Vol. 8, No. 1
Seizing the Moment: Harnessing the Information Technologies. [Abstract]
Steve Bankes and Carl Builder with Robert Anderson, Richard A. Bitzinger,
Hugh Desantis, Constance Greaser, Peter Jacobson, Dana Johnson,
Richard Leghorn, Jeff Marquis, Marc Dean Millot, David Ronfeldt,
and Norman Shapiro.
Vol. 8, No. 2
Dreams and realities: The International Dimension of the 1991 White
House Conference on Library and Information Services.
Robert Lee Chartrand.
A Keynote to the Pre-Conference Symposium on the International
Aspects of the White House Conference on Library and Information
Toni Carbo Bearman.
The Essentialities of Productivity in Information Services.[Abstract]
Joseph W. Duncan.
Multimedia Technology as the Catalyst for a New Form of Literacy.
Gary R. Rowe.
Reflections on Democracy: Channels and Challenges. [Abstract]
Elizabeth L. Young.
Global Information in Transition: New Technologies and Competitive
Kenneth W. Bleakley.
The New World Information Order. [Abstract]
George M. Kroloff.
International Communications and Information in the 1990s: Forces
and Trends. [Abstract]
Oswald H. Ganley.
Why Information Management Is an International Issue. [Abstract]
Forest Woody Horton, Jr.
Vol. 8, No. 3
Megatrends or Megamistakes? What Ever Happened to the Information
Developing Third World Telecommunications Markets. [Abstract]
Edwin B. Parker.
EDI System Integration: A Definition and Literature Survey. [Abstract]
Paula M.C. Swatman and Paul A. Swatman.
Vol. 8, No. 4
Fragments of Your Communication: Email, Vmail, and Fax. [Abstract]
M.Lynne Markus, Tora K.Bikson, Maha El-Shinnawy, and Louise L. Soe.
Information and Development: Some reasons for Failures. [Abstract]
Cyberocracy Is Coming. [Abstract]
From Thinking to Tinkering: The Grassroots of Strategic Information
Claudio U. Ciborra.
From Cobol to Diction. [Abstract]