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Reports some of the topics covered at the 92nd Annual Conference of the College Art Association held in Seattle, February 2004, where several sessions addressed the issues involved with the iintroduction of digital technologies in the teaching of art history.
Summarises new and developing Web browser technologies. Describes three browsers, one with a “tabbed browsing” capability, another which includes a new productivity tool called a “search information manager”, and a voice operated browser which is still in development.
Outlines some of the topics addressed at the sixth annual Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series, entitled "Crossing Boundaries: Collecting and Collaborating Globally", held in March 2004. The conference covered issues in international scholarship, shared preservation and collection...
Reports on some of the sessions held at the ninth annual Technology in Education International Conference and Exposition held in March 2004, the theme of which was “Leading and learning in the digital age”. Sessions outlined include one on a new national distance education master’s degree...
Focuses on an initiative of the Association of Research Library’s Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition in giving leadership for providing open access to scholarly information, determining this as the most effective means of advancing scholarly research. Addresses some of the...
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