Subject Guides Clearinghouse

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(apologies for cross-postings)

This is a semi-regular announcement for The Clearinghouse for
Subject-Oriented Internet Resource Guides, followed by information on how
to access the Clearinghouse. 

Located at the University of Michigan, the Clearinghouse serves as a
central location for topical Internet guides.  Over 130 guides are now
available in ASCII format.  Efforts are made to keep the most current
versions, and to provide wide access via such common tools as anonymous
FTP, Gopher, and WorldWideWeb.  The guides are WAIS-indexed for full-text
searching.  If you are a system builder, Internet trainer, or Internet
user with a specific topic in mind, you may find information of interest
in the Clearinghouse.  If you are an author of such a guide, please
consider sending it to i-guides@umich.edu for inclusion in the
Clearinghouse.  Monthly usage statistics are provided to authors.  More
information is available about this project within the Clearinghouse
itself. 

Louis Rosenfeld
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School of Information and Library Studies                       lou@umich.edu
University of Michigan                                   voice (313) 747-3581
403B West Engineering                                      fax (313) 764-2475
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1092


CLEARINGHOUSE FOR SUBJECT-ORIENTED INTERNET RESOURCE GUIDES

University of Michigan
     University Library
     School of Information and Library Studies
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How to Access Resource Guides available from the
Clearinghouse


Access to these guides is available via Anonymous FTP,
Gopher, and WorldWideWeb/Mosaic (see below).  From 
within Gopher, a WAIS index of the full text of these
guides is searchable.


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anonymous FTP:
            host:  una.hh.lib.umich.edu
            path:  /inetdirsstacks
            (a key to the file names is available from
            the FTPable file .README-FOR-FTP)


Gopher:
            gopher.lib.umich.edu
              =>What's New and Featured Resources
                =>Clearinghouse...

Gopher .link file:
 Name=Clearinghouse for Subject-Oriented Internet Resource Guides (UMich)
 Type=1
 Port=70
 Path=1/inetdirs
 Host=una.hh.lib.umich.edu


Uniform Resource Locators (URL):
            http://http2.sils.umich.edu/~lou/chhome.html or
            http://www.lib.umich.edu/chhome.html or
            gopher://una.hh.lib.umich.edu/11/inetdirs


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Questions and comments are welcome; please contact Louis
Rosenfeld (i-guides@umich.edu).