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8.3 What library-related newsgroups are available?




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This article is from the Libraries FAQ, by Anthony Wilson paw@iglou.com with numerous contributions by others.

8.3 What library-related newsgroups are available?

Soc.libraries.talk is the only Usenet group specifically aimed at
librarians. Some library related listservs (e-mail distributed
discussion groups) are converted to the newsgroup format and can be
read on Usenet. These listservs include:
bit.listserv.advanc-l (Geac Advance Library System)
bit.listserv.arie-l (RLG Ariel Document Transmission System)
bit.listserv.asis-l (American Society for Information Science)
bit.listserv.autocat (Library Cataloging and Authorities)
bit.listserv.axslib-l (Project EASI: Library Access for Persons with
Disabilities)
bit.listserv.buslib-l (Business Librarians)
bit.listserv.cdromlan (CD-ROM LANs)
bit.listserv.circplus (Circulation and Access Services)
bit.listserv.cwis-l (Campus-Wide Information Systems)
bit.listserv.govdoc-l (Government Documents)
bit.listserv.hytel-l (HYTELNET Updates Distribution)
bit.listserv.innopac (Innovative Interfaces Users)
bit.listserv.libref-l (Discussion of Library Reference Issues)
bit.listserv.lis-l (Library and Information Science Students)
bit.listserv.medlib-l (Medical and Health Sciences Library Students)
bit.listserv.mla-l (Music Library Association)
bit.listserv.nettrain (Internet/BITNET Network Trainers)
bit.listserv.notis-l (NOTIS Users)
bit.listserv.pacs-l (Public-Access Computer Systems)
bit.listserv.vpiej-l (Publishing E-Journals: Publishing, Archiving,
and Access)

 

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