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SCOUGSouthern California OS/2 User Group
SCOUGSouth Central Oracle Users Group (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas)
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Be that as it may, the SCOUG criteria do reflect the online information environment as of the early 1990s.
The SCOUG criteria, and the comparison with Choice reviews, follow in order of their presentation in Basch's (1990) report.
However, one of the SCOUG questions did ask if the database allowed for user suggestions to correct errors.
SCOUG also asks several questions about KWIC (key word in context) display.
A sign of how much the Web has changed the online environment may be found in the fact that only one review mentioned the existence or use of a thesaurus--one of the specific issues in the SCOUG list of questions on this topic.