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close this bookExpanding Access to Science and Technology (UNU, 1994, 462 pages)
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close this folderKeynote presentation: the impact of information technology on the access to science
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Diversity of information requirements
View the document3. Numeric and factual databases
View the document4. Evaluation and quality control
View the document5. Traditional access mechanisms
View the document6. Electronic access to scientific data
View the document7. Data as an international commodity
View the document8. The future
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