Definitions

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  • n. News published in electronic form.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ news

Examples

  • I received this e-news as a member of Share-ThisI have been using this on the VirtualBookmark and other blogs and web sites.

    Share This....or other forms of connection

  • SPARC e-news - April 2009: a bimonthly newsletter features the latest SPARC activities, an industry roundup, upcoming workshops and events, as well as articles related to developments in scholarly communication

    SPARC e-news - April 2009

  • SPARC e-news - February 2009: a bimonthly newsletter features the latest SPARC activities, an industry roundup, upcoming workshops and events, as well as articles related to developments in scholarly communication

    SPARC e-news - February 2009

  • Peter Scott's Library Blog: SPARC e-news - April 2009 skip to main | skip to sidebar

    SPARC e-news - April 2009

  • RIN e-news - March 2009 edition now available from the Research Information Network (UK)

    RIN e-news - March 2009

  • Peter Scott's Library Blog: RIN e-news - March 2009 skip to main | skip to sidebar

    RIN e-news - March 2009

  • Peter Scott's Library Blog: SPARC e-news - February 2009 skip to main | skip to sidebar

    SPARC e-news - February 2009

  • "These efforts have included webinars, online resources on our website, live lecture presentations at regional and national meetings, and regular e-news type communications."

    The Center for Public Integrity: Podiatrists have their foot in the door

  • SPARC e-news - December 2007/January 2008: a bimonthly newsletter features the latest SPARC activities, an industry roundup, upcoming workshops and events, as well as articles related to developments in scholarly communication

    SPARC e-news - December 2007/January 2008

  • Peter Scott's Library Blog: SPARC e-news - December 2007/January 2008 skip to main | skip to sidebar

    SPARC e-news - December 2007/January 2008

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