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Hello contributors and readers of the listserv!
I'm taking my first technical communications class and I have been
assigned a perplexing research topic. Can any of you in the technical
communications field help me determine specific research implications of
accessing electronic databases through the Internet? Do you really use
this system? I will apreciate any ideas or specific examples that you
can give me as I am a both a technical communications and an Internet