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COMPACT DISC READ ONLY MEMORY 

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371 Selected Citations 
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CD-ROM: COMPACT DISC - READ ONLY MEMORY 



This bibliography was prepared expressly for the Evaluation Forum: MEDLINE on CD-ROM held at 
the National Library of Medicine on September 23, 1988. The Forum was organized by the Library, 
and featured representatives of biomedical library and clinical sites that participated in the evaluation 
of seven commercially-available CD-ROM products containing subsets of the MEDLINE database. 
MEDLINE is the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database covering the fields of 
medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and the preclinical sciences; it contains about six 
million records from 1966 forward. 

CD-ROM has emerged as an important alternative access medium for scientific, technical, business, 
and a host of other informational databases. The subjects in this publication, therefore, are broader 
than the specific theme of the Forum and are intended to address the needs of various user groups 
with an interest in this technology and its applications. In addition to MEDLINE on CD-ROM, for 
example, it contains citations to articles about public access library catalogs, economic issues, specific 
databases, and standards. In gathering references, the MEDLINE and Health Planning & 
Administration databases of the National Library of Medicine were searched as well as ERIC, 
Information Science Abstracts, INSPEC, and LISA. The majority of the material comes from the 
non-NLM databases, and is not available in the National Library of Medicine's collection. 

This bibliography is not intended to be exhaustive, and the exclusion of a particular item is no 
reflection on its quality or usefulness. The purpose is to indicate to the audience the type and range 
of materials available and to provide a starting point for further investigation. 

This bibliography has been divided into four sections. The first section includes journal articles 
subdivided by topical area. Citations may appear under more than one topic. The second and third 
sections contain citations for monographs and serial titles. An author index comprises the final 
section, in which each author's name is followed by the page number on which his or her citation 
appears. 



SAMPLE CITATIONS 



Citations in this bibliographic series are formatted according to rules established for Index Medicus. 
Sample journal and monograph citations appear below. 



Journal Article: 

Authors Article Title 

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Kuhlman JR ; Lee ES. Data-power to the people. 
Am Libr 1986 Nov;17(10):757-8, 760, 778 

^ / I \ I 

Abbreviated Journal Date Volume Issue Pages 
Title 



Monograph: 



Author Title 

/ / 

Intner, Shiela S. Microcomputer environment: management issues. 
Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1987. 248p. 

/ I / \ 

Place of Publication Publisher Date No. of Pages 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

I. Journal Articles and Conference Papers 

General 1 

Online Public Access Catalogs 4 

MEDLINE 5 

Bibliographies/Directories 5 

Hardware/Software 5 

Cost/Economics 7 

Databases 8 

Publishing 10 

Products 11 

Standards 11 

Libraries 12 

Document Delivery 14 

Evaluation 14 

Work Stations 15 

II. Monographs 16 

III. Serial Titles 17 

IV. Author Index i 



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I. JOURNAL ARTICLES 



GENERAL 



Abeytunga PK. CD-ROMs on the job-one 
organization's experience. CIPS Rev 1986 
Nov;10(6):17-9 

Alberico R. Print and CD-ROM: we need 
them both. Small Comput Libr 1987 Jun; 
7(6):8-12 

Anderson DT ; Setter C. Managing sequence 
data on a CD-ROM. Am Biotechnol 1988; 
6(3):54 

Archer D ; Rawsthorn S ; Robinson B. What 
is CD-ROM? Libr Info Res News 1986; 
9(34):29-32 

Arnold SE. A baker's dozen of CD-ROM 
myths. Electron Opt Publ Rev 1987 Jun; 
7(2):58-63 

Arnold SE. Electronic information on CD-a 
product or a service. Online 1987 Nov; 
11:56-60 

Baldwin C. CD-ROM services and products. 
In: Stanford-Smith B ; Hendley T ; Walsh 
R, editors. Report on the Intensive 
Workshop on CD-ROM. A Joint Project 
by the CEC (DG XH1B) and EURIPA, 12- 
13 Feb 1987, Luxembourg. Wilmslow, 
Cheshire, UK: Europe Information 
Industry Assoc., 1987. p.68-70 

Bardes D'E. Attention novices: friendly intro 
to shiny disks. Libr Software Rev 1986 Jul- 
Aug;5(4):240-5 

Bartenbach B. The impact of optical disc 
publishing on the information community 
(CD-ROM-Read Only Memory). Inspel 
1986;20(4):205-20 

Borgman D. Information retrieval from CD- 
ROM: status quo or a revolution in end- 
user access. Can J Inf Sci 1987;12(3-4): 
43-53 

Biesel D. Old books - new technologies. Ref 
Libr 1986 Fall;(15):209-15 

Bovey JD ; Brown PJ. Interactive document 
display and its use in information retrieval. 
J Doc 1987 Jun;43(2):125-37 



Bowers RA. Opportunities in application 
design using optical technology. Electron 
Opt Publ Rev 1987 Dec;7(4): 182-5 

Bristow A Reference sources on CD-ROM at 
Indiana University. Electron Libr 1988 
Feb;6(l):24-9 

Brito CJ. Pan-American Health Organization 
CD-ROM pilot project. Inf Dev 1987 Oct; 
3:208-13 

Bunnell D. The challenge of CD-ROM. 
PC World 1986 Jun;4(6): 13-28 

CD-ROM special. Commun Technol Impact 
1986Aug;8(5):l-12 

Chen PPS. The compact disk ROM: how it 
works. IEEE Spectrum 1986 Apr;23(4): 
44-9 

Co F. CD-ROM and the library: problems and 
prospects. Small Comput Libr 1987 Nov; 
7(10):42-4, 46-9 

Collier H. Optical publishing: a who-is-doing- 
what appraisal. Electron Publ Rev 1985 
Dec;5(4):245-56 

Compact discs: the state of the art Bookseller 
1986 Mar l;(4184):844-6 

Crane N. Entering uncharted territory: 
putting CD-ROM in place. Wilson Libr 
Bull 1987 Dec;62(4):28-30 

Danziger PN. CD-ROM: is the future now? 
Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1987 Oct-Nov; 14: 19-20 

de Gooijer J. Much ado about CD-ROM. 
LASIE 1987 Jan-Feb;17(4):78-86 

Desmarais N. Buying and selling laserbases. 
Electron Opt Publ Rev 1986 Dec;6(4): 
184-8 

Desmarais N. Information management on a 
compact silver disc. Opt Inf Syst 1987 May- 
Jun;7(3):193-204 

Discussion: the videodisc, CD-ROM, 
downloading, and the future of online. 

Infotecture Eur 1985 Apr 2; (67): 1-2 

Durr WF. CD-ROM and information 
precision. In: National Online Meeting. 
Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting, 
5-7 May 1987, New York. Medford, NJ: 
Learned Information, 1987. p. 119-20 



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Dysart JI. Content critical for CD-ROM 
products: a user's view. In: National Online 
Meeting. Proceedings of the Eighth 
Annual Meeting, 5-7 May 1987, New York. 
Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1987. 
p.121-3 

Eaton NL. Receptivity of librarians to optical 
information technologies and products. 
Electron Opt Publ Rev 1986 Dec;6(4): 
190-2 

Ekengren B. Information retrieval-databases 
online or on CD-ROM-a question of today 
and tomorrow. In: Online Information 87. 
11th International Online Information 
Meeting, 8-10 Dec 1987, London. Oxford, 
Eng.: Learned Information, 1987. p.313-17 

Gale JC. Current trends in the optical storage 
industry. Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1987 Sep- 
Aug;13(6):12-4 

Gale JC ; Brownrigg EB ; Lynch CA. The 
impact of optical media on information 
publishing. Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1986 Aug- 
Sep;12(6):12-4 

Glossary of CD-ROM-related technical terms 
and acronyms. Opt Inf Syst 1986 May-Jun; 
6(3):230-4 

Harvey FA Emerging digital optical disc 
technologies: an opportunity and a 
challenge for educational researchers. 
AECT-RTD 1987 Fall;12(l):2-10 

Hatvany BR. Comparison of CD-ROM and 
online. In: Online Information 87. 11th 
International Online Information Meeting, 
8-10 Dec 1987, London. Oxford, Eng.: 
Learned Information, 1987. p.285-90 

Hatvany BR. Criteria for converting to CD- 
ROM. In: National Online Meeting. 
Proceedings of the Seventh Annual 
Meeting, 6-8 May 1986, New York. 
Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1986. 
p.163-6 

Helgerson LW. CD-ROM: a revolution in the 
making. Libr Hi Tech 1986 Spring;4(l):23-7 

Helliwell J. Innovations: the hand-held 
encyclopedia. Can Bus 1987 Feb;60(2):37, 
40, 42 

Hendley T. An introduction to CD-ROM 
(Compact Disc Read Only Memory). Inf 
Media Technol 1986 Summer; 19(3): 103-6 



Herther NIC CD-ROM and information 
dissemination: an update. Online 1987 
Mar;ll(2):56-64 

Herther NIC CD ROM technology: a new era 
for information storage and retrieval. 
Online 1985 Nov;9(6): 17-28 

Hickey TB ; Handley JC. Interactive display of 
text and graphics on an IBM PC. In: Helal, 
AH ; Weiss JW, editors. Impact of new 
information technology on international 
library cooperation. Essen Symposium, 8-11 
Sep 1986, Essen, Germany. Essen: Essen 
University Library, 1987. pl37-49. 

Hlava M. CD-ROM vs. online. Bull Am Soc 
Inf Sci 1987 Oct;14(l):14-27 

Jack RF. Oh, say can you CD-ROM. Bull Am 
Soc Inf Sci 1987 Oct-Nov;14:17-8 

Janke RV. Where is online headed? Library 
science students speak out. Online 1987 
Jan;ll(l):53-5 

Knerr L ; Nelson F ; Zuck G. CD-ROM: 
several subspecies. Tex Libr J 1986 Fall; 
62:158-9 

Kolin D. CDROM-deja vu? Database 1987 
Jun;10:6-7 

Kollegger J. Approaching the markets for 
CD-ROM. In: National Online Meeting. 
Proceedings of the Seventh Annual 
Meeting, 6-8 May 1986, New York. 
Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1986. 
p.251-5 

Kuhlman JR ; Lee ES. Data-power to the 
people. Am Libr 1986 Nov;17(10):757-8, 
760, 778 

Kuhn C. Questions and answers about CD- 
ROM. CALICO J 1987 Sep;5(l):73-6 

Lopez TM. CD-ROM: sweet music for 
information distribution? Int J Microgr 
Video Technol 1987;6(l-2):5-10 

Macmillan A CD-ROMs and after. Indexer 
1988 Apr; 16(1):17-21 

McGinty T. Three trailblazing technologies for 
schools. Electron Learn 1987 Sep;7(l): 
26-30 

Miller DC. Text as image: graphic data on 
CD-ROM. Inform 1987 Feb;l(2):27-7 



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Moore B. An introduction to CD-ROM 
technology. Show-Me Libr 1987 Aug;38: 
12-4 

Mortensen E. The CD-ROM debate: what is 
its potential value? Office 1988 May; 
107(5):71-2 

Nelson NM. The CD-ROM industry: a library 
market overview. Wilson Libr Bull 1987 
Dec;62(4):19-20 

Nelson NM. CD-ROM: fad or fashion? Colo 
Lib 1987 Dec;13:20-5 

Newhard R. Converting information into 
knowledge: the promise of CD-ROM. 
Wilson Libr Bull 1987 Dec;62(4):36-8 

Newhard R. Social/public library implications 
of CD-ROM. Technicalities 1987 Sep;7:3-5 

Norman-Watt R. Patents and CD-ROM. 
World Pat Info 1986;8(3): 175-6 

O'Connor MA. CD-ROM versus erasable 
compact disc. Videodisc Opt Disk 1985 
Nov-Dec;5(6):464-7 

O'Connor MA Education and CD-ROM. Opt 
Inf Syst 1986 Jul-Aug;6(4):329-31 

Paisley W ; Butler M. The first wave: CD- 
ROM adoption in offices and libraries. 
Microcomput Inf Manage 1987 Jun;4(2): 
109-27 

PeischI TM. Back to the warehouse. Or some 
implications on end user searching in 
libraries. In: National Online Meeting. 
Proceedings of the Seventh Annual 
Meeting, 6-8 May 1986, New York. 
Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1986. 
p347-52 

Peters CM. Acceptance of optical publishing 
by libraries. In: National Online Meeting. 
Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting, 
5-7 May 1987, New York. Medford, NJ: 
Learned Information, 1987. p.397-400 

Pooley CG. The CD-ROM marketplace: a 
producer's perspective. Wilson Libr Bull 
1987 Dec;62(4):24-6 

Preschel BM. Social science information on 
CD-ROM: concerns of database producers, 
libraries and end-users. In: Online 
Information 87. 11th International Online 
Information Meeting, 8-10 Dec 1987, 



London. Oxford, Eng: Learned 
Information, 1987. p.253-8 

Price JW. The Library of Congress use of 
microcomputers in the Optical Disk Pilot 
Program. Microcomput Inf Manage 1985 
Dec;2(4):241-50 

Price N ; Flatley J. Opting for high tech: 
implementing optical disk technology for 
government agencies. J Inf Image Manage 

1986 Oct;19(10):22-3, 25 

Price-Wilkin J. OPTEXT: government 
publications on CD-ROM. Ref Serv Rev 

1987 Summer;15(2):9-14 

Remmer D. Information image of the future 
(fileless hospital). Health Serv J 1988 
Apr 21;98(5097):5 

Review: a hi-tech training selection. Bank 
Technol 1988 Mar;5(3):32-4 

Saviers S. Reflections on CD-ROM: bridging 
the gap between technology and purpose. 
Ser Libr 1987 Fall;78(4):288-94 

Schaefer MT. CD-ROM arrives in the library: 
powerful databases marketed. Inf Retr Libr 
Autom 1986 Mar;21(10):l-5 

Schwerin JB. Microsoft and CD-ROM. 
Electron Opt Publ Rev 1987 Mar;7(l):22-5 

Siitonen L. Advancing optical disc technology 
for social sciences in non-high tech 
societies. INSPEL 1988; 22(l):70-83 

Sippings G. The use of information 
technology by information services: the 
Aslib information technology survey 1987. 
Electron Libr 1987 Dec; 5(6):354-7 

Slonin J ; Mole D ; Baues M. Write-once laser 
disc-technology. Libr Hi Tech 19853(4): 
27-42 

Smith SS ; Ryland JN. Applications that really 
work-fulfilling the promise of laser optic 
technology for information distribution. In: 
National Online Meeting. Proceedings of 
the Seventh Annual Meeting, 6-8 May 
1986, New York. Medford, NJ: Learned 
Information, 1986. p.421-5 

Stillger J ; Hartung V. Use of CD-ROM for 
patent information. World Pat Inf 1988; 
10(l):37-40 



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Sy KJ. CD-ROM and related technologies: 
challenges for federal information policy. 
Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1987 Aug-Sep;13(6): 
26-7 

Tenopir C. Publications on CD-ROM: 
librarians can make a difference. Libr J 
1987 Sep 15;112:62-3 

Van Hartevel t J. Advantages of CD-ROM for 
local access to computerized databases in 
developing countries, in comparison with 
traditional bibliographic services: suggested 
pilot projects. Q Bull Int Assoc Agri Libr 
Doc 1987;32(2):161-8 

Venkataraman SR. A new phase in 

publication and information retrieval. Can 
J Inf Sci 1986;ll(3):48-57 

Wertz RK. CD-ROM. A new advance in 
medical information retrieval. JAMA 1986 
Dec 26;256(24):3376-8 

White MS. Impact of optical disc technologies 
on the storage and distribution of patent 
and trademark information. World Pat Inf 
1986;8(3):177-81 

Williams BJS. Implications for preservation of 
the newer information media. Inf Media 
Technol 1985-86 Winter; 19(1): 13-5 

Williams ME. Highlights of the online 
database field: CD-ROM and new 
technologies vs. online. In: National Online 
Meeting. Proceedings of the Seventh 
Annual Meeting, 6-8 May 1986, New York. 
Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1986. 
p.1-4 

Wilson B ; Hubbard A Redefining the role of 
school media specialists-bridging the gap. 
Online 1987 Nov,ll(6):50-4 



ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOGS 



Akeroyd J. CD-ROM as an online public 
access catalogue. Electron Libr 1988 Apr; 
6(2):120-4 

Beiser K. Microcomputing. Wilson Libr Bull 
1987 Apr;61(8):40-1 

Bills LG ; Helgerson LW. CD-Rom public 
access catalogs: database creation and 
maintenance. Libr Hi Tech 1988;6(l):67-86 



Cassel RE. Pennsylvania's CD-ROM 
statewide union catalog. In: SCIL 1987. 
The Second Annual Software/Computer/ 
Database Conference and Exposition for 
Librarians and Information Managers, 
Conference Proceedings, 30 Mar-1 Apr 
1987, Arlington, Va. Westport, CT: 
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CD-ROM leads the way at ALA. Libr Syst 
Newsl 1987 Feb;7(2):9-14 

Chen CC. Libraries and CD-ROM. 

Microcomput Info Manage 1985 Jun;2(2): 
129-34 

Epler DM ; Cassel RE. ACCESS 

PENNSYLVANIA: a CD-ROM database 
project. Libr Hi Tech 1987 Fall;5(3):81-92 

Harrison N ; Murphy B. Multisensory public 
access catalogs on CD-ROM. Libr Hi Tech 
1987 Fall;5(3):77-80 

Helgerson LW. Acquiring a CD-ROM public 
access catalog system. I. The bottom line 
may not be the top priority. Libr Hi Tech 
1987 Fall;5(3):49-75 

Herther NIC LaserCat from WLN... an 
interview with David Andresen, Marketing 
Director for Lasercat. Online 1987 May; 
ll(3):135-8 

Hildreth CR. CD-ROM public access library 
catalogues: uses, advantages, problems. In: 
Helal AN ; Weiss JW, editors. Impact of 
New Information Technology on 
International Library Cooperation. Essen 
Symposium, 8-11 Sep 1986, Essen, 
Germany. Essen: Essen University Library, 
1987. p.151-77 

Hoffmann J. Strengthening small library 
service with WLN's LaserCat CD-ROM. 
In: Optical Publishing and Storage: 
Products that Work. Proceedings of 
Optical Publishing and Storage '87 - The 
Conference on the Applications of Optical 
Information Systems in Publishing, 11-13 
Nov 1987, New York. Medford, NJ: 
Learned Information, 1987. p .57-65 

Schaub JA CD-ROM for public access 
catalog. Libr Hi Tech 1985;3(3):7-13 

Watson PD. CD-ROM catalogs - evaluating 
LePac and looking ahead. Online 1987 Sep; 
ll(5):74-80 



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Watson PD. Distributing an online catalog on 
CDROM...The University of Illinois 
experience. Online 1987 Mar;ll(2):65-74 

Wilsondisc Readers Guide to Periodical 
Literature. Booklist 1987 Dec 1;84:609-10 

Webber SAE. Are you suffering from 

blinkered front ends? In: Proceedings, 10th 
International Online Information Meeting, 
1986, London. Oxford, Eng: Learned 
Information, 1986. p. 185-98 



MEDLINE 



Broering NC ; Larson RH ; Bagdoyan HE. An 
enhanced miniMEDLINE SYSTEM: 
abstracts, more journals, and CD-ROM. 
Ser Rev 1986 Summer-Fall;12(2-3):33-9 

Capodagli JA ; Mardikian J ; Uva PA 

MEDLINE on compact disc: end-user on 
searching Compact Cambridge. Bull Med 
Libr Assoc 1988 Apr;76(2):181-3 

Compact Cambridge-Medline. A review of the 
Medline CD-ROM. Electron Opt Publ Rev 

1987 Mar;7(l):26-31 

Glitz B. Testing the new technology: 

MEDLINE on CD-ROM in an academic 
health science library. Spec Libr 1988 
Winter;79(l):28-33 

Kemp R. Compact Cambridge-MEDLINE: a 
review of the MEDLINE CD-ROM. 
Electron Opt Publ Rev 1987 Mar;7(l):26-9 

Purcell R. MEDLINE on micro. Small 
Comput Libr 1987 Jul;7:16-8 

Silver H. Managing a CDROM installation: a 
case study at Hahnemann University. 
Online 1988 Mar;12(2):61-6 

Tennenhouse M. MEDLINE on CD-ROM at 
the University of Manitoba Medical 
Library. Bibl Med Can 1987;8(4):209-11 

Whitsed N. Compact Cambridge: Running 
MEDLINE on CD-ROM. Comput Libr 

1988 Mar;l(7):4-5 



BIBLIOGRAPHIES/DIRECTORIES 



Connolly B. Laserdisk directory. Part 1. 
Database 1986 Jun;9(3): 15-26 

Connolly B. Laserdisk directory. Part 2. 
Online 1986 Jul; 10(4):39-49 

Connolly B. Laserdisk directory. Part 3. 
Database 1986 Aug;9(4):34-9 

Connolly B. Laserdisk directory. Part 4. 
Online 1986 Sep;10(5):54-8 

Connolly B. Laserdisk directory. Part 5. 
Database 1986 Dec;9(6):46-8 

Nazim AM S. Directory of databases on optical 
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Rechel M. How to keep up: absolutely 
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Roose T. The new papyrus: CD-ROM in your 
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Tenopir C. Databases on CD-ROM. Libr J 
1986 Mar l;lll:68-9 

Swora T ; Fischer A. Technical services in 
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Serv 1986 Jul-Sep;30(3): 183-217 



HARDWARE/SOFTWARE 



Alberico R. Search hardware: latest and 
greatest. Database Searcher 1988 Mar; 
4(3):13-24 

Allen RJ. The CD-ROM Services of 
SilverPlatter Information, Inc. Libr Hi 
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Bonta BD. CD-ROM in the social science 
reference room. INSPEL 1988;22(l):44-7 

Brandis R. CD-ROM review: PC-SIG public 
domain library. PC Consult 1987 Jul; 
3(4):4-5,9 



Brunell D. Comparing CD-ROM products. 
Act Libr 1987 Nov;13(ll):l-2 



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Brunell D. Comparing CD-ROM products. Pt. 
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Cichocki EM ; Ziemer SM. Design 
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Coolidge RC. The software factor. L Making 
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Davies DH. The CD-ROM medium. J Am Soc 
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Desmarais N. An evaluation of the PC-laser 
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Inf Syst 1988 Jan-Feb;8(l):14-8 

Fenichel CH. The linear file. For optical disks 
and information retrieval the time is now: a 
librarians view from the NFAIS meeting. 
Database 1986 Jun;9(3):6-8 

Ferrell MS ; Parkhurst CA. Using LaserQuest 
for retrospective conversion on MARC 
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Goldstein CM. Optical disk technology and 
information. Science 1982 Feb;215(4534): 
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Goldstein CM. Storage technology: present 
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Greenberg E. INFOTRAC-a case study-a 
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Hamilton FK Company model: from online 
to CD-ROM: database design. Bull Am 
Soc Inf Sci 1987 Oct-Nov; 14:25-6 

Helgerson LW. CD-ROM search and retrieval 
software: the requirements and realities. 
Ubr Hi Tech 1986 Summer ;4(2):68-77 

Herther NK. Apple, computers, and CD- 
ROM. Database 1987 Dec; 10(6) :9 1-6 



Hurley G. Considering a compact disc system? 
OCLC Micro 1987 Jun;3(3):23-4 

McCarthy P. CD ROM-an alternative 
information distribution medium. In: 
Online Information 85. 9th International 
Online Information Meeting, 3-5 Dec 1985, 
London. Oxford, Eng: Learned 
Information, 1985. p. 163-9 

McQueen J. Hardware decisions for CD- 
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Nov;14:26-7 

Melin N. Cutting edge. Wilson Libr Bull 1987 
Apr;61(8):36-7 

Murphy B. CD-ROM and libraries. Libr Hi 
Tech 1985;3(2):21-6 

Myers E. Big Blue and the optical disc market 
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Newhard R. A shoppers guide to CD-ROM. 
Pub Libr 1987 Winter;26: 149-50 

Nugent RW. Lots of information please: the 
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OCLC search software enhanced. Inf Retr 
Libr Autom 1987 Dec;23(7):l-2 

Oren T. The compact disk ROM: applications 
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Pooley CG. SilverPlarter brings CDROM to 
the reference desk. Database 1986 Aug; 
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Rivett M. Videodiscs and digital optical disks. 
J Inf Sci 1987;13(l):25-34 

Schaefer MT. New hardware, software debut 
in CD-ROM technologies geared for 
libraries and information centers. Inf Retr 
Libr Autom 1986 Apr;21(ll):l-5 

Schwerin JB. Optical systems for information 
delivery and storage. Electron Publ Rev 
1985 Sep;5(3):193-8 



Seddon G. CD-ROM services and products 
Herther NIC The silver disk-access software (BRS/Search). In: Stanford-Smith B ; 

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Database 1986 Aug;9(4):93-7 the Intensive Workshop on CD-ROM. A 



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Joint Project by the CEC (DG XmB) and 
EURIPA, 12-13 Feb 1987, Luxembourg. 
Wilmslow, Cheshire, UK: Europe 
Information Industry Assoc.,1987. p.58-60 

Silver H. Managing a CDROM installation: a 
case study at Hahnemann University. 
Online 1988 March;12(2):61-6 

Steinbrecher D. Optical disks go head to head 
with traditional storage media. Todays Off 

1987 Oct;22(5):24-6, 28-30 

Tally RD. Case study: creating a CD-ROM 
with the help of a simulator. Bull Am Soc 
Inf Sci 1987 Aug-Sep; 13(6) :2 1-2 

Tiampo JM. Update on retrieval software 
products. Opt Inf Syst 1988 Mar- Apr; 
8(2):86-8 

Welsh J ; Martin S. Public domain software 
on compact disc: an instant software 
collection for libraries. Small Comput Libr 

1988 Feb;8(2):29-30 

Williams I. CD-ROM products and services 
(CD/Guide). In: Stanford-Smith B ; 
Hendley T ; Walsh R, editors. Report on 
the Intensive Workshop on CD-ROM. A 
Joint Project by the CEC (DG XIHB) and 
EURIPA, 12-13 Feb 1987, Luxembourg. 
Wilmslow, Cheshire, UK: Europe 
Information Industry Assoc., 1987. p.50-7 

Zoellick B. CD-ROM software development. 
Byte 1986 May;ll(5):177-88 



COST/ECONOMICS 



Alberico R. Justifying CD-ROM. Small 
Comput Libr 1987 Feb;7(2): 18-20 

Berry J. The economy of library automation. 
Libr J 1986 Nov 1;111(18):LC3, LC8, 
LC20, LC25, LC30 

Biesel D. Old books - new technologies. Ref 
Libr 1986 Fall;(15):209-15 

Cohen E ; Young M. Cost comparison of 
abstracts and indexes on paper, CD-ROM, 
and online. Opt Inf Syst 1986 Nov-Dec; 
6(6):485-90 



Desmarais N. Buying and selling laserbases. 
Electron Opt Publ Rev 1986 Dec;6(4): 
184-8 

Eaton NL ; Crane NB. Integrating electronic 
information systems into the reference 
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Gatten JN. Purchasing CD-ROM products: 
considerations for a new technology. Libr 
Acq 1987;11(4):273-81 

Gibbons P. Pricing software and information 
on CD-ROM. Electron Opt Publ Rev 1987 
Dec;7(4):176-80 

Gray E. To film or not to film: that is the 
question! an essay. Int J Microgr Video 
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Herther NK. Market projections for CDROM. 
Database 1987 Aug; 10(4): 114-8 

Jayatilleke R. CD-ROM: implications of the 
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Kotick AR. CD-ROM conference spotlights 
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McLagan DL. The end of the rainbow: 
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Oppenheim C. CD-ROM-panacea or hype? 
Aslib Inf 1986 Mar 14;(3):50 

Peters CM. Databases on CD-ROM: 

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Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 1986. 
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Schwerin JB. CD-ROM: potential markets for 
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Schwerin JB. CD-ROM market opportunities: 
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Tenopir C. Costs and benefits of CD-ROM. 
LibrJ 1987 Sep l;112:156-7 

Van Arsdale WO. The rush to optical discs. 
LibrJ 1986 Oct l;lll(16):53-5 

Van Hartevelt J. Advantages of CD-ROM for 
local access to computerized databases in 
developing countries, in comparison with 
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Doc 1987;32(2): 161-8 

Van Ommeslaghe BJ. CD-ROM versus 
online: economic issues, the case of the 
database of the National Bank of Belgium. 
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International Online Information Meeting, 
8-10 Dec 1987, London. Oxford, Eng.: 
Learned Information, 1987. p. 291-311 

Watson PD. Cost to libraries of the optical 
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DATABASES 



Barney R. Consumer laserbooks? A compact 
disc Encyclopedia. EPB 1985 Sep;3(7):4-5 

Beltran AB. Use of InfoTrac in a university 
library. Database 1986 Jun;9(3):63-6 



Bezanson D. Integrating CD-Rom with 
printed and online services: a SilverPlatter 
end-user perspective. Opt Inf Syst 1987 
Nov-Dec;7(6):387-90 

Bloechle MIC Streamlining book ordering 
through the use of BIP+ in the CD-ROM 
medium. Tex Libr J 1987 Summer;63:56-7 

Brandhorst T. Distributing the ERIC 

database on compact disc: a case history of 
private sector involvement in the 
distribution of public sector data Gov Publ 
Rev 1987; 14(5):541-57 

Carney RD. InfoTrac vs. the confounding of 
technology and its applications. Database 
1986Jun;9(3):56-61 

Case D ; Powers R. Databases and text files on 
optical media: a survey of publishers and 
products. Int J Microgr Video Technol 
1986;5(3-4):199-212 

Chiang KS. A question of format: the Census 
of Agriculture on compact disk. Database 
1987 Oct;10(5):85-8 

Datext on CD-ROM. Online Bus Inf 1987 
Jul;9:l-4 

Demas S. Comparing BIG bibliographies on 
CD ROM. Am Libr 1987 May;18(5):332-5 

Desmarais N. End-user's report on 

LaserSearch. Opt Inf Syst 1987 Mar- Apr; 
7(2):125-31 

Dunman S. ERIC: an essential online tool for 
educators. Electron Learn 1988 Jan;7(4): 
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Ferraro AJ. Ulrich's PLUS: a new serials 
reference technology. Ser Rev 1987 Fall; 
13:19-23 

Fries JR; Brown JR. Business information on 
CD-ROM: the Datext service at 
Dartmouth College, New Hampshire. 
Program 1987 Jan;21(l):l-12 

Fries JR ; Brown JR. DATEXT-using 

business information on CD ROM. Online 
1986 Sep;10(5):28-40 

Gallinger S. CD-Rom technology expands 
information delivery in public libraries: 
using INfoTrac II. Opt Info Syst 1987 
Nov-Dec;7(6):391-5 



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Garrett T. Datext offers users online historical 
financial information with CD/NewsLine. 
Electron Publ Bus 1986 Dec;4(ll):lM2 

Hagan DL. The Tacoma debut of Books in 
Print Plus. Libr J 1987 Sep 1;1 12(14): 149- 



Halperin M. Company and industry 

information: online and ondisc. Bus Info 
Rev 1987 Jul;4(l):12-7 

Halperin M ; Pagell RA. CD/CorpTech: 
making use of hi-tech- Online 1987 Mar; 
ll(2):78-80 

Halperin M ; Pagell RA. Compact disclosure: 
realizing CDROM's potential. Online 1986 
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Hendley T. LISA on compact ROM disc: an 
option for heavy users? Inf Media Technol 
1985-86 Winter;19(l):23-6 

Hlava MMK ; Reinke SP. CD-ROM user 
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Hlava MMK ; Reinke SP. CD-ROM: how the 
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Nov;14:23-4 

Holloway C. Books in Print and Ulrich's on 
CD-ROM: a preliminary review. Online 
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Johnson J. CD-ROM databases thrive. 
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Johnstone JC. A-V Online now on compact 
Iaserdisk (CDROM). Database 1986 Aug; 
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Kemp R. Compact Disclosure: a review of the 
new Disclosure CD-ROM. Electron Opt 
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Lewis C. Lotus markets financial databases on 
CD-ROM. Electron Bank Finance 1987 
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Mays LE. CD-ROM and libraries: a natural 
pair. OCLC Micro 1987 Feb;3(l):16-7, 26 



McLaughlin PW. New access points to ERIC: 
CD-ROM versions. Educ Libr 1987 Fall; 
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McSweeney L Books in Print Plus. In: Optical 
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Minnich NP. Automated circulation: building 
the database. Libr Comput 1986 Nov; 
33(3):LC5-LC11 

Moore NL LISA on CD-ROM-leading the 
way. Libr Assoc Rec 1987 May;89(5):237-8 

Moore NL Searching LISA on the 
SilverPlatter CD-ROM system. 
Program 1988 Jan;22(l):72-6 

Mullan NA ; BUck AR. Initial experiences of 
untrained end-users with a Life Sciences 
CD-ROM database: a salutary experience. 
J Inf Sci 1987;13(3):139-41 

Olson L Experiencing CD-ROM ERIC Educ 
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Optical disc-based cataloguing support Libr 

Syst Newsl 1985 Jul;5(7):51-3 

Pantry S. HSELINE, NIOSHTIC and 
CISDOC on compact disc, read only 
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Preschel BM. PAIS on CD-ROM. In: Online 
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1987, Anaheim, CA. Weston, CT: Online, 
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Pur cell R. Compact disc stores newspaper 
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Purcell R. Wilson goes compact. Small 
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Rawnsley LS. Making tracs: road-testing the 
INFOTRAC and LEGALTRAC video- 
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Regazzi JJ. The silver disk WILSONDISC: 
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1986 Oct; 9(5):73-4 



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Schipma PB. A CD-ROM database for 
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Schipmi PB ; Cichockl EM ; Ziemer SM. 

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1987, Washington, DC. Los Angeles: IEEE 
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Scott T. Commercial databases on CD-ROM. 
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Spigai F. Databases on floppy disks: new 
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1985;3(4):ll-9 

Tenopir C. InfoTrac: a laser disc system. Libr 
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Tooey MJ. PsycLIT on CD-ROM: the UMAB 
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Van Auker R ; Frost S ; Klingberg S. Online 
bibliographic searching (SilverPlatter's 
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Van Hartevelt J. Advantages of CD-ROM for 
local access to computerized databases in 
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Van Ommeslaghe BJ. CD-ROM versus 
online: economic issues, the case of the 
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8-10 Dec 1987, London. Oxford, Eng.: 
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Wigton RS. The new knowledge bases: CD- 
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May-Jun;4(3):34-8 



PUBLISHING 



Bowers RA. Changing the publishing model 
with optical media. Electron Opt Publ Rev 
1987 Mar;7(l):4-6 

Klaus meter JA The implications of CD ROM 
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Leach SS. Optical disk-the electronic library 
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Machovee GS. CD-ROM revolution for 
electronic publishing. Online Libr 
Microcomput 1985 Nov; 3(11): 1-5 

McCarthy P. CD-ROM products and services. 
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Cheshire, UK: Europe Information 
Industry Assoc., 1987. p.44-9 

Paisley W. Optical publishing: the fourth 
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Richman B. Dense media and the future of 
publishing. Electron Publ Bus 1987 Feb; 
5(2):12-5 

Smith G. World movement towards in-house 
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Spigai F. Electronic publishing in the 
information age. Electron Publ Bus 1987 
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Vaughan K ; Barnfleld L. The CD-ROM as a 
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1986, London. Oxford, Eng.: Learned 
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Weisenfeld MR. A manual on every desk: how 
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Whitaker D. CD-ROM-the migration from 
print, or the 500 megabyte solution. 
Bookseller 1987 May 22;(4248): 1969-71, 
1973 

Williams BJS. CD-ROM a new medium for 
publishing. Inf Media Technol 1986 
Summer;19(3):107-9 



PRODUCTS 



Baldwin C. CD-ROM services and products. 
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by the CEC (DG XIIIB) and EURIPA, 12- 
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Cheshire, UK: Europe Information 
Industry Assoc., 1987. p.68-70 

Beiser K. WLN previews CD-ROM product. 
Wilson Libr Bull 1986 Nov;61(3):41-2 

Case D ; Powers R. Databases and text files on 
optical media: a survey of publishers and 
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1986;5(3-4):199-212 

Collier H. Where is CD-ROM? Some brief 
product reviews. Electron Opt Publ Rev 
1987Jun;7(2):70-6 

Cooke DF. Map storage on CD-ROM. BYTE 

1987 Jul;12(8):129-30, 132, 134-6, 138 

Dubasht J. Warp speed (CD-ROM systems). 
Financ World 1987 Sep 22;156(19):52, 54 

Duggan MK. A look at Dialog's first CD- 
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7(6):401-5 

Herther NK. Microsoft's Bookshelf. Online 

1988 May;12(3):79-80 



Hoffman J. Many CD-ROM products 
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1987 Jul; 3(4):8-9 

Kesselman M. Online update. Wilson Libr 
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La bombards P. Recording the Italian cultural 
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Machovec GS. OCLC optical disc products for 
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Online Libr Microcomput 1987 May;5(5): 
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Miller T. SilverPlatter: dishing up data for 
libraries. Info Today 1986 Jun;3(6):23-5, 39 

Nelson NM. 'Do you have any books 

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Private files on videodisc and CD-ROM. Libr 
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Rann LS ; Kuchta NE ; Winokur MG. The 

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Stephens A CD-ROMs at ALA: a review of 
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Tenopir C. CD-ROM database update. Libr J 
1986 Dec 1;111(20):70-1 

Tenopir C. What's new with WILSONLINE. 
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Walker L. Medical information via CD-ROM 
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Walsh RV. CD-ROM market development. 
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Wilson BJ. CD-ROM for the trial lawyers: 
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Young J. Integrating a CD-ROM into an 
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Zoellick B. CD-ROM software architecture to 
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STANDARDS 



Bardes D'E. Attention novices: friendly intro 
to shiny disks. Libr Software Rev 1986 Jul- 
Aug;5(4):240-5 

Bardes D'E. Don't wait to adopt CD-ROM. 
Libr Software Rev 1987 Mar-Apr;6(2):94-6 

Bardes D'E. Where are all the CD-ROM 
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CD-ROM is 'an idea whose time has come'. 
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Frank FHU. CD-ROM technology and 
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T ; Walsh R, editors. Report on the 
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Project by the CEC (DG XHIB) and 
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Wilmslow, Cheshire, UK: Europe 
Information Industry Assoc., 1987. p.29-33 

Jacob M. CD-ROM standardization activities. 
Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1986 Feb-Mar; 
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Moes RJ. The CD-ROM/CD-I puzzle: where 
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Morton B. Computer-based information: 
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1987 Mar;(36):l, 8-10 

New technology for the library 

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Robertson B. CD-ROM comes of age. 
Comput Graph World 1986 July;9(7):83-8 

Schwerin JB. CD-ROM standards-extended. 
Inf Today 1987 Jun;4(6): 13-39 

Trail J. Standardization and CD-ROM 
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LIBRARIES 



Bartenbach W. CD-ROM and libraries: 
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Becker KA CD-ROM: a primer. Coll Res 
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Boulanger M. Online services at the reference 
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Ref Libr 1986 Fall;(15):269-77 

Campbell B. Whither the white knight: CD- 
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Co F. CD-ROM and the library: problems and 
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Connolly B. Looking backward - CDROM 
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Davis WP. Missouri libraries move into CD- 
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Desmarais N. Lasersbases for library technical 
services. Opt Inf Syst 1987 Jan-Feb;7(l): 
57-61 

Drake MA From print to nonprint materials: 
library information delivery systems. 
EDUCOM Bull 1988 Spring;23(l):28-30 

Eaton NL Receptivity of librarians to optical 
information technologies and products. 
Electron Opt Publ Rev 1986 Dec;6(4): 
190-2 

Erickson U. CD-ROM in a sci-tech library? 
Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1987 Oct-Nov;14:18-9 

Fenichel CH. Supporting users searching 
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Publishing and Storage '87 - The 
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Gell MM. Technology, philosophy, and library 
services. Coll Build 1986;8(1):30-1 

Graves GT ; King BF ; Harper LG. Planning 
for CD-ROM in the reference department. 
Coll Res Libr News 1987 Jul Aug;48(7): 
393, 395-96, 399-400 

Horny KL. New turns for a new century: 
library services in the information era. Libr 
Res Tech Serv 1987 Jan-Mar;31(l):6-ll 

Lo Bue B. CD-ROM and the end-user. Colo 
Libr 1987 Dec; 13:29-30 

Manns B ; Swora T. Books to bits: digital 
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Image Manage 1986 Oct;19(10):26-32 

Mays LE. CD-ROM and libraries: a natural 
pair. OCLC Micro 1987 Feb;3(l):16-7, 26 

Meyer R. Strategies for libraries (when using 
CD-ROM). Bull Am Soc Inf Sci 1987 Oct- 
Nov;14:22-3 

Miller DC. Laser disks at the library door: the 
Microsoft first international conference of 
CD-ROM. Libr Hi Tech 1986 Summer; 
4(2):55-68 

Miller DC. Online CD-ROM: moving graphic 
images. Inform 1987 Mar;l(3):28-33, 45 

Miller DC. Running with CD-ROM. Am Libr 
1986 Nov;17(10):754-6 

Murphy B. CD-ROM and libraries. Libr Hi 
Tech 1985;3(2):21-6 

Nelson NM. The CD-ROM industry: a library 
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Dec;62(4): 19-20 

Nelson NM. CD-ROM: fad or fashion? Colo 
Lib 1987 Dec;13:20-5 

Peters CM. Acceptance of optical publishing 
by libraries. In: National Online Meeting. 
Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting, 
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Peters CM. CD-ROM: its potential in 
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Peters CM. Optical information product 
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Rice J. The golden age of reference services: is 
it really over? Wilson Lib Bull 1986 Dec; 
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Rietdyk RJ. Creation and distribution of CD- 
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Sabelhaus L CD-ROM use in an association 
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Schaefer MT. CD-ROM in libraries and 
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Silver H. Supporting CD-ROM users and its 
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Sweeney RT. CD-ROM publications and the 
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Tooey MJ. CD-ROM: a new technology for 
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Vandergrift KE ; Kemper M ; Champion S ; 
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Vandergrtft KE ; Kemper M ; Champion S ; 
Hannigan JA. CD-ROM: perspectives on 
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Jun-Jul;33(10):27-31 

Vanderstar J. Optical storage. Int Libr Rev 
1987 Apr;19(2):153-9 



DOCUMENT DELIVERY 



Befeler M. Combining image and text using a 
CD-ROM document delivery system. Int J 
Microgr Video Technol 1987;6(l-2):l-4 

Campbell RM ; Stern BT. ADONIS-a new 
approach to document delivery. 
Microcomput Inf Manage 1987 Jun; 
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CD-ROM special. Commun Technol Impact 
1986 Aug;8(5):l-12 

Hickey TB ; Calabrese AM. Electro document 
delivery: OCLC's prototype system. Libr Hi 
Tech 1986 Spring;4(l):65-71 

Hickey TB ; Love RA. Electronic document 
delivery of primary research journals. Chem 
Inf Bull 1986 Spring;38(l):22 

Stern B. ADONIS-publishing on CD-ROM 
in mixed mode. In: Proceedings, 10th 
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1986, London. Oxford, Eng.: Learned 
Information, 1986. p.23-32 



EVALUATION 



Campbell B. Whither the white knight: CD- 
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Aug;10(4):22-40 

Day JM. LISA on CD-ROM-a user 

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8-10 Dec 1987, London. Oxford, Eng: 
Learned Information, 1987. p.273-84 

Desmarais N. End-user's report on 
LaserSearch. Opt Inf Syst 1987 Mar- 
Apr;7(2):125-31 



Desmarais N ; Bailey E Datext's 
CD/Corporate. Opt Inf Syst 1987 
Sep-Oct;7(5):347-54 

Demas S. Comparing BIG bibliographies on 
CD ROM. Am Libr 1987 May;18(5):332-5 

Dodson C. CD-ROMs for the library. Spec 
Libr 1987Summer;78(3):191-4 

Hagan DL. The Tacoma debut of Books in 
Print Plus. Libr J 1987 Sep 1;112(14): 
149-51 

Herther NK Between a rock and a hard place: 
preservation and optical media. Database 
1987Apr;10(2):122-4 

Herther NK How to evaluate reference 
materials on CDROM. Online 1988 
Mar;12(2): 106-8 

Hilditch BM ; Schroeder EE. Pertinent 
comparisons between CD-ROM and 
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Nov;14:15-6 

Hlava M. CD-ROM vs. online. Bull Am Soc 
Inf Sci 1987 Oct; 14(1): 14-27 

McConnell KS. Evaluating the potential of 
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1987. The Second Annual Software/ 
Computer/Database Conference and 
Exposition for Librarians and Information 
Managers, Conference Proceedings. 30 
Mar-1 Apr 1987, Arlington, Va. Westport, 
CT: Meckler, 1987. p.106-7 

Metcalfe JR ; Jones FG. CD-ROM in 
developing countries. Electron Opt Publ 
Rev 1987 Sep;7(3): 132-4 

Miller DC. Evaluating CD-ROMs: to buy or 
what to buy? Database 1987 Jun;10:36-42 

Miller T. Early user reaction to CD-ROM and 
videodisc-based optical information 
products in the library market. Opt Inf Syst 
1987 May-Jun;7(3):205-9 

Mullan NA ; Blick AR. Initial experiences of 
untrained end-users with a Life Sciences , 
CD-ROM database: a salutary experience. 
J Inf Sci 1987;13(3):139-41 

Mutter D. The MicroVAX H and CD-ROM- 
an evaluation. Inf Media Technol 1987 Jan; 
20(l):3O-3 



Nelson NM. Libraries test PsycLTT on CD- 
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Preschel BM. Social science information on 
CD-ROM: concerns of database producers, 
libraries and end-users. In: Online 
Information 87. 11th International Online 
Information Meeting, 8-10 Dec 1987, 
London. Oxford, Eng.: Learned 
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Quint B. How is CD-ROM disappointing? Let 
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Dec;62(4):32-4, 102 

Reese J. A comparison and evaluation of 3 
CD-ROM products. Opt Inf Syst 1988; 
8(3):123-6 

Reese J ; StefTey R. ERIC on CD-ROM: a 
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1987 Sep;ll(5):42-54 

Reich VA ; Betcher MA Library of Congress 
staff test optical disk system. Coll Res Libr 
1986Jul;47(4):385-91 

Schaefer MT. CD-ROM update: 
developments impact information 
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Nov;22(6):l-4 

Schwarzkopf LC. United States Census 
Bureau CD-ROM evaluation project, a 
news note. Gov Publ Rev 1987;14(3):353-4 

Snow B. Life science sources on laserdisk. 
Online 1987 Mar; 11(2): 113-6 

Stewart L. Picking CD-ROMs for public use. 
Am Libr 1987 Oct;18(9):738-40 

Stewart L ; Olsen J. Compact disk databases: 
are they good for users? Online 1988 May; 
12(3):48-52 



Gale JC The information workstation: a 
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137-9 

Groundwater NP ; Bodick N ; Marquis A 

A Sun View user-interface for authoring 
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WORKSTATIONS 



Alberico R. Workstations for reference and 
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Alberico R. Workstations for reference and 
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Davis, Susan. CD-ROM: technology and 
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Hendley, Tony. CD-ROM and optical 

publishing systems. Westport, CT: Meckler 
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Information Systems Consultants Inc. 
Videodisc and optical digital disk 
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Intner, Sheila S. Microcomputer 

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Lambert, Steve ; Ropiequet, Suzanne, editors. 
CD-ROM: the new papyrus: the current 
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Microsoft Press, 1986. 630p. 

Myers, Patti. Publishing with CD-ROM: a 
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1987. 98p. 

Nelson, Nancy Melin. CD-Roms in print. 
Westport, CT: Meckler Publishers, 1987. 
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Optical disk initiatives at the National 

Technical Information Service. Springfield, 
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Rasdall, Mark, editor. The international 
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Roth, Judith P., editor. Essential guide to CD- 
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Schwerin, Julie. CD-ROM standards: the 
book. Medford, NJ: Learned Information, 
1986. 53p. 



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III. SERIAL TITLES 



CD DATA REPORT 

McLean, VA.: Langley Publications. 

Monthly. 

lNl,Nov 1987- 

CD-ROM LIBRARIAN 

Westport, CT.: Meckler Publishing. 
(Continues Optical Information Systems 
Update/Library & Information Center 
Applications). Bimonthly. 
2N4Jul-Aug 1987- 

CD-ROM REVIEW: THE MAGAZINE OF 
COMPUTER DISK DATA STORAGE 
Peterborough, NH: CW Communications. 
Bimonthly. 
2Nl,Mar-Apr 1987- 

CD-ROM SOURCEBOOK 

Falls Church, VA.: Diversified Data 

Resources. Monthly. 

1986-- 

ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL 
PUBLISHING REVIEW: AN 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 
Medford, NJ.: Learned Information. 
Quarterly. 
6N4,Dec 1986- 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF 
MICROGRAPHICS & VIDEO 
TECHNOLOGY 

New York: Pergamon Press. Quarterly. 
1N1.1982- 

OPTICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS 
UPDATE 

Westport, CT.: Meckler Publishing. 
(Continues: Videodisc and Optical Disk 
Update). Semi-monthly. 
5N7,Apr 1986-- 

SMALL COMPUTERS IN LIBRARIES 

Westport, CT.: Meckler Publishing. 

Monthly. 

l,Apr 1981- 

VIDEO DISC MONITOR 

Falls Church, VA.: Future Systems, Inc. 

Monthly. 

1,1982- 



i 

IV. AUTHOR INDEX 



Abcytunga PK.....1 Chiang KS.....8 Hannigan J A..-. 13, 14 

Akeroyd J.....4 Ckhocki EM.....6, 10 Harper LG-...13 

Alberico R~~l, 5, 7, 15 Co F.„„l, 12 Harrison N._4 

Allen RJ....3 Cohen E.....7 Hartung V..-3 

Anderson DT.....1 Collier H.....1, 11 Harvey FA — 2 

Archer D—l Connolly B....J, 12 Hatvany BR..-.2 

Arnold SE.....1 Cooke DF.....11 Helgerson LW.....2, 4, 6 

Bagdoyan HE.-..5 Coolidge RC....6 Hendley T.....2, 9 

Bailey E.....14 Crane N.....1 Hendley, Tony.....l6 

Baldwin C-...1, 11 Crane NB.....7 Herther NK.....2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 

Bardes D'E.....l, 12 Danziger PN.....1 14 

Barney R — 8 Davies DH.....6 Hickey TB.....2, 14 

Barnfield I 10 Davis, Susan.....l6 Hilditch BM.....14 

Bartenbach R....1 Davis WP.....12 Hildreth CR.....4 

Bartenbach W.....12 Day JM.....14 Hava M.....2, 14 

Baues M....3 De Gooijer J.....1 Hava MMK.....9 

Becker KA.....12 Demas S.....8, 14 Hoffman J 11 

Befeler M.....14 Desmarais N 1, 6, 7, 8, 12, Hof&nann J.....4 

Beiser IC...4, 11 14 Holloway C....9 

Beltran AB.....8 Dodson C.....14 Horny KL.....13 

Berry J„...7 Drake MA 12 Hubbard A..-.4 

Betcher MA.....15 Dubashi J.....11 Hurley G— .6 

Bezanson D 8 Duggan MK.....11 Intner, Sheila S.....16 

Biesel D.—l, 7 Dunman S 8 Jack RF.-..2 

Bills LG..-.4 DurrWF.....l Jacob M...-12 

Blick AR.....9, 14 Dysart JL....2 Janke RV..~2 

Bloechle MK..-.8 Eaton NI 2, 7, 12 Jayatilleke R 7 

Bodick N.~.15 Ekengren B.....2 Johnson J.....9 

Bonta BD...-5 Epler DM.....4 Johnstone JC....9 

Borgman D.-.1 Erickson U.....12 Jones FG.....14 

Boulanger M.....12 Fenkhel CH 6, 12 Kemp R^.^5, 9 

Bovey JD 1 Ferraro AJ.....8 Kemper M.....13, 14 

Bowers RA.....1, 10 Ferrell MS.....6 Kesselman M.....11 

Brandhorst T.....8 Fischer A..„5 King BF.....13 

Brandis R.-..5 Flatley J....3 Klausmeier JA 10 

Bristow A.....1 Frank FHLL...12 Klingberg S.....10 

Brito CJ.....1 Fries JR.....8 Knerr L....2 

Broering NG....5 Frost S.....10 Kolin D..~2 

Brown JR.....8 Gale JC....2, 15 Kollegger J.....2 

Brown PJ.....1 Gallinger S-...8 Kotick AR.....7 

Brownrigg EB.....2 Garrett T.....9 Kuchta NE-...11 

Brunell D.....5, 6 Gatten JN.....7 Kuhlman JR.....2 

Bunnell D.....1 Gell MM.....13 Kuhn C....2 

Butler M....3 Gibbons P.....7 Labombarda P.....11 

Calabrese AM..... 14 Glitz B.....5 Lambert, Steve..... 16 

Campbell B 12, 14 Goldstein CM.....6 Larson RH.....5 

Campbell RM.....14 Graves GT.....13 Leach SS.....10 

Capodagli JA.....5 Gray E.....7 Lee ES.....2 

Carney RD.....8 Greenberg E.....6 Lewis C 9 

Case D.....8, 11 Groundwater NP.....15 Lo Bue R.~13 

Cassel RE.....4 Hagan DI — 9, 14 Lopez 

Champion S.....13, 14 Halperin M.....9 Love RA_14 

Chen CG-..4 Hamilton FK.....6 Lynch CA 2 

Chen PPS.....1 Handley JC....2 M Martin S.-J7 



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Machovcc GS—10, 11 Price-Wilkin J....3 Sy KJ..-.4 

Macmillan A„J2 Purcell R.„..5, 9 Tally RD...-7 

Manns B 13 Quint R_15 Tcnncnhouse M 5 

Mardikian J.....5 Rann LS_.11 Tcnopir C..4, 5, 8, 10, 11 

Marquis A 15 Rasdall, Mark.....l6 Tiampo JM.~- 7 

Mays LE.....9, 13 Rawnslcy LS.....9 Toocy MJ.....10, 13 

McCarthy P.....6, 10 Rawsthorn S.....1 Trail J.....12 

McConnell KS.....14 Rechel M-...5 Uva PA.....5 

McGinty T.....2 Reese J-..15 Van Arsdale WO.-..8 

McLagan DI — 7 Regazzi JJ.....9 Van Auker R.....10 

McLaughlin PW 9 Reich VA.....15 Van Hartevelt J.....4, 8, 10 

McQueen J.....6 Reinke SP.....9 Van Ommeslaghe BJ.....8, 

McSweeney I — 9 Remmer D....3 10 

Melin N 6 Rice J.....13 Vandergrift KR....13, 14 

Metcalfe JR 14 Richman B.....10 Vanderstar J.....14 

Meyer R 13 Rietdyk RJ.....13 Vaughan IC....10 

Micco M 15 Rivett M.....6 Venkataraman SR.....4 

Miller DC 2, 13, 14 Robertson B.....12 Walker L.....11 

Miller T.....11, 14 Robinson R....1 Walsh RV.....11 

Minnich NP 9 Roose T....5 Watson PD.....4, 5, 8 

Moes RJ.....12 Ropiequet, Suzanne 16 Webber SAE.....5 

Mole D....3 Rosen TH.....7 Weisenfeld MR.....11 

Moore B....3 Roth, Judith P 16 Welsh J.....7 

Moore NL.....9 Ryland JN....3 Wertz RK.....4 

Mortensen E....3 SabelhausI 13 Whitaker D.....11 

Morton B 12 Saviers S....3 White MS.....4, 8 

Mullan NA 9, 14 Schaefer MT....3, 6, 13, 15 Whitsed N.....5 

Murphy B.....4, 6, 13 Schaub JA.....4 Wigton RS.....10 

Mutter D.....14 Schipma PB 10 Williams BJS.....4, 11 

Myers E.....6 Schroeder EE.....14 Williams 

Myers, Patti 16 Schwarzkopf LC.... 15 Williams ME-...4 

Nazim Ali S.....5 Schwerin JB....3, 6, 8, 12 Wilson B.....4 

Nelson F 2 Schwerin, Julie 16 Wilson BJ.....11 

Nelson, Nancy Melin 16 Scott T.....10 Winokur MG.....11 

Nelson NM....3, 11, 13, 15 Seddon G.....6 Young J.....12 

Newhard R....3, 6 Seiter C....1 Young M.....7 

Norman-Watt R....3 Siitonen L....3 Ziemer SM.....6, 10 

Nugent RW.....6 Silver H.....5, 7, 13 Zoellick B.....7, 12 

O'Connor MA....3 Sippings G....3 Zuck G....2 

Olsen J.....15 Slonin J....3 

Olson I 9 Smith G..-.10 

Oppenheim C.....7 Smith I.....15 

Oren T.....6 Smith SS....3 

Pagell RA.....9 Snow B.....15 

Paisley W....3, 10 Spigai F.....10 

Pantry S.....9 Steffey R.....15 

Parkhurst CA 6 Steinbrecher D.....7 

Peischl TM....3 Stephens A 11 

Peters CM.-.3, 7, 13 Stern B..-.14 

Pooley CG....3, 6 Stern BT_.14 

Powers R 8, 11 Stewart I — 15 

Preschel BM....3, 9, 15 Stillger J..-3 

Price JW....3 Sweeney RT 13 

Price N_3 Swora X~5, 13 



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