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Friday, February 28, 2003

 
alta vista news
"I've mentioned on several occasions that news search from AltaVista continues to develop into a favorite. Have you noticed that the AV News now offers an option to limit by date or date range? Although, I don't recommend limiting by date for general web searching it can be very useful with news since every article has a specific publication date associated with it. One of the date limits at AV is "anytime". Another limit allows you to search by using a range of dates. What does Anytime mean? While many news engines contain only about 2-4 weeks of news AltaVista's archive goes back well beyond 30 days. This doesn't mean it's time start canceling your fee-based services. If older content is available, it's because the various news organizations are keeping the links active. AV checks the urls regularly to see if links are still "hot". In a time of declining budgets, we might as well maximize what free and low cost content is still available. " Gary Price, Resource Shelf


Thursday, February 27, 2003

 
Tutorial, adding video to site


Wednesday, February 26, 2003

 
article on learning communities in DL


Tuesday, February 25, 2003

 
The Atlantic | March 2003 | Caring for Your Introvert | Rauch


Thursday, February 20, 2003

 
Dr. Joseph Janes: Luminary Lectures @ Your Library

The Library of Congress just had a lecture on that. It was "Why Does Digital Reference Matter" presented by Dr. Joseph Janes.

 
OAIster Home

 
MagPortal.com - Magazine Article Search Engine, Directory, and Data Feeds

 
MARS Home Page

Best Free Reference Web Sites
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Links to Past Programs

 
Pocket Guide to ERIC


Sunday, February 16, 2003

 
Flash Tutorial


Friday, February 14, 2003

 
At the Online Library . . .


by George Lorenzo

In online higher education, as in traditional higher education, the library is the nexus between teaching and learning, providing a host of vital services to its patrons.

The prototypical 21st century higher education library is a complex business. Technology is driving enormous change in the way students learn and faculty teach. Libraries must keep up with the inflow of new technologically savvy students who insist on doing all their research online over a quick Internet connection with easy-to-navigate interfaces.



Tuesday, February 11, 2003

 
Camcorder Buyer's Guide

 
Streaming Video Clips for the Windows Media Player

 
AVS - Integrating Audio & Video into WebCT
Goals: This session will cover issues related to integrating audio and video clips into WebCT. We will discuss the types of formats which can be added, recommendations for the types of formats, and the procedures for adding clips into content.

 
Streaming Video Clips in Your WebCT Course

 
ASL Browser


Saturday, February 08, 2003

 
Deafness Research Foundation

 
Deafness

Ask Eric - lists some good links

 
Sound and Fury - Home

good resource on deaf culture and issues surrounding cochlear implants

 
GRID.ORG - Home

 
Evaluating Media Characteristics

Nice short article describing a process and set of rubrics for evaluating the appropriateness of different media for different educational outcomes.Nice short article describing a process and set of rubrics for evaluating the appropriateness of different media for different educational outcomes.

 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Special Exhibitions


Friday, February 07, 2003

 
Book Search Engines


Thursday, February 06, 2003

 
Salon.com Technology | Embrace file-sharing, or die

 
The Future of Online Search

The Future of Online Search Report on a survey that classifies search engine users into five groups: discoverers, viewers, writers, readers and technodoers. The survey reports a surprisingly low success rate overall: only 25 percent of searches yield a usable result. But the most telling comment is this: "People clearly do not want to search - people simply do not wake up in the morning looking forward to searching on Google. People want to get other things done where search is an activity that is required to get there. If people had other more convenient ways of getting there, they would use those methods." For those of you who think that the future of online learning will look like a search portal, read this story, and think again. By Microdoc, Kairosnews, January 29, 2003 courtesay of S. Downes


Tuesday, February 04, 2003

 
EasyDOS Command Index



 

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