print reference


Also found in: Encyclopedia.

print reference

A reference to an individual print in an air photographic sortie.
References in periodicals archive ?
Critique: Profusely illustrated with both color and black-and-white images, "Small Victories" is a seminal work enhanced with the inclusion of extensive indices and bibliography, making it and impressively informed and informative original print reference book.
The site provides registered learners the opportunity to test their skills through interactive review quizzes, and learners are able to print reference materials to review at anytime they are not on the site.
2007), was used to classify the educators' utterances into four levels of decontextualized talk and to identify utterances that used print reference keywords, alphabet letter names, or alphabet letter sounds.
We're honored to adapt Kurti's and Czako's indispensable print reference for the iPhone and iPod touch," said Suzanne BeDell, Managing Director, Science and Technology Books, Elsevier.
Put together, the website contains 20 print reference sources from Oxford such as its Bible dictionary, atlas and the voluminous encyclopedias.
This approach brings together print and electronic materials by subject, which improves usability for the Library's users, as an increasing number of electronic resources replace traditional print reference works.
Using a variety of print reference tools, the student would gather information on a topic of his choice and prepare an informational booklet instead of doing the activities that were being used with his classmates to learn and develop the same reference skills.
The service is comprised of print reference materials, including BNA/ACCA Compliance Manual, that are updated every two months and offer guidance, analysis and access to primary source materials, the monthly Current Reports: Prevention of Corporate Liability notification service that carries reports on news and developments, and Web reference materials that are updated regularly.
Users access the information through the ProQuest(R) Web-based online information system, Chadwyck- Healey(TM) electronic and microform resources, UMI(R) microform and print reference products, eLibrary(R) and SIRS(R) educational resources, and XanEdu(R) online faculty and student resources.
The librarians building MedlinePlus Health Topic pages follow the same model that collection development librarians have used for years to create print reference collections, but the Web format creates additional challenges to collection evaluation and selection.
Their model is The Handbook of Texas, a print reference to the state's people, places and events that was put online in 1999 and expanded to include 24,600 entries.
The program includes an interactive CD-ROM and companion print reference manual.