ASIS Midyear '98 Proceedings
Collaboration Across Boundaries:
Theories, Strategies, and Technology
Collaboration for Community Outreach:
Bridging the Gap
Sponsored by SIG LAN, SIG TIS, and SIG MED
Panelists will describe community outreach programs which either use technology to give information to the community, offer direct service to the community using technology, or help instruct the community in the use of technology. Discussion after the presentation will focus on community outreach. Who are the information have-nots in our communities? What are their needs? What do we have to offer? How can we help? How can we form coalitions and collaborative projects to help?
Methods of Evaluating Community Networks
Charlotte Ford and Kim Gregson, Indiana University, (contributed paper)
Town and Gown in Brooklyn: Teaching Technology,
M. Dawn Armstrong, Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development
Teaching Technology to the Teachers: AT&T, Duke University Collaboration for Information Literacy,
Laura Cousineau, Duke University
The Chicago AIDS Outreach Project Consortium
Javier B. Crespo, University of Illinois at Chicago Library
Moderator: Inez L. Sperr-Brisfjord, Pratt Institute
Panel presented at the 1998 midyear meeting of the Association for Information Science, May 17-20, 1998, Orlando, Florida.
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