SCHOLAR, Online News Service Birdie MacLennan 22 Jun 1992 23:17 UTC

The following announcement came to SERIALST with a rather long header that
described cross-postings to various lists and individuals.  In order to save
space, I've deleted the list.  Please excuse the duplicate(s) if you've
seen this before.    -- Birdie

Date:         Fri, 19 Jun 1992 16:48:35 EDT
From:         Joseph Raben <JQRQC@CUNYVM.BITNET>

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The first release of SCHOLAR, an online news service
for natural language processors, will be available
about 1 July 1992.  Its contents include

Abstracts from the following journals:

     Computational Linguistics, 17:4
     System, 19:1/2,3,4
     Machine Translation, 6:1,2,3
     Computers and the Humanities, 25:1,2/3,4,5

Reports on the following projects:

     A European Ph.D. in Linguistics
     CTI Center for Textual Studies
     Georgetown Center for Text and Technology
     ARTFL: American and French Research on the Tresor
          de la Langue francaise

A short review of _Memex to Hypertext: Vannevar Bush
     and the Mind's Machine_ by James N. Nyce and Paul
     D. Kahn

A full-length review of _Hypermedia and Literary Stud-
     ies_ ed. Paul Delaney and Gedorge P. Landow

A notice of WinGreek: Fonts for Greek and Hebrew

A CD-ROM of Latin texts

A calendar of language-processing-related events

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