|Vol. 17, No. 9||Oct. 30, 1997|
The University Library continues with its series of Electronic Library Lunches highlighting electronic resources available on the World Wide Web. Each session will take place from 12:10-12:50 p.m., Tuesdays, in the 1941 Lecture Room of the Morris Library. These lunchtime brown-bag demonstration sessions will explore the following topics:
Slippin' Into Darkness: An Excursion Into African- American Cyberspace. Come explore African-American culture on the web by taking a look at the news and views of the African-American past and present with host Carol Rudisell, reference, Nov. 11;
Delaware on the Web. Recently there has been an increase in information by and about the First State available on the web. Join host Rebecca Knight, reference, for a virtual walk through Delaware, Nov. 25; and
Librarian's Guide to Cyberspace for Parents and Kids. Host Catherine Wojewodzki, reference, will discuss how librarians can help parents and children locate good web sites and give safety tips and site selection advice. The session will be based on the American Library Association's brochure and World Wide Web site, Dec. 2.
Members of the University community are invited to attend any or all of the lunches. Reservations are not necessary; bring lunch and join the group.
Call 831-2432 for additional information.