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Research on the Web
Not Necessarily an Oxymoron

2001 Spring Workshop
Friday, March 30, 2001        9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
University of Central Oklahoma Chambers Library
Edmond, Oklahoma


On March 30, 2001 OK/ACRL held a spring workshop titled "Research on the Web: Not Necessarily an Oxymoron." Held at the University of Central Oklahoma, the workshop was attended by 26 librarians representing a variety of Oklahoma libraries. Morning presenters were Linda West (NSU) who detailed subject guides on the Internet and how to effectively use them, and Audrey DeFrank (SWOSU) who spoke of ENC Access Centers and Math and Science websites. The afternoon keynote speaker was Abbey Warner, (UCO) who presented a hands-on, informative and fun afternoon session on a number of issues related to web research.

Visit the links below for contact information and to view the presentations:


“Subject Guides: the Best Startingpoint on the Web.”
Linda West Northeastern State University
John Vaughan Library
Technical Services
Tahlequah, OK 74464
(918) 456-5511 x3280
“Science & Mathematics Resources”
Audrey DeFrank Southwestern Oklahoma State University
809 N Custer
Weatherford, OK 73096
(580) 774-3030
“Research on the Web: Not Necessarily an Oxymoron.”
Abbey Warner University of Central Oklahoma
Chambers Library
Edmond, OK
(405) 974-2887


Last Update: 30 November 2001
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