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OCLC Electronic Journals Online Adds WWW Access

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OCLC Electronic Journals Online Adds WWW Access

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OCLC has designed a World Wide Web interface for the OCLC Electronic Journals Online system that will make subscriber access to journals possible from multiple computer platforms using NCSA Mosaic software.

Using the Mosaic software, IBM PC, Macintosh, and Unix users have access to the full text, color and halftone image, graphics, complex equations, and tables available in OCI-C Electronic Journals Online. The Electronic Journals Online system for IBM PC users is also available through Guidon, OCLC's Windows-based graphical user interface.

Applied Physics Letters Online, the electronic version of the weekly journal published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP), is the first of the OCLC Electronic Journals Online to be available through the Web.

Applied Physics Letters Online is now available to subscribers through the "On Ramp to OCLC Services" at the OCLC Home Page, http://www.oclc.org/ on the World Wide Web.

"Publishing Applied Physics Letters Online, the first physics journal to be fully accessible via the Web and Mosaic, clearly establishes the American Institute of Physics as a significant electronic publisher," said Peggy Judd, AIP director of information technology. …

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