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As the 1960s drew to a close, Congress found itself grappling with an increasing array of complex technological issues that it was ill equipped to analyze and that could be the cause of costly blunders if acted upon incorrectly. To alleviate this situation, the U.S. Office of Technology...
The Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound in Alaska the battle over future oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas medical waste pollution on the beaches of the northeast and nuclear contamination from the...
Men make war women make peace. Men make war women make children. Men make war because women make children. Because men make war, women make children. Women make peace because they make children.
Cambridge, Harvard, Oxford the names of these universities instantly conjure up images of the highest attainments of higher education. Of course, great universities also operate great university presses. So any reference book with the name of Oxford, Cambridge, or Harvard in the title possesses...
Compact disk database systems have been proliferating in libraries for the past several years. Producers have promoted them as userfriendly, selfinstructional systems that require little onsite assistance for use. Libraries have placed the systems out for use and have sometimes found this...
Rapid technological change has become a fact of life in the libraries of the 1990s. While this change touches all parts of the library organization, nowhere is it more visible, or are its effects more keenly felt, than in reference departments. Consider these snapshotsfictional, but real enough
With the discovery of oil on Alaska's North Slope, the continued issues regarding the Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act, the oil spill of the Exxon Valdez in the Prince William Sound, the controversy over oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and the recent announcement...
Evaluation of student performance in bibliographic instruction B.I. has been, and continues to be, an area of interest to B.I. practitioners. The last 15 years have seen a number of excellent analyses and reviews of evaluation techniques. Many recent articles focus on evaluation methods used...
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