Scout Report Citation of the Culturelink Website
- The Global Reproductive Health Forum @ Harvard
- Administration and Cost of Elections Project
- Population Reference Bureau and PopNet
- The Bibliography of Urban Design
- Archive for Sexology at the Robert Koch-Institut
- Evolution - An Electronic Mailing List
Dubbed "the Network of Networks for Research and Cooperation in Cultural Development," Culturelink interconnects more than 1,000 networks and member organizations from 97 countries worldwide. Established by UNESCO and the Council of Europe, Culturelink facilitates the dissemination of intercultural information, as well as aiding international collaboration on research projects promoting cultural development, management, and education. The Culturelink Website provides access to online databases (the Cultural Policy Database and the Cultural Development Database); posts reports and reviews of research projects; offers the full text of Culturelink, a quarterly publication of Culturelink; and maintains a calendar of related events and activities.
The Scout Report for Social Sciences
Volume 2, Number 5, November 17, 1998
The Internet Scout Project
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The Scout Report for Social Sciences
The target audience of the Scout Report for Social Sciences is faculty, students, staff, and librarians in the social sciences. Each biweekly issue offers a selective collection of Internet resources covering topics in the field that have been chosen by librarians and content specialists in the given area of study. The Report is divided into two parts, site annotation, and current awareness, although there may be some overlap between the two.
Site annotations are organized in thematic areas of research, learning resources, and professional and general interest. Selected current awareness resources are provided in the areas of publication resources (books, journals, technical reports, and other reports), conference and meeting announcements and calls for papers, grant announcements, and updated data sets, among others. (...)
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