By Anthony De Reuck, Julie Knight
Chapter 1 Chairman's advent (pages 1–3): Sir Ewart Jones
Chapter 2 creation: the matter acknowledged (pages 4–15): Lord Todd
Chapter three communique in a technology: the procedure and its amendment (pages 16–36): William D. Garvey and Belver C. Griffith
Chapter four The User–System Interface this present day: nationwide and foreign details platforms (pages 37–56): P. J. Judge
Chapter five making plans the implications of Unplanned motion in clinical conversation (pages 57–77): Herbert Menzel
Chapter 6 The Mechanization of Documentation—A Tentative stability Sheet (pages 78–83): Herbert Coblans
Chapter 7 The potency of Index Languages (pages 84–109): Cyril Cleverdon
Chapter eight The Biomedical Communications challenge (pages 110–133): Martin M. Cummings
Chapter nine details prone in Physics (pages 134–145): J. R. Smith and H. East
Chapter 10 making plans and improvement of the eu area Documentation provider: an instance of overseas Collaboration (pages 146–157): J. R. U. Page
Chapter eleven The Chemical Compound Registry process (pages 158–164): Fred A. Tate
Chapter 12 a few difficulties in constructing nationwide structures for technology info (pages 165–172): H. T. Hookway
Chapter thirteen clinical details providers in Sweden (pages 173–181): B. Rexed
Chapter 14 clinical info prone within the Soviet Union (pages 182–198): Felix A. Sviridov
Chapter 15 conversation in technology: The Ends—Philosophy and Forecast (pages 199–213): Derek J. de Solla Price
Chapter sixteen the hot kinds and makes use of of knowledge structures (pages 214–234): William T. Knox
Chapter 17 possibilities of a Multi?Media, Inter?University academic community (pages 235–265): James G. Miller
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The resulting secondary (abstracts or lists of titles) or tertiary (reviews, selected titles, selective dissemination of information) services may be aimed at units as small as a single individual, or a single firm, or as large as, for example, all engineers or all chemists in a particular country or region. There is no need to talk about these in detail : the biomedical, chemical and physical systems are all represented at this symposium. It is perhaps sufficient to say that the latest world list of Abstracting Services of the International Federation for Documentation includes (in science and technology) I ,000 abstracts journals, 550 card abstract services and a further 450 journals which include some abstracts (International Federation for Documentation, 1965), and that the largest abstracting services recognize that they are already in danger of defeating their own object by becoming too large-they lack direct impact on the individual research worker, and in printed form they do not facilitate further processing.
But a research worker’s information “wants” are limited by what he is offered and his own ignorance of information possibilities. An important part of government responsibility for its system is the training functiontraining information scientists for the new types of service that are becoming feasible, and training research workers, technologists and industrial 46 THE U S E R - S Y S T E M I N T E R F A C E management to demand these services and use them effectively. It is difficult to see how these things can be done by privateorprofessional initiative, Governments can experiment with the big centres : examples are VINITI, the United States Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information (United States Department of Commerce/National Bureau of Standards, 1964), the National Lending Library for Science and Technology, the Japan Information Centre for Science and Technology.
Ciba Foundation Symposium - Communication in Science: Documentation and Automation by Anthony De Reuck, Julie Knight