Library Philosophy and Practice

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, Fall

An Education in [C]opyright Law: A Primer for Cyberspace
The Law of Copyright Copyright law has been a hot topic of late. This has never been more evident than with the emergence of the Internet as a teaching tool. The Internet was once a research project. Today it is the greatest computer system in the...
Geo-Referenced Digital Libraries: Experienced Problems of Purpose and Infrastructure
Introduction In a panel discussion at the 5th European Conference of Digital Libraries, Freeston (2001, p. 458) challenged, "what's holding up the development of georeferenced DLs [digital libraries] in advancing beyond collections of digital maps?"...
Moving Digits in Serials Life
Introduction Publishing electronically allows fast, easy, and widespread dissemination of information, it lowers the cost of editing, and it allows content to be stored in a way that complements and rivals the traditional paper format. The World...
The Use of PowerPoint in the Library Classroom: An Experiment in Learning Outcomes
Introduction For several years I have been using PowerPoint for various library instruction classes. In the spring of 2000 I was asked by a senior undergraduate psychology student (Lynn) to participate in a project she had to complete for her senior...
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