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            The Public-Access Computer Systems Review

Volume 5, Number 2 (1994)                          ISSN 1048-6542

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Electronic Publishing on Networks: Part II of a Selective

     By Charles W. Bailey, Jr. (pp. 5-14)

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This bibliography presents selected works, published between 1992
and the present, that are useful in understanding network-based
electronic publishing.  Key sources that deal with related
topics, such as digital libraries, intellectual property rights,
the NII and the NREN, and network software tools, are also
included.  It does not provide detailed coverage of the large
body of literature that deals with general electronic publishing

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            The Public-Access Computer Systems Review


Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
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Communications: Dana Rooks, University of Houston

Editorial Board

Ralph Alberico, University of Texas, Austin
George H. Brett II, Clearinghouse for Networked Information
     Discovery and Retrieval
Priscilla Caplan, University of Chicago
Steve Cisler, Apple Computer, Inc.
Walt Crawford, Research Libraries Group
Lorcan Dempsey, University of Bath
Pat Ensor, University of Houston
Nancy Evans, Pennsylvania State University, Ogontz
Charles Hildreth, READ, Ltd.
Ronald Larsen, University of Maryland
Clifford Lynch, Division of Library Automation,
     University of California
David R. McDonald, Tufts University
R. Bruce Miller, University of California, San Diego
Paul Evan Peters, Coalition for Networked Information
Mike Ridley, University of Waterloo
Peggy Seiden, Skidmore College
Peter Stone, University of Sussex
John E. Ulmschneider, North Carolina State University

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