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Eisl, Margit – Francais dans le Monde, 1987
A discussion of instruction in French telex correspondence suggests class activities for understanding telex use; analyzing the language forms used; producing and responding to messages; and choosing among telex, telephone, and letter correspondence. (MSE)
Descriptors: Business Communication, Classroom Techniques, Communicative Competence (Languages), Discourse Analysis
Savangvarorose, Bang-Orn – 1985
A 1985 survey of telex use in Thailand revealed that 90 out of 100 companies send and receive between 1 and 50 telexes a day, that telex is used more extensively than any other form of written communication for business, and that there are typical telex styles and formats. Information on business education on the university level reveals that only…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Business Communication, English for Special Purposes, Foreign Countries
O'Sullivan, D. F.; Hall, F. J. – 1972
In 1972 there were 33,000 Telex installations in the United Kingdom with 240,000 predicted by 1983. The feasibility of using these Telex systems for on-line accession of computer based information systems was investigated in this report. Comparisons between the Telex system and the Teletypewriter or Teleprinter system now in use reveal that the…
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Cost Effectiveness, Equipment Evaluation, Feasibility Studies
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Zak, Helena; Dudley-Evans, Tony – English for Specific Purposes, 1986
Features of telexes used for business correspondence are discussed, including omission of parts of verbs, definite and indefinite articles, pronouns, and prepositions, and also word abbreviations. The telex is different from other abbreviated texts (such as telegrams), and Business English courses should include instruction in telex writing.…
Descriptors: Abbreviations, Business Communication, Business Correspondence, Business English
Lamy, Yves; And Others – Francais dans le Monde, 1980
Four essays present suggestions for (1) using sensational news articles; (2) exercising students' understanding of polysemes; (3) using Telex messages; and (4) using postage stamps in a series, in the French classroom. (AM)
Descriptors: French, Language Instruction, Learning Activities, News Media
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Ramage, Pat – 1985
This manual provides a brief description of the procedures employed by the University of South Alabama in converting their library records from print to computerized cataloging. A description of the procedure is followed by detailed instructions and examples. Rules for NOTIS-LCCN Conversion Records, OCLC--Telex Transfer, and Conversion of…
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Cataloging, Guidelines, Higher Education
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Kitto, Michael – Reading in a Foreign Language, 1984
Examines the problems of writing grammatical rules for the writing of telexes and makes some suggestions as to how to teach comprehension of telex messages. Emphasizes the inconsistency in style, length, and form of telexes, and the impact this has had on international correspondence, which involves many nonnative speakers of English. (SL)
Descriptors: Abbreviations, English (Second Language), Grammar, Instructional Materials
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Johnson, Barry – English for Specific Purposes, 1995
This article analyzes four categories of English-language maritime telex service communication: (1) standard, system- generated messages; (2) standard procedures for transmitting messages; (3) nonstandard messages related to maritime mobile radio service (MMRS); and (4) nonstandard messages related to the organization, procedures, or equipment of…
Descriptors: Communication Skills, English (Second Language), English for Science and Technology, English for Special Purposes
Kolner, Stuart J. – Online, 1985
This last of a five-part series on using the IBM personal computer for online searching highlights a brief review, search process, making the connection, switching between screens and modes, online transaction, capture buffer controls, coping with options, function keys, script files, processing downloaded information, note to TELEX users, and…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Display Systems, Information Systems, Input Output Devices
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Journal of Communication, 1978
The Symphonie Experiment Study Group reports on the experimental use of the Symphonie Satellite to link UNESCO headquarters in Paris with the Conference Centre in Nairobi, Kenya, during the nineteenth session of the General Conference. Evaluations are reported for the use of the satellite for telephone, telex, and facsimile communications. (JMF)
Descriptors: Communications Satellites, Facsimile Transmission, Information Systems, International Organizations
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Gould, John W.; And Others – Journal of Business Communication, 1983
Interviewed managers of companies communicating between Hong Kong and California and found they employed seven basic methods: telex, letter, telephone, visit, courier, computer, and telegram. Revealed advantages and disadvantages of each method and recommended a number of safeguards against their misuse. (PD)
Descriptors: Administrators, Business, Business Communication, Business Correspondence
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Clark, Collin, Ed. – 1977
Statistical and directory information are provided in one volume. The 1975-76 statistics cover public libraries in five population ranges: bookmobiles, academic libraries, special libraries, state agency, and county law libraries. The data covers income, staffing and salaries, expenditures, materials, and activities. The first of three directory…
Descriptors: Bookmobiles, College Libraries, Directories, Financial Support
Nixon, Judy C.; West Judy F. – 1988
A survey of companies using telecommunications equipment investigated the distribution of channel selection and the use of external mail distribution systems. A total of 50 companies responded to the survey, which identified 12 telecommunications systems and seven external mail distribution systems. Results indicated that the four most popular…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Communication Research, Electronic Mail, Facsimile Transmission
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Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. ALOHA System. – 1974
A series of technical reports based on the Aloha System for educational computer programs provide a background on how various countries in the Pacific region developed computer capabilities and describe their current operations, as well as prospects for future expansion. Included are studies on the Japan-Hawaii TELEX and Satellite; computers at…
Descriptors: Communications Satellites, Computer Oriented Programs, Computers, Data Processing
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National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. – 1976
This document reports on two projects jointly sponsored by the National Academy of Science (NAS) (USA) and the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas (CONICET) (ARGENTINA). The first is the creation of a telex network for scientific libraries and documentation centers in Argentina, designed to improve access to, and delivery…
Descriptors: Computers, Foreign Countries, Information Dissemination, Information Networks
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