This volume tells 16 remarkable stories—first person accounts of how information and communication technologies have been successfully introduced into institutions for the benefit of scientists and engineers in sub-Saharan Africa. These case studies focus on the lessons learned in designing and implementing projects dealing with scientific and technological information and examine the impact.
Table of Contents
|CASE STUDIES IN THE INTRODUCTION OF CD-ROM TO UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES||11-62|
|CASE STUDIES ON DESKTOP PUBLISHING||63-120|
|CASE STUDIES ON ELECTRONIC NETWORKING||121-214|
|CASE STUDIES ON THE COLLECTION, MANAGEMENT, AND DISSEMINATION OF LOCAL INFORMATION RESOURCES||215-272|
|APPENDIX A: LIST OF AUTHORS||281-282|
|APPENDIX B: LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS||283-284|
|APPENDIX C: GLOSSARY||285-290|
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