WorldViews Wide Area Information Server

Welcome to the WorldViews
Wide Area Information Server
WorldViews WAIS!

WorldViews WAIS contains more than 2800 annotated bibliographical records drawn from the 1994-1995 edition of the Third World Resource Directory and from recent issues of WorldViews (formerly Third World Resources). The fulltext database contains records of print and audiovisual resource materials from around the world on a broad range of regions, countries, and current affairs topics.

WorldViews WAIS may be searched for free, but we ask that you send us a note and tell us how you used the database and what improvements you would like us to make in future editions. Write to:

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CONTENTS -- what you will find in the WorldViews WAIS database
SEARCH PROTOCOLS -- how to search WorldViews WAIS
BEGIN SEARCH -- initiate a search of the WorldViews WAIS database
ADDRESSES -- how to find addresses for the publishers and distributors of resources in WorldViews WAIS

The information in WorldViews WAIS is compiled by WorldViews, an affiliate of the DataCenter. The printed materials referenced in WorldViews WAIS are available for use in the DataCenter Library in downtown Oakland. Contact the DataCenter's Search Service or WorldViews for additional information about the regions, countries, or topics covered in the materials in WorldViews WAIS.

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WorldViews Web pages are hosted by the Institute for Global Communications
The WorldViews Web site was composed by Tom Fenton with expert graphics design assistance from Jacqueline Neuwirth.