Reference on the road

Bowen, Charles
May 1999
Editor & Publisher;05/22/99, Vol. 132 Issue 21, p31
Trade Publication
Introduces My Virtual Reference Desk, a Web site for traveling correspondents in the United States. Informations provided in the site; Procedures in accessing and using the Web site; Other considerations for using My Virtual Reference Desk.


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