Shared Catalogues and Cataloguing Tools: Information and Communication Technology as Catalyst
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Purpose – To provide coverage and insights about the annual meeting of the AAAS where this year's theme was “Science and Technology for Sustainable Well‐Being.” Design/methodology/approach – Environmental scan of annual national meeting. Of particular interest due to the range of backgrounds different attendees from all avenues of the scientific community. Findings – Sustainable well being has wide applications in different arenas but the informatics component was not as strong as at past conferences. Practical Implications – Much of the conference focused on intersections of theory and application and new ways of responding to sustainability. Particularly strong in the physical sciences. Originality value – Provides information of value to information professionals.
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Omekwu, C.O, Egberongbe, H.S and John-Okeke, R (2007) Shared Catalogues and Cataloguing Tools: Information and Communication Technology as Catalyst. Library Hi Tech News, Volume 24(3).