A preliminary version of the Online Chaucer Bibliography was made available on December 15, 1993. This preliminary online version duplicates "An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography, 1991," compiled and edited by Mark Allen and Bege Bowers, published in STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER 15 (1993): 309-83. However, the online version offers all the search capacities of the NOTIS 5.1 library catalog system: author, title, subject, and keyword search. Eventually, the database will include all of the annotated Chaucer bibliographies published in STUDIES IN THE AGE OF CHAUCER.
To access this new reseach tool, simply TELNET to UTSAIBM.UTSA.EDU (or 188.8.131.52) and type <library> at the request for application. At the prompt, request the <LOCAL> databases, and then specify <CHAU> for the bibliography. Instructions for the search commands are online. Patrons without TELNET capabilities can access the bibliography by modemconnection (with phoneline charges) to (210) 561-8000 (300, 1200 or 2400 baud) or (210) 561-8050 (9600 baud): Start Bit 1; Stop Bit 1; Parity None. The sign-off for the database is <STOP>.
The long-term goal of the Online Chaucer Bibliography is to make available a complete annotated bibliography of Chaucer studies from 1975 to the present, with annual additions. Please forward any comments, questions, corrections, or suggestions to
Mark Allen Division of English, Classics, and Philosophy The University of Texas at San Antonio San Antonio, TX 78249 e-mail: email@example.com The online bibliography is made possible by the John Peace Library
at the University of Texas at San Anonio, with particular thanks to Stephen Sorensen, Sue Tyner, and Fred Zapata. Special thanks to William Schipper of Memorial University Newfoundland for support and advice.
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