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  • C. Berger. Recruitment agency for librarians and information professionals. See also job vacancies notice board.
  • CAB International, CABI. Agricultural, veterinary medicine and forestry database producer. Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences. Formerly Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux.
  • CABS. Current Awareness in Biological Sciences. Range of biomedical databases from Elsevier Science.
  • Cairs. Library automation products company.
  • California University Libraries, Berkeley. 4th largest academic library in the US. The MELVYL OPAC (combined university of California libraries union catalogue), is larger than the Harvard university library.
  • Cal Info. Research and document retrieval service.
  • Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, CSA. US scientific/technical database producer, e.g. Life Sciences Collection. Also includes information on the new Internet Database Service, providing access to over 60 bibliographic databases.
  • Cambridge University Library. UK's 2nd largest academic library after Oxford university library.
  • Cambridge University medical library. Receives a copy of every medical publication in the UK.
  • Cambridge University Press. UK. See also Oxford University Press, Yale and Harvard University Press.
  • Cambridge University Press journals. UK.
  • Canada Council of Archives.
  • Canada's Digital Collections. Public domain data covering business, science & technology, fine arts, first peoples, geography, government, History, Canada at war, Canadian history, places in Canada and local history, labour, literature and social studies.
  • Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, CISTI. Among other things, provides a diverse comprehensive information service and a document delivery service.
  • Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, CISTI Web OPAC. In French and English.
  • Canada Library Net. Linking all the libraries in Canada to the information super highway and to one another.
  • Canadian Association of Law Librarians. Association Canadienne Des Bibliothèques De Droit.
  • Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentations Centres, CAML.
  • Canadian Association of Public Libraries.
  • Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, library web OPAC.
  • Canadian Defence Information Services Organisation, DISO library. Has some good resources on information warfare.
  • Canadian Health Libraries Association, CHLA.
  • Canadian Instutute for Health Information.
  • Canadian Information Processing Society, CIPA.
  • Canadian Information Resource Management Association, IRMAC.
  • Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences. Canada. New electronic Journal.
  • Canadian Legal Information Centre. Includes access to federal and provincial Canadian legislation, such as statutes in force. See also QuickLaw.
  • Canadian Library Association, CLA.
  • Canadian Library Associations and organisations.
  • Canadian Library Associations and organisations. 2
  • Canadian LIS schools. See world LIS schools.
  • Canadian libraries. French Canadian libraries can also be found at Francophone libraries.
  • Canadian libraries 2. See also World libraries.
  • National Air Photo Library. Canada.
  • Canadian online information summit. March 1999.
  • Canada Online Enquiry, CAN/OLE database host. See Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information.
  • Canadian Parliament information service and library.
  • Patent and Trademark Institute of Canada
  • Canadian System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval SEDAR. Publicly accessible information and documents filed with the securities commissions by Canadian public companies and mutual funds as well as related third parties, similar to the US Edgar database.
  • Toronto Public Library. Largest public library in Canada.
  • Canadian Trade Index. Industrial directories with US and Canadian content respectively that have just been re-designed to offer significantly more information to on-line users. Includes detailed product and company information on over 140,000 US and Canadian manufacturers, including links to most of them. See also Macrae's Blue Book. *New*
  • Canadian Yellow Pages.
  • Canadian Yellow Pages 2.
  • CAPCON Library Network. Not-for-profit US organization, for Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. OCLC Regional Affiliate Network. See also OHIONET, WILS, SOLINET, BCR, MLC and Minitex.
  • Captioned Media Program. CMP. US Government supported service offering loans of over 4,000 open-captioned (subtitiled) videos to deaf and hard of hearing individuals, as well as libraries and information centers.
  • Caribbean Information System for Economic and Social Planning. CARISPLAN. Caribbean Documentation Centre.
  • Caribbean Yellow Pages.
  • CASPR Library Systems. Library automation products e.g. Library World.
  • Carson Group. An unparalleled leader in providing global capital markets intelligence services to the financial community.
  • Carswell Canadian business, accounting, and legal information service. See also Quick Law.
  • Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly. Periodical for the cataloguer.
  • Cataloguing Intenet resources. With AACR2.
  • Cataloging Internet Resources. A Manual and Practical Guide.
  • Catalogue Use Forum.
  • Catermill. UK information services. BEST database is now operated by Community of Science.
  • CatchWord.Electronic journal subscription and document delivery. Some other such services listed in Info Connect are: British Library Document Suppy Centre, Faxon, UMI, CIS, Swets, Infotrieve, Blackwell's Electronic Journals Navigator, EMDOCS, Information Quest, Doc Deliver, OCLC Electronic Collections Online, CAS DDS, The Genuine Article, Doc Deliver, EBSCO Online, Adonis, Information Express, EDRS (ERIC) and Uncover. See also Electronic Journals.
  • CCITT databases. See ITU databases.
  • CCTA. UK Government information service. See also UK Central Office of Information.
  • CDB Infotek. Business and legal information service. Largest provider of online public records in the legal profession.
  • CEDOCAR. See Questel-Orbit.
  • CELEX. Comprehensive and authoritative multilingual information source on European Community law. See also European Union databases.
  • Center for Commercial Negotiations International. Collects, develops, and disseminates helpful information related to the negotiation of commercial arrangements worldwide. The Center is a privately funded not-for-profit corporation and educational information resource independent of any university, association, government, or commercial enterprise, but with author, distributor, alliance, and customer relationships. *New*
  • Centre for Information Quality Management, CIQM. Deals with quality of online, CD-ROM and Internet databases/resources and with database labelling. A means of quality assuring databases to their users. Set up by the UK Library Association.
  • Centre for Intelligent Information Retrieval, CIIR.
  • Centre for Networked Information, Documentation and Retrieval, CNDIR.
  • Centre for Research Libraries, CRL. US.
  • CRL OPAC Over 400,000 records. Telnet, login as "guest"
  • Ceridan Information Services. Business information services.
  • CERN Library and Information Service.
  • CERN Library and Information Service OPAC. Telnet.
  • Cerved. Major Italian business database host.
  • Chadwyck-Healey. Worldwide CD-ROM databases producer. Web site includes information on LIterature ONline (Lion) database system.
  • Chandos Publishing. New service for information professionals, also provides information on the new series of books on information management & librarianship *New*
  • Chapman and Hall. Publishers.
  • Charing Cross Hospital library. Imperial College London University. See also UK Medical Library Directory.
  • Checkpoint. US Federal and State taxation database. See also Taxbase.
  • Chemical Abstracts Service, CAS. Premier chemical database producer. The Eastern bloc equivalent is VINITI's RZK from Russia. See also American Chemical Society ChemCenter database system.
  • CAS Document Detective Service. CAS DSS. See also ChemPort.
  • Chemical database. ChemFinder. Search options include chemical name, CAS number, molecular formula and molecular weight. Further choice of advanced search options. From Cambridge Software. See also ChemWeb's Chemdex database indexes and Daylight.
  • Chemical database 2. Search results include CAS numbers, chemical structure diagram, molecular weight, and several other data such as reaction thermochemistry data, gas phase ion energetics data, and coloured infra red spectrum & mass spectrum diagrams. From the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. See also US Hazardous Chemical database.
  • Chemical database 3. Physical properties database. E.g temperature, pressure, and volume, mass, and acentric factor from a database of 618 components.
  • Chemical databases and other chemical information resources. See also Synopsys Scientific Systems, Beilstein, and Daylight Chemical Information Systems.
  • Chemical Database Service, CDS. UK national database service for chemical data information for the academic community. Daresbury Lab. See also Royal Society of Chemistry databases.
  • Independent Chemical Information Services. Merged with London Oil Reports. Provides provided market coverage on the price, supply and availability of inorganics, olefins and intermediates, as well as aromatics, plastics, solvents and fertilizers.
  • Chemical Carcinogenic Potency database. From the University of California, Berkeley.
  • 2002 International Chemical Information Conference and Exhibition France.
  • ChemID database. Chemical Indentification dictionary. Search options include CAS number, and formula. From the US NLM, and based on CAS databases.
  • Organic chemistry database. Search options include several parameters: chemical formula, melting/boiling point,UV absorption wavelengths, mass spectral peaks, index of refraction, molecular weight, and presence or absence of carbon groups such as carbonyl and aromatic.
  • Organic chemistry databases. See also Beilstein.
  • Chemcyclopedia. Database of commercially available chemicals. Data includes trade names, packaging information, shipping requirements, potential applications.
  • Chemical safety database.
  • ChemPort. Full text electronic journal subscription service for chemical literature. See also CAS DDS, and electronic journal subscription services.
  • ChemWeb. Chemists information club, offering a wide range of information services, full-text online chemical journals and databases. The free Chemdex database indexes over 2000 chemical databases on the web.
  • Children's Book Council. The first place to look for books for minors. See also Biblio Visual, School librarians on the web and US School libraries.
  • Chilean libraries.
  • Chilean National Commission of Science and Technology Research databases. CONICYT. See also Latin American databases.
  • Chilean libraries.
  • Chile Yellow Pages.
  • China Knowledge Press. A service from a Singapore-based publisher specialising in Business & Investment titles about China. *New*
  • Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Library.
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences Library. Beijing.
  • Beijing (Peking) University Library. Largest academic library in China.
  • Chinese Biomedical Literature Database.
  • Chinese libraries. See also Council of East Asia Libraries, and world libraries.
  • Chinese libraries 2. Listed by city and province. See also Hytelnet Asia, and world libraries.
  • Chinese libraries 3.
  • Chinese Institute of Scientific and Technical Information
  • Chinese Librarianship. An international electronic Journal.
  • Chinese Medical Information Network, CMINET.
  • Chinese Medical College library OPAC. Telnet. Login as "Library." Chinese ideographic (Kanji) characters are transmitted via CCCII (EACC) code or BIG5 code.
  • Chinese Microbial Information Network. China node of the Microbial Strain Data Network.
  • Shanghai Documentation and Information Centre. Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  • Shanghai Library. China. Largest Asian public library. Also links to the Shanghai Institute of Science and Technical Information.
  • Chinese Society of Indexers.
  • Chinese Yellow Pages.
  • Chris Olson & Associates.Helps libraries and information centres promote their information services. Includes access to Olson's clip art library.
  • CIC Centre for Library Initiatives.
  • CINAHL Information Systems. Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature. Health & nursing information database producer.
  • Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library. Ohio. Largest US public library outside the state of New York.
  • Cinema databases. See Internet Movie databases.
  • CitaDel database host. From the Research Libraries Group.
  • Citation. Stand alone bibliographic database. Download a free PCdemo, (No mac version yet). Others listed in Info Connect are EndNote, Reference Manager, Library Master, Bookends, GetARef, ProCite, Idealist, Papyrus, Refsys Super, BibDB, bibIX, BiblioCite Pro, BookWhere, Biblioscape, Bibliographica, Biblogic, VCH Biblio, Autobiblio, dms4cite and NotaBene
  • CiteLine. An Internet search service for those in the marketing, business development, regulatory affairs, or related areas in the pharmaceutical and health technology industries. From Citizen 1, a leading supplier of innovative Internet research software to pharmaceutical and health technology companies.
  • City Information Group. Professional body for business information specialists in the UK. See also business information.
  • Classification Society of North America, CSNA.
  • CNIC, Centre Nationale de L'Information Chimique. French database host for the chemical databases of Chemical Abstracts Service. Serves France, Monaco, Quebec (Canada) and many other French speaking nations.
  • Coalition for Networked Information, CNI. An organization to advance the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity.
  • Cobweb Information. Information services in the business start up/ small business sector.
  • Cochrane Library. A regularly updated international electronic library designed to provide health care information e.g. Evidence Based Medicine, and related resources. First released in April 1996, The Cochrane Library is now published quarterly and is available on a subscription basis and is distributed on disk, CD-ROM, and over the Internet.
  • Collectanea Abstracts and full text access to periodicals. From Ebsco.
  • Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory library. Library is a specialized reference and research collection of scholarly monographs and journals with an emphasis on genetics, molecular biology, plant genetics, neurobiology and cancer research. See molecular biology databases.
  • Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, CARL. Computerised network of library systems. Main home page. Producers of Uncover. See also OCLC.
  • CARL Resource. The Alliance.
  • CARL database gateway. Telnet.
  • Bank of the Colombia Library. Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango.
  • Colombian Yellow Pages. Paginas Amarillas. See also Latin American Yellow Pages.
  • CoLRiC. An independent organisation dedicated to enhancing and maintaining the quality of libraries and learning resources services in further education colleges throughout the UK and Ireland. Services include publishing national standards and criteria for service provision; raising awareness and understanding of libraries and learning resources service's role.
  • Committee on Data for Science and Technology CODATA. Working on an interdisciplinary basis, CODATA seeks to improve the quality, reliability, processing, management and accessibility of data of importance to science and technology.
  • Commonwealth Resource Centre Library. UK. Provides multi-media resources for loan and information on all 54 member countries, peoples and organisations making up the contemporary Commonwealth community.
  • Computer & Library Survival Guide.
  • Compton's Encyclopedia. See also Encyclopaedia Britannica, World Book Encyclopedia and Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia.
  • Compuserve. Database host. Bought by America Online in October 1997.
  • Computer-Aided Library and Information Skills. Aberdeen Univesity. UK.
  • Computers in Libraries. A journal for library information technology and automation. See also Library product companies and Biblio Tech Review.
  • Cooperative Online Serials Cataloguing Program, CONSER.
  • Community of Science. Offers complete information solutions to universities, corporations, libraries, and societies, through superior database technology on the World Wide Web. COS Expertise and COS Funding Opportunities are comprehensive, international databases of current research activities and funding award information. Key bibliographic databases, including GeoRef, Compendex and Medline, are available with a high-end, Web-optimized search interface. In addition, COS specializes in full-text journal publishing and distributed authoring tools that create scientific communities on the Web
  • Congressional Information Service, CIS. US document supply service offering a wide array of printed indexes, electronic databases, and archival microfiche collections on US legislation and politics. See also US Government Printing Office and US Thomas Legislative Information System.
  • Congressional Quarterly. US legislation information services, covering the US Senate and House of Representatives bills, testimonies, reports etc.
  • Context. Producer of UK and European legal and government CD-ROM databases, such as the JUSTIS range of database products. Free sampler CD-ROM available. See also Sweet & Maxwell, Lawtel, Lexis-Nexis, and West Publishing.
  • Contecds Library products company.
  • Conference of Directors of National Libraries of Asia and Oceania (CDNLAO).
  • Consortium of European Research Libraries, CERL.
  • Consortium of University Research Libraries, CURL. UK. The CURL library OPAC provides a unified access to the online catalogues of some of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland. About 13 million MARC records.
  • Cooperative Library Agency for Systems and Services. U.S
  • Corporation of London Libraries. Public libraries in the City of London, the financial district of London, and the second important London borough after the London Borough of Westminster. See also London Borough of Westminster libraries.
  • Copyright.com Copyright Clearance Center. Servives include obtaining permission to use copyright material such as articles and book chapters for photocopies, marketing literature, coursepacks, library reserves, Web sites and more.
  • Copyright & fair use (fair dealing). Includes search engine.
  • Copyright Licensing Agency, CLA. UK's reproduction rights organisation. See also British Copyright Council, UK Copyright Libraries Agency, and US Copyright Office.
  • Copyright resource. Huge selection of resources on copyright. Everything you wanted to know about copyright, but was afraid to ask!
  • Copyright Law in the Electronic Environment.
  • CorpTech. Huge database of over 45,000 high-tech companies. The premier site for research on America’s technology manufacturers and developers:private and public companies
  • Corpfin Business information servives covering global mergers, acquisitions and venture capital transactions.
  • Costa Rican National Library of Medicine.
  • Council of Biology Editors.
  • Council on East Asia Libraries, CEAL. China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, North Korea, South Korea and Taiwan.
  • Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils library web OPAC. UK.
  • Council on Library Resources, CLR. U.S.
  • CourtLink Offers online access to more court records than any other source. Over 400 court systems throughout the US. See also West's Legal Directory.
  • Court TV library. From the producers of Court TV, America's no 1 factual TV program on civil and criminal court cases.
  • Counsel Connect Online service for lawyers in the US. See also Westlaw.
  • Cowles/Simba Information Leading authority for market intelligence.
  • Crif Business Information Services. CRIBIS.
  • Croatian Natural Sciences Information System.
  • CrossNet Library automation and Z39.50 specialists.
  • Cuadra. Provider of information management solutions e.g. STAR multi-user text information management and retrieval system.
  • Cuban Book Institute.
  • Cuban Databases
  • Cuban Electronic Health Information Network
  • Cuban Electronic Publications
  • Cuban Institute of Tropical Medicine Library.
  • Cuban Institute for Science and Technological Information. Instituto de Informaci? Cient?ica y Tecnol?ica.
  • Cuban National Library for Science and Technology.
  • Cuban Virtural Library
  • Cuban Yellow Pages. Paginas Amarillas.
  • Culivate Interactive. A pan-European web magazine for the information professional, funded under the European Commission's Digital Heritage and Cultural Content (DIGICULT) programme. It is aimed at the European cultural heritage community including IT staff, information professionals, researchers, managers, policy makers, libraries, museums, archives, galleries and non-profit making organisations. *New*
  • Current Cites. An annotated monthly bibliography on information technology. See also LIS journals.
  • Current Drugs. Provides intelligence on the pharmaceutical, biotechnological and agrochemical industries. Includes access to the updated version of the Investigational Drugs Database IDgb. See also Adis International.
  • Czech Institute of Agricultural and Food Information. Ustav zemedelskych a potravinarskych informaci.
  • Czech Healthcare Informatics Center. Prague. Centrum zdravotnick?informatiky.
  • Czech libraries. an overview
  • Czech National Library Databases.
  • Czech State Research Library. Statni vedecka knihovna Ceske Budejovice
  • Czech National Medical Library. Prague.


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