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Present and future capabilities of the online journal

Autor: Thomas Butler Hickey
Edición/Formato:   Artículo : Inglés (eng)
Base de datos:WorldCat
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Electronic versions of traditional paper journals offer a number of advantages, most of which have been more than offset by the electronic journals' disadvantages. Advances in computing developed primary for the office environment are reducing the technical disadvantages to the point where electronic formats are rapidly approaching parity of ease of use and convenience with paper. -- Electronic journals are
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Tipo de documento Artículo
Todos autores / colaboradores: Thomas Butler Hickey
Número OCLC: 56385538
En: Library trends
Notas: Caption title.
Descripción: pages 528-543.
Responsabilidad: Thomas B. Hickey.

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Electronic versions of traditional paper journals offer a number of advantages, most of which have been more than offset by the electronic journals' disadvantages. Advances in computing developed primary for the office environment are reducing the technical disadvantages to the point where electronic formats are rapidly approaching parity of ease of use and convenience with paper. -- Electronic journals are currently being developed in three main formats : simple text, page image, and structured text. Each of these formats has its own strenghts and weakness, and there are some combinations of the three that offer interesting capabilities. -- Automation is often described as automating what we currently do, which in turn changes what we do, resulting in another generation of automation. In many ways, changing what we do occurs simultaneously with the automation of an activity as users of information develop new ways to use the electronic medium. The role traditional journals play.

Is changing as it becomes much easier for individuals to publish articles directly.

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