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[Fwd: FYI: U.S. Department of Energy Information Bridge Implemented

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  • Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 09:10:14 GMT
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From: Gail Hodge <Gailhodge@AOL.COM>
Subject: FYI:  U.S. Department of Energy Information Bridge Implemented PURLs
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Thought some of you might be interested in this. The message has been
broadcast on several lists and I apologize for any duplication. -- Gail Hodge
(ICSTI Secretariat)

60,000 DOE Scientific and Technical Reports Online

For the first time ever, each of 60,000 full-text scientific and technical
reports sponsored by the Department of Energy (DOE) is directly accessible on
the Internet using a unique URL.  These reports reside on the DOE Information
Bridge http://www.osti.gov/bridge  which provides to the public at no charge
the capability to search every word of all the reports.  A Persistent URL
(PURL) allows educators, students, scientists, and engineers to directly
access individual documents and to easily direct others to them.  The
collection is DOE's report literature output since January 1995.

The Information Bridge also has other new capabilities, including a variety
of search-result sorting options, extensive date-range searching, and an
option to view or download full-text documents in Web or native formats.

Scientists and researchers are encouraged to share these reports with
colleagues and others.  If you have written a DOE technical report since
January 1995, your document with its unique PURL should be available on the
DOE Information Bridge, which now offers almost 5 million full-text report
pages that can be searched and downloaded.  This ever-increasing report
collection is the product of an extensive collaboration among DOE Programs,
Operations Offices, Laboratories, and other DOE contractors.  It is made
available to the public through a partnership between the DOE Office of
Scientific and Technical Information and the Government Printing Office on
GPO Access http://www.access.gpo.gov/su_docs

The Information Bridge is one of DOE's trilogy of Internet services that make
up the three main ways through which scientists communicate their research
findings - report literature, published literature, and preprint literature.
OSTI's two other sites making up the trilogy are PubSCIENCE
http://www.osti.gov/pubscience providing searchable access to more than 2
million abstracts in 1790 journal titles, and the PrePRINT Network
http://www.osti.gov/preprint which provides access to over 340,000 preprints
at 1500 sites.  Other products, tools and services are available from OSTI's
Web site at http://www.osti.gov

OSTI is a component of the Office of Science.  Send comments to Dr. Walter L.
Warnick at walter.warnick@science.doe.gov,  or (301) 903-7996.


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