scoug


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scoug

(skʊɡ)
vb (tr)
a variant form of scog
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Be that as it may, the SCOUG criteria do reflect the online information environment as of the early 1990s.
The SCOUG criteria, and the comparison with Choice reviews, follow in order of their presentation in Basch's (1990) report.
Barbara, and the entire SCOUG membership, welcomed me to SoCal, and I was invited to speak at several SCOUG annual meetings.
Measuring the quality of the data: Report on the fourth annual SCOUG Southern California Online User's Group retreat.
Blending input from the two categories of attendees and working with intriguing scenarios became the model that has structured most SCOUG retreats since that second meeting in 1988.
Anyone who knows me knows how near and dear SCOUG is to my heart, but believe me when I tell you that it was a magnificent session.
session led by Barbara Quint (columnist for Information Today and editor of Searcher) and a band of her SCOUG (Southern California Online User Group) cohort.
It accompanied a lead article that listed all the dreams of ideal data provision born at a SCOUG (Southern California Online Users Group) Retreat.
Needless to say, the next call went to the SCOUG Retreat coordinators to say that the "Hand Of God Messenger Service" had done it again
Quint is a founder of SCOUG, the Southern California Online Users Group.
A promotional brochure prepared by SCOUG suggested that retreat participants would discuss "speech recognition and voice input of data" and would "draft scenarios individually and in small groups for full discussion in general consensual meetings.