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Frank Braun
06-01-1993, 01:26 PM
Hello, I'm sorry if this message interrupts important discussion strings. I've
been subscribed to this list for some time now and have not posted anything. I
understand that academic calendars are bursting at this time; this is the
reason for my post.
I joined to see how advanced the level of discussion is on this list
and how frequently discussion occurs. One of my finals is the creation of an
Internet resource guide for Physical/Physiotherapy. Some of you may see this
list as being on the fringe of that topic; some won't.
I would deeply appreciate it if you would read the following search
information

Again, my apologies and thanks also for helping out
Frank Braun

frank braun stk1478 gnm2103-01
stk1478@vax003.stockton.edu
box 2027/Stockton State Pomona NJ US 08240-9988
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Hi, my name is Frank Braun and I'm an undergrad at
Stockton State College.
Stockton is one of 2 colleges in NJ that offer a BS in Physical
Therapy. I'm in a class on the Internet as a research tool;
the final 50% of my grade
(due June 15th)
is to create a reference of PT resources available via Internet, both
online resources and online references to traditional resources. I'd like
materials from outside the U.S that are Internet-accessible, too!

I am having difficulties using the nsf database at unc. I also have
heard of HL7, medlib, mednews, smdm-l and Lee Hancock's
medical.resources.2-23.

I have been sending mail to lists as i think of new search terms
I have searched and continue to search the internet via archie, wais,
gopher/veronica and www, but if anyone can think of a useful search key, I'd
be grateful. I am retrieving copies of John December's internet-cmc and the
Yanoff list, as well as hytelnet, hyplus, infopop, the NSF resource guide, Zen
and the Art of Internet.

I have subscribed to
BACKS-L, BIOMCH-L, C+HEALTH, NEURAL-N, FIT-L, MOTOR-DEV, SOREHAND,
DDFIND-L, FAMLYSCI-L, INNS-L, CHMINF-L, CPT-L, EMBINFO, RNA,
and SUTPPLS and
PHYSIO, MERSENNE, and NEURON-UK through mailbase
(I am supposed to mention the level and volume of topics discussed).
any help will be greatly appreciated and i will gladly share the results of the
entire endeavor with all interested parties.

thank you very much

frank

frank braun stk1478 gnm2103-01
stk1478@vax003.stockton.edu
box 2027/Stockton State Pomona NJ US 08240-9988