Computerised information services, Management Information Sys

Computerised Information Services 

Having understood the basic aspects of information retrieval, let us try to understand the nature of computerised information, services: Computer-based information services can conveniently be studied under the following heads:

i)  Current Awareness Services 

ii)  Printed Indexes 

iii)  Online Search Services 

iv)  Document Delivery Services 

v)  CD-ROM Database Products and Services 

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