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Discussion List on Digital Reference Services (fwd)

Liebe KollegInnen, 
ich glaube, dass die nachfolgend weitergeleitete message
fuer einige von ihnen nuetzlich sein kann:

> Date: Fri, 9 Jan 1998 
> From: Joann Wasik <jmwasik _at__ ericir.syr.edu>
> To: Multiple recipients 
> Subject: Digital Reference Services

> *********************************************************
> The Virtual Reference Desk (http://www.vrd.org) announces the DIG_REF
> Listserv. DIG_REF is a forum for the growing number of people and
> organizations answering the questions of users via the INTERNET. From
> Ask-an-Expert (AskA) services to libraries, an increasing number of
> organizations are creating digital reference services to provide expert
> information and reference help.
> DIG_REF seeks to bring together experts who answer questions, as well as
> librarians, organizations and associations dedicated to meeting the
> reference needs of their users via the Internet. The list will discuss
> all aspects of providing question & answer services over the worldwide
> network, from service creation and implementation to issues of services
> and quality. This list will also provide information on the Virtual
> Reference Desk project and developments in the field of digital
> reference.
> To subscribe to DIG_REF, just do this:
> 1.  Send an e-mail message to:  LISTSERV _at__ LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> 2.  In the first line of the message, type:
> SUBSCRIBE DIG_REF Firstname Lastname
> (Of course, you would substitute your actual name in the line, such as
> "SUBSCRIBE DIG_REF John Doe" No quotes necessary
> The DIG_REF listserv computer will respond with an informative message,
> which will ask for a confirmation. You will then be added if you properly
> follow the directions.
> -- 
> Tricia Steel
> tsteel _at__ library.croydon.gov.uk

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