pub119. Emerging Visions for Access in the Twenty-first Century Library
DOCUMENTATION ABSTRACTS, INC.
INSTITUTES FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE
APRIL 21–22, 2003
Presented by the Council on Library and Information Resources and the California Digital Library
(8/03, 84 pp.) $20 (print)
“Emerging Visions for Access in the Twenty-first Century Library” is the second in a series of international symposiums that are supported by a grant from Documentation Abstracts, Inc. (DAI). The institutes will address key issues in information science relating to digital libraries, economics of information, or resources for scholarship.
This volume of conference proceedings is from the April 2003 symposium. Included are the following:
- Welcoming Remarks, Lawrence H. Pitts
- Reaching across Library Boundaries, Robert S. Martin
- The Personal Library: Integrating the Library in the Networking Society, Jens Thorhauge
- Libraries Empower People to Participate in a Civil Society, Gary E. Strong
- Toward Supported “Communities of Interest” in Digital Environments, Robin Stanton
- The Library and Education: Integrating Information Landscapes, Michael McRobbie
- The Open Access Movement in Scholarly Communication, Michael Eisen
- Lessons in Deep Resource Sharing from the University of California Libraries, Daniel Greenstein
Print copies of this title are no longer available.