Interpersonal Computing and Technology (IPCT)
Date: Sun, 23 Jan 1994 09:02:31 -0500 (EST)
From: Ann Okerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: IPCT Journal Announces Gopher Access (fwd)
(Link inactive 26 May 2004)
> Date: 22 Jan 1994 13:48:29 -0500 (EST)
> From: "Zane Berge, Ph.D." <BERGE%GUVAX.BITNET@uga.cc.uga.edu>
> Subject: IPCT Journal Announces Gopher Access
> Sender: "SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum"
> ANNOUNCING IPCT JOURNAL AVAILABLE VIA GOPHER
> Interpersonal Computing and Technology:
> An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century
> The publisher and editors of "IPCT: An Electronic Journal for the
> 21st Century" are pleased to announce that IPCT Journal, including all
> back issues, is available via gopher from GUVM.CCF.GEORGETOWN.EDU
> (or 220.127.116.11). Point your gopher to this location (port 70) and
> select from the top menu, "LISTSERV maintained Files and Notelogs/."
> Alternatively, coming in via Gopher menus, from "Other Gopher Sites"
> or "International Gopher Networks," follow the menus down: North
> America/USA/Washington D.C./Georgetown University/Information
> Systems/Listserv maintained Files and Notelogs. (Note: The IPCT-L
> Discussion List Notelogs can be found here, too.)
> This new option for accessing IPCT Journal will not affect
> any person already subscribed to IPCT-L or IPCT-J. Anyone can, if
> preferred, subscribe to the IPCT-J@GUVM.GEORGETOWN.EDU list and receive
> the Journal via LISTSERV distribution, (see instructions below). The
> next issue (v2n1) will be published later this month.
> Articles in IPCT Journal are full length (10-20 pages with
> notes and bibliography) done in APA format. Published articles
> have been rigorously peer-reviewed and include, but are not
> limited to, the following topics: use of electronic networks in
> the classroom, electronic publishing, use of electronic networks
> and information exchange, library applications of electronic
> communication, professional relationships carried on via electronic
> communication, use of electronic communication in higher education,
> business, industry and government and related topics. Articles may
> have a humanistic or social science cast. Technological articles are
> considered to the extent that they are intelligible to the bulk of the
> readers and are not specific to any particular hardware configuration.
> Articles can be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief, Gerald
> Phillips, GMP3@PSUVM.BITNET or email@example.com (internet).
> TO SUBSCRIBE TO IPCT-J PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW:
> Send a message in following form to LISTSERV@GUVM or
> To: LISTSERV@GUVM.GEORGETOWN.EDU
> SUBSCRIBE IPCT-J YOURFIRSTNAME YOURLASTNAME
> Zane Berge, Publisher
> Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic
> Journal for the 21st Century