2 edition of Economic potential of the information highway. found in the catalog.
Economic potential of the information highway.
Written in English
Markle works to realize the potential of information technology to address previously intractable public problems for the economic security, health, and national security of all Americans. ADVERTISEMENTS: Highway economic analysis, also known as highway project appraisal, involves quantification of the costs of and benefits from a scheme over a selected time horizon and evaluation by a common yardstick. The technique is also known as benefit-cost analysis. Such economic evaluation serves a number of purposes: (i) To rank different schemes within the [ ].
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Development of the Information Highway: An Overview 49 by Amy Bruckman et al., interviewed by Herb Brody Seven experts discuss their visions of the future development of the information highway, examining such issues as access to and possible applications of the information highway and the roles of business, government, and individuals.
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Each chapter in this book describes a search to discover what these.The information superhighway or infobahn was a popular term used through the s to refer to digital communication systems and the Internet telecommunications is associated with United States Senator and later Vice-President Al Gore.The essential mission of a publicly funded library is to provide free, equal, and equitable access to information in all its forms.
While the roles, goals, and objectives of publicly supported libraries may differ, they all share this common mission. Just as economic issues may challenge the library’s ability to meet its mission, economic barriers may also threaten user access.