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Archive for April, 2007

19 Apr

Refworks promotion in the Netherlands, or: what criteria for bibliographic management software?

Refworks, challenging the monopoly of the Thomson-ISI family of bibliographic management software organised a well visited (c. 35 people) seminar in Utrecht today. Refworks claims hundreds licensing universities in the US, Britain and continental Europe, but the Netherlands still only boosts two universities working with Refworks (Rotterdam and Utrecht). Although there are some clear advantages […]

06 Apr

Vinden en verbinden (finding and linking)

Today, well by now yesterday, I visited a full day Dutch academic libraries seminar on the future of bibliographic control, much discussed in de US, but also here at home in the Netherlands. This session was born out of a comparable one held a year ago. There where 6 speakers. I was much impressed by the […]

05 Apr

Hi

Just want to say hi to all who stumble upon this fresh blog. My intention is to add to and comment on discussions on search, retrieval, libraries, academic and scientific information, fact and fiction and the brave new world that lies ahead. I may have a thought once in a while that I’d like to share. […]

05 Apr

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My intention is to add to and comment on discussions on search, retrieval, libraries, academic and scientific information, fact and fiction and the brave new world that lies ahead. I may have a thought once in a while that I’d like to share. Rest assured, I won’t share them all, and won’t bother you on […]

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