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By Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS)

The IRATV Seminar Series No.46 looks at three aspects of Internet use under the title Using Internet in schools: perspectives, possibilities and issues. Lindy Nevile reflects on learning issues with the Internet in Internet and the World Wide Web: learning in a new environment (p:3) while in Internet and the school: a school administrator's perspective (p:9) Ian Reid shares his own experiences and the manner in which the Internet has impacted change. In the third article, John Turner looks at the Internet for the IT teacher: Travelling on the Net: an Information Technology teacher's perspective (p:14).

As school librarians respond to information servicing via computer 2 technology, we may need to reconsider our Library policies. Customer expectations in a volatile political environment has forced the public libraries of Eastern Regional, Melbourne into organisational change. John Binnion gives a comprehensive summary of the experience in Work and job design at Eastern Regional Libraries. Incite. Vol.16 Issue 8. p:14.

State Library of New South Wales has offered 30 schools across N.S.W. trial access to its resources. Kerry Bennett from Bulli High School reports on the impact of the School's Research Service for servicing information requests in Sources of current information for senior students. Scan. Vol.14 No.3 p:28.

In the new look Learning and leading with Technology journal (formerly The Computing teacher), Jeff Holte looks at the reasons behind networking: Electronically connecting your community and schools: why should you? Vol.22 No.8. p:43.

A whole range of software applications and operating systems allow users to work more effectively with computers while on the move. Maryanne Phillips reviews mobile computing and how to access resources without restrictions -any place, any time in Mobile computing: how far can it go? LAN Magazine. Vol.4 No.3. p:69.

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