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June 14, 1995 (vol. 105, iss. 7) • Page Image 16

… globe, except for Apple head- quarters. PC users, too, can find IBM and Dell comput- ers at many of the University's campus comput- ing sites. The two biggest are NUBS and Angell Hall. This fall, students…

… Engineering senior Maya Agarwal to a quiet spot away. Ubranes mplement new technology By James Nash Daily Staff Reporter The University library system plans to launch several computer-based initiatives this…

… fall as the li- braries try to keep pace with the information revo- lution on campus. Under the moniker of the Digital Library Pro- gram, the libraries plan to convert more resources to a computer

… behind the glossy new computer monitors. MIRLYN, the University's digital card cata- log, has grown to cover nearly 11 million biblio- graphic records - 99 percent of the library system's collections…

… who are trained to show students how to use computer resources. Barbara MacAdam, head of the Shapiro Library, envisions the librarian as a "navigator," helping us- ers locate and process information…

… within and be- yond the University. Outside of the library system, the University is literally teeming with technology. More Macintosh computers are on the University campus than any other location on the…

… via modem or on any campus computing site - are an entrance ramp to the Internet, providing users with access to on-line conferencing, global newsgroups, file trans- fer protocol, a basic World Wide Web…

… Michigan," said Brian Stutland, an LSA junior. A uniquname and password will be required to use a campus computer. Both can be acquired at the Angell Hall computing site. 7. Some type of shoes for the shower…

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