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Reports on the September 2004 conference "Learning beyond the classroom: envisioning the information commons’ future" held at the University of Southern California. The two‐day event overlapped USC’s 7th annual conference on Teaching and learning with technology (TLT), giving both librarians and...
Reports on the 2004 Frankfurt Book Fair. Provides some information on exhibitors, subject groups and other topics about the world’s largest trade show for the publishing industry.
Outlines some of the presentations at the Electronic information in the 21st century (EEI21) symposium at the University of Memphis in October 2004. EEI21 is an internationally recognized ethics meeting attracting scholars, practitioners and students interested in a wide range of information...
Provides some highlights of the LOUIS Users Conference (LUC) 2004 held in October 2004 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. An annual conference since 1993, this year’s LUC brought together 230 attendees from the 39 LOUIS (the Louisiana Library Network) member libraries. Notes that the sessions continued...
This paper is based on a Master’s dissertation whose objective was to determine the purpose for which students of the University of Dar es Salaam use the Internet (see www.udsm.ac.tz/). It was to determine if students were using the Internet for academic purposes. The study also investigated the...
Provides a report on the progress of the Education Trust Fund (ETF) training programme in Nigeria, which originally started in 2002. The ETF training is an educative and skillful programme that is designed to build manpower.
Provides an outline of the incorporation of new technologies into Seattle library operations following the passing of a $196.4 million bond measure to renovate, expand, or replace the existing Central Library and 23 branches.
This article is an interview with Professor A.A. Alemna, an inspirational and interesting character with a varied career in library and information science, who shares highlights of his career.
Focuses on the formation of the first digital library in Armenian history opened in post Soviet times, the Gladzor Management University, in January 2004. Provides an overview of its areas of focus.
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