Block 2 Sessions, 10:45-11:30 a.m.
The Web for Documents Librarians
Head, Documents Service Center
Brooklyn College Library
New York University
The presenters will offer a tour of both well-established and "beginning"
documents web sites, to see the variety of approaches and levels of
complexity that currently exist. We will discuss the various factors
which influence the size and complexity of a site: purpose, staffing,
equipment, connectivity, expertise. We will take a look at some sites
which are useful in the operation of a documents collection, both
official government sites and sites created by documents librarians
themselves in response to a particular need. Finally, we will look at a
number of print tools and web sites which serve as resources for building
a web site and determining its content.