1993: Emerging communities: integrating networked information into library services
30th Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing (1993). Edited by Ann P. Bishop.
Emerging communities: integrating networked information into library services is the proceedings of the 1993 Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing. This Clinic provided an opportunity for information professionals from a wide variety of settings to discuss their experiences and concerns related to computer networking, with over 25 speakers sharing their research, expertise, and insights with about 200 conference attendees.
The complete text of the proceedings is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers included here are:
- Introduction - Ann P. Bishop
- Seizing the infosphere: An alternative vision for national computer networking - Tom Grundner
- Community computer networks: Building electronic greenbelts - Steve Cisler
- MAGGIE'S PLACE: Connecting with the community at the Pikes Peak Library District - David Doman
- Integrating Free-Net into library services - Bill Erbes and Yvonne Beechler-Rusch
- Linking academic systems with the community: current activities at Princeton - Velga B. Stokes
- The OCLC Internet Resources Project: Toward providing library services for computer-mediated communication - Martin Dillon, Erik Jul, Mark Burge, and Carol Hickey
- Improvements needed for better subject access to library catalogs via the Internet - Karen M. Drabenstott and Pauline A. Cochrane
- Extending the online catalog: The point of diminishing returns - Charles R. Hildreth
- Designing the gateway interface: Tips and techniques from Carnegie Mellon's experience - Denise A. Troll
- The roles of libraries in access to networked information: Cautionary tales from the era of broadcasting - Clifford A. Lynch
- The Kids' Catalog project: Customizing networked information - Pamela Sandlian
- Use of networking in K-12 schools: research results - Michael Waugh and James Levin
- The Pioneering Partners Project: Collaboration among K-12 educators, librarians, and community leaders - John L. Hankins
- Special librarians and the Internet: A descriptive study - Hope N. Tillman and Sharyn J. Ladner
- Wiring the muse: problems and issues of integrating networked information into museum operations - Deirdre C. Stam
- Integrating networked information into corporate library services [abstract only] - Janet M. Vratny
- The world we want: Emerging communities, emerging information - John R. Garrett
- Current issues and initiatives in the electronic dissemination of government information - James P. Love
- Progress toward and prospects for a global digital information infrastructure in support of research and education - Paul Evan Peters
- The role of networks in achieving academic library goals - Ronald L. Larsen
- Integrating networked information into library services: Philosophy, strategy, and implementation at Mann Library - William V. Garrison
- Networked delivery of full-text electronic journals: Diverse options, shared limitations - Richard Entlich
- Internet resources and the humanities reference service - Diane K. Kovacs and Martha Fleming
- Electronic libraries and electronic librarians: Who does what in a national electronic community - Bruce Schatz
- Integrating libraries into the curriculum: The CHIPS project - Pat Molholt
- Views versus visions: Implementing the library's vision in the real world - Ellen I. Watson and Joel L. Hartman
The Proceedings of the Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing have been digitized through the Open Content Alliance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)Electronic networks are starting to be widely used in K-12 schools. And with the new National Research and Education Network (NREN) legislation and other federal, state, and grass roots efforts, their use will become ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)Throughout institutions of higher education, the view of the library takes on many forms: the president may be inclined to see the library as a money pit; the faculty view of their library allocation approaches that of ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)The author will describe and explore the issues related to the integration of "traditional" library services and networked information in a corporate library setting. The case study of Apple Library's staff and their ...
What, then, is a "gateway" interface? In the domain of information retrieval, a gateway interface essentially provides access to one or more databases in addition to the online public access catalog (OPAC). The definition ...
This paper is an analysis of the data we collected on special librarians in 1991 and 1992 to determine if special librarians working in colleges and universities differ from special librarians in corporations, ...