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Hello again.

FYI, They've fixed the cross-platform issue and this site now works with a
bigger variety of web browsers, including Netscape Navigator and Mozilla.

Betty

At 09:59 AM 10/14/2003 -0400, you wrote:

>Subject:      Using Primary Sources on the Web by ALA-RUSA-History Section
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>Hello fellows and friends,
>
>The Instruction & Research Services Committee of the Reference and User
>Service Association History Section in the American Library Association
>has written a nice piece about using primary sources on the web.  The
>authors names are included in the document.  Each section has a "more
>info..." or "examples" link (which, unfortunately, appear to work as
>pop-ups in MS IE, but not at all in Netscape or Mozilla browsers).  At
>the end of the paper are links to five citation guides.
>
>http://www.lib.washington.edu/subject/History/RUSA/
>
>This site came to my attention via a colleague.
>The report itself is copyright protected.
>
>Later,
>
>Betty

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