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Gives an overview of the four main themes ‐ elements of library management, policy dilemmas with regard to traditional collection and e‐resources, public relations, and regional library co‐operation ‐ of the 25th conference of the International Association of Technical University Libraries held...
Provides a summary of the main topics of the European Library Automation Group (ELAG) conference in Trondheim, Norway, June 2004. Notes that the title of the conference was "Interoperability: New Challenges and Solutions", but it was clear that both for organizers and participants many of the...
A report on the 7th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) and some of the sessions presented at the 2004 conference, which had the theme of “Distributing Knowledge Worldwide Through Better Scholarly Communication.”
Briefly notes the topics covered at the annual meeting of the American Association of Engineering Education, which took place in Salt Lake City in June 2004.
Reports on the major themes – linking electronic resources; electronic resources management; and accurate statistics management ‐ of the 2004 North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG) Conference, "Growth, Creativity, and Collaboration: Great Visions on a Great Lake," held in Milwaukee,...
Provides an outline of the presentations at the National Conference and annual General Meeting of the Nigerian Library association, held in June 2004. The theme of the conference was "Libraries: tools for education and development".
Gives the highlights of the 2004 annual conference of the American Library Association (ALA) held in Orlando, Florida, in June 2004. These included differing viewpoints on publishing and licencing scholarly work and technology trends.
Reports on selected presentations at the WiLSWorld conference, held in July 2004 at the University of Wisconsin‐Madison.
Focuses on the setting up of a distributed computing system to access resources on multiple machines at the Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities at Rutgers University. Outlines the features of the chosen software and systems and the benefits that grid computing provides – improvement in...
Digital information is exploding, being used for research, scientific, business, industrial, personal, and entertainment purposes. Notes that to preserve this new way of creating and storing information is extremely important.and suggests that advocacy in educating the public, designing...
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