1. DIALOG DIGITAL REFERENCE LIBRARY ON FOLIO REPLACED BY WEB-BASED COLLECTIONS
Twenty-one Dialog files, comprising a significant portion of the Folio Reference Shelf, have been replaced by a combination of Web-based products, networked CD-ROMs and print resources.
The move to Web-based products for the majority of this suite of files brings vast improvements in accessibility and searchability. The former Folio location of each file will have a forwarding address, so these addresses do not have to be jotted down. But why wait until the pressure is on? Visit the sites listed below and familiarize yourself with these powerful new tools today.
Biography Index, Book Review Digest, Books in Print, and Consumer Index are available through OCLC FirstSearch via the Web at
Encyclopedia of Associations and Research Centers Directory are available through Galenet on the Web at
Federal Register: Similar information is available through the Congressional Universe (1982 to present) at
and GPO Access (1994 to present) at
Cendata is replaced by the Web site:
Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS) is accessible through
Thomas Register is accessible through
TSCA Chemical Substances Inventory is available on reserve at the Swain Library of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering as part of the Environmental Database CD-ROM.
Beilstein Online: For information about accessing this resource, see the Web at
Kirk-Othmer is available in print in the reference collections of both the Engineering Library and the Swain Library of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (TP9.E689 1992 REF).
Chapman and Hall Chemical Database: A similar resource is available in the Science and Engineering Libraries as a networked CD-ROM. For more information, please ask a reference librarian at a science or engineering library, or contact Grace Baysinger (graceb@leland).
Merck Index: This file is available in the Science and Engineering Libraries as a networked CD-ROM. Copies of the print version are available in the Biology, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, and Medical Libraries. For more information, please ask a reference librarian at a science or engineering library, or contact Grace Baysinger (graceb@leland).
Eventsline, Bowker Biography, LC MARC Books, Marquis Who's Who, Quotations, and Ulrich's Periodicals: For access to similar information sources, contact the Green Library Reference Desk at 725-1064 or email@example.com.