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The Universe at Your Fingertips: Continuing Web Education.



Andrea L. Duda

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Number of papers: 14

  1. ERes--A Web-Based Electronic Reserve System

    Philip R. Kesten

    ERes, an electronic reserve system, allows faculty and staff to make documents available on the World Wide Web without requiring any technical skills. The system was developed at Santa Clara... More

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  2. Web-Based Slide Presentations

    Melissa L. Just

    At the University of Southern California's Norris Medical Library, seminars on World Wide Web topics are given to faculty, staff, students, and to community health care providers at remote sites.... More

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  3. How To Effectively Locate Federal Government Information on the Web

    Patricia Cruse & Sherry DeDecker

    Information from the U.S. Government is appearing with increasing frequency on the Internet. In many cases, the Internet is the only place to locate important government information. Virtually all ... More

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  4. The Launching Pad: Delivering Information Competence through the Web

    Sariya Talip Clay, Sallie Harlan & Judy Swanson

    Traditionally, librarians have used printed workbooks to teach students basic information skills. With the emergence of the World Wide Web, opportunities are available to transform these static and... More

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  5. Transforming the Web into a Forum for Academic Research: The USC Doheny Electronic Resources Center Model

    Judith A. Truelson

    Evidence suggests that use of multimedia or new media can enhance selected areas of the curriculum. Library planners at the University of Southern California (USC) believe that use of multimedia to... More

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  6. An Accent on Access: Writing HTML for the Widest Possible Audience

    Michael J. Reagan

    World Wide Web authors are often tempted to use the latest and sexiest means to present their information. "Hot" and "cool" sites use dancing graphics, frames, tables, specific fonts, and... More

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  7. One-Stop Shopping: Presenting Disparate Electronic Resources through a Single Interface

    Judi Briden, Brenda Reeb & Allison Zhang

    The Electronic Resources Team at the University of Rochester (New York) River Campus Libraries pursued the concept of one-stop shopping as a component of their new integrated library system Voyager... More

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  8. Beyond Clip Art: Creating Graphics for the Web

    Linda Absher

    For many librarians and information specialists, the World Wide Web presents a challenge, not only in terms of organizing information, but in creating a visual package that piques the user's... More

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  9. The Web for Documents Librarians

    Jerry Breeze, Jane Cramer & David Hellman

    The World Wide Web is a powerful and versatile resource for documents librarians. It can serve as a source of information for patrons looking for government information, as a means of publicizing... More

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  10. Web-Writing in One Minute--and Beyond

    Kenneth Hughes

    This paper describes how librarians can teach patrons the basics of hypertext markup language (HTML) so that patrons can publish their own homepages on the World Wide Web. With proper use of... More

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  11. Navigating the Universe of the Web Information in the Multimedia Classroom

    Doralyn H. Edwards

    While most librarians are aware of the increasing amount of electronic resources available in and from libraries, they may not realize how much World Wide Web information is being used in higher... More

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  12. Constructing Career Connections: Building a Webpage for the Job Seeker

    Carol Doyle & Janet Martorana

    Intended for those interested in the development of webpages and their use in instruction, this paper discusses the development of a career and job information webpage on InfoSurf, the University... More

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  13. An Embarrassment of Riches

    Ruth Wallach

    Geared toward librarians who frequently work with faculty and graduate students, this paper summarizes the experience of the library at the University of Southern California in organizing and... More

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  14. The Western Canada Virtual Union Catalogue: Integrating Document Requesting into Z39.50 and Other Search Clients

    Dave Binkley & Kristina Long

    The widespread implementation of search protocols, primarily Z39.50, in combination with the spread of the World Wide Web makes possible a high degree of integration and standardization of search... More

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