January 23, 2004  
 

 

SLACSpeak Book Back in Print

The third edition of SLACSpeak, a dictionary of terms and acronyms used in all areas at SLAC, has been reprinted. It is now available at the Library Circulation Desk. The paper edition has been produced for use by those on site who do not have ready access to a computer at those moments when their need for a definition or explanation strikes.

SLACSpeak is also a continuously updated database, that is available via the Web at: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/find/slacspeak

Maintained by SLACís Archives and History Office, this database attempts to comprehensively cover all areas of SLAC work which generate their own terms and acronyms. Suggested additions are always welcome and can be proposed on-line at: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/spires/slacspeak/add_term.html or by e-mail to jmdeken@slac.stanford.edu.

 

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Last update Friday January 30, 2004 by Kathy B