The Bibliography of British Technology lists about 320 references to BTI ranging from 1958 to the present. Eight languages are concerned with the bibliography: English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese, Spanish and Swedish. Every item has an English abstract or annotation. Items are arranged in systematic order, and cross-references among related items as well as author and language indexes complement the systematic arrangement. A title list of E.J. Coates’ BTI-related works arranged in chronological order is appended.

BTI was commenced by the Library Association (LA), London, in February 1962. It was a monthly and annual subject guide to articles in about 400 British technical journals. This interesting information was brought to us by the blog, ISKO UK (A blog space of the British chapter of ISKO), in their post “Bibliography of the British Technology Index.” The blog aims to serve as a forum for sharing information on knowledge organization activities, fora and organizations in the United Kingdom and worldwide.

Melody K. Smith

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