D-Lib Magazine

September 1996
ISSN 1082-9873


From the Editor: Back to School
To the Editor: HyperNews

Stories and Briefings

Digital Libraries in the Science Classroom: An Opportunity for Inquiry
Raven Wallace, Joseph Krajcik, and Elliot Soloway
University of Michigan

Informedia Goes to School: Early Findings from the Digital Video Library Project
Michael G. Christel
Krishna Pendyala
Carnegie Mellon University

Adapting Digital Libraries for Learners: Accessibility vs. Availability
Daniel C. Edelson
Douglas N. Gordin
Northwestern University

History Goes Digital: Teaching When the Web is in the Classroom
Bill Tally
EDC/Center for Children and Technology

Web for Your Head: The Design of Digital Resources to Enhance Lifelong Learning
Christopher M. Hoadley
Philip Bell
University of California, Berkeley

Roles for Digital Libraries in K-12 Education
Miriam Masullo
Robert Mack
Thomas J. Watson Research Center

National Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations: A Scalable and Sustainable Approach to Unlock University Resources
Edward A. Fox, John L. Eaton, Gail McMillan
Neill A. Kipp, Laura Weiss, Emilio Arce, and Scott Guyer
Virginia Tech

Clips and Pointers

  • Point-to-Point
  • The New Zealand Digital Library
  • ULIS announces experimental multilingual gateway for CJK browsing
  • Webseek: Searching for Images and Videos on the World Wide Web, John R. Smith, Columbia University
  • Get Started: Education, Tracy Hammerman, University of Michigan
  • Research on education and technology
  • Resources for educators
  • Museums with great exhibits and information
  • Collections of good sites
  • On-line publications
  • In Print
  • TULIP: The University Licensing Program: Final Report
  • Organizing the Global Digital Library II: Proceedings
  • Goings On
  • 38th Allerton Institute, "Libraries, People, and Change: A Research Forum on Digital Libraries", October 27-29, 1996
  • ALCTS Cataloging and Classification Section/NELINET Institute on Interactive Multimedia Cataloging, November 1, 1996
  • 1996 GILS Conference, November 13-14, 1996
  • Pointers in this Column
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