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International funding agencies are requiring researchers to prepare and submit data management plans with their grant proposals and deposit their articles and research data in open access repositories. In October 2013, Canada’s research funding agencies launched a consultation process on research ...
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Describes a typical configuration for a local area network (LAN), and discusses positive and negative factors to be considered when deciding whether to implement a LAN in a library setting. Situations in which LANS are or are not appropriate are identified, and alternatives to LANs are described.
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In early 1989, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) Libraries, in conjunction with the UNB Computing Services Department, to establish a CD-ROM network on campus.The ultimate objective of the system was to make searching available through public access personal computers and to individuals able to ...
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Seminar given on October 14, 1996 at School of Library and Information Studies. Dalhousie University. Halifax, N.S.
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The term "Unicode" was first introduced in 1987 by Joe Becker of Xerox, based on the phrase "unique, universal and uniform character encoding". Unicode is a standard for the representation of multilingual character sets using a 16-bit code, for a total of 65,536 characters. One of Unicode's advantag...
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