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January 2000, Week 3

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"Kennedy, Joy" <[log in to unmask]>
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Kennedy, Joy
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Mon, 17 Jan 2000 07:56:19 -0600
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Bad news here!  Evidently we'll only be able to search the Health Reference
Center if we subscribe.  I seem to have fixed the problem with dial-in
access to Arl Mem Library so we may be able to their subscription.  Boy am I
glad I took the time to fix the access!!  Joy

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> Subject:      DISCONTINUATION OF PER-SEARCH ACCESS TO HEALTH REFERENCE
> CENTER A ND HEALTH REFERENCE CENTER-ACADEMIC
>
> DISCONTINUATION OF PER-SEARCH ACCESS TO HEALTH REFERENCE CENTER
> AND HEALTH REFERENCE CENTER-ACADEMIC
>
>
> OCLC and The Gale Group have jointly announced that per-search
> access to the Health Reference Center and the Health Reference
> Center-Academic databases on both the current and new OCLC
> FirstSearch services will be discontinued on April 1, 2000, at
> the request of the database provider. Libraries that are using
> per-search access are invited to consider subscribing instead.
>
> Health Reference Center-Academic draws from medical and consumer
> periodicals (about 320 journal titles are fully indexed with
> full text available for 270 titles), health newsletters,
> reference books, referral information, topical overviews, and
> pamphlets. Health Reference Center is a subset of the academic
> version.
>
> If you are interested in subscribing, contact your
> OCLC-affiliated regional network or service center in the USA,
> your international division or distributor, or OCLC.
>

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