issues available online from 1996.


025.0 Digitising Journals Collection of papers presented at the Conference on Future Strategies for European Libraries held in Copenhagen. Offers PowerPoint versions of papers and slides, and a listing of participants.


025.0 D-lib Full text magazine with stories, commentary, briefings and a collection of resources for digital library research.


025.0 InfoTrain Electronic training journal for research in information management, focusing on the techniques and technologies surrounding the production, maintenance and distribution of electronic texts.


025.04 Internet Resources Newsletter Monthly newsletter which aims to raise awareness of new sources of information on the Internet, particularly those relevant to academic research interests.


025.0 Journal of Digital Information Online journal which publishes papers on the management, presentation and uses of information in digital environments. Themes include digital information design, digital libraries, hypermedia systems, information management, intelligent agents, interfaces to digital information, and social consequences. Access to peer-reviewed papers is free but requires registration.


025.00411 WIDWISAWN Who’s Doing What in Scotland and Who’s Not (WIDWISAWN) is a free electronic magazine providing an open forum for discussions on research and development initiatives for a coherent electronic information environment to support ‘Virtual Scotland’. Focusing in particular at those with interests in this area in the libraries, archives and museums sectors, it aims to provide practical information on sources of expertise in Scotland and to identify areas where expertise needs to be discovered or developed. Articles cover particular initiatives or projects in which Scottish libraries, archives or museums are engaged.


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