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Internet Programming at the Small Public Library

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Title: Internet Programming at the Small Public Library
Author: Bell, Vicky L. ; Williams, Michael Alan, 1963-
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/1021
Abstract: Successful library programming of any sort requires the cooperation of everyone involved. Attempting to present something as complex as the Internet involves the highest degree of cooperation possible. Through two different programs presented at the West Indianapolis Branch of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library (I-MCPL), the subject of the Internet in general, and the Wold Wide Web in particular, was introduced and explained to a variety of program attendees. Both programs were presented by librarians working together to convey accurate and relevant information gained from personal experiences as both information professionals and end users of Internet access services.
LC Subject: Internet literacy
Internet and libraries
Internet access for library users
Pulic services (Libraries)
Date: 1997
Published As: Bell, Vicky L. and Michael Williams. (1997). Internet Programming at the Small Public Library. Indiana libraries, 16(2), 23-27.
ISSN: 0275777X
Found At: H.W. Wilson Company
Appears in Collections: Volume 16, Number 2 (1997)


 

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