Many of the activities people perform with the Internet are new, and possibly could not have been conceived before the network became available. Describes innovative uses of the Internet by staff of two Australian universities. While the Internet provides opportunities for communication among its users, it poses challenges to the computing and information systems professionals who support them. It also presents librarians with the opportunity to apply their established skills as educators, information managers, custodians, information providers, and change agents in their work with Internet users.
Klobas, J. (1994), "Networked Information Resources: : Electronic Opportunities for Users and Librarians", Information Technology & People, Vol. 7 No. 3, pp. 5-18. https://doi.org/10.1108/09593849410076672Download as .RIS
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