List of all accepted papers (sorted by name)

New Technologies and Tools for Electronic Information Resources and Services
Session coordinator: Jiří Kadleček,  Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 23. 5. 2006, 14:00 - 17:00, New Auditorium

Efficient Application and Information Management in Education

Author: Christian Günther,  H+H Software GmbH, Germany


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A University is a place where numerous types of applications have to be made available for users: standard windows based applications, CDs/DVDs, URLs, eJournals, online databases, simple Windows documents etc. What, if all this could be managed through one simple, unified management software? By non-IT professionals? Providing functions which up to now needed several expensive software products from various vendors such as Citrix? The presentation shows how renonwed universities all over the globe have integrated "NetMan" into their network environment and have reduced their costs when making all types of applications available to their users.

About the author

Christian Günther studied Electronic Engineering and got his degree in 1987. Following 8 years of product development in the world´s second largest media company Bertelsmann he became freelancing Media Consultant. In 1998 he joined H+H Software GmbH and is now Head of International Sales for H+H Software products.

Other papers in this session:

RefWorks - Helping Raise Information Literacy Competency Standards in Higher Education Through New Based Tools

Author: Nick Barber, RefWorks, United Kingdom

Fulltext Information Extraction

Author: Jan Žbirka, Tovek Partner, Czech Republic

Catalogue Enrichment for OPACs from Bowker

Author: Kai-Henning Gerlach, Bowker Berlin Office, Germany

Posters presentation

Author:  různí autoři / various authors, 

CSA Continues Growth

Author: Alan Golden, CSA, United Kingdom

New Technologies in Ex Libris Library Systems and Introduction of Verde - System for e-resources Management

Author: Jiří Pavlík, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

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