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View Resource Bibliographic Control of Web Resources: A Library of Congress Action Plan

The Library of Congress is seeking input for the next two weeks on this draft of their action plan. The plan grows out of last November's conference, Bibliographic Control for the New Millennium: Confronting the Challenge of Networked Resources and the Web, and also takes into account LC21: A Digital Strategy for the Library of Congress, the National Academy of Sciences report commissioned by the...
View Resource From Surfing Smarter to Working the Net: Internet Scout Project Subject-Specific Scout Reports

In this article Jack Solock introduces the Scout Project's Subject Specific reports. Solock argues that these reports will help the Scout Project to better provide what libarians call SDI (Selective Dissemination of Information). The article discusses the advantages of SDI services and predicts great things for this new addition to the Scout Project's services.
View Resource Internet Public Library

The Internet Public Library (IPL) is the product of a graduate seminar at the School of Information and Library Studies at the University of Michigan to explore "the interconnections of libraries, librarians, and librarianship with a distributed networked environment." The website offers library services via the Internet, including digital reference service and collection management. The project...
View Resource British Library: Blogs

The British Library is one of the world's great libraries and its blogs are quite excellent as well. These streams of thought and commentary are crafted by curators, subject specialists, and guest bloggers and on any given day might include "Jokes for David Frost," "Dogs: Medieval Man's Best Friend," and thoughts on Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure." All told, there are over a dozen blogs here...