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International Information and Library Review

2002 Volume 34, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Building Digital Collections in the Algerian Context: Assets and Prospects

    Yahia Bakelli

    Analyzes access behavior of Algerian users of information and documentation, focusing on the imbalance between user demand and quality of library access. Topics include Internet connectivity... More

    pp. 113-27

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  2. The Role and Impact of the Digital Library on Capacity Building in the Developing World-A Case Study of the OSSREA Digital Library

    Samson Bekele

    Discussion of formatting and disseminating information in the developing world focuses on efforts of Ethiopia's Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), a... More

    pp. 129-37

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  3. The Indonesian Digital Library Network Is Born To Struggle with the Digital Divide

    Ismail Fahmi

    Describes the Indonesian Digital Library Network that is designed to develop Indonesia as a knowledge-based society. Highlights include the digital divide; problems in a developing country,... More

    pp. 153-74

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  4. Through Information Technologies to a World-Class Level of Education

    Irina Kirillova

    Discusses implementing information technology (IT) into education in Kazakhstan based on the work of the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research under the President of... More

    pp. 175-82

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  5. From Atoms to Bits: Consequences of the Emerging Digital Divide in India

    Jagtar Singh

    Discusses the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the digital divide in India. Considers the impact of information technologies, including the Internet and the Web, on... More

    pp. 187-200

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