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  • Submit or Resist: Google, is There a Third Way? 

    Hicks, Deborah (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2006)
    This article explores the impact that Google is having on the library profession. Google is enticing users away from their local libraries with its siren song of easy use and ?good enough? results, and librarians are ...
  • Editorial: Diverse Populations 

    Allan, Kenneth; McCarthy, Melissa (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2006)
    DJIM's Co-Chair and Editorial Chair introduce the journal's second volume, and the theme of "diverse populations."
  • Public Libraries as Aids to Sense Making in Urban Aboriginal Populations 

    Woroniak, Monique (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2006)
    Aboriginal peoples in Canada increasingly reside in areas outside of their designated reserve lands, with large numbers living in many of the country's Census Metropolitan Areas. This paper discusses the potential for ...
  • Adaptive Technologies for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Scholarly and Consumer Perspectives 

    Mann, Debra (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2006)
    Adaptive technologies allow people with visual impairments to access information, but problems surrounding access and availability to these technologies exist. Scholarly literature and reports by organizations, such as the ...
  • South African Public Libraries After Apartheid 

    Illsley, Robin (Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2006)
    One of the challenges a postcolonial society has to face is reconciliation, the righting of wrongs and forgiveness. In South Africa, this includes the integration of all ethnic groups into every part of society. Public ...