Transcript of a Sandford Berman lecture on library services to the poor. Includes a biography and abstract.
Details how academic libraries can work with campus writing centers to improve service to patrons.
Released July 8, 1999 by the US Department of Commerce, a series of three reports in the Falling Through the Net series on the telecommunications and information technology gap in the United States.
A sampling of new and interesting uses of the Web by libraries.
Article from Salon Magazine theorizing that new technology in libraries is only more efficient if patrons can use it. Argues that the role of librarians now includes being teachers of technology.
Guidance for librarians in building and evaluating consumer health materials for their libraries' collections.
Offers an online book which gives tips and advice for how librarians can best serve blind patrons.
A report to the Santa Clara County Libraries. Studies the issues involved in providing access to the internet in public libraries. Discusses a variety of possible solutions, including filtering, restricted access, blocking software in children's rooms, training, and parental permission.
Links to disabilities documents, library services examples, and other resources, from the Michigan Electronic Library.