New Dialog E-journal Feature Links Database Citations to Full-Text Article Images

Quint, Barbara
April 2002
Information Today;Apr2002, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p50
Trade Publication
Reports that Dialog Corp. has become the first traditional commercial online service to offer users full linking form citations appearing in abstract/index databases to electronic versions of the journals. The need for electronic subscription agreements to use the Dialog E-journal feature; Contention that the use of links in the corporate marketplace should accelerate in the wake of Dialog's entry into the field of digital linking; Databases equipped with E-journal links.


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