The British Library will be previewing a new search/retrieval system designed to give access to the most frequently requested 21,000 journals and reference books from the library. The service, called Inside, has been developed using Dataware Technologies' BRS/Search full-text retrieval software and NetAnswer Internet software.
Users simply log on type in the text of their preferred journal and voila.
According to the library, the new service will provide much more speedy delivery of requested documents either by fax, post, courier or airmail.
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