Derek Law's DSS presentation on the Social Role of Digital Libraries now available online

Professor Derek Law, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland), discusses the social opportunities presented by digital libraries in a Distinguished Seminar Series presentation given March 11, 2004, in Dublin (Ohio).

Derek Law is Librarian and Head of the University's Information Resources Directorate.

His presentation is available from the Distinguished Seminar Series Web page, linked below.

The OCLC Distinguished Seminar Series encourages the exchange of ideas by bringing distinguished professionals to the OCLC campus to make presentations on topics of timely interest.  DSS presentations are free and open to the public.

The next DSS presentation will occur on April 29, 2004, when Blaise Cronin, Rudy Professor of Information Science, Indiana University, will present Scholars and Scripts, Eyeballs and Epistemes: What it Means to Publish.  More information is available on the Distinguished Seminar Series Web page.

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For more information:

Bob Bolander
Communications & Programs Manager
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