Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 10:46:43 EST From: Bruce Southard Subject: Webliography Scott Stebelman, a librarian at George Washington University, recently used the term "webliography" in an e-mail message that he sent me. A "webliography" is a bibliography appearing on the World Wide Web, but differing from a "standard" bibliography in that one can click on a bibliographic entry and get an electronic version of the article. Scott says that the term "webliography" has been around for a year or so, but this is the first time that I've encountered it. Is anyone else familiar with the term? By the way, to see an example of a "webliography" go to // Regards, Bruce Southard English Department East Carolina University Greenville, NC 27858 ensoutha[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] 919-328-6676 919-328-4889 (FAX)