LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
LACUNY Institute 1995
"ELECTRONIC RESOURCE SHARING:
AN OVERVIEW WITH HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE"
Friday, May 19th 1995
Bernard Baruch College Library
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The proliferation of electronic resources has expanded the scope of services and information available in libraries, and is simultaneously transforming the nature of librarianship. This year's LACUNY Institute will explore the nature of the changes being wrought by the information superhighway and the changing role
of librarians in the electronic environment.
Evans Peter, Coalition for Networked Information: "The Life Mind on Information Highway-Update National Information Infrastructure and Internet Network Resources"
Marjorie E. Bloss, Center For Research Libraries: "If the Electronic Library is Becoming the Norm, Where Does This Leave Me?"
Afternoon program will be hands-on experience workshops:
Dialog; EBSCO; Lexis/Nexis; UMI; SUNY/OCLC; H.W. Wilson; Uncover (CARL);
Creating a World of Opportunities Liberating People With Disabilities Through Adaptive Technology