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ERIC Number: ED328284
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 85
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
The Role of Information in the Economy of the Southeast.
Curry, Elizabeth, Ed.
Southeastern Librarian, v40 n2 Sum 1990 spec iss
This special issue presents 15 papers presented at an invitational conference on the role of information in the economic development of the southeastern region of the United States: (1) "Three Days in February: A Summary Report on the Role of Information in the Economy of the Southeast Conference" (Joel Sigmon); (2) "Impressions of the Conference on the Role of Information in the Economy of the Southeast" (Ron Steensland); (3) "Notes on Expanding the Ideas from the Conference on Information and the Economy of the Southeast" (David L. Kallenborn); (4) "Reflections from a Participant" (Jeff S. Thompson); (5) "Keynote Speech" (David Osborne); (6) "The Future of Economic Development in the Region" (Jesse L. White, Jr.); (7) "The Economy of the Rural Southeast" (Rick Carlisle); (8)"The Economy of the Urban South" (Roy Bahl and David Sjoquist); (9) "Visualization and Information: Computer Images" (Earl R. Mac Cormac); (10) "Information and the Development of Rural North Carolina" (Howard McGinn); (11) "Meeting AT&T's Needs for Information" (W. David Penniman); (12) "Overcoming Political and Financial Barriers" (Barratt Wilkins); (13) "Implementing Change in the Development of an Information Infrastructure" (Ralph Russell); (14) "Raising Anchor, Casting Off: Information Technology and Economics in the Southeast" (Jerry Campbell); and (15) "Closing Remarks: An Overview of the Conference and a Look to the Future" (Edward Holley). (MAB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc., Dublin, OH.; North Carolina State Library, Raleigh.; Southeastern Library Network, Inc., Atlanta, GA.
Authoring Institution: Southeastern Library Association, Tucker, GA.