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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98

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Annotated Bibliography for English Studies

Description: ABES is being produced by a wide international network of active scholars under the guidance of chapter editors. Each record in ABES consists of an item that the contributor considers to have significance within their particular area, whether as introductory material, core research material, or for specialised interest. Each record provides an annotation of around 100 words which describes the approach adopted and explains its value. Records are indexed; searches can be performed on primary keywords or for any occurrence of a word. Each record within ABES is regularly reviewed so that the Annotated Bibliography reflects shifts in scholarly opinion.The first full release in April 1997 will include around 25,000 records contributed by more than 250 scholars. Another 15,000 records will be added in summer 1997. The first coverage will be predominantly literary but the second release will include topics in language studies, film studies, art history, women's studies and cultural studies. The first edition of ABES will be available on CD-ROM. An on-line version is anticipated for the end of 1997.

Requirements: PC running Windows 3.1 or above with CD-ROM drive.

Further information: The publisher provides information about ABES at http://www.swets.nl/sps/journals/abes/

Distributor: Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers, Heereweg 347B, 2161 CA Lisse, PO Box 825, 2160 SZ Lisse, The Netherlands. Tel. +31 252 435101; Fax. +31 252 415888. Email: scrivy@swets.nl

Price: £475 for a single-user copy (network licenses available).

Version available at CTI Centre: None.

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