CISTI


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CISTICanada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information
CISTICanadian Institute of Telecommunications Engineers
CISTICivil Space Technology Initiative
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Since its inception in 1929, the Canadian Journal of Chemistry has been published by the NRC Research Press, now part of CISTI of the NRC.
to its online ILL system, or link to document-delivery services such as CISTI, Infotrieve, and The British Library's Articles Direct and ARTWeb.
per use access rather than ownership through CARL, BLDSC, CISTI, ISI, and others--can provide economies of scale.
A: Our biggest competitors in document supply are CISTI and Infotrieve, and in the table of contents market, Swets has a similar product.
CSChE will be signing a contract with NRC's CISTI to put the Journal online with an expected launch date of January 2002.
Major national libraries, such as CISTI and The British Library, filled documents from their in-house collections.
It also links with document retrieval services such as Infotrieve and CISTI.
While Canadian industry is CISTI's major client, CISTI has also developed a broad international clientele that generates over $20 million in revenues.
The National Science Library, which began in 1957, became CISTI in 1974.
The Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI) announced the signing of a key agreement that makes Elsevier's major STM titles available to CISTI clients who choose Secure Desktop Delivery (SDD).
Ferrers Clark, MCIC, director of Information Services and Product Development (ISPD) at CISTI, died of a sudden heart attack on Saturday, January 6, 2001.
Some of the commercial suppliers used were: Ingenta, the British Library, Harvard Business Publishing, CISTI, ASME, Sage, Informa, NTIS, Storming Media, InfoTrieve, and the National Library of Medicine.