|Hurricane Katrina Information Resources
Katrina Information Resources
posted mid-day on August 31, 2005, two days after Hurricane Katrina hit on August
29; 45 updates until October 11, 2005 (up to seven updates in a single day).
Listed by Google amongst the top information resources for Hurricane Katrina,
immediately after FEMA, the National Hurricane Center and Weather.com. Demand
was so strong that the SLIS/LSU server crashed, and the data was transferred
to the main LSU server. Also incorporated information relating to Hurricane
Rita. Originally a 23KB file, 6 pages, with about 40 annotated links; grew to
a 158KB file, 49 pages.
McCarthy, Cavan. Printing in Onitsha: some personal observations
on the production of Onitsha Market Literature.
Originally published in: African Research and Documentation, London,
(35)22-25, Aug. 1984.
Images of Onitsha Market Literature.
materials scanned by Cavan McCarthy in 2009 to accompany the HTML version of
complete curriculum vitae
of teaching materials I have developed for use in my classes.
|Copyright and Digital Libraries; a presentation for the LOUIS Users Conference, Baton Rouge, Oct. 5-6, 2006
|Digital Inclusion project, Recife, Brazil, June - July
|Child-oriented Search Engines and Directories
Documentation produced to accompany my presentation at the 2005 Midwinter Conference of the Louisiana Association of School Librarians, Dutchtown High School, Geismar, LA; January 22, 2005:
formal portrait, taken by the LSU photographer
At the suggestion of the Frey Computing Services Center, Louisiana State University, the ProCite classnotes used in my LIS 7008 Information Technologies course have been made available to a wider audience: