The Indexer Back Issues

Volume 23 Number 2, October 2002

CONTENTS
57 Editorial Marlene Burger
58 Indexes to A South African bibliography to the year 1925 J. C. Theron
63 Some reflections on historical carto-bibliography in South Africa Yvonne Garson
66 ISALLIS: from Termatrex to Internet Marlene Burger
68 Databases in small specialized libraries Elna Schoeman and Jacqueline Kalley
70 Archival value in South Africa Madelaine Meyer and Letitia Calitz and Ilma Brink
74 ISAP: How does it make periodical information accessible? Madely du Preez
77 ISAPOnline as an enhancement of a service to community libraries making use of technological development Antoinette Kotze
80 Are abstracting and indexing databases still relevant? Doreen Rabe
83 How can we take a socio-cognitive approach in teaching indexing and abstracting? Ina Fourie
86 The father of British indexing: Henry Benjamin Wheatley J. D. Lee
Regular Features
92 Around the world Christine Jacobs
93 Obituary: Shirley Kessel
94 The Indexer thirty years ago Hazel K. Bell
95 Letter
96 Indexes reviewedEdited by Christine Shuttleworth
105 Book reviewsEdited by Philip Bradley and Nancy Mulvany


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