List of all accepted papers (sorted by name)

Information Resources for Social Sciences and Humanities
Session coordinator: Filip Vojtášek,  Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 24. 5. 2006, 13:30 - 17:00, Auditorium D

Oxford's Virtual Online Library

Author: Anita Joice,  Oxford University Press, United Kingdom

Co-author: Kamran Kardan / Oxford University Press


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About the author

Anita Joice, Sales Executive, Online Products, Oxford University Press

Other papers in this session:

Information Resources for Social Sciences and Humanities: Generalization, Specifics and Interesting Facts

Author: Petra Šedinová, Masaryk University in Brno - Faculty of Education, Czech Republic

European Social Fund as a Resource for Electronic Information Resources Funding

Author: Milan Kovář, Jabok, Czech Republic

The Future of Search and Information Retrieval. Build Your Own eLibrary

Author: Mechthild Geesen, K. G. Saur Verlag, A Part of The Thomson Corporation, Germany

Manuscriptorium Digital Library

Author: Stanislav Psohlavec, AiP Beroun s.r.o., Czech Republic

FACTIVA.COM – Better Decisions. Faster.

Author: Johanna Bristow, ProQuest Information and Learning, United Kingdom

Getting the Most out of SourceOECD

Author: François Barnaud, OECD, France

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