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The Humanist and Computer-Assisted Library Research


Computers and the Humanities Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0010-4817


This article presents a brief history of computer assisted library research and describes ten DIALOG databases that are most relevant to the humanities. Illustrates a simplified search strategy and describes the results of a project designed to involve humanities faculty at a university in using computerized searching. (JDH)


Krausse, S.C. & Etchingham, J.B. (1986). The Humanist and Computer-Assisted Library Research. Computers and the Humanities, 20(2), 87-96. Retrieved April 18, 2021 from .

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