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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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Rev. of Going Beyond Google: The Invisible Web in Learning and Teaching by Jane Devine and Francine Egger-Sider
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One of the most often heard words in the library environment these days is "open". This talk provides a review of some of the key open concepts that are changing the information landscape as we speak, at a rate faster than many of us would like.
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