Perspectives on the Digital Information Environment: A Case for Collaborative and Institutional Models

November 11, 1997 0

Presented by Wendy Lougee Assistant Director for Digital Library Initiatives University of Michigan Library The changing landscapes of higher education, scholarly communication, and technology have provided a catalyst for rethinking existing structures for information delivery and access within the academy. Wendy Lougee will discuss perspectives on the digital information environment. The University of Michigan’s Digital Library Program is offered as a case study to highlight the organizational and technological dimensions of developing digital collections and Read More

Making the Pieces Fit: Maintaining a Coherent Web Presence in a Complex Organization

September 24, 1997 0

Presented by Karen Diaz Web Librarian, The Ohio State University Libraries This presentation examined challenges the Ohio State University Libraries has faced on a variety of web site issues including: Delivering a variety of electronic resources (CD-ROM, web, telnet accessible / which are citation databases, journals and other full text resources) Building depth to access of local information Working relationships required to succeed Consideration of technical and non-technical solutions to outstanding problems

The Digital Age and Archives

March 12, 1997 0

Presented by Karen Benedict Archival Consultant, The Winthrop Group Program Meeting The program will cover the following topics: 1. Issues in the long-term preservation of electronic records 2. The impact of the Internet and the World Wide Web on information delivery and the user base. 3. How proposed changes to the Copyright Act of 1978 would change the equation. 4. Future Shock–the Information Age in the New Millennium.

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