Report to the 1997 Hawai'i State Legislature RE: S.R. No. 132 Requesting the Coordination of Efforts to Make University of Hawai'i Library Collections Available on a Systemwide and Statewide Basis through Modern Distributed Digital Storage Systems and Telecommunications Technologies

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1997-02
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University of Hawaii at Manoa. Library
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S.R. 132 asks the University of Hawai'i to do this report and this fulfills the obligation. [...] The University's Strategic Plan provides the basis for advancing the use of information technologies and libraries to broaden access to educational opportunities and knowledge resources through local as well as worldwide networks. It articulates the development of the necessary support in a number of areas, including: technical infrastructure, equipment replacement. facilities, curriculum revision and services. The proposed library plan outlined below is developed in relation to the University's plan and priorities. Over the long term, it assumes that households in Hawai'i will have access to telecommunications networks with the capacity and speed to distribute digital information in various formats, that funding will occur for digitization of the Hawai'i Interactive Television System (HITS), and that the University's Internet link to the mainland will be upgraded well beyond its present T2 level.
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