|Other titles||Le Canada à l"aube du vidéotex.|
|Statement||John C. Madden.|
|LC Classifications||TK5105 .M334|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32, 34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||81483241|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . Ash, S., and J. Quelch. The New Videotex Technology and Its Impact on Retailers in Canada. Canada, Dept. of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Technology Branch, Technological Innovation Studies Program Research report. Ottawa, Canada: Canada Ministry of Industry, Trade and Commerce, Author: S. Ash, J. Quelch. (Telidon is a form of videotex developed by the Department of Communications of Canada. See Bown, O'Brien, Sawchuck, Storey, and Treurniet, ) The terminal was equipped with the Bronsard 3 character set described in Treurniet (). Attempts to introduce videotex in Canada arose in this context, resulting in a long series of half-successes and failures. We can consider the important human and material resources employed by the Canadian government after to set up the technological system : Serge Proulx.
Part of the EurographicSeminars book series (FOCUS COMPUTER) Videotex is a name used internationally to represent a class of home and business information services which disseminate information or provide for transactional services from public information : C. D. O'Brien, H. G. Bown. Alex was the name of an interactive videotex information service offered by Bell Canada in market research from to and thence to the general public until The Alextel terminal was a contemporary NAPLPS thin client system manufactured by Northern Telecom that was leased to customers for $/month and consisted of a CRT display, attached keyboard, . Late writer Dave Godfrey created three publishing houses. (now Livres Canada Books) The New Electronics and Social Change, and The Telidon Book: Designing and Using Videotex Systems. Telidon (from the Greek words τῆλε, tele "at a distance" and ἰδών, idon "seeing") was a videotex/teletext service developed by the Canadian Communications Research Centre (CRC) during the late s and supported by commercial enterprises led by Infomart in the early s.
In Canada videotex has become almost synonymous with the name Telidon, which has been described as a high level, efficient communication code for the creation, storage, and transmission of graphics and text. Genesis StoryTime debuted in to a small contingent of cable service subscribers in western Canada. The brainchild of Stetski and Doerksen, two Canadian engineers, Genesis StoryTime used a Author: Andrew Egan. Teletext and videotex in North America The Canadian perspective Nicole F. Leduc The author presents basic information on the various videotex and teletext trials scheduled and underway in Canada. She identifies the organizations concerned and their interest in this technology and service by: 1. (10) Videotex In Canada: A Simm ry The absolute number of videotex applications ^ in Canada is second in the >Mrld only to the United States. Educational applications are, higher proportionately,in Canada than in any other country.