Spin the Web: The Oakville Internet Show

Glidden, Darcy
June 2001
Feliciter;2001, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p123
Highlights the 'Spin the Web: The Oakville Internet Show,' sponsored by the Oakville Public Library in Ontario. Development of the show; Objective of the Internet show; Components resulting to the success of the show.


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