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USING THE WORLD WIDE WEB MEDIUM FOR LIBRARY
EXHIBITS by Eric Schnell
Through the development of new technologies utilizing the World Wide Web media librarians are now positioned to offer information services based on multimedia resources. With new tools becoming available seemingly every day, library media specialists have begun to investigate applications for media-based information. This paper describes the potential of the Web as a meduim for creating media information resources in the form of online exhibits. It will discuss the advantages of using the Web medium for exhibit production, provide a summary of a Web exhibit pilot project, highlight production techniques, and considers the issues facing libraries developing such resources.
Internet Resources: WWW Update for Media
Managers by Michael Albright
Mike updates his last column and continues to bring us the best of the web for media professionals.
MEDIA WORKS COLUMN
Lights! Cameras! Log On!: The UC Berkeley Media
Resources Center Web Site by Gary Handman
Gary Handman, Director of the Media Resources Center, Moffitt Library, UC Berkeley describes their cutting edge web site.
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EDITOR: Lori J. Widzinski, Head, Media Resources Center, Health Sciences Library, State University of New York at Buffalo
ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Terrence E. McCormack, Head, M. Robert Koren Center for Clinical and Legal Education, Law Library, State University of New York at Buffalo
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