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bibliographic

adjective Referring to a bibliography, or the history of books.
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The study is theoretical in that it has the purpose of guiding the operation of ProKnow-C as needed for the selection of a relevant bibliographic portfolio and aligned with the theme of performance evaluation in the public sector, so that other researchers can make use of this instrument for their research (ALAVI & CARLSON, 1992).
Recognizing the need to advance bibliographic exchange, the Library of Congress initiated a community discussion on the Future of Bibliographic Control in 2006, and the working group's report of its recommendations was published in January 2008.
Bibliographic control activities have generally developed in Africa randomly over the years.
Neil Wilson, head of metadata services at the British Library, said: "By making our bibliographic data available for wider, non-commercial use, we want to encourage users beyond the traditional library world to explore and use this important international resource.
The two other essays positioned by the editors as "textual studies" are more close readings than bibliographic analyses.
I thought it was a great idea--it provided students with the opportunity to get extensive help on a specific topic, and it provided us librarians with the opportunity to teach these students about the library's resources, evaluating research, and a multitude of things that didn't always make it into the bibliographic instruction sessions because of time constraints, not enough computers, too many students .
com is its 130 years of experience and expertise as the world's foremost provider of global English language bibliographic data," said Cairns.
They published Bibliographic Description of Rare Books and its second edition, Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books, but as an institution have had no direct involvement with this revision.
EndNote comes into its own for searching online bibliographic databases, such as Medline or university catalogs.
However, modern bibliographic software offers a light at the end of the research and writing tunnel.
CHINESE LIBRARY (CLIB) WAS CREATED AS A PILOT PROJECT IN SINGAPORE to demonstrate distributed multilingual searching of heterogeneous bibliographic library databases.
Attendees will see the latest versions of EndNote([R]), the popular bibliographic software, EndNote([R]) Web, the online bibliographic tool that complements and integrates seamlessly with EndNote desktop and the ISI Web of Knowledge(SM) research platform, and RefViz[TM], a text analysis tool that searches for and visually displays references instantly.