SPECIAL MEDIAGRAPHY / BIBLIOGRAPHY ISSUE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOR DESIGNING LIBRARY ELECTRONIC CLASSROOMS
by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe
This bibliography identifies resources for librarians who are
designing instructional classrooms.
AND ON-DEMAND: STREAMING MULTIMEDIA FOR THE ACADEMIC
by Gloria Rohmann
A concise list of Web and print information
sources concerning multimedia streaming.
SELECTIVE GUIDE TO LATINO/A VIDEOS by Lori Foulke
A guide providing a representative sampling
of recent and notable videos about Latinos/as in the United States.
OF NATIVE PEOPLE OF NORTH AMERICA: AN ANNOTATED
MEDIAGRAPHY, PART II
by Sharon A. Gray
The previous compilation of videos relating
to health of Native people of Nort America that was published in this
journal in 1993 has generated a great deal of interest. This update
primarily covers the period from 1993 to 1997.
NINO: A MEDIAGRAPHY by Linda Musser
This mediagraphy describes materials which
depict El Nino via images.
ON SEXUAL VIOLENCE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION by Sheryl Burton
The materials listed in this mediagraphy can
help provide insight and solutions to the problem of sexual
violence. The focus is on newer and award winning programs.
RESOURCES FOR DIABETICS by Buzz Haughton
The intended audience for the Internet sites
and media materials in this mediagraphy is the diabetic patient.
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