The Global computer network: Indications of its use worldwide
International Information and Library Review
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Discusses the use of global computerized information networks through statistics and examples of the involvement of various countries. Topics addressed include growth of the global network; countries that lack any connections; the value of information; librarians and the network; and exploring the Internet, including gopher sites.
Computer networks; Developing countries; Developing nations; Electronic information resources; Foreign countries; Global approach; Information networks; Libraries and the Internet; Library services; Public services (Libraries)
Library and Information Science
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Brown, J. M. (1994). The Global computer network: Indications of its use worldwide. International Information & Library Review, 26, 51-65. doi:10.1006/iilr.1994.1005
Brown, J. M.
The Global computer network: Indications of its use worldwide.
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