ERIC Number: ED349021
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of FLICC Forums on Federal Information Policies. Combined Summaries of Proceedings of Access Is the Key (7th, Washington, D.C., March 20, 1990) and Building Information Superhighways: Supercomputing Networks and Libraries (8th, Washington, D.C., March 21, 1991).
Federal Library and Information Center Committee, Washington, DC.
The proceedings for the 1990 forum provides both summaries of introductory and special remarks and 10 papers together with the full text of the following papers: (1) "The Changing Information Landscape: Opportunities for Better Management" (Jeff Bingaman); (2) "Managing Scientific and Technical Information in the 1990s" (D. Allan Bromley); (3) "Future Trends in Government Information Issues" (Prudence Adler); (4) "The Future of the GPO Depository Library Program: Issues and Strategies" (Charles R. McClure); (5) "Access to Government Information: A Canadian Perspective" (Brian Land); (6) "The Medical Community's Views on Open Access" (Gene A. Kallenberg); (7) "Public Needs for Federal Information" (Elliot L. Shelkrot); (8) "The States' View of Access Issues" (James A. Nelson); (9)"What Industry Expects from Federal Information Providers" (Scott K. Kostenbauder); and (10) "Information Science and Changing Needs" (Deanna Marcum). The proceedings for the 1991 forum presents summaries of introductory and special remarks and 17 papers together with the full text of five of the papers: (1) "NREN and Other Information Networks: The Federal Role" (George E. Brown, Jr.); (2) "Future Directions for Federal Libraries and Information Centers" (Pamela Andre); (3) "Balancing the E and R in NREN: The Educational Imperative" (Richard M. Dougherty); (4) "Supporting the Modern Researcher" (Donald N. Langenberg); and (5) "Future Implications for the Profit and Not-For-Profit Sectors" (Allan H. Weiss). The papers at this forum addressed current initiatives and future prospects, key issues for national information networking, federal libraries and information providers--the core of the network information structure, the larger picture--future implications, and approaches and opportunities. The "Forum Call" and agenda are also provided for each of the forums. (BBM)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Federal Library and Information Center Committee, Washington, DC.