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***          Directory of Electronic Journals and Newsletters           ***
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***                        EDITION 2.1 - July 1992                      ***
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*** Compiled by:                                                        ***
***                                             Dept. Religious Studies ***
*** Michael Strangelove                         177 Waller,             ***
*** CONTENTS Project Director                   Ottawa, Ontario         ***
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               This project was made possible through funding from the
                      Research Centre for the Study of Religion,
                            Department of Religious Studies
                                 University of Ottawa.

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Michael Strangelove, 1991.  All rights reserved.  Permission is hereby
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Contributions and corrections to this directory should be sent to Michael
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ISSN #:        (if any)
To Subscribe:  (via Bitnet and Internet)
Submissions:   (whom to sent submissions to and in what form)
Related List:  (how to subscribe to a related list, if any)
Back Issues:   (how to access them)
Contact:       (for more information)

Journals and Newsletters



  • Introduction
  • How to Retrieve This Directory From Networked Sources
  • Networked Resources for Electronic Publication
  • Electronic Serials and Related Topics: A Brief Bibliography
  • How to Submit an Entry to the Directory
  • Getting an ISSN for an Electronic Journal
  • How to Start an E-Newsletter
  • PACS-L Review Special Issue on Networked Based E-Serials
  • Electronic Journals

    Inactive Electronic Journals

    Active Journals

    indicates subscription is not free
    indicates journal is peer reviewed

    The list

    Art Com
    Contemporary art and new communication technologies
    ArtsNet Review
    Contemporary cross-cultural, arts and electronic networking issues
    Bryn Mawr Classical Review
    ** CATALYST: The Community Services Catalyst
    Community college educators
    A literary journal for short fiction, poetry, and essays
    DargonZine [Dargon Project fiction anthology]
    The Distance Education Online Symposium
    ** EJournal
    Implications of electronic documents and networks
    The Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic
    ** Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication (EJC/REC)
    Communication theory, research, practice, and policy
    Fineart Forum
    Application of science and technology to the contemporary arts and music
    ** Flora Online
    Systematic botany
    An electronic fiction digest
    IOUDAIOS Review
    Reviews in Early Judaism and Christian origins
    Issues In Science and Technology Librarianship
    $ ** Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research
    Journal of Technology Education
    Library and Information Science Research Electronic Conference
    A monthly from Meckler Publishing
    ** New Horizons in Adult Education
    Computers in religious studies
    Online Chronicle of Distance Education and Communication
    The Public-Access Computer Systems News
    ** Postmodern Culture
    Science fiction and fantasy
    ** RD: Graduate Research in the Arts
    The Religious Studies Publications Journal - CONTENTS
    Socjety Journal
    Alumni journal of the Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland
    SOLSTICE: An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics
    TeX Typesetting System
    TeX Publication Distribution List
    Textual Studies in Canada
    The Acquisitions Librarians Electronic Network
    ALCTS Network News
    AN2 - The Association of Library Collections and Technical Services
    American Psychological Association's Research Funding Bulletin
    Arts Wire News
    Botanical Electronic News
    Between the Lines
    CANOPUS Magazine
    CERFNet News
    ChE Electronic Newsletter
    Chemical Engineering
    Christian Growth Newsletter
    Class Four Relay Magazine
    Computer Science Center Link
    Computing and Telecommunications Newsletter
    Computists' Communique
    Consortium Update
    Cosmic Update
    CPSR/PDX Newsletter
    Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
    Communication Research and Theory
    Current Cites
    DECNEWS for Education and Research
    DevelopNet News
    Deutschland Nachrichten
    Digital Games Review
    Disaster Research
    Drosophila Information Newsletter
    EFFector Online
    The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc.
    Electronic AIR
    Electronic Hebrew Users Newsletter
    Energy and Climate Information and Exchange Newsletter and Digest
    Energy Research in Israel Newsletter
    Ethnomusicology Research Digest
    FAST News
    Fine Art, Science and Technology News
    FARNET Gazette
    GLOSAS News
    GLObal Systems Analysis and Simulating Association
    GNU's Bulletin
    Newsletter of the Free Software Foundation
    HICNet Newsletter
    Health Infocom Newsletter
    History and Analysis of Disabilities Newsletter
    Hot Off the Tree
    Impact Online
    International Voice Newsletter Prototype List
    IS P.O.B. Bulletin YSSTI
    Yugoslav System for Scientific and Technology Information
    Laboratory Primate Newsletter
    Law and Politics Book Review
    Leonardo Electronic News
    Link Letter
    List Review Service
    MAB Northern Sciences Network Newsletter
    Machine Readable Texts News
    Material Science in Israel Newsletter
    MichNet News
    NEARnet Newsletter
    Network Audio Bits and Audio Software Review
    Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues
    News of Earth
    A Monthly Electronic Bulletin About Medical Informatics
    NLSNews Newsletter
    Old English Computer-Assisted Language Learning Newsletter
    PARC News
    Political Analysis and Research Cooperation News Bulletin
    Principia Cybernetica Newsletter
    The Purple Thunderbolt of Spode
    Research and Educational Applications of Computers in Humanities
    Rezo, bulletin irregulomadaire du RQSS
    $ St. Petersburg Business News
    SCUP Bitnet News
    Society for College and University Planners
    Society of College and University Planners, Mid-Atlantic Region
    Sense of Place
    South Florida Environmental Reader
    $ The Teleputing Hotline And Field Computing Source Letter
    Electronic newsletter on philosophy, systems theory, interdisciplinary studies, and thoughtful conversation in cyberspace
    TitNeT -- Titnews -- Titnotes
    Newsletter of the Visual Communication Division of the Association for Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication [AEJMC]
    The Week in Germany
    Hypercard Stacks, Digest-Newsletters and Others
    Chile News Database
    China News Digest
    Desktop Publishing Digest
    Electronic College of Theory
    The Handicap Digest
    Instant Math Preprints (IMP)
    Information Retrieval List Digest
    Risks-Forum Digest
    Simulation Digest
    Simulations Online
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Information
    The Directory of Electronic Journals and Newsletters is intended to provide
    a comprehensive listing of all electronic journals and newsletters which are
    of academic interest and available through Bitnet, Internet and any
    affiliated networks.  This Directory is part of an ongoing project and is
    updated as new electronic journals and newsletters come into existence and as
    existing entries are changed.  Every effort has been made to provide the user
    with up-to-date information.  Most entries have been either provided from or
    scrutinized by the journal and newsletter editors themselves to assure
    The primary intent of this Directory is to catalog all existing electronic
    journals and newsletters that are available over the various academic
    networks.  A secondary intention is to catalog all e-serials that are being
    produced over the commercial networks.  Thus, over time this Directory will
    provide an entirely comprehensive listing of all e-serials.  As the
    traditional taxonomy of "journal" and "newsletter" is ill-suited to the
    diversity of formats found within the networks, a third category of
    Hypercard Stacks, Digest-Newsletters and Others
    " (Section 4) is here
    included.  This section catalogs hypercard stacks and other formats that
    represent significant sources of information that are similar in nature to
    journals and newsletters.  It should be noted that digests which are
    straightforward collections of conversational questions and answers are
    considered to be a type of list, but any digests which mix a simple list
    format with the newsletter format are here included.
    Ordinary (conversational) digests and lists are covered in Diane Kovacs'
    compilation, Academic Lists.  Thus, no attempt has been made to provide a
    comprehensive listing of the hundreds of existing digests in this Directory.
    For a complete catalog of digests and lists the reader is encourage to
    retrieve the Global List with the command:
    Or through FTP to (NISC.SRI.COM)
    GET /netinfo/interest-groups Link
    Warning - this file will be sent to you in twelve or more sections and is
    over 500K in size.
    The philosophy behind the presentation of the information within this
    Directory is based on the intention of providing the reader with the most
    up-to-date information that is possible and in the most comprehensive
    fashion.  Thus, I have avoided editing descriptions as size is not a factor
    for an e-text.  I have also listed partial entries in the interest of
    providing the reader with the maximum of available information (these
    incomplete entries will be marked as such).  This makes it possible for the
    reader to follow leads I have not yet completed and, in turn, to provide me
    with information not yet represented in the latest edition of the Directory.
    Users of this document are encouraged to sent me notices of defunct entries,
    new entries and related information and suggestions.  By this means I hope to
    utilize fully the best features of the Net and to make information available
    in a fashion that draws upon and promotes the unique strength of the virtual
    I hope to be able to provide a Wordperfect version of this low ascii file on
    a FTP server in the Fall of 1992.
    I am indeted to the countless individuals who have contributed to this
    project and helped create the first and only comprehensive Directory of
    Electronic Journals and Newsletters.
    Michael Strangelove
    University of Ottawa
    How To Retrieve This Directory From Networked Sources
    The Directory is currently available in ASCII text from the following
    (1) CONTENTS PROJECT Listserv Fileserver
    Send the following commands as an e-mail message to listserv@uottawa or
    (Please note the spelling carefully)
    (2) Comserve
    NB - The name of the Directory files changes to EJournal1 Sources and
         EJournal2 Sources on the Comserve fileserver.
    Send an electronic mail message to Comserve@Rpiecs (Bitnet) or
    Comserve@Vm.Ecs.Rpi.Edu (Internet) with the following command appearing on
    the first line of the message:
    Send EJournl1 Sources
    Send EJournl2 Sources
    No other words, punctuation, or symbols should appear in the electronic mail
    message.  Comserve is an automated system for file retrieval; it will
    acknowledge receipt of your message and let you know that the files have been
    sent to you.
    Networked Resources for Electronic Publication
    CCNEWS - Campus Computing Newsletter
    An electronic newsletter that focuses on writing, editing, design, and
    production of campus computing publications.  To subscribe: send an
    interactive message or mail to LISTSERV@BITNIC containing:
    SUB CCNEWS your name
    An index of back issues is available by sending an interactive message
    or mail to LISTSERV@BITNIC containing: GET ARTICLES INDEX
    Contact: Wendy Rickard Bollentin, Editor.  CCNEWS@EDUCOM
    ** Scholarly Electronic Journals and Electronic Publishing Issues List
    VPIEJ-L is a discussion list for electronic publishing issues, especially
    those related to Scholarly Electronic Journals.  To subscribe, send the
    following command to LISTSERV@VTVM1 or LISTSERV@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU in the BODY
    of mail (NOT subject) or in an interactive message:
    SUB VPIEJ-L your name
    Contact: James Powell, List Owner 
    ** Economic Models for Networked Information
    A special double issue of Serials Review 18(1-2) (1992) contains almost
    thrity articles on topics of direct interest to electronic publishing.
    Electronic Serials and Related Topics: A Brief Bibliography
    By Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
  • Alexander, Adrian W., and Julie S. Alexander. "Intellectual Property Rights and the 'Sacred Engine': Scholarly Publishing in the Electronic Age." Advances in Library Resource Sharing 1 (1990): 176-192.
  • Amiran, Eyal, Elaine Orr, and John Unsworth. "Refereed Electronic Journals and the Future of Scholarly Publishing." Advances in Library Automation and Networking 4 (1991): 25-53.
  • Amiran, Eyal, and John Unsworth. "Postmodern Culture: Publishing in the Electronic Medium." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 67-76. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET AMIRAN PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Bailey, Charles W., Jr. "Electronic (Online) Publishing in Action . . . The Public-Access Computer Systems Review and Other Electronic Serials." Online 15 (January 1991): 28-35.
  • Bailey, Charles W., Jr. "Network-Based Electronic Serials." Information Technology and Libraries 11 (March 1992): 29-35.
  • Brown, Heather. "Standards for Structured Documents." The Computer Journal 32, no. 6 (1989): 505-514.
  • Duggan, Mary Kay. "Copyright of Electronic Information: Issues and Questions." Online 15 (May 1991): 20-26.
  • Gardner, William. "The Electronic Archive: Scientific Publishing for the 1990s." Psychological Science 1 (November 1990): 333- 341.
  • Harnad, Stevan. "Post-Gutenburg Galaxy: The Fourth Revolution in the Means of Production of Knowledge." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 39-53. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET HARNAD PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Harnad, Stevan. "Scholarly Skywriting and the Prepublication Continuum of Scientific Inquiry." Psychological Science 1 (November 1990): 342-344.
  • Harrison, Teresa M., Timothy Stephen, and James Winter. "Online Journals: Disciplinary Designs for Electronic Scholarship." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 25-38. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET HARRISON PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Hugo, Jane, and Linda Newell. "New Horizons in Adult Education: The First Five Years (1987-1991)." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 77-90. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET HUGO PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Jennings, Edward M. "EJournal: An Account of the First Two Years." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 91-110. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET JENNINGS PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • King, Tim. "Critical Issues for Providers of Network-Accessible Information." EDUCOM Review 26 (Summer 1991): 29-33.
  • King, Timothy B. "The Impact of Electronic and Networking Technologies on the Delivery of Scholarly Information." The Serials Librarian 21, no. 2/3 (1991): 5-13.
  • Kovacs, Diane, Willard McCarty, and Michael Kovacs. "How to Start and Manage a BITNET LISTSERV Discussion Group: A Beginner's Guide." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 128-143. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET KOVACS PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • LaQuey, Tracy L., ed. The User's Directory of Computer Networks. Bedford, MA: Digital Press, 1990.
  • Litchfield, Charles. "Local Storage and Retrieval of Electronic Journals: Training Issues for Technical Services Personnel." Serials Review 17, no. 4 (1991): 83-84.
  • Lucier, Richard E. "Knowledge Management: Refining Roles in Scientific Communication." EDUCOM Review 25 (Fall 1990): 21-27.
  • McMillan, Gail. "Embracing the Electronic Journal: One Library's Plan." The Serials Librarian 21, no. 2/3 (1991): 97-108.
  • McMillan, Gail. "Technical Services for Electronic Journals Today." Serials Review 17, no. 4 (1991): 84-86.
  • Metz, Paul. "Electronic Journals from a Collection Manager's Point of View." Serials Review 17, no. 4 (1991): 82-83.
  • Metz, Paul, and Paul M. Gherman. "Serials Pricing and the Role of the Electronic Journal." College & Research Libraries 52 (July 1991): 315-327.
  • Neavill, Gordon B. "Electronic Publishing, Libraries, and the Survival of Information." Library Resources & Technical Services 28 (January/March 1984): 76-89.
  • Okerson, Ann. "Back to Academia? The Case for American Universities to Publish Their Own Research." Logos 2, no. 2 (1991): 106-112.
  • Okerson, Ann. "The Electronic Journal: What, Whence, and When?" The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 5-24. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET OKERSON PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Okerson, Ann, and Kendon Stubbs. "The Library 'Doomsday' Machine." Publishers Weekly, 8 February 1991.
  • Okerson, Ann. "With Feathers: Effects of Copyright and Ownership on Scholarly Publishing." College & Research Libraries 52 (September 1991): 425-438.
  • Piternick, Anne B. "Electronic Serials: Realistic or Unrealistic Solution to the Journal 'Crisis'?" The Serials Librarian 21, no. 2/3 (1991): 15-31.
  • Piternick, Anne B. "Serials and New Technology: The State of the 'Electronic Journal.'" Canadian Library Journal 46 (April 1989): 93-97.
  • Quarterman, John S. The Matrix: Computer Networks and Conferencing Systems Worldwide. Bedford, MA: Digital Press, 1990.
  • Rogers, Sharon J., and Charlene S. Hurt. "How Scholarly Communication Should Work in the 21st Century." College & Research Libraries 51 (January 1990): 5-8.
  • Savage, Lon. "The Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 54-66. (To retrieve this article, send an e- mail message that says "GET SAVAGE PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Strangelove, Michael, and Diane Kovacs. Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists, 2nd ed. Washington, D.C.: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1992.
  • "Task Force Report Looks at Future of Information Services." Bulletin of the American Physical Society 36 (April 1991): 1105- 1151.
  • Tuttle, Marcia. "The Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 111-127. (To retrieve this article, send an e-mail message that says "GET TUTTLE PRV2N1 F=MAIL" to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU.)
  • Yavarkovsky, Jerome. "A University-Based Electronic Publishing Network." EDUCOM Review 25 (Fall 1990): 14-20.
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    How To Submit an Entry to the Directory

    Contributions, corrections and communications should be sent to:
    Michael Strangelove at (441495@Uottawa) BITNET or (441495@Acadvm1.Uottawa.Ca)
    and MUST be in the following format (use as much space as necessary):
    ISSN #: (if any)
    To Subscribe: (via Bitnet and Internet)
    Submissions: (to whom to send submissions and in what form)
    Related List: (how to subscribe to a related list, if any)
    Back Issues: (how to access them)
    Contact: (for more information)

    Getting an ISSN for an Electronic Journal

    by Charles W. Bailey, Jr. University of Houston LIB3@UHUPVM1
    >From NetMonth: The Independent Guide to BITNET 4, no. 5 (September 1990):5-6. The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is a unique eight-digit number that identifies a particular serial. For serials published in the U.S., ISSN numbers are assigned by the National Serials Data Program (NSDP) of the Library of Congress. Recently, NSDP assigned an ISSN to The Public-Access Computer Systems Review, an electronic journal that complements the Public-Access Computer Systems Forum (PACS-L@UHUPVM1). The PACS Forum is a moderated Bitnet list that deals with all computer systems that libraries make available to their users, and it currently has over 1,100 subscribers in 25 countries. The PACS Review, which is published two times a year, deals with the same subject matter as the PACS Forum. When an issue is published, PACS Forum users are notified by a table of contents message, which describes that issue's article files and provides instructions for retrieving the files.

    NSDP also created a bibliographic record for the PACS Review in the OCLC Online Union Catalog, a twenty-million-record database that is widely used by libraries for cataloging, interlibrary loan, reference, and other purposes. (A more powerful, user-friendly version of the OCLC Online Union Catalog called EPIC has just been made available for fee-based searching.) A bibliographic record describes a serial (or other work) in a standard machine-readable format according to established cataloging rules.

    It is noteworthy and commendable that NSDP took the initiative to assign the PACS Review an ISSN number and to catalog it; I never contacted them requesting that they do so. NSDP staff learned of the PACS Review as the result of two speeches I made about the publication at a recent national library conference.

    The assignment of an ISSN number and the creation of a bibliographic record on OCLC makes an electronic journal more accessible to libraries and their users. Electronic publishers are fortunate that NSDP has taken a progressive, proactive stand on electronic journals, and it is treating them seriously. I would urge other electronic publishers to contact NSDP and obtain ISSN numbers for their electronic journals. The appropriate application form is contained in a brochure called "ISSN is for Serials," which is available from NSDP.

    For further information about getting an ISSN number contact:

    In the USA:

    Library of Congress National Serials Data Program Washington, D.C. 20540 (202) 707-6452
    In CANADA: ISDS Canada National Library of Canada 395 Wellington Street Ottawa K1A 0N4 Phone: (819) 994-6895 Fax: (819) 953-0291

    How to Start an E-Newsletter

    This is a short article on how to produce an electronic newsletter, written by the editor of CPSR News, Eric Nilsson. It is available by sending the e- mail message:

    GET START-UP ENEWSLTR to listserv@uottawa or listserv@acadvm1.uottawa.ca or click here.

    PACS Review Special Issue on Networked Based E-Serials


    By Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
    Network-based electronic serials are serials that are primarily "published" on computer networks like BITNET and Internet. Little has been written about these innovative publications; however, the first issue of volume two of The Public-Access Computer Systems Review provides a rare inside look at them in a "Special Section on Network-Based Electronic Serials." All of the authors in this special section have played an important role in fostering this new communication medium, and most are the editors and/or publishers of e-serials.

    The Public-Access Computer Systems Review is an electronic journal that is published by the University of Houston Libraries. You can retrieve an article by sending one of the commands listed after the article's description in an e-mail message to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 (BITNET) or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU (Internet). The first command retrieves the article as a file. The second command retrieves the article as an e-mail message. If you are not an experienced network user or you are not on BITNET, it is recommended that you retrieve articles as e-mail messages.


    In "The Electronic Journal: What, Whence, and When?," Ann Okerson surveys current and future e-journal publication activities. She discusses publishers' visions of e-journals, and she identifies four major groups of potential e-journal publishers: existing publishers, intermediary organizations (e.g., ISI and CARL), researchers and scholars, and universities. She concludes by forecasting how e-journals may evolve during the next 9 years. (GET OKERSON PRV2N1 or GET OKERSON PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "Online Journals: Disciplinary Designs for Electronic Scholarship," Teresa Harrison et al. examine and critique the e- journal concept, then describe the Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication (EJC/REC). EJC/REC is a referred, bilingual journal dealing with communication. It is part of the innovate Comserve service, which provides communication scholars with a variety of electronic information services (e.g., directory information, journal indexes, access to over 1,000 files, and 20 computer conferences). (GET HARRISON PRV2N1 or GET HARRISON PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "Post-Gutenburg Galaxy: The Fourth Revolution in the Means of Production of Knowledge," Stevan Harnad discusses the three historical revolutions in knowledge production (speech, writing, and print) and the emerging fourth revolution--electronic "skywriting" on the Net. He examines the limitations of our print-based scholarly communication system, and describes how electronic communication can support scholarly skywriting, a process that allows scholars to get rapid feedback about promising ideas and theories from colleagues worldwide. He then describes Psycoloquy, a referred psychology e-journal that embodies the scholarly skywriting process. (GET HARNAD PRV2N1 or GET HARNAD PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "The Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research," Lon Savage describes a referred e-journal for researchers in hotel, restaurant, and institutional management and tourism. JIAHR is sponsored by the International Academy of Hospitality Research and published by Virginia Tech's Scholarly Communications Project. JIAHR issues are composed of single articles, and a related computer conference complements the journal. Savage discusses how individual subscribers and libraries have dealt with receiving an e-journal. JIAHR is an interesting example of how the Net can be used to publish a fee-based journal for a small, specialized audience. (GET SAVAGE PRV2N1 or GET SAVAGE PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "Postmodern Culture: Publishing in the Electronic Medium," Eyal Amiran and John Unsworth describe the refereed journal Postmodern Culture, which deals with contemporary literature, theory, and culture. Postmodern Culture is free on the Net, and a subscription fee is charged for disk or microfiche versions of the journal. A computer conference, PMC-Talk, complements the journal. The authors also discuss the future of e-journals. (GET AMIRAN PRV2N1 or GET AMIRAN PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "New Horizons in Adult Education: The First Five Years (1987- 1991)," Jane Hugo and Linda Newell describe the evolution of one of the first (if not the first) refereed e-journals on the Net. This unique adult education journal is edited by graduate students. (GET HUGO PRV2N1 or GET HUGO PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "EJournal: An Account of the First Two Years," Edward Jennings provides a personal look at his efforts to establish and publish a refereed e-journal on electronic networks and texts. This behind-the-scenes narrative reveals some of the trials and tribulations that may face the prospective e-journal publisher. (GET JENNINGS PRV2N1 or GET JENNINGS PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    In "The Newsletter on Serials Pricing Issues," Marcia Tuttle describes the evolution and publishing practices of this e-newsletter, which deals with serials concerns. In addition to BITNET and Internet, the newsletter is also published on ALANET, DataLinx, and EBSCONET. She also discusses a variety of electronic publishing issues. (GET TUTTLE PRV2N1 or GET TUTTLE PRV2N1 F=MAIL)


    In "How to Start and Manage a BITNET LISTSERV Discussion Group: A Beginner's Guide," Diane Kovacs et al. discuss the steps to set up and run a computer conference using the Revised LISTSERV software. LISTSERV is a very widely used software package that supports both computer conferences and e-serial publication on BITNET (many existing e-serials are distributed with this software). It runs on IBM mainframes under the VM/CMS operating system. (GET KOVACS PRV2N1 or GET KOVACS PRV2N1 F=MAIL)

    Copyright (C) 1992 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.  All Rights Reserved.
    (Republished herein with permisiion of the author)
    The following are either defunct, inactive or are simply no longer available
    (or never were available) in e-text form.
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    An online magazine forum dedicated to the interface of contemporary art and
    new communication technologies.
    To subscribe:
    To access the Art Com Electronic Network on the WELL, enter  g acen  at the
    Ok:  prompt.  The Art Com Electronic Network is also accessible on USENET as
    alt.artcom.  For access information, send e-mail to:  artcomtv@well.sf.ca.us.
    You are invited to send information for possible inclusion.  We are
    especially interested in options that can be acted upon:  including
    conferences, exhibitions, and publications.  Proposals for guest-edited
    issues are also encouraged.  Send submissions to:
    well!artcomtv@uunet.uu.net / well!couey@uunet.uu.net
    artcomtv@well.sf.ca.us / couey@well.sf.ca.us
    Back Issues:
    Back issues of ART COM can be accessed on the Art Com Electronic Network
    (ACEN) on the Whole Earth 'Lectronic Link (WELL), available through the
    CompuServe Packet Network and PC Pursuit.
    (artcomtv@well.sf.ca.us) (couey@well.sf.ca.us)
    ArtsNet Review
    An Australian magazine dedicated to Contemporary Cross-Cultural, Arts and
    Electronic Networking Issues.
    To Subscribe:
    P.O. Box 429, Eastwood 5063, South Australia.
    APC address is peg:suephil
    UUCP address is suephil@peg.pegasus.oz.au
    DIALCOM address is (DE3PEG)suephil!
    Bryn Mawr Classical Review
    The Bryn Mawr Classical Review is an electronic book review journal published
    at Bryn Mawr College and the University of Pennsylvania.  The editors are
    Richard Hamilton at Bryn Mawr and James J. O'Donnell at Penn; reviewers are
    drawn from a nationwide pool.  Publication began in 1990.  Electronic
    subscriptions are free.
    To subscribe:
    Send mail to mailserv@brynmawr.bitnet or to mailserv@brynmawr.edu with the
    Inquiries and submissions for the list should be sent to bmcr@brynmawr.bitnet
    or bmcr@brynmawr.edu. Electronic publication is irregular and continual, with
    individual items published as available; the published material is collected
    and published in traditional form five or more times a year.  For calendar
    year 1991, seven hard copy issues were published, containing approximately
    120 book reviews.  Subscriptions to the hard copy publication cost $10 per
    year; to subscribe, write:
    Bryn Mawr Classical Review Thomas Library Bryn Mawr College Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010
    Contact: James O'Donnell (JODONNEL@PENNSAS.UPENN.EDU)
    CATALYST: The Community Services Catalyst
    The Community Services Catalyst, a refereed print journal that has been
    serving community college educators for more than twenty years, is now
    distributed as an electronic journal in addition to its print version.
    The quarterly journal is published by the National Council on Community
    Services and Continuing Education, an affiliate council of the American
    Association of Community, Junior and Technical Colleges.  The journal is
    being made available in its electronic form by the Scholarly Communications
    Project of Virginia Tech, which is seeking to explore some of the new
    frontiers in electronic communication of scholarly work.
    CATALYST currently is distributed in its print form to dues-paying members of
    the Council, as a benefit of their membership, and to libraries and other
    non-members at subscription prices of $20 per year in the U.S., $25 outside
    the U.S.  The journal has a paid circulation (including members) of
    approximately 1200.
    Electronic subscribers, in addition to having access to past issues of the
    journal, will be sent the Tables of Contents of future issues as those issues
    are published; the subscribers then may order full texts by electronic mail
    from their own computers of any and all articles they wish to read.
    Currently, all articles from Issues Number 3 and 4 of Volume 21 (1991) are
    available on line.
    CATALYST is reviewed and indexed in the CURRENT INDEX TO JOURNALS IN
    EDUCATION and in ERIC and is available in microfilm and microfiche from
    University Microfilms International. Articles submitted for publication are
    reviewed by the editorial staff and editorial board.  Initiated in 1971,
    CATALYST is the second oldest continuously published journal in the community
    college field. It publishes practictioner-oriented articles on practices in
    continuing /community education as delivered by community colleges, including
    papers on research in the field.  The journal is printed at Virginia Tech, a
    fact that makes it easier to coordinate the printed and electronic versions.
    To Subscribe:
    To subscribe to the electronic journal, one need send only the command
    "SUBSCRIBE CATALYST Firstname Lastname" [where Firstname Lastname are the
    first and last names of the individual subscriber] by electronic mail to the
    address: LISTSERV@VTVM1 on Bitnet and LISTSERV@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU on the
    Internet.  John Doe, for example, would send the command SUBSCRIBE CATALYST
    JOHN DOE.  Electronic subscribers will receive instructions on how to order
    a list of available articles, how to retrieve full texts of those articles,
    and how to cancel their subscriptions.
    To make access to the journal more manageable, access is provided to
    individual articles, rather than to entire issues.  Interested readers, of
    course, may order all articles from an issue, on an individual basis.
    Lon Savage (SAVAGE@VTVM1)
    CORE is an electronic literary journal and contains quality short fiction,
    poetry, and essays.  In addition, I make an effort to find works that are
    unique to electronic communications -- an on-line interview for example, or
    exceptional Usenet posting. CORE is published monthly and is never over 30k
    in size.
    To Subscribe:
    Send e-mail to core-journal@eff.org.  Please specifiy that you are subbing
    CORE, as I handle other lists.
    Send to core-journal@eff.org.  They should be in plain ascii, preferably
    without tabs.
    Related List:
    Back Issues:
    May be ftp'ed from ftp.eff.org.  Those without ftp access should feel free to
    send e-mail to core-journal@eff.org to have the files mailed.
    Link Contact: Send e-mail to either core-journal@eff.org or Rita Rouvalis (rita@eff.org).

    Dargonzine - The Magazine of the Dargon Project

    DargonZine is an electronic magazine printing stories written for the Dargon Project, a shared-world anthology similar to (and inspired by) Robert Asprin's Thieves' World anthologies, created by David "Orny" Liscomb in his now retired magazine, FSFNet. The Dargon Project centers around a medieval-style duchy called Dargon in the far reaches of the Kingdom of Baranur on the world named Makdiar, and as such contains stories with a fantasy fiction/sword and sorcery flavor. At this time, DargonZine has no plans to publish anything other than Dargon Project stories, but there are several other magazines out there to satisfy this need.

    To Subscribe:
    Subscribers to DargonZine will have each new issue sent to their userid as it comes out. A subscription may be obtained by sending a request via MAIL to the editor, Dafydd, at the userid WHITE@DUVM.Bitnet. This request should contain your full userid (logonid and node, or a valid Internet address) as well as your full name and the file transfer format you prefer (either DISK DUMP, PUNCH/MAIL, or SENDFILE/NETDATA (non-Bitnet subscribers only have one option - Mail)). After that, you will receive all issues as they are sent out.

    As mentioned above, the Dargon Project is a shared-world 'anthology', and as such it requires a great deal of commitment from its writers. Readers wishing to write for the Project should contact the editor for more detailed instructions about the background of the Project as well as plotlines currently in development. Of course, the first requirement for joining the project is to read all of the Project's output to date to get to know the characters and world being written about. Back issues of FSFNet, the Project's first home, are available from the Listserv@TCSVM (and FTPable from vm.tcs.tulane.edu (in numbers, See above for back issue information about DargonZine.

    Back Issues:
    Back issues have been moved to the FTPable archive machine eklektik.cs.pitt.edu ( They are stored there in compressed format under the directory rpg/fiction/dargon in the form of dzv.n, where v=volume and n=number. They should be retrieved in binary format and must be uncompressed via the standard unix uncompress command. NOTE: it is possible for BitNet users without a direct internet connection to do FTP - try sending a 'help' to BitFTP or send me mail asking how to use it.


    The Distance Education Online Symposium

    The American Center for the Study of Distance Education at The
    Pennsylvania State University organizes DEOS and publishes The
    American Journal of Distance Education.  Our goal is to integrate the
    electronic medium and the printed medium to serve professionals and
    students in the field of distance education. 
    Richard Lee Holbert      X075RT@TAMVM1.BITNET
    P.O.Box 4111             X075RT@TAMVM1.TAMU.EDU
    Bryan, Texas 77805-4111  AK152@CLEVELAND.FREENET.EDU
    The Distance Education Online Symposium
    The American Center for the Study of Distance Education
    The Pennsylvania State University
    College of Education
    403 South Allen Street, Suite 206
    University Park, Pennsylvania  16801-5202, U.S.A.
    Telephone:  814-863-3764 Fax:  814-865-5878
    DEOS Editor: Morten Flate Paulsen
    Compuserve: 76436,350
    Bitnet: MFP101@PSUVM


    An electronic journal concerned with the implications of electronic documents and networks. EJournal is a peer-reviewed, academic periodical interested in theory and praxis surrounding the creation, transmission, storage, interpretation, alteration and replication of electronic text. Its scope includes the broader social, psychological, literary, economic and pedagogical implications of computer-mediated networks.

    ISSN: 1054-1053
    To Subscribe:
    EJournal is now soliciting essays, reviews and letters for possible publication. Send essays for review, and inquires, to
    Ted Jennings, Editor, Department of English University at Albany, State University of New York (ejournal@albnyvms) Bitnet
    Link to journal contents

    The Electronic Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic

    (EJASA) is published monthly by the Astronomical Society of the
    Atlantic, Inc.  The ASA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the
    advancement of amateur and professional astronomy and space
    exploration, and to the social and educational needs of its members.
    To Subscribe:
    ASA membership application is open to all with an interest in astronomy and
    space exploration.  The EJASA is available on USENET's sci.astro and
    sci.space newsgroups, as well as the ASA BBS at (404) 985-0408, 300/1200
    Baud.  Articles which appear in the EJASA may also be published in the
    Journal of the ASA (JASA), a hardcopy newsletter sent through U.S. Mail.
    The EJASA is currently available only through USENET and the ASA BBS, though
    I will mail a requested issue to someone on Bitnet if possible.  I do not
    maintain a large net mailing list for logistics reasons.
    Article submissions to the EJASA on astronomy and space exploration are most
    welcome.  Please send your on-line articles in ASCII format to Larry Klaes,
    EJASA Editor.  When sending your article submissions, please be certain to
    include either a network or regular mail address where you can be reached, a
    telephone number, and a brief biographical sketch.  Articles submitted,
    unless otherwise stated, become the property of the Astronomical Society of
    the Atlantic, Inc.  Though the articles will not be used for profit, they are
    subject to editing, abridgment, and other changes.  Copying or reprinting of
    the EJASA, in part or in whole, is encouraged, provided clear attribution is
    made to the Astronomical Society of the Atlantic, the Electronic Journal, and
    the author(s).  This Journal is Copyright (c) 1991 by the Astronomical
    Society of the Atlantic, Inc.
    Back Issues:
    Available upon request.
    Astronomical Society of the Atlantic (ASA)
    c/o Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA)
    Georgia State University (GSU)
    Atlanta, Georgia  30303
    Don Barry, ASA President - don@chara.gsu.edu or asa@chara.gsu.edu
    ASA BBS at (404) 985-0408, 300/1200 Baud
    ASA telephone Recording - (404) 264-0451
    Larry Klaes, EJASA Editor - klaes@advax.enet.dec.com
    or - ...!decwrl!advax.enet.dec.com!klaes
    or - klaes%advax.dec@decwrl.enet.dec.com
    or - klaes%advax.enet.dec.com@uunet.uu.net

    The Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication (EJC/REC)

    The EJC/REC is a quarterly, bilingual (English and French) journal in academic publication in the communication field. It is devoted to the study of communication theory, research, practice, and policy.

    ISSN: 1183-5656
    To Subscribe:
    Comserve is the distribution channel for EJC/REC. To subscribe to EJC/REC, send the following command on the first line of an electronic mail message to Comserve@Rpiecs (Bitnet) or Comserve@Vm.Ecs.Rpi.Edu (Internet):

    Join EJCREC Your Name e.g: Join EJCREC Debra J. Smith Submissions:

    Send manuscript and one page abstract by electronic mail to:

    Jim Winter, Winter@UCC.UWindsor.CA
    Claude Martin, Martin@CC.UMontreal.CA
    Articles and manuscripts may also be submitted on computer disks in ASCII format along with one page abstracts. Mail computer disks to:

    Jim Winter                      Claude Martin
    Dept. of Communication Studies  Dept. de Communication
    University of Windsor           Universite de Montreal
    Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4        C.P. 6128, Station A
    Canada                          Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7
    Related List:
    A free electronic resource for students and professionals who study human communication, Comserve is the distribution channel or "publisher" for EJC/REC. Also available through Comserve is a growing collection of bibliographies, research materials, announcements of professional meetings, grant opportunities, syllabi, class exercises, job announcements, and other resources relevant to the communication field.

    For more information about Comserve, send the word "help" (without quotation marks) on the first line of the body of an electronic mail message to one of the Comserve addresses provided above.

    Back Issues:
    A directory of all EJC/REC articles is available on Comserve. To obtain the directory, send the following command to Comserve (addresses provided above):

    Send EJCREC Directry Articles that appeared in back issues of EJC/REC can be obtained through Comserve by issuing the following command:

    Send Filename Filetype (Filenames and filetypes for each article are found in the EJCREC Directry.) For further information, please contact:
    Jim Winter, Winter@UCC.UWindsor.CA or Claude Martin, Martin@CC.UMontreal.CA or Comserve Editorial Staff, Support@Rpiecs (Bitnet) or Support@Vm.Ecs.Rpi.Edu (Internet)

    Fineart Forum

    Fineart Forum
     is a moderated electronic newsletter published monthly by ISAST
    on behalf of ASTN and distributed internationally over the electronic
    networks.  The newsletter covers all applications of science and technology
    to the contemporary arts and music.  Space Arts (note the s) News is a
    newsletter published by the Space Art Working Group of ISAST.  It covers news
    items relating to all aspects of space art, photography and architecture.
    To Subscribe:
    Send requests for subscription to 
    Fineart Forum
     to: Americas:
    (fast@garnet.berkeley.edu) or (FAST@UCBGARNE.bitnet) with the message:SUB
    FINE-ART your e-mail address  first-name, last-name, and postal address.
    Paper copies USD $55 per year subscription (includes Leonardo Electronic
    Newsletter).  Pay ISAST, Box 75, 1442A Walnut, Berkeley, CA 94709.
    Send submissions of items to be published in 
    Fineart Forum
    fast@garnet.berkeley.edu or FAST@UCBGARNE.bitnet.
    Related List:
    The ISAST Electronic Mail Directory is now available 24 hours a day on FAST,
    ISAST's Fine Art Science and Technology Online Bulletin Board and Database.
    Updated regularly, the Electronic Mail Directory provides the names and
    E-mail and postal addresses of over 200 professionals in the arts, sciences
    and technology, including subscribers to 
    Fineart Forum
    .  A paper copy of this
    Directory is also available from ISAST at $10 for members and $15 for
    non-members, contact isast@garnet.berkeley.edu or send mail to the address
    We would also like to remind you that the Electronic Mail Directory--and
    FAF--are only two of the total services provided by FAST.  FAST also
    Holography Hotline; Space Arts News; Words on Works; ISAST Member News;
    Calendars of Events; Directory of Organizations and Resources; Job Listings;
    and Bibliographies and Abstracts
    FAST is updated weekly and available on ACEN on The WELL conferencing system
    for a $20.00 annual subscription fee to ISAST Members, $40.00 to Non-Members
    (exclusive of online costs). For those without access to a modem, FAST is
    also available on diskette for an annual subscription fee of $60.00 to ISAST
    Members, $90.00 to Non-Members; or $17.00 per quarter to ISAST Members,
    $25.00 to Non-Members.
    How to Subscribe to FAST:  Send a check payable to ISAST to Box 75, 1442A
    Walnut Street, Berkeley, CA  94709, USA.  Online subscribers must include
    WELL logon.
    Exec. Editor:  Roger Malina
    Editor:  Nancy Nelson
    ASTN President: Annick Bureaud, ASTN, 57 Rue Falguiere, Paris France
    Canada  - Jeff Mann (intacc!fineart@cs.utoronto.ca)
    Italy - Francesco Giomi (conserva@ifiidg.fi.cnr.it)
    Japan - Hiroshi Okuno (okuno@ntt-20.ntt.jp)
    USA - Judy Malloy (jmalloy@garnet.berkeley.edu)
        - Susan Kirchman (smk@archone.tamu.edu)
    ISEA - Wim Van der Plas - (SCAN@rugr86.rug.nl)
    Published by:
    The International Society for Art, Science and Technology (ISAST) on behalf
    of: The Art, Science and Technology Network (ASTN) with support from:  The
    Macmillan Foundation, Hochscholl voor de Kunsten Utrecht and the
    Visualization Laboratory, Texas A&M University.
    Flora Online
    Peer-reviewed electronic journal for systematic botany. Includes original
    data-intensive studies or original programs dealing with botanical topics.
    ISSN: 0892-9106
    To Subscribe:
    Issues are available free online by dial up at 716-896-7581 (8-N-1), or
    through anonymous FTP at huh.harvard.edu; also available on MS-DOS formatted
    diskettes at $7.50 each. Ten diskettes cover the 27 issues published to date.
    Write Clinton Herbarium, Buffalo Museum of Science, 1020 Humboldt Parkway,
    Buffalo, NY 14211.
    Richard H. Zander, Editor of Flora Online at above address. Text files should
    be in straight ASCII to reach the maximum readership; programs should be
    Back Issues:
    Available in the same fashion as the most recent issue.
    Editor at above address.
    Intertext - An Electronic Fiction Digest
    Intertext is a bi-monthly magazine devoted to the publication of quality
    fiction.  Non-fiction articles may also appear occasionally.
    To Subscribe:
    Subscribe by mailing jsnell@ucsd.edu -- specify ASCII or postscript
    Submit stories and non-fiction to jsnell@ucsd.edu
    Back Issues:
    via FTP at network.ucsd.edu
    Jason Snell
    IOUDAIOS Review
    IOUDAIOS Review is the serial electronic publication of IOUDAIOS@YORKVM1, the
    international electronic forum for scholarship on Early Judaism and Christian
    Origins. It is a review journal, which uses the electronic medium to provide
    thorough peer reviews quickly. It uses a simplified SGML system to facilitate
    electronic distribution.
    ISSN 1183-9937
    To Subscribe:
    Subscription available through IOUDAIOS: send mail message
    SUB IOUDAIOS Your Name
    substituting your name for "Your Name", to LISTSERV@YORKVM1
    (BITNET) or listserv@vm1.yorku.ca (internet).
    Submissions are invited and scrutinized by the editors, though the editors
    remain open to receiving unsolicited reviews.
    Related List:
    IOUDAIOS @vm1.yorku.ca (see above)
    Back Issues:
    Back issues are available on the fileserver at YORKVM1.
    David Reimer, Wilfrid Laurier Unversity
    Issues In Science and Technology Librarianship
    Issues In Science and Technology Librarianship is a publication of the
    Science and Technology Section of the Association of College and Research
    Libraries, American Library Association. It is part of the STS Electronic
    Communicatons Program and is sent out over the internet. This publication is
    in its formative stages but expects to provide short substantial articles on
    timely and important topics in science and technology librarianship.  It will
    also provide conference and workshop reports as well as short
    correspondences.  Special columns are in the process of being developed to
    address service issues and hot topics.  Issues In Science and Technology
    Librarianship is a produced by an electronic publicaton subcommittee of the
    Newsletter Committee of STS. This publication does not intend to duplicate
    other electronic publications but intends to cover areas not currently
    available in electronic format.
    To Subscribe:
    Send a message to ACRLSTS@HAL.UNM.EDU  This is not a Listserver address.
    ACRLSTS@HAL.UNM.EDU  Unsolicited articles will be reviewed by an editorial
    Back Issues:
    Harry LLull, Editor, Centennial Science and Engineering Library, University
    of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87112. ACRLSTS@HAL.UNM.EDU
    Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research
    The Journal of the International Academy of Hospitality Research is published
    by The Scholarly Communications Project of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
    State University, Blacksburg, VA., for the International Academy of
    Hospitality Research.  JIAHR publishes refereed articles on basic and applied
    research in all aspects of hospitality and tourism.  It is distributed via
    Bitnet and the Internet to paid subscribers, including members of the
    Academy, faculty, staff and students in hospitality/tourism research and
    educational programs, and libraries.  An issue is sent out whenever an
    article is judged of sufficient quality for distribution; the first issue
    went out Nov. 26, 1990, the second Feb. 20, 1991, the third May 27, 1991 and
    the fourth Dec. 6, 1991.
    To Subscribe:
    Contact the editor and publisher at JIAHRED@VTVM1 (on Bitnet) or
    JIAHRED@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU on the Internet.
    Note - this e-journal is not free over the networks.  Subscription prices are
    $30 per year for institutions, $20 for individuals, $10 for students.
    Journal of Technology Education
    The JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION provides a forum for scholarly discussion
    on topics relating to technology education. (This is NOT to be confused with
    "educational technology."  Technology education is a subject area in the
    public schools like art, music, mathematics, etc. It was formerly known to
    most of the world as "industrial arts"). Articles focus on technology
    education research, philosophy, theory, or practice.  In addition, the
    JOURNAL publishes book reviews, guest articles, comprehensive literature
    analyses, and reactions to previously published articles.
    ISSN 1045-1064
    To Subscribe:
    Subscribe to the Listserv JTE-L at VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU
    Send five copies of manuscripts (following the APA Style) to Mark Sanders,
    JTE Editor, 144 Smyth Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0432.
    Back Issues:
    Some are available at $5/copy ($7 overseas)
    Mark Sanders (address above) or MSANDERS at VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU
    "Library and Information Science Research Electronic Conference."  LIBRES is
    an electronic journal designed to foster library and information science
    research and support the development of our knowledge base.  This forum will
    serve as a professional networking and information source.  We will share
    ideas, solutions and experiences.
    LIBRES will include discussions of research in progress, reviews of research,
    queries and responses from participants, and conference announcements.
    LIBRES will be distributed monthly, mid-month as editorial staffing allows.
    All editors are volunteers on the LIBRES Project.  Subscription is open to
    anyone interested.
    To Subscribe:
    You may subscribe to LIBRES by sending a subscribe command by interactive
    message or by e-mail.  To subscribe by interactive message, send the command:
    SUB LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname to LISTSERV@KENTVM. For example, IBM VM CMS users would enter: tell listserv at kentvm "sub LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname VAX VMS users would enter: send listserv@kentvm "sub LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname You may also subscribe by sending an e-mail message to LISTSERV@KENTVM or if your account is on the Internet send to LISTSERV@KENTVM.KENT.EDU, with the following command as the text of the message. SUB LIBRES YourFirstname YourLastname
    You must leave the subject line empty and please don't include any extra text
    as a machine will read this not a human (at first)
    EDITORS@KENTVM or EDITORS@KENTVM.KENT.EDU is the address to which to send
    submissions and questions about the 
    The Co-Editors are
    Diane Kovacs --     dkovacs@kentvm	dkovacs@kentvm.kent.edu
    Tom Froehlicht --   froehli@kentvm	tfroehli@kentvm.kent.edu
    Julie McDaniel --   jmcdanie@kentvm	jmcdanie@kentvm.kent.edu
    Amey Park -- 	    apark@kentvm     	apark@kentvm.kent.edu
    Barbara Schloman -- bschloma@kentvm	bschloma@kentvm.kent.edu
    Ellen Detlefsen --  ellen@pittvm	sellen@idis.lis.pitt.edu
    Rosemary Dumont --  rdumont@kentvm	rdumont@kentvm.kent.edu
    An Electronic Monthly from Meckler Publishing. MeckJournal, available at no
    charge, is an electronic service offerred through Meckler's Electronic
    Publishing Division.  Issues include an editorial, late breaking news,
    feature articles published or forthcoming from any of Meckler's 14
    technology- related periodicals, and other irregularly available features.
    ISSN 1058-692X
    To Subscribe:
    Send a message to Meckler@jvnc.net with the following information in the body
    of the text:
    Subscribe MeckJournal <Internet or Bitnet address>
    Subscribers will automatically receive the current issue.
    Direct submission inquiries to Nancy Nelson at Meckler@jvnc.net, by phone
    (203-226-6967), by fax (203-454-5840), or by mail Meckler, 11 Ferry Lane
    West, Westport, CT 06880.  Submissions are refereed by appropriate members of
    the 18 member advisory board.
    Related List:
    MC(2), an related information service is available for inspection and data
    searching.  To access MC(2), telnet to nicol.jvnc.net, type nicol at login
    prompt, select MC(2).  (no password is needed) Information included on MC(2)
    includes Meckler's complete publications catalog and order form: technology
    conference programs and registration form, MeckJournal: Tables of Contents of
    Meckler Journals: Document Delivery Ordering Information: CD-ROM Librarian
    index, 1986-1990: Computers in Libraries index, 1985-1990: Questionnaires for
    Response, (a) Dial in: An Annual Guide to Library OPACs, (b) CD-ROMs in
    Print: Library-produced CD-ROMs.
    Back Issues:
    Available on nicol (telnet to nicol.jvnc.net, type nicol at login prompt,
    select (MC(2).
    Nancy Nelson
    Meckler Publishing, 11 Ferry Lane West, Westport, CT 06880;
    (203)226-6967; FAX (203)454-5840. Electronic Address: Internet,
    Meckler@jvnc.net.  Outside of North and South America, contact:
    Meckler Ltd., 2470249 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V 1HQ, U.K.
    (71)931-9985; FAX (71)931-8908.
    New Horizons in Adult Education
    NEW HORIZONS IN ADULT EDUCATION, founded in 1987, is a refereed electronic
    journal managed by graduate students.  Using the speed of electronic
    transmission, NEW HORIZONS  gives all types of adult educators a means to
    publish their most current thinking and research within adult education and
    related fields.   The editorial staff, comprised of graduate students, sends
    submissions out for blind review, relays the reviewers' comments to authors,
    and finally, formats and distributes the revised articles in the form of NEW
    HORIZONS IN ADULT EDUCATION  -- all this is done using the medium of
    mainframe computer telecommunications.
    NEW HORIZONS IN ADULT EDUCATION is transmitted to adult educators around the
    world via The Adult Education Network (AEDNET), an electronic network.
    AEDNET and the journal are sponsored by Syracuse University, through funding
    from the Kellogg Foundation.  Access to NEW HORIZONS IN ADULT EDUCATION is
    facilitated in two ways. First the journal is free. Second, the contents of
    the journal are indexed in ERIC, Educational Resources Information Center.
    Syracuse University's Adult Education Program hopes the journal and AEDNET
    will be catalysts in connecting adult educators throughout the world and in
    promoting the exchange of ideas and research.
    Articles can be submitted to NEW HORIZONS in a variety of disk formats
    through regular land mail or electronically over AEDNET.  If an individual
    author does not have access to mainframe computer technology, the editorial
    staff will work with conventional paper copies and postal systems to publish
    important contributions to adult education.
    To Subscribe:
    If you would like to subscribe to NEW HORIZONS IN ADULT EDUCATION, enroll in
    the Adult Education Network by sending an email note to aednet@suvm (for
    BITNET) or aednet.suvm.acs.syr.edu (for Internet) which contains your USERID
    and FULL NAME.  Those adult educators interested in submitting articles
    should contact the journal at horizons@suvm or horizons@suvm.acs.syr.edu by
    Editors, NEW HORIZONS
    Syracuse University
    Adult Education Program
    350 Huntington Hall
    Syracuse, NY  13244-2340
    Tel: 315/443-3421
    FAX: 315/443-5732
    horizons@suvm (for BITNET)
    horizons@suvm.acs.syr.edu (Internet)
    Netweaver - Newsletter of the Electronic Networking Association
    NETWEAVER is an electronic publication of the Electronic Networking
    To Subscribe:
    Robert Kraft's OFFLINE column has appeared in printed form since 1984 in the
    Bulletin of the Council of Societies for the Study of Religion and in the
    Religious Studies News.  Despite its name, it also now appears in
    prepublication electronic form on the HUMANIST discussion list at the node
    BROWNVM and on the IOUDAIOS list at YORKVM1.  OFFLINE began as a service of
    the Computer Assisted Research Group of the Society of Biblical Literature,
    but it attempts to cover more widely the actual and potential use of
    computers in religious studies in general.  Currently, an editorial team
    often contributes items for inclusion in the column.
    There is no subscription list but if one is a member of either
    HUMANIST@BROWNMVM or IOUDAIOS@YORKVM1 then it will be sent to you as it is
    issued to these lists.
    Back Issues:
    Available from the HUMANIST filelist which can be obtained by issuing the
    You may obtain a copy by issuing the command -- GET filename filetype
    HUMANIST -- either interactively or as a batch-job, addressed to
    ListServ@Brownvm.  Thus on a VM/CMS system, you say interactively:  TELL
    LISTSERV AT BROWNVM GET filename filetype HUMANIST; if you are not on a
    VM/CMS system, send mail to ListServ@Brownvm with the GET command as the
    first and only line.
    Please send information, suggestions or queries concerning OFFLINE to Robert
    A. Kraft, Box 36 College Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA
    19104-6303.  Telephone (215) 898-5827.  Bitnet address:  KRAFT@PENNDRLS (for
    Internet add.UPENN.EDU).  To request printed information or materials from
    OFFLINE, please supply an appropriately sized, self-addressed envelope or an
    address label.  A complete electronic file of OFFLINE columns (some 500K and
    growing) is available upon request (for IBM/DOS, Mac, or IBYCUS), or from the
    HUMANIST discussion group FileServer (BROWNVM.BITNET).
    Online Journal of Distance Education and Communication
    In the industrial age, we go to school.  In the information age, school can
    come to us.  This is the message implicit in the media and movement of
    distance education.  The issues that the Journal is concerned with fall into
    four basic content areas:
    The Journal is interested in distance education as the organized method of
    reaching geographically disadvantaged learners, whether K-12, post secondary,
    or general enrichment students.
    The Journal recognizes that education encompasses a broad area of experience
    and that distance education includes distance communications that fall
    outside the domain of formal learning.  The Journal welcomes contributions
    that deal with serving people at a distance who aren't necessarily associated
    with a learning institution.
    Once the distance education infrastructure is solidly in place, local
    learners will want to tap into it, because they simply prefer learning in a
    decentralized setting or because they want to expand their learning
    opportunities and resources beyond those immediately available to them.  This
    phenomenon, which we call 'bringing distance education home,' will grow in
    the coming years and we look forward to hearing from people about
    telecommunications in education, as a tool or a content area.
    The Journal is interested in projects concerned with overcoming cultural
    barriers through the use of electronic communication.
    A Word About Approach:
    Electronic journals are different from their paper-based counterparts in two
    significant ways.  The first is the uncompromising sequentiality of online
    media- readers can not skip past online articles that don't interest them the
    way they can in a conventional magazine.  And second, generally anyone who
    writes for an online publication is on the same network as those who read it.
    Therefore, it is much easier for writers and readers to contact each other.
    These two aspects fit together nicely.  I ask writers to contribute short
    (1-2 page) summary articles.  Readers interested in specific articles can
    then ask writers directly for more detail.  This approach cuts down on the
    network resources needed to distribute the Online Journal and allows for
    greater reader interactivity, while reducing the amount of unwanted
    information readers are forced to scroll through.
    To Subscribe:
    Send the following command to LISTSERV@UWAVM: SUB DISTED your_full_name
    All contributions should be sent to JADIST@ALASKA
    Any other questions about DISTED can be sent to:
    Jason B. Ohler, Editor  or  Paul J. Coffin
    JFJBO@ALASKA                JSPJC@ALASKA
    Public-Access Computer Systems News
    Public-Access Computer Systems News is an electronic newsletter that contains
    brief news items about end-user computer systems in libraries.  It is
    published by the University of Houston Libraries. The newsletter was
    established in March 1990 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr. and Dana Rooks, who
    co-edit the publication.  Issues are sent out as messages on PACS-L, and back
    issues are stored on the list server.
    The newsletter is copyrighted; however, copying is permitted for
    noncommercial use by computer conferences, individual scholars, and
    libraries.  Libraries are authorized to add the newsletter to their
    collections at no cost.  The newsletter is cataloged on OCLC; its ISSN is
    To retrieve an issue of the Public-Access Computer Systems News, send an
    e-mail message to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU containing the
    appropriate command based on the issue's volume and number:
    Access to these files is not restricted to PACS-L users.
    For further information, contact: Charles W. Bailey, Jr., Assistant Director
    for Systems, University Libraries, University of Houston, Houston, TX
    77204-2091, (713) 749-4241 or LIB3@UHUPVM1.
    The Public-Access Computer Systems Review
    The Public-Access Computer Systems Review (PACS Review) is a refereed
    electronic journal about end-user computer systems in libraries.  It covers
    topics such as CD-ROM databases, electronic publishing, expert systems,
    hypertext programs, microcomputer labs, locally-mounted databases,
    network-based information resources, and online catalogs.  It is published by
    the University of Houston Libraries.
    The PACS Review, which was established in January 1990, is distributed at no
    charge on BITNET, Internet, and other computer networks.  Charles W. Bailey,
    Jr., University of Houston Libraries, is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the
    journal; Leslie Pearse, OCLC, is the Associate Editor, Columns; Dana Rooks,
    University of Houston Libraries, is the Associate Editor, Communications; and
    Mike Ridley, University of Waterloo, is the Associate Editor, Reviews.  The
    journal has a fifteen-member Editorial Board.
    The PACS Review is associated with the moderated PACS-L list, which sends out
    between five and fifteen messages per day about end-user computer systems in
    libraries.  PACS-L currently serves over 3,300 users in 35 countries.  PACS-L
    was founded in June 1989 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.; it is currently moderated
    by Dana Rooks (LIBL@UHUPVM1) and Jill Hackenberg (LIBJ@JETSON.UH.EDU). PACS-L
    users have an automatic subscription to the journal.  To join PACS-L, send
    the following e-mail message to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU:
    SUBSCRIBE PACS-L First Name Last Name.
    PACS Review articles are stored as individual files on the list server, and
    a table of contents message for each issue is sent out to all PACS-L users.
    After looking over the table of contents message, users can retrieve article
    files of interest.
    The journal is copyrighted; however, copying is permitted for noncommercial
    use by computer conferences, individual scholars, and libraries.  Libraries
    are authorized to add the journal to their collections at no cost.  The
    journal is cataloged on OCLC and RLIN; its ISSN is 1048-6542.
    To retrieve the table of contents file for an issue of the PACS Review, send
    an e-mail message to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU that
    contains the appropriate command based on the issue's volume and number:
    To retrieve an annual index file for a volume of the PACS Review, send an
    e-mail message to LISTSERV@UHUPVM1 or LISTSERV@UHUPVM1.UH.EDU that contains
    the appropriate command based on the volume's number:
    Access to these files is not restricted to PACS-L users.  To obtain a
    complete list of available files, send the following message to
    For a description of the early days of the PACS Review, see: Bailey, Jr.,
    Charles W.  "Electronic (Online) Publishing in Action: The Public-Access
    Computer Systems Review and Other Electronic Serials."  Online 15 (January
    1991): 28-35.
    Occasional magazine (electronic) of news and humor relating to Poland and
    Polish issues, particularly Poland's democratic evolution and its expansion
    of computer networking internally and to the West.  Written in English;
    intended for audiences both in the West and in Poland.
    To Subscribe:
    Pigulki is distributed at present (April 1991) by its editors and by
    designated distributors.  We are interested in finding anonymous FTP sites to
    increase availability of back issues.  Until that time, please send inquiries
    on submissions, subscriptions and back issues to Dave Philips
    Back Issues:
    To obtain Pigulki issue 4, for example, mail the following message to
    netlib@mthvax.cs.miami.edu:  send pigulki.004 from poland
    Unix users and others with uncompress s/w may use the anon. ftp at
    mthvax.cs.miami.edu (weeknights and evenings US Eastern time only, please) to
    obtain back issues from subdirectory poland.  Other users should use the mail
    request method (above).
    Jerzy Klimkowski (Glen Allen, VA, USA) email: jleleno@cabell.vcu.edu
    Dave Phillips    (Kenmore, NY, USA)    email: davep@acsu.buffalo.edu
    Jacek Ulanski    (Lodz, Poland)        email: julanski@plearn.bitnet
    Marek Zielinski  (Rego Park, NY, USA)  email:zielinski@acfcluster.nyu.edu
    PIGULKI Authorized Distributors
    North America
     FLORIDA:          Andrew Mossberg     (aem@mthvax.cs.miami.edu)
     OTHER N.AMERICA:  Dave Phillips       (davep@acsu.buffalo.edu)
    Oceania:            Marek Samoc         (mjs111@phys.anu.edu.au)
     Sweden/Poland:    Marek Chudoba       (d87-wch@nada.kth.se)
     Other Europe:     Marek Zielinski     (zielinski@acfcluster.nyu.edu)
    Postmodern Culture
    Postmodern Culture is an electronic journal of interdisciplinary studies.  We
    publish writing which ranges from analytical essays and reviews to video
    scripts and other new literary forms.  Postmodern Culture hopes to publish
    excellent work, to open the discussion of postmodernism to a wide audience
    and to new and different participants, to encourage reconsideration of the
    forms and practices of academic writing, and to experiment with departures
    from the traditional idea of published texts as immutable and monologic.
    Postmodern Culture is published 3 times a year, in September, January, and
    May.  Volume 1, number 1 was the September, 1990 issue; Volume 2 begins with
    September of 1991, et cetera.
    ISSN:  1053-1920
    To Subscribe:
    Requests for electronic mail subscriptions can be mailed directly to the
    ListServ program which distributes the journal (Internet:
    listserv@ncsuvm.cc.ncsu.edu, Bitnet:  listserv@ncsuvm); this mail should
    contain only the one-line command:
    sub pmc-list [your_first_name your_last_name]
    There should be no other text, spaces, or blank lines before this command, no
    brackets around your first and last name, and no other text after the
    Postmodern Culture is also available on microfiche and on disk (DOS-format
    3.5" or 5.25" double-sided, low-density disks, and Macintosh-format 3.5"
    double-sided, low-density disks).  Subscription rates for these formats are
    $15/year for individuals, $30/year for institutions (in Canada, add $3;
    elsewhere outside the U.S., add $7).  Requests for disk or fiche
    subscriptions should be sent to the journal's postal address, given below.
    Journal-sponsored Discussion List:
    Using the ListServ address, readers may also subscribe free of charge to
    PMC-Talk, an open discussion group for issues relating to the journal's
    contents and to postmodernism in general.  To request subscription to
    PMC-Talk from the ListServ program, substitute "pmc-talk" for "pmc-list" in
    the ListServ command given above.  PMC-Talk has its own set of files,
    including bibliographies, translations, non-juried essays, interviews, and
    creative writing.
    Electronic-mail submissions can be sent to the journal's editorial address:
    Bitnet:  pmc@ncsuvm
    Internet:  pmc@ncsuvm.cc.ncsu.edu
    Submissions to the journal can also be made on disk or in hard copy; disk
    submissions should be in WordPerfect or ASCII format, but if this is not
    possible please indicate the program and operating system used.  The
    journal's postal address is:
    Postmodern Culture
    Box 8105
    North Carolina State University
    Raleigh, NC 27695-8105
    Documentation for critical essays should follow the current MLA format; a
    list of the text-formatting conventions used by Postmodern Culture for ASCII
    text is available on request.
    Back Issue:
    NOTE:  the index of files available from PMC-LIST may be retrieved as a mail
    message rather than as a file by adding F=MAIL to the end of any of the
    command lines specified below.
    A. If you are on Bitnet/NetNorth/EARN and use an IBM VM/CMS system send the
    interactive command
    As an alternative, send a mail message to LISTSERV AT NCSUVM containing the
    one and only line
    This should be on the first line of the mail message--in other words, there
    should be no blank lines and no salutation preceding this line.
    B. If you are on Bitnet/NetNorth/EARN and use a VAX VMS system, type
    You may also be able to use the following interactive procedure:
    SEND/REMOTE NCSUVM LISTSERVat which point you should get the prompt
    (NCSUVM)LISTSERV:At the prompt, type
    If neither the SEND command nor the interactive procedure produce the desired
    results, use whatever command you have to send a file--e.g., SENDFILE--to
    LISTSERV AT NCSUVM, the first and only line of the file you send being
    C.If you are on Bitnet/NetNorth/EARN but don't use an IBM VM/CMS system, or
    if you are not on Bitnet (e.g., JANET, ARPA, UUCP, etc.) use your mailer of
    whatever kind--e.g., MAIL--to send an ordinary message to LISTSERV AT NCSUVM
    and include as the one and only line
    The Editors:
    Bitnet:   pmc@ncsuvm
    Internet: pmc@ncsuvm.cc.ncsu.edu
    PSYCOLOQUY is a refereed electronic journal (ISSN 1044-0143) sponsored
    American Psychological Association's Science Directorate and Office of
    Publication and Communication and co-edited by Stevan Harnad (Psychology
    Department, Princeton University) and Perry London (Dean, Graduate School of
    Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University).
    PSYCOLOQUY publishes brief reports of ideas and findings on which the author
    wishes to solicit rapid peer feedback, international and interdisciplinary
    ("Scholarly Skywriting"), in all areas of psychology and its related fields
    (biobehavioral, cognitive, neural, social, etc.). All contributions are
    refereed by members of PSYCOLOQUY's 60-member Editorial Board.
    Target articles should normally not exceed 500 lines in length, commentaries
    and responses should not exceed 200 lines. All target articles must have (1)
    a short abstract ( < 100 words), (2) an indexable title, (3) 6 - 8 indexable
    keywords, and the (4) author's full name and institutional address. The
    submission should be accompanied by (5) a rationale for soliciting commentary
    (e.g., why would commentary be useful and of interest to the field? what kind
    of commentary do you expect to elicit?) and (6) a list of potential
    commentators (with their email addresses). Commentaries must have indexable
    titles and the commentator's full name and institutional address (abstract is
    Authors of accepted manuscripts assign to PSYCOLOQUY the right to distribute
    the text electronically and to archive and make it permanently retrievable
    electronically. However, they retain the copyright, and after it has appeared
    in PSYCOLOQUY authors may republish their text any way they wish --
    electronic or print -- as long as they clearly acknowledge PSYCOLOQUY as its
    original locus of publication. Except in very special cases, agreed upon in
    advance, articles that have already been published or are about to be
    published elsewhere are not eligible to be considered for publication in
    To Subscribe:
    To subscribe to PSYCOLOQUY send a message to either:
    containing the following one-line message (without a message header or topic,
    i.e. leave "Subject" line blank):
    sub psyc Firstname Lastname
    (substituting your first and last name, of course).
    After you are notified that you are on the list, subsequent postings to the
    list should be sent to:
    which will redirect them to the list's editors, who will post them for you if
    they are judged appropriate.
    The PSYCOLOQUY list can be retrieved by sending to listserv@pucc.bitnet the
    rev psyc
    If you do not want your email address to be retrievable that way, send to
    listserv@pucc.bitnet the command:
    set psyc conceal
    (This command will only work after you are already signed on.)
    The archive of PSYCOLOQUY back-issues is currently retrievable both by
    anonymous ftp on the Internet and by the standard listserv file retrieval
    commands on Bitnet:
    (1) Bitnet/Listserv Retrieval of PSYCOLOQUY Archive:
    Bitnet users can either send the commands shown below as a TELL message to
    Listserv (TELL LISTSERV AT PUCC) or as email to LISTSERV@PUCC.bitnet. If you
    use email, your commands should appear in the body of the message and not in
    the subject line. Remember to send your mail requests to
    LISTSERV@PUCC.bitnet, not to PSYC@PUCC.bitnet
    To get a list of all PSYC files:
    This will send you a file containing the names of all the available files.
    Issuing the command INDEX PSYC will produce the same results. The file sent
    by this command is not the same as the PSYC INDEX file, so it might be less
    confusing to use the GET command rather than the INDEX command.
    Then, to order an individual file:
    GET fname ftype
    fname and ftype are the CMS Filename and Filetype as listed in the PSYC
    FILELIST file.
    Listserv does limit the amount of data that a user can order in a single day.
    Currently the limit is 3 Meg, so this will not affect PSYC users.
    (2) Internet/Unix/ftp Retrieval of PSYCOLOQUY Archive
    The PSYCOLOQUY archives are temporarily available by anonymous ftp, if you
    have it. To retrieve a file by ftp from a Unix/Internet site, type either:
    ftp princeton.edu
    When you are asked for your login, type: anonymous
    For your password, type: your-own-login-name@your-system-name
    then change directories with: cd pub/harnad
    To list the available files, type: ls
    The archive files look like this: psyc.arch...
    Next, retrieve the file you want with (for example): get psyc.arch.1.9
    When you have the file(s) you want, type: quit
    JANET users can use the Internet file transfer utility at JANET node
    UK.AC.FT-RELAY to get BBS files. Use standard file transfer, setting the site
    to be UK.AC.FT-RELAY, the userid as anonymous@edu.princeton, the password as
    your own userid, and the remote filename to be the filename according to Unix
    conventions (i.e. something like pub/harnad/psyc.arch.1.9). Lower case should
    be used where indicated, using quotes if necessary to avoid automatic
    translation into upper case.
    The above cannot be done form Bitnet directly, but there is a fileserver
    called bitftp@pucc.bitnet that will do it for you. Send it the one line
    for instructions (which will be similar to the above, but will be in the form
    of a series of lines in an email message that bitftp will then execute for
    PSYCOLOQUY can also be accessed on Usenet as the moderated newsgroup
    sci.psychology.digest but then you will regularly have to check Usenet for
    new issues, because they are not automatically emailed to you as they are in
    the Bitnet version.
    Stevan Harnad
    (harnad@clarity.princeton.edu) or (harnad@pucc.bitnet)
    QUANTA - Science, Fact, and Fiction
    Quanta is the elctronic magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Quanta has
    been around since October of 1989, and publishes fiction by amateur and
    professional authors from all corners of the net.  Quanta is published in two
    formats, ascii text for reading on-line and PostScript for dumping to
    PostScript laser-printers.
    ISSN: 1053-8496
    To Subscribe:
    To receive more info on Quanta, or to be added to the distribution list, send
    mail to one of the following addresses, depending on which version of the
    magazine you'd like to receive.
    Send mail only- no interactive messages or files please.  Note that if you
    subscribe with a letter sent over BITNET, you will have the magazine sent to
    you as a file over BITNET, whereas if you subscribe with a letter sent over
    the Internet, the magazine will be sent to you as a series of mail messages.
    Also, if you request it, I will put you on the "FTP" list which means you
    will get a notice when a new issue comes out, directing you how to pick it up
    from one of the servers.  This is to save wear and tear on mailer machines
    and to generally spread the load of distribution over a wider area.
    Back Issues:
    There are three FTP archives for Quanta issues and back issues:
    Host:                   IP#:                    Directory:
    export.acs.cmu.edu      (           /pub/quanta
    eff.org                 (          /journals/Quanta
    lth.se*                 (          /documents/Quanta
    European service only
    In all cases, use login name of "anonymous" and send your mailing address as
    the password. When FTPing these files, make sure to select BINARY transfer
    Back issues may also be obtained over AFS from the directory:
    If you have any questions or problems concerning FTP sites, or the AFS
    directory, please mail them to quanta@andrew.cmu.edu so I can check up on
    Quanta needs stories.  What's in it for you, you ask?  True, Quanta can't pay
    you for your submissions (yet), but getting fiction into Quanta means
    distribution and recognition.  Quanta also publishes reviews, articles and
    Submitting material to Quanta is as easy as sending it to
    quanta+@andrew.cmu.edu.  If your submission is already in LaTeX format, send
    it in that format (RTF is also acceptable). Otherwise, send in straight ASCII
    Daniel Appelquist (da1n+@andrew.cmu.edu).
    RD: Graduate Research in the Arts
    RD: GRADUATE RESEARCH IN THE ARTS is a refereed journal dedicated to
    publishing the work of graduate scholars in the Arts.  Its mandate is to
    provide an appropriate forum for their scholarly work and a collective voice
    for their issues and interests.  Papers are accepted from graduate students
    in the Arts, Fine Arts, and Humanities in any of the following areas:
    language, literature and other
    constructions of the self, gender, class and race
    the academy itself and its institutional imperatives.
    Multidisciplinary and collaborative work is also encouraged.  RD is published
    twice a year.
    Although based at York University, Canada, RD's editors, editorial board, and
    readers are made up of graduate students across North America.  The editors
    actively solicit applications from graduate students from various
    institutions to act as readers of papers. Volunteers should include a CV, or
    a brief summary of their scholarly work and publications, to the editors.
    ISSN: 1188-0708
    To Subscribe:
                            1 Year  2 Years
    Student                 $16.00  $30.00
    Individual/Institution  $24.00  $44.00
    Please add 7% for GST.  Made checks payable to RD, and send to
    RD, Subscriptions
    York University
    c/o Graduate Programme in English
    215 Stong College
    4700 Keele Street
    North York, Ontario
    CANADA  M3J 1P3
    Individuals who have access to e-mail can receive electronic versions of the
    journal free of charge by sending their name, status (student, faculty,
    other) and e-mail address to rd@writer.yorku.ca.bitnet.
    Address two copies of each paper to the editors with a SASE and proof of
    current enrollment in a graduate programme (for instance, photocopy of a
    student card or letter from the programme).  Submissions can also be sent on
    disk (DOS or Macintosh format) or by e-mail.  If you intend to send papers by
    e-mail, please contact the editors to receive guidelines for indicating
    foreign or special characters and italics. All submissions should conform to
    the _MLA Style Manual_.
    Back Issues:
    Available by contacting the editors.
    Stephen N. Matsuba
    Editor, RD
    York University
    c/o Graduate Programme in English
    215 Stong College
    4700 Keele Street
    North York, Ontario
    CANADA  M3J 1P3
    bitnet: RD@WRITER.YORKU.CA
    Religious Studies Publications Journal - CONTENTS
    - An all electronic, network distributed serial for Religious Studies
    ISSN: 1188-5734
         To disseminate via the global computer networks;
         1) The table of contents, standard bibliographic information, abstracts
          and reviews of new and recent publications in Religious Studies
         2) Thesis and dissertations, subject bibliographies, glossaries, course
          syllabi and other pedagogical material.
         3) Software reviews of computer programs relevant to Religious Studies
         4) Prepublication papers, dissertation abstracts, solicitations for
          manuscripts, and provide a central source of information on all
          networked documents of interest to Religious Studies and related
          To provide a comprehensive network distributed source of information on
          Religious Studies publications, pedagogical and research resources and
          software tools.
          The Religious Studies Publications Journal - CONTENTS, subtitled the
    CONTENTS Project, is a networked electronic journal that brings together
    academic publishers and online scholars in Religious Studies and related
    fields. This journal provides an information service to academic publishers
    and the more than one thousand scholars in Religious Studies and related
    fields who are online with BITNET, Internet, and other international computer
    networks.  CONTENTS' primary function is the posting of table of contents,
    standard bibliographic, pricing and ordering information, abstracts and
    reviews of new books and journal issues of relevance to academics in the
    broad field of Religious Studies.  This electronic journal also publishes
    software reviews of programs essential to computer assisted research.
    CONTENTS extends the scope of electronic publication by combining reviews and
    abstracts with table of contents and ordering information of new books and
    journals in print.  Publishers are encouraged to provide an electronic mail
    contact address so as to enable CONTENTS' subscribers to order texts via the
    network.  This electronic journal is designed in anticipation of the
    developing commercialization of the academic networks and anticipates the
    growing trend within publishing houses of accommodating individual chapter
    and single article purchases.
          The CONTENTS Project operates by obtaining permission from participating
    publishers to scan the table of contents from new and recent books and
    journals and disseminates this information in electronic text to its
    subscribers.  To the table of contents is added information on the publisher,
    number of pages, price, abstracts and, if available, online ordering contact.
    Publishers also are encourage to submit abstracts, book notes and reviews for
    electronic republication.
          CONTENTS will also disseminate and archive information on works in
    progress, conference announcements, solicitations for manuscripts, complete
    dissertations, bibliographies, networked documents and audio-visual resources
    of relevance to Religious Studies. All publication records posted by the
    CONTENTS Project are archived via LISTSERV at Listserv@Uottawa or
    Listserv@Acadvm1.Uottawa.Ca and may be searched or downloaded by the network
    community.  Eventually, all CONTENTS records will be fully searchable as an
    online public access database via TELNET.
          A supplement to CONTENTS, Lists in Review, provides an overview of many
    of the Listserv lists (online academic conferences) of relevance to Religious
    Studies.  A team of editors surveys individual lists and records lists of
    subject keywords that will serve to indicate what has been discussed on any
    given online conference.  These list summaries are compiled by the supplement
    editor and posted as a short file to CONTENTS and archived on
    a fileserver.  This collection will allow networked researchers to quickly
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    OE-CALL: Old English Computer-Assisted Language Learning Newsletter
    OE-CALL is an electronic newsletter for persons interested in
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    newsletter is edited by Clare Lees and Patrick W. Conner and is a publication
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    electronic forum for discussion of the use of computers in teaching Old
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    Principia Cybernetica Newsletter
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    >>> SCUPMA-L: Society of College and University Planners,
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    Sense of Place is an electronic environmentalist's magazine.  The magazine is
    produced twice a month in HyperCard and incorporates graphics, text, and
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    The Teleputing Hotline And Field Computing Source Letter
    The Teleputing Hotline has become, in the last 4 years, a leading voice in
    covering telephone-connections worldwide.  While retaining its leadership, we
    also plan to expand our coverage of a worldwide revolution called Field
    Field Computing involves linking workers outside the office -- in sales,
    repair, delivery functions and others -- to central computer systems with
    handheld terminals and wireless data networks. The Teleputing Hotline has
    covered this trend since its inception, and will expand its coverage. We're
    also increasing our depth in 1992, with more commentary, and more long
    stories where industry leaders can give their views in their own words.
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    Electronic newsletter on philosophy, systems theory, interdisciplinary
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