|Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Author/Speaker/Consultant
Internet Happenings, Events and Sources
Monday, October 27, 2003 eLib
eLab was chartered with a unique mission: to perform high impact, cutting edge research that explores critical business, economic and organizational issues, while simultaneously addressing important social policy dilemmas facing both start-up and established businesses seeking success in the digital domain.
The research philosophy shared by the eLab faculty centers around the three key propositions: the Web is unique, the Web is the "real world, and progress requires theory and practice.
eLib is a large-scale interactive electronic research exchange project intended to promote the dissemination and sharing of the social, behavioral, managerial and policy aspects of research on the Internet and emerging computer-mediated environments.
The database, which contains 39 documents and has 49 registered users, allows scholars worldwide to immediately access important and timely research regarding the Internet. For a working electronic library, it is unprecedented in ease of use. eLib also gives academic users complete control over the papers they have submitted to eLib. posted by Marcus Zillman | 10:07 AM