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Friday, 28th November 2003

The December, 2003 Issue of The Internet Resources Newsletter is Online

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The December, 2003 Issue of the Internet Resources Newsletter is Online
Always interesting and useful material from Roddy M., Catherine U., and Catherine F., from the Heriot-Watt University Library.
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Conferences
Just Made Available, Presentations from the EDUCAUSE 2003 Conference
Numerous presentations from the conference might be of interest. Here's a sample:
+ Copyright Policies: Past, Present, and Future (Video Presentation)
+ MIT OpenCourseWare: A New Model for Open Sharing (Video Presentation)
+ Looking for LTAs? Discover Low-Threshold Applications at the Campus Library
Panelists include Steven Bell, Philadelphia University
+ Institutional Repositories: What Does Your Institution Need to Know?
+ Virtual Communities of Practice
+ Expansion of Web-Based Library Services in Large Research Libraries: A Penn State Case Study
+ Instant Messaging Interactive Agents: Responding to Student Queries "Naturally"
+ Comparison of the Cost and Use of University Electronic and Print Journal Collections
Presentation not yet online.
+ Digital Library Collections: Creating More Than Pretty Pictures
+ The DSpace Federation: Reports from the New Frontier in Scholarly Communication
Presentation not yet online.
+ Emerging Best Practices for Integrating Library Content and Services with Educational Technology
Presentation not yet online.
+++ See Also: Complete List of Presenters and Presentations
Plenty o' good stuff.




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