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A few legalities and the like, applicable to all the content of Ariadne (text, pictures, and anything else).
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) originally made Ariadne available in electronic format in order to create awareness of Internet developments in the UK higher education LIS community; of the Electronic Libraries ('eLib) Programme, and of the JISC's Information Systems and Services Committee's ('ISSC') products and services.
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