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RE: Suchwerkzeuge (Fortsetzung II)

Moin aus Hamburg,

hier noch ein weiterer Tip.


Michael Koehn

Michael Koehn, Student des Bibliothekswesen
Fachbereich Bibliothek und Information
Fachhochschule Hamburg
E-Mail: mkoehn _at__ rrz.uni-hamburg.de

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Date: Tue, 1 Aug 1995 20:31:20 -0400
From: Jane Dundas Library <dundasj _at__ govonca2.gov.on.ca>
To: Multiple recipients of list <publib-net _at__ nysernet.org>
Subject: RE: search engines (fwd)

Thanks very much to those who sent me valuable info. on search engines.  
In addition to the following message, There are some more:

1. `Hop, Skip, and Jump:Navigating the World-Wide Web' in Internet World, 
April 1995, p.41-44

2. During a presentation at CLA conference in June 1995 entitled `Is the 
Web navigable', there were very helpful handouts, they are avualable at:
Kathryn Paul and Kathleen Mathews who did the presentation at the 
conference are preparing an article for the CLA journal, Feliciter, (Jan. 
1996) on the subject.
Pauline Kwan

Jane Dundas Library (416)-394-1014  Greetings! :-)!

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Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 20:50:25 -0400 (EDT)
From: Amy Terlaga <TERLAGA _at__ SCSUD.CTSTATEU.EDU>
To: dundasj _at__ govonca2.gov.on.ca
Subject: RE: search engines


Thanks so much for getting back to me so quickly.  I've
done a little searching myself.  You might want to check out
the following:

http://www.sils.umich.edu/(tilda here)fprefect/matrix/overview-text.html



These are okay.  However, I'm still looking... 

My address:

Amy Terlaga
100 Forest Street
Hamden, CT  06518

Thanks again,

Terlaga _at__ scsu.ctstateu.edu

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