Information Technology Of The Future

Join us in this hour of Science Friday for a live broadcast from the library of the future. The books are there, more than a million of them, but so are 500 network connections and an electronic information center where users can bring science information from all over the world to their computer screens. Guests: Call-out on 2.33 million-year-old Homo fossil: William Kimbel Science Director, Institute of Human Origins Berkeley, CA Main Topic and Guests: Heike Kordish Deputy Director of Research Libraries New York Public Library New York, NY Ann Thornton Electronic Training Coordinator Science, Industry and Business Library New York, NY Cheryl Sirna Reference Librarian Science, Industry and Business Library New York, NY Susan Jacobs Science Librarian Science, Industry and Business Library New York, NY Listeners call in

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